Lotton Gallery is located on historic Michigan Avenue in the 900 (Bloomingdale's) Building in Chicago. Featuring the handblown glass made by an American family of artists. Charles Lotton is the patriarch, self-taught in the art of glassblowing starting in 1970. Charles is now regarded as, "The Tiffany of the Twenty-First Century." Sons David and Daniel learned alongside their father and each is now an artist of distinction. The third generation, grandsons Timothy, Joshua and Robert are adding to the Lotton legacy. 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.
We also offer original paintings from world renowned artists. Some of the finest living masters include: Yana Movchan, Frank Gonzales, Mary Alayne Thomas, Gyula Siska, Jean LeFort, Vakhtang, Marina Marina, Aydemir Saidov, Tang Wei Min, Dmitri Danish, Gelena Pavlenko and Francesca and Gianni Strino.
We are open 362 days a year and look forward to sharing this beautiful artwork on your visit to our gallery.