Joseph Cavalieri


Joseph has taught in over 40 locations in the US, South America and Europe, including workshops at Pilchuck (Seattle), National College of Art and Design (Dublin), and The Corning Museum of Glass. Joseph’s work can be seen in the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design, the Italian American Museum, the Leslie-Lohman Museum, the Stax Museum. Private and public art commissions include a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, New York, and at Our Lady of Sorrow Church on the island of Itaparica, in Brazil. Joseph has been invited to 17 art residencies in the US, South America, Europe, Australia, Finland and India, including the Open Studio Program at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. Joseph lives in New York City. His focus is on education, and making one of a kind glass art, using methods created by Medieval stained glass artists. These techniques use enamel paints which are kiln fired (1300 degrees) onto stained glass.

Chris Kendig Photography Joseph Cavalieri Goggle Works 2018 Cavalieri Joseph Robotand Tree Plates5 2018