Filip’s functional kitchen ware and tumblers are blown from Pyrex, so they’re dishwasher safe. His vortex wine stoppers are blown in vibrant colors spiraling to create this optical illusion of depth.
Olive Oil Dispenser
Tumblers/Stemless Wine Glass
Vortex Wine Stopper
Mark’s unique process involves firing glass over a bed of sand, resulting in a beautiful organic textured look. He then applies a copper enamel and fires the piece a second time. At 2,000 degrees the copper evolves into a striking ruby red color which shimmers in the light.
CandleHolders - Trio
For a Perfect Complement—Barrick Candles are shown.
Minh works in blown glass, seeking both beauty and functionality. He believes that art/craft is the antidote to the ‘throw-away’ culture and that the objects we surround ourselves with should engage our affection and elevate our collective identity. By making precious and durable objects, we enrich ourselves and ensuing generations.
Approximate Height: 8”-10”
Wine glasses, Martini glasses, and Champagne flutes
Mark has been blowing glass for nearly forty years and describes the process as a dance—the artist moves with respect and knowledge of the partner. Each has an important contribution to the final piece, but only one will lead - the artist.
The dance, when completed, yields an object that was only conceived in one's imagination or on paper, a tangible work as a result of collaboration between artist and material.
These colorful, iridescent, blown glass stems with clear glass cups will be the center of attention at any table or gathering.
Wine Glasses: 11”
Champagne Glasses: 9”
Martini Glasses: 8.5”
Marianne Shepardson kiln fires glass to strengthen it, then cuts and layers different colors, and finally fires the glass pieces a second time to slump the creation over a mold. The end result is a beautiful wine coast to protect your counter top or table from that nasty red wine circle.
Glass Wine Coaster (5” x 5”)