Best Glassart podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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Former editor of Glass Art magazine Shawn Waggoner interviews internationally respected artists and experts in hot, warm and cold glass. For questions or comments shawntelroyale@yahoo.com
 
The WyzGuy Radio Show, hosted by 16-yr Lampworker J.Michael , journeys through the stories of today's top talents in the world of glass sharing their successes, failures , and their passion for this medium. Whether a glass artist, collector or retail owner, we have a ton of fun in store for you. .
 
The Grunewald Guild Podcast features updates from the Guild, A non-profit Art and Faith Community in Plain, Washington. Interviews with Artists in Residence, Faculty and staff are mixed in with upcoming events at the Guild.
 
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The Corning Museum of Glass is a proud collaborator on an exciting, new competition series, Blown Away—created by producers marblemediaand a co-production of Netflix andBlue Ant Media of Toronto. The 10-episode show, which will bring the art of glassblowing to a global audience through the Netflix streaming platform, will launch on July 12, 201 ...…
 
The functional glass community is defined, in part, by the technical mastery and mind-blowing aesthetic of high-end art pipes. But in equal measure, philanthropy defines this growing segment of the glass art community. One key player in organizing charitable events within the pipe community is Allison Key, founder and director of the well-known ...…
 
Welcome to Ep.216 featuring the Founders of Glass Vegas Starting in 2016 Lee Anne(owner) and Amy (co-founder/show manager) debuted Glass Vegas, a new trade show with a focus on High-End functional glass art. This new venture gives the glass artist a new space to grow and develop relationships not only with other fellow artists but also with ret ...…
 
Tim Carey’s mission is to bring glass to the forefront as an image-making medium through continued exploration of techniques that he and Narcissus Quagliata developed at Judson Studios. Tim Carey Studio, established in Compton, California, on July 1, 2018, is moving to south Pasadena, where the artist will continue creating projects and commiss ...…
 
WyzGuy Radio Minute Episode 7 Whether you're a novice or a seasoned glass artist I can guarantee you've burned yourself once or twice and hopefully just from hot glass. Those of us unlucky ones who have been kissed by the flame have a clear understanding of what a 3rd degree burn entails. Don’t get me wrong, 1st and 2nd degree burn are no fun e ...…
 
Raised in Milford, Ohio, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and her naturalist father spent many a day on forays through the woods. As a landscaper, the elder Willenbrink taught his daughter about trees, birds, fossils, and native peoples. She says: “I’m constantly inspired, revitalized and awed by the power of nature.” A self-described all-American gir ...…
 
Chris Ahalt sculpts in meticulous detail and bright colors his animal balloon series, depicting visually strong animals made fragile by delicately balancing them above on a wire. Hours of intensive work result in deceptively simple animal balloons featuring hollow glass sculptures of African and Asian elephants, black and white rhinos, giraffes ...…
 
bio- Born in a beach town, culture has always been my primary form of expression- From surfing to music to art to celebrating life and success with my family- I've consistently expressed my ideas thru media of culture itself- I received my Crafts degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Fine Arts with a concentration in glass- ...…
 
Two Dimensional Biographies by Amir H. Fallah Los Angeles based painter Amir H. Fallah renders two-dimensional biographies of his subjects using alternative imagery to create a visual language that helps us understand who a person is. Though surrounded by intimate belongings, the faces and bodies of Fallah’s subjects are covered in highly ornat ...…
 
WGRM EP.6:Cleanliness is next to Godliness As many episode before this, current circumstances become the inspiration behind an episode. This one is no different Recently I’ve been experimenting with application of color and new prep techniques and what dawned on me is the only way I’m ever going to have a successful result is if the glass I’m u ...…
 
Episode 214-Chelsy Joy: The 7-Pillars of Health Chelsy Joy : Today Id like to share with you 7 core Health & Wellness Pillars which assist your body in being the most awesome, solid creative, gorgeous human art form and tie all the info we talk about today into the same pillars which make your glass blowing art & glass business a success. So le ...…
 
Susie J. Silbert, curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, is trained in glass working and design history. Prior to joining the Museum in 2016, Silbert was an independent curator and writer motivated by the complex and intertwined histories of material, making, and makers. Silbert earned her MA in Decorative Arts ...…
 
Founded in 2001 in Beltsville, Maryland, Vitrum Studio provided kilnforming education as well as a wide range of Bullseye fusible glass and supplies to thousands of students from all over the globe. The first exclusive Bullseye Fusing Compatible Glass retail studio and teaching facility in the country, Vitrum Studio grew rapidly into an interna ...…
 
With a spiritual outlook, Jen Fuller explores large-scale glass making and multi component site-specific installations. As her career evolves, the artist views glass as a material capable of capturing ephemeral fleeting moments and outlining emotion. She says, “I’m in a relationship with glass as a mutual collaborator. It does what it wants and ...…
 
Aaron Golbert a.k.a. Marble Slinger, chronicled and in some ways changed the history of functional glass through the popularity and widespread distribution of his 2012 documentary film, Degenerate Art. In keeping with his goal to document the history of the glass pipe scene in America,Slinger will present an exhibition titled True OGs, which op ...…
 
