Since 2017, Glass Sutra Studio has emerged as a beacon of innovation in the realm of glass art, addressing the gaps in professional development and modernization within the industry. Founded by the visionary Reshmi Dey, an industry veteran with over 15 years of international experience, Glass Sutra stands as India's first comprehensive public-access glass art studio trying to not only revive the ancient artform but also make it more accessible.
Situated in a 5,000 sq.ft. studio in New Delhi, Glass Sutra boasts state-of-the-art equipment from Europe and the United States. The studio offers a 360° approach to glassmaking, adhering to international standards while celebrating Indian workmanship. The pieces crafted within its creative space possess a global appeal, blending artistic excellence with functional design.
Glass Sutra's portfolio showcases a diverse range of collections that reflect Reshmi's creative imagination. Grappei Jewellery explores the hidden parallels between glass and womanhood, emphasizing tenderness, strength and transformation. Ashtori pays homage to the cultural richness of the 8 sister states of North-East India, while Pabloligero transforms Pablo Picasso's artwork into anthropomorphic lighting figures. The studio has also created multiple elaborate installations over the years, including 'Bubble', a textured glass light installation for Mala Akbari and 'Bodhi Tree' at the India Art Fair this year.
Glass Sutra's studio, a reflection of the founder's passion and glassworking journey, serves as a hub for avant-garde ideas, creativity, and design exploration. It uniquely offers hands-on glassmaking experiences to people from all walks of life in India, providing a platform for local artisans to showcase their skills globally. With decades of experience, extensive glassmaking knowledge, and a dedication to excellence, Glass Sutra aims to transcend into a new design narrative, offering clients an immersive experience. Committed to promoting, educating, and appreciating the glass art form Reshmi Dey's vision is to establish glass as a preferred medium of expression.