Trish Duggan is an American artist who creates, designs and collaborates through multiple mediums to express her ideas. Her work is a passionate exploration of spirituality in both the physical and mental state. Through her work and collaborations, she explores faith and religion, the beauty of nature, future of physics, historical artifacts and the unknown universe.

Ms. Duggan has designed installations with legendary sand-cast glass artist Bertil Vallien, Czech glass casting artist Petr Hora, Influential metalsmith sculputor Albert Paley, mixed media artist Tim Tate and hyperrealist artist Gottfried Helnwein.

Ms. Duggan has worked with some of the world’s most internationally celebrated artists. Collaborating and designing installations with blown glass Maestro Lino Tagliapietra, Seattle artist Martin Blank, as well as Rik Allen and Czech glass sculptor Martin Janecky.

In 2017, Ms. Duggan opened TD (Trish Design) glass in the artists district of St. Petersburg, Florida. This studio is an outlet for the artist where she can explore various processes for modern woodblock prints, fusing, carving, casting and slumping glass. The studio is equipped with a state-of-the-art coldworking facility, woodshop, print studio and glass casting departments.

Her glass casting method links traditional and modern woodblock printing techniques while challenging new ways of thinking about materials.

Ms. Duggan’s work and collaborations have been exhibited at the Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, Habatat Galleries, Detroit Michigan and is represented by Hampson Galleries.

You can review some of Ms. Duggan’s work here. For inquiries related to purchasing or showcasing art in upcoming exhibitions contact

Collaboration with Swedish Glass  Art Master Bertil Vallien



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