Constance Shattuck Kolman is a decorative glass artisan who creates her distinctive, one-of-a-kind glass in her Sudbury studio. Using various papers from the world over, along with resins, foils, and paints, she transforms one of the oldest known mediums into an art form not soon forgotten.
Her provocative and elegant work is commissioned by private collectors and galleries alike. In addition to her limited edition artwork, architects and designers rely on Connie to transform environments through her large wall panels. Her architectural work is used in corporate, hospitality, and high-end residential settings throughout the United States. Representative clients include: Benihana, Inc., Duffy Design Group, Marriott Corporation, Massachusetts General Hospital, Stibler Associates, and Wequassett Resort and Golf Club.
Connie holds a Certificate in Decorative Arts from The Boston Architectural College and is a graduate of Lesley University.
Prior to becoming a designer and artist, Connie spent the first 25 years of her career as a human resources executive, most recently as the senior vice president of New Boston Fund, Inc., a real estate investment firm. She has worked for firms throughout the Boston area including Bain & Company, Anderson Consulting, and several technology start-ups.
She and her husband, Ken, live in the Boston area. Her work is available for sale at her Sudbury studio as well as galleries in greater Boston.