An artist and a world traveler, Dan Alexander began his glass career in Ohio at Kent State University. He graduated with a BA in Fine Arts and was quickly hired as a team leader by New York's Corning Museum of Glass.
From there, Dan traveled the world, meeting and working with international glass artists in Italy where Dan worked in Davide Salvadore's private Murano Studio in Venice.
Opportunities in the United States brought Dan back home. He is currently Studio Manager at Duncan McClellan Glass Studio in downtown St. Petersburg and he shows his work at Brenda McMahon Gallery in Gulfport, FL.