Matt, Chip and Todd Turner of Appalachian Glass in Weston, West Virginia are three generations keeping the glass tradition alive.
The studio currently produces high quality mouth-blown, hand-crafted glass.
Appalachian Glass unique hand-blown glass balls are wonderful gifts to enjoy in anyone's home.
Boise Art Glass is driven by passion. Our goal is to share our love for glass art with our community and to create positive, memorable experiences.
Established in 2004, Boise Art Glass is independently owned by a professional artist. We display a variety of handmade items ranging from sculptures, chandeliers, jewelry and more.
Explore the innovative creations of Boise Art Glass in our shop in Historic Downtown Bryan, Texas.
Boyce Art Glass is located in West Union, West Virginia. Kevin Boyce began working at a glass factory after graduating from high school in 1977.
His dream of starting his own business became a reality in 1999. Gift givers love choosing their unique art glass.
He and his wife Edna continue his dreams of creating beautiful glass art to adorn your home.
Ebba Krarup of Glass Fire was born in Denmark and now lives in the Pacific Northwest near Bellingham, Washington.
She creates beautiful fused functional art and jewelry. Every piece is unique and handmade.
Her work is found in galleries throughout the United States and Scandinavia.
Glass Fire creates upscale art glass creations perfect for the discerning gift giver looking for an original artistic gift.
Hayden Dakota Wilson grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in sculpture from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
As a second-generation glassmaker, Hayden has assisted at the Penland School of Craft and at the Pilchuck Glass School.
Virgil Art Glass line of glass is now made in his studio, as well as his own unique work.
Hayden Dakota Wilson's hand-blown glass friendship balls are a wonderful gift to enjoy every day.
Cindy Pacileo has made her popular Little Guys sculptures for 45 years in her studio in North Carolina. Each unique stoneware sculpture is hand formed, fired, and glazed with love.
Cindy Pacileo's "Little Guys" are a perfect and thoughtful birthday gift or roommate gift just right for saying, "I love you!"
Rick Hunter of Rick Hunter Art Glass has a master’s degree in ceramics and glass from Cal State Fullerton. His hand-blown glass designs are handmade including the equipment he uses to create each piece.
Hunter Art Glass has been showcased in many exhibits including San Diego, Las Vegas, Hawaii, Tempe, and Philadelphia. His studio is currently located in upland California at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Rick Hunter's art glass works are perfect for gifts intended to become family treasures.
Ron Hinkle is an accomplished master glass artist from Buckhannon, West Virginia. Ron began his passion for glass at the age of 12.
Ron began working at Louie Glass in Weston, WV after high school and remained there as a glassblower for 40 years.
He opened his own art glass studio and has partnered with Fenton Glass and most recently served as VP of operations at Blenko Glass.
Now retired, he makes glass in his home art studio in Buckhannon five days a week.
Ron Hinkle Glass is a wonderful choice when seeking a gift of distinction.
Mad Art Studio was started on the back patio of a home shared by Michael and Rina Fehrensen and has since grown into a 2,000-foot studio complex with a fully equipped hot shop for glass and a ceramics workshop.
Both Michael and Rina are California natives, who feel that San Diego offers an ideal location to explore new ideas.
Mad Art Studio creations are always popular as wedding gifts and housewarming gifts and are among the first choice for art glass collectors.
PotTerre beginnings; starting as a hobbyist in 1994, I turned a pastime into a wholesale business in 2009. I have honed my skills by experimenting with different methods of clay fabrication and firing.
Each of my pieces is intended to be a unique work of art, not a mass-produced duplicate of what someone else might offer.
Raku's unpredictability appeals to me. I love the colors, metallic qualities, and textures.
PotTerre pottery creations fit right into your Texas lifestyle.
Verre Visage is the partnership of Christine and Jim Freeburn. They created together in their Elmhurst Illinois Studio since 1994. Their work is found mostly in the Midwest, New York, and Florida.
Jim passed away in 2017, and Christine continues to operate the studio and create their signature art glass items.
Fused glass art pieces are designed and created to last a lifetime. Each piece is individually hand-cut and assembled using the finest modern materials and old-world techniques.
We are pleased to present her work in the Brazos Glassworks and Gallery in Historic Downtown Bryan, Texas.
WGK Glass was started by owner Thomas von Koch in Germany in 1982. Thomas who was 25 at the time knew very little about running a business. He started everything from scratch as a passionate lampworker who wanted to create pieces that reflected how he felt.
Thomas began to reflect back and decided to use nature to revamp his creative style. He soon met like-minded individuals John Zinner, Sandra Jahn and Anja Stötzer.
These three started their research and began creating for the world. In 2007 they moved to Eastern Pennsylvania, where they currently reside, and create art glass.
Come discover his classic designs in art glass in Downtown Historic Bryan, Texas.