Dino Rosin was born in Venice on May 30, 1948. After leaving school at the age of 12, he immediately began working as an apprentice at the “Barovier & Toso” glassworks where he worked until 1963, when he joined his brothers Loredano and Mirco in the “Art-vet” initiative.
In 1975 he moved to Loredano’s studio as his assistant and remained his right arm for twenty years and Master on his own in “cold” processing. In 1988 he was invited to the Pilchuck Glass School, in the state of Washington, (U.S.A.), to teach together with Loredano and Williarn Morris (American glass artist) how to work with solid glass.
His ability to use chalcedony makes his pieces recognizable and unique for collectors. His works are exhibited in many galleries in the United States. His first appearance in 1993 in America was a great success.