Infinity Art Glass

Sitting in church, a young child was handed a Sunday bulletin from his father.  Feeling the texture of the creamy paper in his fingers, the small child gently turned the folded sheets over his lap.  A glimmer in his eye appeared as he glared at the curving lines and shading that appeared on the smooth…

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Ed Branson

Ed Branson

Since 1982 glass has had a constant presence in Ed Branson’s life. His relationship has been enhanced and explored with some of the world’s glass masters, but predominantly Ed’s knowledge of this magic material is built on day-to-day experience and practice in his studio. This path has led Ed to a fairly simple artistic approach;…

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James Wilbat

James Wilbat

James Wilbat’s glass is distinguished by his fusion of abstract design and playful use of color. By merging ancient glassblowing techniques with his modern eye for design, Wilbat creates glass that unites tradition and innovation. His color and composition are highly influenced by his love for Abstract Expressionist painting. Wilbat’s style has evolved over time,…

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Jack Pine

Jack Pine

Jack Pine grew up in Circleville, Ohio, located approximately 29 miles South of Columbus. Circleville is home to one of the largest pumpkin shows nationwide! Jack has spent the last 20 years perfecting the art of glass-blowing, and is well-known to his native area of Circleville, as well as all over the country for his…

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Cathy Richardson

Cathy Richardson

Born in Washington D.C. Cathy Richardson grew up in Falls Church, Virginia. She was interested in art at a young age and spent a lot of time learning to draw and paint. Through early experiences, she developed a life-long love of both art and nature. Cathy Richarson chose not to study art in college however,…

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Wes Hunting

Wes Hunting

I never had an early interest in glass in particular but always had an interest in creativity. Sometimes, I’m not too sure where it’s going; but for me, it’s all about being able to make what I want, when I want, and keep it moving until I can no longer do so. I took the…

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Luke Adams

Luke Adams

Luke Adams is a glass artist based in Boston, MA who’s work is inspired by a love of color, forms from nature, and a passion for glassblowing.  He began drawing when he was young and his creative interests have taken him around the world pursuing his craft. “From the age of five. “I new I wanted…

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Shawn Messenger

Shawn Messenger

Shawn Messenger’s work has been greatly influenced by her love of nature and the wonders it has to offer us. She has tried to incorporate her fondness for flowers and gardens with glass to create an impressionistic vision of the landscape. The glass murrinis in her work represent the flower. These flowers together become a…

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Houston Llew

Houston Llew

Houston Llew started his venture inside a hot garage in Atlanta in the summer of 2008- at the depths of the worst recession since the Great Depression. A combined vision for art and an eternal optimism turned a dreary economic situation into an opportunity as Spiritiles deliver a beautifully handmade art product to a market…

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Robert Held

Robert Held

Born in Santa Ana, California, Robert Held aspired to be an artist from an early age. His father, a sculptor, only lived six years of his son’s life, but passed on the talent and appreciation of art that gave Robert the beginnings of a quest to create beauty in form and color. In High School…

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