Keller Art Glass is a decorative art glass studio, creating one-of-a-kind works of art in glass, metals, and other materials, since 1973. Our work incorporates both residential, commercial, and liturgical projects.
Located in the historic Little Italy district of Cleveland’s artistic gallery and studio area, Jerry Keller and associates enjoy the process of artistic creation. Working with different materials for the purpose of specific installations, we collaborate with designers, architects and end users. We have created glass works with styles that include stained, etched, photographically carved, cast , beveled, and slumped glass.
Our gallery display showcases many styles of work commissionable through our studio, and incorporates the works of friends Lynn LaBarr and John Cowden from the Corning Museum of Glass, and David Smith and Steven Hirt, independent glassblowers from Seattle, along with several other glass workers from the US, and abroad.
The works from Keller Art Glass have won acclaim in the 42 years of its existence. We have been awarded the Craftsmanship Award from the Cleveland Builder’s Exchange, and have been the recipient of many commissions from both corporate, public, and private sources. Notable pieces include a map of the world for MSNBC at Rockefeller Center, etched glass lighting for the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. , and the Atlanta State House, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the Quicken Loans Arena, and Corporate gifts for the opening of the Cavaliers basketball arena in Cleveland. Also, engraved plates for the 50 best All-Stars of the NBA, along with Promotional images and President’s Awards for Fortune 500 companies like Eaton Corp., Applied Industrial Technologies, and the beacon of Cleveland’s skyline, the Tower City Center.