What's New

  • Teaming up with the ASGS

    We're working with the American Scientific Glassblower Society in an effort to get instructional videos from their symposiums out to a broader audience.

    Take a look if you're interested!
  • Dellene Peralta Head Sculpture Webinar Recording Available

    We had a great time with Dellene Peralta during our last webinar! A recording is now available to watch, so now you can learn head sculpting, how to make eye murrine, and apply facial features from the comfort of your own home!

    Watch the Recording
  • Pipemaking Classes!
    Is 2015 the year that you learn how to make glass pipes? If you're in the Denver area, check out our Pipemaking 101 and 201 classes! No previous glass experience is necessary!
    Pipemaking Classes
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Glasscraft - Helping You Tame Fire Since 1970

The pure possibility of creation when glass is in a molten state - it inspired glass blowers in 50 BC to tame fire, and spawned entire cultures of torchwork throughout the centuries. The harmony of flame and glass still unites us as lampworkers, artists, and craftspeople, and it's why Glasscraft is in business and continues to thrive today.

Expanding the Boundaries of Glasswork

Founded in 1970 by Homer Hoyt, one of America's flameworking pioneers, Glasscraft is a leading distributor of the finest selection of glassworking supplies, tools, and equipment. Now partnered with Winship Designs, the grassroots company that helped fuel the West Coast's borosilicate renaissance since 1985, we continue to honor the traditions of glassblowing while helping shape the future of the craft and the great artists that expand its boundaries year after year.

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Recent Blog Posts

Take Great Photos of Your Work: Tips for Glass Artists from Robert Mickelsen.

Thu, Oct 08 2015 4:04 pm Kelli Matthews Comments

You spend hours over the flame creating a single piece of art. The creativity takes focus, craftsmanship and skillful attention to detail. And when it’s finally complete and you’re
ready to show it off... you take a quick picture with your phone on a cluttered bench in terrible light?

Learn how to photograph glass

Rocky Mountain Flameworkers' Beads of Courage Challenge

Wed, Sep 30 2015 6:07 pm Jennifer Langill Comments
On Saturday, September 26th,2015 the Rocky Mountain Flameworkers gathered at Glasscraft’s studio in Golden for the Beads of Courage Bead Challenge.  The studio was full of flameworkers making beads to donate to the Beads of Courage organization.
Read more about this event

View ASGS Videos On Our Site

Tue, Sep 22 2015 3:10 pm Jennifer Langill Comments

The American Scientific Glassblowers Society (ASGS) has been teaching and sharing information on scientific glassblowing since 1952. Last year, the ASGS partnered with Glasscraft to bring the educational videos created by members of the ASGS to the glass community. 

Find out more about this partnership!

ASGS Fall Meeting 2015

Wed, Sep 16 2015 3:26 pm Jennifer Langill Comments

On September 12, 2015 members of the Rocky Mountain section of the American Scientific Glassblower’s Society (ASGS) gathered at CPI International for their 3rd meeting of 2015. This meeting was sponsored by Glasscraft and was a lot of fun!

See some highlights of the event!
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