Keeping the Fires
Burning Since 1970
Kaleb Folck Webinar 2/14
Join Kaleb Folck for the third part of our Plazmakollab Webinar Series happening 2/14! Kaleb shows how to create small detailed figure sculptures, in this case a cross-legged Goblin! Get 14% off with coupon code VALENTINES if you sign up before 2/14! Read more about Kaleb on our blog, and sign up today!Sign Up Now!
Nathan Belmont Webinar Recording Available Now!
Miss out on Part 2 of the Plazmakollab series? Watch the recording now and learn some Detailed Small Form & Bas-Relief sculpting techniques!Watch it now!
Select Color Tubing and Chinese Color Rod On Sale Now!
Select Trautman Tubing 45% Off! Chinese Color Rod 50% Off!View the Selection
Trautman Odds, 2nds, and Experimentals In Stock
We recently received a stock of rare Trautman Odds, 2nds, and Experimentals. We don't know when we'll be receiving more, so get it while supplies last!Check Out the Selection
Thu, Jan 24 2019 5:39 pm
Blog: Kaleb Folck Sculpture Plazmakollab Webinar 2/14/19
Learn about Kaleb Folck, the star of the next webinar in the Plazmakollab series, happening 2/14/19Read More
Tue, Aug 28 2018 6:32 pm
Hamm Vitrifex Outside The BenchRead More
Mon, Aug 20 2018 4:44 pm
Blog: Deb Crowley's Glass Stock 2018
"Share Like There Is No Tomorrow" - Deb CrowleyRead More
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Plazmakollab: Weapon of Mass Peace - Six Webinar Series
We have been working with Blazing Heart Productions and five artists in Eugene, OR to produce a series of webinars using their combined skills to create a Weapon of Mass Peace - a functional piece of out of this world art. Learn techniques from Arron Siverson, Dellene Peralta, Kaleb Folck, Nathan Belmont, and Kimmo, and see how their abilities culminate to create something out of this world.
Sign up for each webinar separately as they come out, or sign up now for all six at over half the price!Sign Up Now!
Plazmakollab Part II - Detailed Small Form & Bas Relief Sculpting & Using Borosticks
Learn techniques for fine detailed small form sculpting and how to get Bas-relief style results live with Nathan Belmont, and ask whatever questions you might have along the way. Nathan will also show how to effectively use Origin Borosticks. Also, discuss insights & thoughts on the contemporary glass scene and collaboration process, reasons and purpose behind creative works, thoughts on the local glassblower community and his experience coming from native Hawaii to living and working stateside in Eugene, Oregon.Sign Up Now
Glass Blowing Supplies to Fuel Your Fire
All your glass blowing supplies are here. Whether you require borosilicate glass tubing, glass blowing tools, soft glass, glass blowing torches, kilns, beadmaking or off-hand supplies, the experienced and helpful Glasscraft team is here to help you get the equipment and information you need at a good price. We invite you to explore our digital store and pursue your passion for taming fire.
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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