Making glass art may be hundreds of years old, but this yearís Glass Art Society (GAS) Conference in San Jose puts ideas, innovation and technology front and center.
For many lampworkers, working with glass is solitary activity. But sometimes you have to turn off the torch and do some socializing. Networking with other glassblowers is a great way to socialize and strengthen your business.
Continuing this month with our profiles of Glasscraft employees who are also exceptional glass artists, we proudly announce Chris Schutz as Glasscraft Artist of the Week. Please read a little about Chris and check out these pictures of his work.
I'm naturally very curious. It doesn't take much of an excuse for me to try something new. Earlier this year, I began working with Glasscraft to support its marketing and social media efforts. It was as if a little window opened onto a whole new world of this spectacular art and sub-culture of artists creating it.
After a career as a scientist, Terry Henry answered her heart's call to turn to art full time and since March 2005, she hasnít looked back.
Last month, the Golden, Colorado Glasscraft location hosted the very talented Ryan Sullivan and his Greasy Glass for an evening of demos, try-and-buy and of course, food and drink.
When asked how he got his start in glass blowing, Luke Stone says he was hanging out with the right people at the right time...
Our March webinar host, Preston Hanna, has the mind of an engineer, the know-how of a machinist and the soul of a... woodland creature?
Musings on everything flameworking- Art, Industry, and Culture.