Karin Christoffersen

Karin Christoffersen

Karin Christoffersen
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Thomas & Rebecca Maras. Thomas says, “Any particular day usually begins and ends with glass. Dancing with molten glass is customary, although the dance changes from one day to the next. The unlimited possibilities of the glass blowing process are challenging. Glass has a reflective quality unlike any other medium; I love the pure translation of color. Creating art is taking risks by defining something original from your perspective and skill. Glass-blowing is both my passion and my…

Thomas & Rebecca Maras. Thomas says, “Any particular day usually begins and ends with glass. Dancing with molten glass is customary, although the dance changes from one day to the next. The unlimited possibilities of the glass blowing process are challenging. Glass has a reflective quality unlike any other medium; I love the pure translation of color. Creating art is taking risks by defining something original from your perspective and skill. Glass-blowing is both my passion and my…

Maras Glass Hudson WI Best Glass Blower and great gifts! Love, Love Rebecca & Thomas

Maras Glass Hudson WI Best Glass Blower and great gifts! Love, Love Rebecca & Thomas

"Baby Blue Baby", Horizon Vase. http://www.marasglass.com/glass.html

"Baby Blue Baby", Horizon Vase. http://www.marasglass.com/glass.html

Thomas Maras - 'Shortcut North'~

Thomas Maras - 'Shortcut North'~

Art Glass Paperweight

Art Glass Paperweight

Peter Layton. London Glass Blowing. He went to Bradford Art College, then to London's Central School of Art and Design where he learned ceramics. In 1962 he attended a Harvey Littleton experimental workshop and learned his hot glass technique. About 1969 he established a small glass studio in the Scottish Highlands. In 1976 he formed London Glass Blowing, now in Bermondsey.

Peter Layton. London Glass Blowing. He went to Bradford Art College, then to London's Central School of Art and Design where he learned ceramics. In 1962 he attended a Harvey Littleton experimental workshop and learned his hot glass technique. About 1969 he established a small glass studio in the Scottish Highlands. In 1976 he formed London Glass Blowing, now in Bermondsey.

Highlights Stoneform ~ One of the crowning jewels of Peter’s ‘Highlights’ collection. A composition in blue. Linear channels of turquoise and royal blue are flanked by delicate and diffuse ribbons of yellow. A magnificent piece!

Highlights Stoneform ~ One of the crowning jewels of Peter’s ‘Highlights’ collection. A composition in blue. Linear channels of turquoise and royal blue are flanked by delicate and diffuse ribbons of yellow. A magnificent piece!

'Prospero’s Talisman' bead by Peter Layton

'Prospero’s Talisman' bead by Peter Layton