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One of Lino's favorite series, the Foemina have been in the Maestro's repertoire since the 1990's. These elegant and delicate works often feature vertical canes that gently swirl across the glass's surface. 

19 1/2" H 11" W x 7 1/2" D


This artwork is composed exclusively of Florencia murrina, created by layering and folding together different colors of flat ribbon cane. This series is named for the fleur-de-lis symbol that represents the city of Florence. This pattern allows Lino to play with translucency and shadows in the glass.

14 1/4" H x 14" W x 14 1/4" D

Avventurine Fenice

Avventurina is a glassblowing technique from the 17th century that combines metal shavings with molten glass. This is an extremely difficult process that requires patience and persistence. Lino further intensifies this method by adding additional colors, culminating in his particularly precious Avventurine vessels. 

8 1/2" H x 11 1/2" W x 3 1/2" D

Mini Dinosaur Installation

One of Lino's final installations blown before retiring, this three piece Miniature Dinosaur set pays homage to his career. Although the Maestro is known and recognized for his large scale, jaw dropping Dinosaur works, these works go back to the size in which these pieces were originally blown. 

23" H x 23" W x 8" D


This artwork is composed exclusively of Florence murrina, created by layering and folding together different colors of flat ribbon cane. There is a beautiful layer of red cane that surrounds this piece as well. The neck of this piece is solid red with heavy cold working. 

27 1/4" H x 9 1/2" W x 9 1/2" D


Blown in 1996 Cristallo features a beautiful variety of coldworking. It takes a lot of time as these pieces are covered with all different kinds of engraving. 

26 3/4" H x 7 1/2" W x 5 1/4" D


In 2017 Lino had the opportunity to visit China and Taiwan for an international exhibition of his works. This trip inspired the creation of these monochromatic pieces. Named for Taiwan’s capital, these works pay homage to traditional scroll painting in Asian art. 

16" H x 14 1/2" W x 5 1/4" D


Lino considers the drama of engraving in the Tholtico series. By layering opaque colors of glass and then adding engraving though the top layer, Lino creates playfully patterned pieces that reveal new colors beneath their surface. 

15 3/4" H x 8 1/2" W x 16" D


The Ombelico developed from a simple idea: to make a large round, colorful artwork. The large surface of these works allow for intricate patterns of cane and murrina to shine through in multiple layers. 

24 1/4" H x 16" W x 16" D


The Hopi series began in the early 1990s, and has consistently kept its shape throughout the last 3 decades. Lino comments that "I love the perfect balance of this piece standing on such a tiny base." The name pays homage to the Hopi tribe of Northern Arizona, and their traditional pottery work that Lino has studied and admired for years. 

12 1/2" H x 17" W x 17" D