Posts tagged lampwork

Glass Heart Pendant

Glass Heart Pendant

Colorful glass heart pendant I made recently. 

Murrini Signature

Letters fully encased and ready to pull down.

Making a letter murrini involves many steps and many hours to complete. Another thing this takes a lot of, glass. Lots and lots of glass.

Lampwork Tube Bead Necklace


A couple days ago I was lucky enough to get a conversation on Etsy showing off one of my long tube beads.

Lampwork Spike Necklace Continued


I dug through my ever-growing stash of semi-precious stones, sterling findings, seed beads, constantly getting side tracked by shiny things, before settling on several options.

Necklace Design Sneak Peek


Creativity in action. Sneak peek at necklace design in progress.

Lampwork Bead Blowout Sale!


My bead stock has reached critical mass! I am blowing them out at unbelievable prices. Most are being listed for 50-70% less than I normally sell them for at my shows and online.

Blowing A Lampwork Glass Vessel


I came across an old video I made in 2010 of me blowing a glass vessel during one of my live studio broadcasts. I thought it would be fun to bring it back to the light as I am sure there are plenty of  lampwork artists out there who would find this tutorial of sort […]

New Lampwork Supply: Streaky Stringer...


You may have seen the sneak peek of these awesome new stringers a week or so ago either on our facebook page or here on the blog.

New Lampwork Supply – Flower An...


No matter what time of year it is floral beads seem to always be in style. With our new flower and leaf canes your work just got a little easier.

Lampwork Tutorials

Lampwork Tutorials

I’ve been asked for years how to blow shards and more specifically how to make my ever popular special effect mottling shards. Well if you’ve been wanting in on the secrets you are in luck.




Glass artist, sometimes starving sometimes not. Full time glass artist residing in the great city of Chicago. I create miniture works of art using glass and a torch. Most of my work consists of beads, pendants, and marbles. On the rare occasion you will also find me dabbling in the fusing kiln making plates, coasters, or tea light luminaries.

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