Dan Dailey

Born in 1947 - United States


Dan Dailey's career in glass has spanned more than 40 years. Emerging from the Studio Glass movement initiated by Harvey Littleton, Dailey's work has branched out from the mainstream by the incorporation of metal into many of the sculptures.

Additionally, he has worked with several glass companies, in particular as an independent artist/ designer for Crisallerie Daum, France for more than twenty years. He has taught at many glass programs and is a professor at the Massachusetts College of Art where he founded the glass program. Since 1971, Dan Dailey's work has been featured in more than 90 exhibitions and included in over 300 juried or invitational group shows.

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art
de Young Museum, San Francisco
Town of Vail
Connecticut Appellate Court, Hartford
Johnson-Horsfall Laboratory, New Haven
District of Columbia
Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC Link to items in Renwick Gallery collection
Boca Raton Museum of Art
Lowe Art Museum University of Miami, FL
High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Illinois State University Galleries, Normal
Indianapolis Museum of Art
Speed Art Museum, Louisville
Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Northern Essex County Courthouse, Newburyport
Detroit Institute of Arts
Mayo Clinic, Rocheseter
New Hampshire
Currier Museum of Art, Manchester
New Jersey
Morris Museum, Morristown
Museum of American Glass, Millville
New York
92nd Street Y, New York City
Corning Museum of Glass
Greatest Bar on Earth, Windows on the World Corp, One World Trade Center Towers, New York City (destroyed on September 11, 2001)
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca
JPMorgan Chase Collection, New York City
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Museum of Arts & Design, New York City
Rockefeller Center Corp., New York City
Visions, New York City
North Carolina
Mint Museum, Charlotte
Cincinnati Art Museum
Dayton Art Institute
Toledo Museum of Art
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Rhode Island
Providence Performing Arts Center
Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Pilchuck Glass Collection at City Centre and US Bank Centre, Seattle
West Virginia
Huntington Museum of Art
Milwaukee Art Museum
Racine Art Museum

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Quebec
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario

Les Archives de la Cristallerie Daum, Nancy and Paris
Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Louvre, Paris

Museum August Kestner, Hannover

National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
Toyama Institute of Glass, Toyama City
Yokohama Museum

Museum of Contemporary Design and Applied Arts, Lausanne Gallery

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