Blow Glass Art

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Lawrence Tuber, Jan Lambert Kruse, George Jercich, Jake Vincent, Stephen Cressey, Eric Mead, Eric Ehlenberger offering original Blown Glass artworks.


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Lawrence Tuber: 'pumpkin see my etsy store  LTGlassCreations ', 2019 Blown Glass, Nature. Hand Blown Pumpkin...
Nature - Glass
5 x 5 inches (12.7 x 12.7 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Runner Graal', 2015 Blown Glass, Expressionism.  This is a hand blown graal vessel. I made this vase by creating a graal blank parison with layers of colored glass powder. The imagery is hand carved through the layers of colored glass. After carving I heat the parison to 1050F and pick it back up on a blowpipe...
Expressionism - Glass
7 x 10 inches (17.8 x 25.4 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Cobalt and Yellow Double Cone Cube Sculpture', 2002 Blown Glass, Abstract. Blown and Cold worked Glass...
Abstract - Glass
9 x 22 inches (22.9 x 55.9 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Orange and Apple Vessel Family', 2002 Blown Glass, Abstract. Blown and Optical Glass Construction...
Abstract - Glass
9 x 26 inches (22.9 x 66.0 cm)
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Jan Lambert Kruse: 'Acupuncoon', 2010 Blown Glass, Abstract.  Glass blown into metal thread cage with pointed nails on the inside. ...
, 2010
Abstract - Glass
34 x 74 cm (13.4 x 29.1 inches)
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Jan Lambert Kruse: 'Milky way close up', 2007 Blown Glass, Astronomy.  Blown glass iron ...
Astronomy - Glass
312 x 65 cm (122.8 x 25.6 inches)
Jan Lambert Kruse: 'Milky way', 2007 Blown Glass, Astronomy.  83 pieces of blown glass attached on a iron spiral ...
, 2007
Astronomy - Glass
312 x 65 cm (122.8 x 25.6 inches)
George Jercich: 'Ring of Fire', 2008 Blown Glass, Marine.  This is an urn vessel with a ring of fire lid....
Marine - Glass
8 x 12 inches (20.3 x 30.5 cm)
George Jercich: 'Regatta', 2008 Blown Glass, Marine.  Small Vessel sculptures ( sold separately) ...
, 2008
Marine - Glass
6 x 8 inches (15.2 x 20.3 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Cut Cups', 2007 Blown Glass, Undecided.  cherry red and opal rose tumblers with cut and polished ornament ...
, 2007
Undecided - Glass
3 x 5 inches (7.6 x 12.7 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Frequency Bowl', 2007 Blown Glass, Undecided.  Blown glass bowl with cut exterior surface. ...
Undecided - Glass
9 x 6 inches (22.9 x 15.2 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Banded Violet Vase', 2006 Blown Glass, Representational.
Representational - Glass
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
Stephen Cressey: 'Shelf Organic Ornament Green Gray', 2006 Blown Glass, Abstract. Free Hand Blown Bohemian Art Glass, Flame Worked Shelf Ornament Organic. Crystal with Green & Grey European Color Glass Overlays. Very Light....
Abstract - Glass
4 x 5 inches (10.2 x 12.7 cm)
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Jake Vincent: 'Ancient Incalmos', 2006 Blown Glass, Undecided. Hand blown glass vessels created using the Incalmo technique.  Each band of color represents of a seperate section of individually colored glass.  These paper- thin vessels are modeled after ancient forms from the Roman and venetian glass making traditions.  Tallest piece is 14 inches, each is signed Jake Vincent' 06 ...
Undecided - Glass
5 x 14 inches (12.7 x 35.6 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Vase in Dutch Blue', 2006 Blown Glass, undecided. Hand blown glass vase in opaque dutch blue.  Signed
undecided - Glass
6 x 11 inches (15.2 x 27.9 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Monochrome Perfume Bottles in Blues', 2006 Blown Glass, Undecided. Hand Blown glass perfume bottles. Each bottle has a matching glass stopper. Avaialble in 3 monochromatic color schemes; Brick Red with Ruby, Sky Blue with Lapis, Grey with Black. Each Piece is signed
Undecided - Glass
3 x 6 inches (7.6 x 15.2 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Taipei Vessel in Heliotrope', 2006 Blown Glass, Undecided. The Taipei Vessel series features clean, stout forms in vibrant transparent colors. Signed Jake Vincent' 06 on underside....
Undecided - Glass
9 x 9 inches (22.9 x 22.9 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Incalmo Perfume Bottles', 2006 Blown Glass, Undecided. Hand Blown glass perfume bottles.  Each bottle has a matching glass stopper.  Avaialble in 3 monochromatic color schemes; Brick Red with Ruby, Sky Blue with Lapis, Grey with Black.  Each Piece is signed Jake Vincent' 06 on the underside of the foot....
Undecided - Glass
4 x 6 inches (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Web Stemmed Goblets', 2006 Blown Glass, Undecided. Hand blown wine glasses featuring unique stems of transparent grey glass.  Stems also available in transparent ruby and opaque blue.  Dishwasher safe.  Signed Jake Vincent' 06 on underside of feet....
Undecided - Glass
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
Jake Vincent: 'Exposed', 2006 Blown Glass, Cityscape. This work features a transparent glass house suspended above a cityscape cast of porous metal.  Hand blown glass platter in transparent eggplant with sky blue lip wrap.  Signed
, 2006
Cityscape - Glass
19 x 5 inches (48.3 x 12.7 cm)
Eric Mead: 'jacks', 2004 Blown Glass, Undecided. glass jacks with red ball ( weight and size given for each jack) ...
, 2004
Undecided - Glass
20 x 20 inches (50.8 x 50.8 cm)
Eric Mead: 'emergence', 2004 Blown Glass, Undecided. black and white torn vessel...
, 2004
Undecided - Glass
8 x 16 inches (20.3 x 40.6 cm)
George Jercich: 'Safety of the Harbor', 2000 Blown Glass, Marine. The base vessel is an urn. The central column is a ring of fire, and the finial is a boat hull.My interpretation is: after the body is gone, the soul has a means by which to journey on....
Marine - Glass
10 x 26 inches (25.4 x 66.0 cm)
Eric Mead: 'Cairn Goblets', 2003 Blown Glass, Undecided. Globby stemmed wine goblets...
Undecided - Glass
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
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Eric Mead: 'Green Serpent', 2003 Blown Glass, undecided. Green faux cane spiral stemmed martini goblet. ...
undecided - Glass
3 x 8 inches (7.6 x 20.3 cm)
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Jan Lambert Kruse: 'ornge', 2001 Blown Glass, nature. Glass blown into iron thread mold. ...
, 2001
nature - Glass
35 x 33 cm (13.8 x 13.0 inches)
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Eric Ehlenberger: 'Jellyfish pair', 2001 Blown Glass, Marine. Suspended in mid- air, these unique glass and neon Jellyfish glow with a life of their own. Individually handblown by the artist with careful attention to detail, the neon tentacles radiate with rich and subtle hues. . Each Jellyfish is powered by a 12VDC adaptor which plugs into a standard 110V ...
Marine - Glass
16 x 36 inches (40.6 x 91.4 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Vessel Family', 2002 Blown Glass, Abstract. Blown Glass Construction with optical Glass Spheres...
Abstract - Glass
9 x 21 inches (22.9 x 53.3 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Chaos', 2003 Blown Glass, Other. Blown,  Hand Carved & Re- Blown Glass Vessel...
, 2003
Other - Glass
9 x 12 inches (22.9 x 30.5 cm)
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Lawrence Tuber: 'Network Vessel', 2003 Blown Glass, Abstract. Blown, Hand Carved & Re- Blown Glass...
Abstract - Glass
7 x 14 inches (17.8 x 35.6 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Lawrence Tuber - My Newest work involves blowing a multi layered blank on which I carve intricate decoration. I am using images ideas that I have been drawing since childhood. I am from Mars. I also make multi-vessel sculptures using blown and optical glass components creating families of vessels. I have been a vessel maker for 30 years. heck out my Etsy site at

