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Saint Louis Art Fair
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2018 Glass Artists

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John & Erin Blackwell

Woodland Park, CO

Booth #403

Look close. No one else can make what we can. Using the most difficult techniques to make truly original & contemporary art. We merge colors to create a feeling within, making your heart race like an addiction, The kind of beauty that never gets old.

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Robert Coby

Ashtabula, OH

Booth #209

My work is hand blown and carved glass. First, the pieces start in the hotshop, formed from molten glass in multiple colored layers. Once cooled, I carve through those layers to create new edges and textures inspired by geology and topography.

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Tony Cray

New Melle, MO

Booth #502
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Cray's detail driven aesthetic utilizes line, form, color, pattern, repetition, and texture to create a sense of visual rhythm in his distinctly modern, classical inspired, blown and cold-worked glass objects.

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James Engebretson and Renee Engerbretson

Hudson, WI

Booth #601
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Our handblown and sandblasted glass vessels are the result of 35 years of working together. We draw inspiration from the wetlands surrounding our home and studio, capturing the essence and spirit of this place.

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Scott Gamble

Denver, CO

Booth #214

Hand blown and hot sculpted glass, with a sand etched and acid polished surface.

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Robin Kittleson

Geneva, IL

Booth #515
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Hand pulled glass murrini designed, cut and assembled into a single kiln formed piece.

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Mark Lewanski

Portland, MI

Booth #308
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Amazing, hand woven glass sculptures by artist and engineer Mark Lewanski.

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Amber Marshall

Spruce Pine, NC

Booth #233
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My work is primarily blown sculptural glass with a focus on form, color and texture. Often arranged in groupings, I create relationships between forms and their negative space.

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Michael Mikula

Cleveland, OH

Booth #300
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Reinterpreting architectural detail in glass with a hybrid of hand blown/mold blown/cast forms that are then cut and highly finished. Integral with metal armatures. Also some related individual blown objects. All sculptures are one of a kind.

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Stan O'Neil

Camano Island, WA

Booth #120
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Working with glass feels like an extension of my visual perception and imagination. Blowing glass gives me so many opportunities to expand upon what I envision for each and every project I pursue.

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Patty Roberts

Marysville, WA

Booth #402
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I work in the Pate De Verre style of glass forming, the process includes placing thin layers of a crushed glass paste into a one use mold, and fired in a kiln. I am most compelled by the color placement and sculptural effects of metal inclusion.

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Randi Solin

Brattleboro, VT

Booth #119
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I am like an abstract expressionist painter to a canvas using layers and layers of glass color to create a one of a kind piece that change as you walk around it. I blow glass off the pipe in layers then cutting, polishing the top to reveal optics.

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Sam Stang

Augusta, MO

Booth #607
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All of my pieces are made using traditional European glassblowing techniques. I have been inspired by mid-century Italian and Scandinavian design as well as by nature. Every piece I make is entirely produced at the furnace using only molten glass.

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Mark Sudduth

Cleveland Heights, OH

Booth #415
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Glass qualities are elusive, intriguing and seductive. I make them a part of my work. I work with thick glass because it exhibits qualities which interest me-depth, transparency, reflection and refraction. Strong form is also of importance.

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Wishing It Were Spring Sale.

$65 Unframed

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