Denver Location

Now open at our spectacular new location, 2770 East Second Ave (between Clayton and Detroit Streets) in Cherry Creek North. Free parking is available in our parking garage.


From Downtown Denver Take 17th Avenue east about 1 1/2 miles to York Street. Turn right (south) on York; proceed 15 blocks to 2nd Avenue. Turn left (east) at2nd, and go three blocks to Clayton Street. The gallery is in the middle of the block on the right-hand side.

From South of the City Take I-25 north to University Boulevard (exit 205B). Exit onto University Boulevard north (right) about 1 1/2 miles to 2nd Avenue. Tur n right (east) on 2nd; proceed 3 blocks to Clayton Street. The gallery is in the middle of the block on the right-hand side.

From North of the City Take I-25 south to University Boulevard (exit 205A). Exit onto University Boulevard north (left) about 1 1/2 miles to 2nd Avenue. Turn right (east) on 2nd; proceed 3 blocks to Clayton Street. The gallery is in the middle of the block on the right-hand side.

From Denver International Airport
Take Pena Boulevard out of the airport. Drive approximately 13 miles to where it merges into I-70 westbound. Continue on I-70 westbound for about 8 miles to Colorado Boulevard (exit 276B) Turn left (south) onto Colorado Boulevard. Proceed approximately 3 miles to 2nd Avenue. Turn right (west) on 2nd; proceed about 1 mile, the gallery is on the left-hand side between Detroit and Clayton Streets.

PISMO Fine Art Glass
Cherry Creek North
2770 East Second Avenue
Denver, CO 80206



303.333.2879
303.333.3523 (fax)
  info@pismoglass.com


Monday through Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Please contact the gallery for holiday hours.

 


Sandy Sardella - Owner/Director


Marcela Fuller

Marcela moved to Denver from her native Brazil at the age of ten. She received both her Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Art History from the University of Denver. Since working at PISMO, Marcela has taught several classes on glass art. By incorporating her knowledge of art history, she examines the participation and evolution of the medium within the fine arts. Through her work at PISMO, she seeks to bring a greater appreciation to this ancient art form. Marcela enjoys discussing different glass artists and the various techniques of the medium with collectors and admirers alike.

 

 

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Emmy Cardoza

Originally from Southern California, Emmy fell in love with the Colorado mountains in 2003 and hasn't looked back. She was part of the PISMO Gallery Beaver Creek team before joining the Denver gallery in 2010. Emmy is delighted to share her knowledge of glass art with both casual admirers and collectors. She is an avid snowboarder and enjoys snowshoeing, mountain biking, participating in 10K's and camping

 

 

 

Roxanne Heinecke

Roxanne is originally from the northeast, but has called Colorado home since 2009. She is a CU graduate and a glass artist herself, focusing primarily on lamp worked glass. The artists represented by Pismo keep Roxanne constantly inspired, and her own experience with glass gives her a deep understanding of the many ways glass can be worked with and how certain effects are achieved. A lifelong passion for aesthetics and design paired with a love for glass art allow Roxanne to assist collectors, help newcomers understand the medium, or to find the perfect piece for that niche in your home.

Meg Erickson

 

Wendy Silverman

Upon graduation from UCLA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Wendy Silverman began her career as a potter. She spent thirty-five years creating functional ceramics that emphasized the use of bold color and detailed graphics. In 2007, a new chapter began when she joined Pismo’s Denver staff, where she photographs glass art for the website and advertising and writes artist biographies. Photography has become a creative outlet in her spare time as well and Wendy enjoys creating large-scale, abstract, digital photographic images