Portrait © Donna Granata 2002
Robert C. Eyberg received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska in 1972. He has exhibited paintings in New York City until moving west to Ventura, CA. He studied glass blowing at the Pilchuck School in Seattle with Dan Daily and Dale Chilhuly (America’s first National Living Treasure) in 1982. Robert taught glass blowing at Santa Barbara City College until the program closed in 1993. He taught stained glass and etching for Ventura and Oxnard Community Colleges for ten years.
Eyberg maintained a professional art studio in Ventura, accepting commissions for stained and etched glass, cast and fused glass sculpture and paintings. Additionally, he constructed stone, steel, and glass fountains for Southern California patrons. In 2016, Eyberg and his wife moved to Florida.
Robert Eyberg’s documentation took place in 2001. The FOTM Archive contains extensive information about this artist.