Andy Stenerson's first experience with hot glass was as a student at the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1983. He was instantly in awe of the fluidity and physicality of the material, and has continued to blow glass for thirty years.
After graduating with a BFA in fine art, Andy moved to Oakland, and worked in the glass foundry of John Lewis. From there, he moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn where he had his own glass studio with Kim Petro from 1994-2002.
Andy has studied with masters Lino Tagliapietra and Pino Signoretto, and has taught at Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA and at Urban Glass in Brooklyn, NY.
Currently Andy lives and works in East Hampton, NY. He makes one of a kind sculptures, lighting elements, and vessels, and collaborates on projects with architects and designers.