Hegland Glass

The husband and wife team at Hegland Glass is strongly inspired by their surroundings that include rural horizons and lively waterways. The two are equally captivated by the creativity of the design process, the technical challenge of construction, and the precision of coldworking. The Hegland team collaborates on the design and construction of each piece.…

Liquid Light Glass

Elodie Holmes is the founder and owner of Liquid Light Glass established in 1986. The unique glass of Elodie Holmes is hand- sculpted using traditional techniques of glass blowing, sculpting molten glass with special tools, flame work, cutting, polishing and etching. Through these various processes, Elodie creates fine glass art such as sculptures, vases, bowls,…

Kenny Pieper

Kenny Pieper was born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised in the mountains of North Carolina. He began his craft career in high school when he studied at the Penland School of Crafts. Initially, he studied pottery with Norm Schulman and Cynthia Bringle. Later, he found his passion for glass under the tutelage of Richard Ritter.…

Richard Satava

Richard Satava began his artistic career as a potter. Then, while attending Chico State University, he discovered a growing interest in the medium of glass and took several classes in glass making. Since that time of more than 20 years, Rick Satava has practiced his craft of hand-blown glass, constantly refining his skills so that…

David Royce

David lives in Minnesota where he also began his glass-blowing career at the age of 15, when he worked as an apprentice for Tom Rine and Thomas Maras. He attended Anoka Ransey Community College, where he studied glass blowing for three semesters. Furthering his studies, Royce attended the University of River Falls in Wisconsin, with…

Hokanson Dix Glass

In 1996, Bengt Hokanson and Trefny Dix opened their first glass studio in Greenport, NY. In this studio, they primarily cast glass to use as elements for their individual glass and mixed media sculpture and for custom architectural projects. In 2000, they began a collaborative body of blown glass vessels. This early work was developed…

Nick Leonoff

Nick Leonoff began apprenticing for renowned stained glass artist Alan Masaoka while he attended Monterey Peninsula College where he pursued a business degree After completing his Bachelors’ degree, Alan Masoka taught him how to blow a glass bubble, and Nick was hooked on learning more about blowing glass. He eventually studied Italian Cane and Murrini Patterning…