Glass sculpted directly in the flame
With a high metal content borosilicate glass has a unique colour palette. Silver & gold can also be ‘fumed’ directly in the flame to directly create intense metallic lustres which are then permanently locked into the glass by wrapping clear over them. Fantasy, science, astronomy, and Sci-fi are themes most commonly explored
Highly dramatic & experimental, hollow shaped vessels are blown then filled with rare noble gases which are energised by passing high voltages though them. This creates ribbons of light as the gases are ionized which move when the glass is approached or touched. The type of gases change the effects, with lightning effects from Krypton in ‘Storm Summoner’ to colourful oranges and pinks from Neon and Argon in ‘Electric squid’
Using the unique optical properties of marbles to create the illusion of depth & distance, these pocket sized universes are a speciality. A galaxy marble was used in the Australian feature film ‘The five Frequencies’ and Glenn was invited to teach & demonstrate making them at the 2015 ‘Flame off’ alongside artists from Russia, USA & France to fellow lampworkers from across UK & Europe.
Jewellery, dip pens & gift items
An ever popular and very full range of items, ideal as gifts, available in the Etsy shop. These range from glass dip pens featuring silver lustre, jellyfish & flowers to 3D pendants with galaxy & nebula themes. The tough & lightweight nature if borosilicate glass make it the ideal glass for jewellery