in action: cane pull

in action: cane pull

Cane. We’re enamored by its influence in the glass world! These unassuming stringers create a plethora of possibilities for glassblowers. And no matter where cane-work lies in the studio, their ribbons of color beckon every passing glance…but how are they made? Continue reading

in action: cane wall plate

in action: cane wall plate

It’s been quiet in the studio as of late…so here’s a look back on what we were up to earlier this year! Featuring our friend and ally, centrifugal force, this clip displays the climatic event that takes place when we introduce a vessel to the flame and finish shaping the glass by turning with gravity. … Continue reading

The Evolution of a Glass Octopus!

The Evolution of a Glass Octopus!

If you have visited the studio (or even if you’ve just watched our recent social media updates) over the last year, you will recognize this piece. This large octopus was one of the first we made, and still hangs proudly in the gallery of Central GlassWorks. However, this is not the end of that project! … Continue reading

New sea theme light fixtures

New sea theme light fixtures

Did you know that a group of Jellyfish is known as a Smack? Or that a group of Octopi is called a Rally? Over the last week, a rally of brightly colored octopus lights have moved in to the gallery, joined by a smack of playful jellyfish lights. The ocean is a big place. Come … Continue reading