Jeffrey-Sarmiento-EncyclopaediaOne of my favorite artists in glass is Tim Tate (can’t wait to meet him!). He’s a multi-media artist whose specialty is glass casting. He also is a partner at the Washington Glass school near Washington, DC. In an interview …

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It’s been a little while since I’ve written about Corning, so here goes…it’s time for their 3rd annual Glassfest!! So if you’re in that area of the east coast and you love glass get on over there. The whole …

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I just got back from Las Vegas and the annual Glass Craft and Bead Expo show. I’ve been there many times but this was the first visit where I was able to really walk around and around and around and …

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Are you going to Las Vegas for Glass Craft and Bead Expo? I know I am and I can’t wait. It’s all about the glass!!! And then there’s a dose of Vegas thrown in too. If you haven’t gone …

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The good people over at fusedglass.org have this cool site called glassfacts.info that give you massive amounts of information about glass. Like they didn’t do that already. Fusedglass.org is one of the most informative sites about glass around. And we …

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This could be the ultimate in glass recycling. A temple in Bangkok, Thailand made with over 1.5 million bottles. Check out the web site Trendhunter Eco to see the Wat Pa Maha Chedio Kaew temple and all of those bottles. …

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tablemixesKokomo Glass in Indiana is the oldest manufacturer of opalescent and cathedral glass in the world operating continuously since 1888. That’s amazing!! They have one of the most extensive selections of glass ever. According to their web site they can …

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Dalle de Verre in a bank in Nairobi by Kitengela

Dalle de Verre in a bank in Nairobi by Kitengela

My good friend and glass goddess Leigh Adams just returned from Kitengela Glass Studios in Kenya. What an adventure. The day before yesterday I was fortunate enough to get a …

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