Carlos Zervigon was born and raised in New Orleans where he lives with his wife, Elizabeth, and their six children. He is a graduate of Tulane University’s prestigious glass program. Carlos was a cofounder of the New Orleans Creative Glass Institute (NOCGI) and serves as its President and CEO. His work has been shown is such cities as New York, New Orleans, Santa Fe, Seattle and Portland, OR.
He has received grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts and the Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation. In 2009, Carlos was a finalist for the prestigious Niche Awards for glass sculpture, chosen “Best in Glass” by Art Buzz Collection 2009, and was invited to perform a hot glass sculpting demonstration for the 2009 Glass Art Society conference at the Corning Museum of Glass.
Carlos has created commission work for both home and office locations including Butler Snow PLLC of Jackson, Mississippe and Memphis Tennessee, Shields Mott Lund LLP of New Orleans and the home of Julie Silvers in New Orleans. Visit his website: http://www.carloszervigon.com/tubulars.