Jan Lambert Kruse - Relying on the most basic shapes of the materials, his organic sculptures remind of natural phenomena. In "Milky Way", a swirl of frosted glass bulbs lined up on spiralling metal threads flows in the air. It is surrounded by multicoloured spheres, imitating an imaginary universe. While in this piece the metal plays a supporting role, more complicated forms like the bubbly "Cocoon"-series shape the glass with a cage made of iron threads. The glass is frozen just when it is starting to expand, displaying the restricting forces of metal. ...

George Jercich - My passion as an artist is to work 3 dimensionally. I prefer mixed media including blown, fused, cast glass and welded metal. Glass to me, is one of the most challenging and rewarding material experiences as a craft. The ability of glass to take form and color is enhanced by its surface qualities and transparency. I try not to favor one technique or style in glassforming but use many different ones to achieve an overall three dimensional sculptural result. Thematic of the lore of the sea and seafarers, I like to think of each piece of glass and mixed media sculpture as a kind of voyage. Sometimes, I blow a vessel into a bottle's form to refer to something about the sea. Other times, I will fashion a boat hull as a vessel form to compare and contrast the form of the bottle to. By way of content, I attempt to narrate a story of my own invention through the work. I also find it amusing to speculate on the relationship between the bottle or the boat as they are both considered types of vessels. George Jercich 2003...

Jake Vincent - Jacob Vincent maintains a private glassblowing studio in Boston and is a glassblowing instructor at the Worcester Center for Crafts in Worcester, Massachusetts. He exhibits his work in galleries and museums nationwide. For more information and to view more of Jake's work -- www.JakeVincent.com...

Stephen Cressey - The goal is a continual incremental self-taught exploration in traditional soft glass lampworking; work is towards creating traditional free hand blown art glass. Designing and producing annual limited edition hand blown crystal ornaments for select clients and notable charitable concerns directly supports further study in this exploration. The work is with clear crystal tubing applying overlay/s of European color glasses in the flame, similar to the early American bohemian discipline, which is diminutive, delicate, yet strong in nature. Each piece is manipulated in the flame with both hands allowing heat to join, melt and move the glass in preparation of blowing a vessel shape. Air marvering is the rule for shaping and very little surface marvering is used to achieve the final shape desired in form. Allowing gravity and each individual glass colors viscosity to effect and further control its destiny as to form and flow of color interaction is to be enjoyed within the creative process. ...

Eric Ehlenberger - My interest in neon, metal and glass began with a childhood fascination with prisms, rainbows and colored light. It was exposure to the Impressionists use of color and light to develop mood that triggered my interest in art. The Constructivist movement of the early 20th Century, particularly the works of Tatlin and Malevich, strongly influenced me with regard to structure and form. Subsequent influences include the Abstract Expressionist focus on non-objective interpretation and Asian culture's aesthetic emphasis on the elegance of simplicity and the economy of form. I approach my sculptures as meditations of form and color. Using the vibrant colors and shadows achieved by combining neon lights with glass and brushed metal, I explore the emotional impact of luminous color and simple forms. This contemplative approach is most evident in such series as the Circle, Arc Series, Composition Series, Celebration Series and the Tectonic Series. Of greater complexity are the theme-based series of my Venusian World sculptures. In these series, I explore a fantasy world of luminous flora and fauna including landscapes and dioramas in order to create an environment in which many sculptures work together as a whole. The culmination of this work is the "...