Our Blog

Our blog is where Bernard writes about his influences, inspiration, and tips about glass and art. He writes about the creative process in making glass sculpture. His articles touch on various aspects of creativity and art. Along the way, Bernard answers many questions he has encountered as an artist, sculptor, and glass blower.
Cleaning Glass Artwork

Cleaning Glass Artwork

Cleaning glass artwork can be simple and straightforward. However, I have some tips to consider to help prevent possible damage while cleaning hand blown glass art...
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Repairing Glass Tips

Repairing Glass Tips

People contact us often about repairing glass. They figure since we make hand blown glass, repairing glass would be a simple thing for us to do. However, most repairs are rarely simple...
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Potato in Glass

Potato in Glass

Dipping a potato in a hot glass furnace may seem like an odd thing to do. This is actually an old glass factory trick...
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Custom Hand Blown Glass

Custom Hand Blown Glass

The making of this contemporary art glass wall sculpture installation was a 4 month process. There were many steps involved from start to finish...
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Shipping Art Glass Sculpture

Shipping Art Glass Sculpture

Custom hand blown glass is something we do. Creating custom work can be fun and interesting... And at times, the creative process for custom work can lead to other ideas to explore in our glass sculpture...
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Why People Buy Art

Why People Buy Art

3 ways to tell if your glass art is valuable... There may be more ways, but most likely there are less. Attaching a value to art in general is very tricky. The price of art compared to its value can be very different...
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Why Good Ideas Go Bad

Why Good Ideas Go Bad

The glass sculpture by William Morris is usually the first thought I have when asked about which contemporary glass artists do I like...
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Making Something

Making Something

Why do some good ideas go bad? All ideas start out as "good ideas"... but along the way some ideas become bad...
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Dependency in Art and Life

Dependency in Art and Life

3 ways to tell if your glass art is valuable... There may be more ways, but most likely there are less. Attaching a value to art in general is very tricky. The price of art compared to its value can be very different...
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Henry Moore Influence

Henry Moore Influence

The motif of dependency in art and sculpture has long been an explored subject matter. Whether blatant or subtle, relationships depicted are concluded to have a certain dependency.
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Influence Behind My Glass Sculptures

Influence Behind My Glass Sculptures

Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth have significantly grown as inspiration and influence on my own artwork and glass sculpture. In the first article, Inspiration in Art, I explained the complexity about inspiration...
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Can’t Draw a Straight Line

Can’t Draw a Straight Line

The making of this contemporary art glass wall sculpture installation was a 4 month process. There were many steps involved from start to finish...
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