Failure as a method of finding.
David Schnuckel is an artist whose work thinks through glass, a writer who wanders through issues related to glass, and an educator who challenges students to seek provocative solutions to personal questions by way of glass.
Schnuckel holds a BA in Fine Arts from Anderson University and an MFA in Glass from Rochester Institute of Technology. His work exhibits internationally and belongs in the permanent collections of the GlazenHuis in Lommel, Belgium, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft of Ebeltoft, Denmark, and the Museum of American Glass in Millville, New Jersey. Schnuckel has taught at Alfred University, the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, the Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts and The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass. As a writer, he maintains a blog that examines elements of his glass making and teaching practice entitled David Schnuckel Uses His Words and is a regular contributor to GASnews, the newsletter of the Glass Art Society.
Currently, David Schnuckel is Assistant Professor of Glass at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.