Which Artist Shares Your Birthday?
Donald Friedlich’s interest in art was stimulated by an encounter with an attractive jewelry designer on the ski slopes of Vermont. After this chance meeting, Friedlich decided to study jewelry at the University of Vermont and later at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Richard Ritter has work in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, the Cabinet of West Germany, the J.B. Speed Museum in Louisville, Kentucky and the Detroit Institute of the Arts. He has been involved with the contemporary glass movement since 1969.
Herman Luce lived in Oden, Michigan, where he carved duck and fish decoys and made his own boats (Kimball, The Fish Decoy, vol. II, 1986).