Robert Clark Palusky
American b. 1942
Robert Clark Palusky is a pioneer in the contemporary glass art movement.
A prolific artist, Palusky's career in glass spans four decades. His work is featured in museums around the world and celebrated in many world class private collections. Most prominent show to date includes Tête à Tête: Figures Humaines (Ten Masters in Glass) a show featuring Palusky along side Pablo Picasso, Salvidore Dali, and Jean Arp.
Self taught in glass, Palusky holds an MFA in ceramics from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin at Superior. Recently retired from 37 years as a professor of Art at Hamilton College, he is currently building a state-of-the art glass studio in Upstate NY where he plans to design a future series of work.