PAUL ARNHOLD


Born and raised in New York City, Paul Arnhold's passion for glassblowing began at a young age when he discovered the art form while attending summer camp in New Milford, Connecticut. He has been refining his skills in the studio ever since.

Paul is drawn to the pace and technique of the art form. Working with materials over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, he thrives off of not having time to analyze, edit, or second-guess during the process of creating his one-of-a-kind objects.

Currently, Paul makes his pieces in a pre-Civil War warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. He views his work as a conversation between colors and allows his pieces to take shape organically. No two pieces are identical.

PAUL ARNHOLD

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Born and raised in New York City, Paul Arnhold's passion for glassblowing began at a young age when he discovered the art form while attending summer camp in New Milford, Connecticut. He has been refining his skills in the studio ever since.
Paul is drawn to the pace and technique of the art form. Working with materials over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, he thrives off of not having time to analyze, edit, or second-guess during the process of creating his one-of-a-kind objects.
Currently, Paul makes his pieces in a pre-Civil War warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. He views his work as a conversation between colors and allows his pieces to take shape organically. No two pieces are identical.

PAUL ARNHOLD

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Born and raised in New York City, Paul Arnhold's passion for glassblowing began at a young age when he discovered the art form while attending summer camp in New Milford, Connecticut. He has been refining his skills in the studio ever since.
Paul is drawn to the pace and technique of the art form. Working with materials over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit, he thrives off of not having time to analyze, edit, or second-guess during the process of creating his one-of-a-kind objects.
Currently, Paul makes his pieces in a pre-Civil War warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. He views his work as a conversation between colors and allows his pieces to take shape organically. No two pieces are identical.

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