Experimenting with Glass
Off the pipe, hot glass can be hand formed into specific, one-of-a-kind objects.
An industrial approach, hot glass can be mold-blown, stamped or cast in multiples.
Glass can render a non-planer, mark-making surface of varied transparency and depth.
Nature of the Media
Orchestrate forms using glass's real-time relationship with gravity and heat.
In constructivist approaches, the primitive shapes of blown glass (sphere, cone, cylinder) can be cut and joined into new forms.
Glass can be combined with a wide variety of other media including metal, adhesive, paint, fiberglass, stone, wood and more.
Create glass shapes to respond to the dynamic media of light, lens, and video projection.