For over 4 decades Lundberg Studios has produced some of the finest art glass that the world has ever seen. Lundberg Studios was founded by glass artist brothers Steven and James Lundberg in San Jose, California in 1970. Originally named Nouveau Glass, the two brothers changed the glass studio's name to Lundberg Studios in 1973 when it was moved to Davenport, California where it remains to this day. The art glass studio soon became well known for the exquisite beauty and unique designs of its iridescent art glass. Over the ensuing years Lundberg Studios produced many types of items including glass paperweights, vases, lamps and perfume/scent bottles.
Sadly the studio was struck with tragedy when James lost his life as the result of a bicycle accident in 1992. Steven Lundberg continued his work at Lundberg Studios until 1997 when he left to form his own personal studio in Santa Cruz, California - the Steven Lundberg Glass Art Studio. In 2002 he created Steven & Justin Lundberg Glass Art, a partnership with his son Justin, after receiving a diagnosis of Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS). The father-and-son team collaborated together until Steven's untimely passing in 2008. Justin since developed his own unique style and created beautiful art glass at the studio that he and his father co-founded until he passed away several year ago. Lundberg Studios continues to forward its original artistic vision under the guidance of James' wife Rebecca Lundberg, who is a very talented artist and glassblower in her own right. She proudly carries forward with the artistic ideals set forth by the Lundberg brothers when they founded their namesake studio. Lundberg Studios currently employs a number of talented artists including most notably, longtime artist Daniel Salazar, all of which contribute their own unique visions to the artistic works produced by Lundberg Studios.
To find very special items personally signed by Steven is a wonderful event that happens far too infrequently nowadays. This vase is outstanding. In his best impressionistic style, Steven has created a surreal underwater scene, with two angelfish swimming among the leaves, with exquisite anemones gracing the entire bottom. He had so artfully included well-placed bubbles. The lovely blue green ground is simply perfect.
I had personally bought dozens of Steven's pieces, many of Justin's as well, and a few very treasured pieces created by James. You are being offered my Lundberg collection for a fraction of what I had paid. This is one of the effects of the art market's prices due to the virus and economic woes.
Country of Origin: U. S. A.
Artist: STEVEN LUNDBERG (American 1953 - 2008)
Material: At Glass.
Size: Approximately 6 1/2 inches tall.
Signed/Numbered/Dated: On bottom. (See photos).
Condition: Excellent Vintage Condition. No losses; no fleabites or cracks. Please ignore the glare from the flash. This piece is complete and beautiful.
***Please note that the physical colors of this item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting and the background used.
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STEVEN LUNDBERG (American 1953 - 2008) Outstanding Impressionist Glass Art Vase - Underwater Scene With two Pink Angelfish -Personally Signed/Dated by Steven Personally
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