View great some of our glassware art below.


Kathy Hudson is a late bloomer.  After a career in a very competitive job market, Kathy found her heart's passion in kiln fired glass. 

Now, working in her studio overlooking Lake Travis in Austin, TX, Kathy creates beautifully functional fused glass pieces.


Scott Graham and Cristy Aloysi of Viscosity Glass Studio in Boulder Creek CA create an array of beautiful contemporary blown glass objects from functional to fantastic.

Mad Art Glass

Shaded by palm trees and cooled by ocean breezes, the glassblowing studio of Rina Fehrensen and Michael Maddy is situated in north country San Diego. There, in front of the 2000 degree furnaces, they create their colorful artwork.

Rosetree Blown Glass

Rostree Glass Studio creates distinctive, artistic work, utilizing traditional glassblowing techniques.  Classical shapes, iridescent colors, and interior design are combined to provide a unique approach to an ancient art.

The creative force and owner, Mark Rosenbaum, brings to Rosetree an unusually diverse background in glassblowing, glass casting, ceramics, and jewelry.  The result is an exciting interpretation of the art of glass.

After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Tyler School of Art, Mark became the first recipient of a Master of Fine Arts in Glassblowing from Tulane University.  Awarded a grant by the Louisiana Division of the Arts, he established the first privately-owned glassblowing studio in the state of Louisiana.

Henrietta Glass

Jill Henrietta Davis is the owner and designer of Henrietta Glass.

In 1988, after experimenting with many different materials and art forms, she was first exposed to the wonders of molten glass and immediately fell under its spell. Sixteen years, a BFA and an MFA later she remains as smitten as ever.

Lisa Stanton

Lisa is a local Michigan artist that creates stunning hand-crafted glass items that are the perfect function and decor items for inside the home or outside in a landscape.