Lotton Gallery is located on historic Michigan Avenue in the 900 (Bloomingdale’s) Building, Chicago. We feature the handblown glass by an
American family of artists. Charles Lotton is the patriarch,
self-taught in the art of glassblowing in 1970. He is now regarded as,
“The Tiffany of the Twenty-First Century.” His sons David, Daniel and
John learned alongside their father. Each is now an artist of
distinction. Grandson Jeremiah began his career in 2000. Jeremiah’s
brother, Joshua, has since joined the mix, as well as Daniel’s son
Timothy, adding to the third generation.
Additions to our glass artist stable are Rick Satava, Will Dexter,
George Bucquet, Marty Hook, Geoffrey Beetem, Adam Kaser, Markow &
Norris, Mayauel Ward, Donald Carlson and Michael Hopko.
Pashk Pervathi was born in the village of Manati in Albania. His passion for painting began in childhood. After graduating at the Art Academy in Tirana, he was an art teacher and painted landscapes.
In 1983, he opened his first solo exhibition. He has attended several national and international events and was named the director of the Lezha Art Gallery and member of the National Council for Radio and Television. His paintings have been collected in Europe, Asia and the U.S. His original landscape, “Autumn in Manati" is now on display at the Museum of Art and History in Spain. Lotton Gallery is honored to have such a immensely talented artist in our gallery.
Tim Lotton has a new glass exhibition opening today at Lotton Gallery in Chicago. Tim’s glass art, which continues the family legacy, will be on display through March 15. Read about Tim in our March issue on newsstands now, or at www.americanartcollector.com.