Dino Rosin (b. 1948) is an Italian glass artist who uses the ancient technique of calcedonia coloration in his sculptures. Born in Venice, Italy, he worked as an apprentice at Barovier and Toso glassworks and later joined his brothers at their factory, Artvet.He later began producing his owns designs and each sculpture has its own unique coloration. The color palette in his work ranges from bright yellow to deep purples, varying on the metals used and duration the glass is in the furnace. He has exhibited his work throughout the United States, including a one-man show at the Corning Museum in New York.