Dante Marioni (b. 1964), born in Mill Valley, California, is an American glass artist known for his signature monumental forms and two-color style. He studied glassblowing at Pilchuck School and Penland School of Crafts. By the 1980s, began exhibiting in major glass galleries and group exhibitions at museums such as the Bellevue Art Museum in Washington and the American Craft Museum in New York. His amphoras, vases, and ewers are derived from Greek and Etruscan prototypes, that are sometimes imaginatively reinterpreted. His pieces are characterized by elongated, sinuous shapes made with bright and saturated contrasting colors.
After two decades of experimentation, he now creates a diverse range of tall, iconic forms with surface treatments such as murine and reticello.