Kres Bug is an American Counter Culture Mixed Media Artist. Born Samuel James Cullen Pesendian in Santa Barbara, California in 1985, he currently resides in northern Colorado. Kres Bug is heavily inspired by his California upbringing and exposure to graffiti and graffiti culture to produce his works. With backgrounds in graffiti, glass pipes, a ...…
 
The importance of taking care of your body and saving for Emergencies : You ever bend over to pick something up or turn to look at something quickly and suddenly feel a sharp pain in your lower back? This is potentially a warning sign for a back injury. According to TheGoodBody.com "About 80% of adults are estimated to experience a back injury ...…
 
Episode 165: James Newcomb AKA Jimi the Don @mindfulglassworks on Instagram Bio: I was born in Providence, Rhode Island, 16th of June, year of our science, 1980.I dropped out of college to get into business management, traveled around the country for a bit, sold glass for people at shows and festivals and such. Started working with glass as a m ...…
 
Episode 211-Wyoming Mofo As a full time glass artist residing in the great state of Wyoming, his seclusion to the outside world hindered his growth as an artist for the first decade of his career. Then one day he was introduced to the work of talented artist SALT and it changed his life forever. Upon taking a class from SALT, he was introduced ...…
 
Inspired by an abiding passion for functional glass, Nick Deviley founded Glassroots Art Show in 2009 as a way to legitimize glass pipes as an art form while adding to his ever-growing collection. Glassroots has become a fixture in the industry as a multi-faceted event bringing together suppliers, toolmakers, high-end artists, production blower ...…
 
Episode 210: Aaron Evan- Love Yourself not Your Ego For well over a decade Aaron Evans has been spreading his distinct D.I.Y. brand of rebellious, uplifting and brutally honest artwork around the world. He ran Dove Ink Records, an Indy Hip Hop Label with his good friend Illogic. He published gonzo style articles in counter culture publications ...…
 
The secret to success is different for every artist. By creating with the philosophy that one learns something new every day and allowing her endless passion for working with clients to inspire and inform her art, Kathy Barnard has achieved an enviable level of personal and professional accomplishment. The artist’s work, which includes carved a ...…
 
Ep. 209(From the Vault) Mike Luna Episode 120- Talking Dragons with Mike Luna @mikelunaglass on Instagram What's going on?? Thanks for tuning in and continuing to follow the show. This was a great conversation with one Mike Luna, someone who's work I have personally admired for close to a decade. Currently Mike is known for his line of dragons ...…
 
Episode 208(From the Vault): Bhandu Scott Dunham- From Mad Scientist to Master Lampworker ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously aired from Episode 170, Bandhu and I sit down in the virtual studio and discuss many topics pertaining to glass and his career. Find out what sparked his initial intere ...…
 
It’s not uncommon to read comparisons between Albert Einstein and Paul Marioni, artist and one of the founders of the Studio Glass movement, many based on their shared lifelong fascination with light. Known as an innovator in the glass world, Marioni has been pushing the limits of his medium for five decades, redefining what is possible not onl ...…
 
Like quilts fashioned from various colors and textures of coral reef, Shayna Leib’s Wind and Watersculptures reflect the two major passions in her life - music and the ocean. Trained as a classical pianist, the artist relies upon the same part-to-whole nature of music that brings together individual notes and melodic lines in the creation of a ...…
 
Episode 207-Jake Szymanski, aka @jakespinsglass on Instagram, was first exposed to the art of glass blowing at the age of 12 years old while visiting Wheaton Village in New Jersey. While in his teenage years he still had a burning desire to revisit this medium and finally dove into it at the age of 19. Eventually he enrolled into the Salem Comm ...…
 
Episode 156- Why, What, and How? Three questions to ask yourself regarding your motivation to be a glass artist. These three questions are important to ask yourself when finding your way during the journey as a glass artist. With many obsticals that can hinder ones growth as an artist it's important to keep these questions in mind. Why are you ...…
 
During the Holiday Grind getting through the days where you wanna be somewhere else besides the studio can be one of the most difficult disciplines of a business owner. The days where you’d rather stay in bed, or hike a trail instead of full-filling an order and having to make that umpteenth wrap and rake spoon or implosion pendant. When your d ...…
 
Lucio Bubacco travels around Murano and frequently to Venice in his gondola, rowing a la valesanato power himself across the lagoon. A favorite pastime since childhood, journeying along the canals recharges his creativity and provides “vitamins” for his soul. Movement also defines his energetic flameworked sculpture, alive in terms of frozen ac ...…
 
Cheyenne Malcolm manages a delicate balancing act between blowing glass for his personal line of sculptural vessels and building hot shop furnaces, annealers, and glory holesfor other studios, which finances his artwork. By founding Canned Heat Glass Studios, Milwaukie, Oregon, the artist discovered that developing and fabricating state-of-the- ...…
 
Episode 205(From the Vault): A Double Dose of J.D.Mapelsden Every time I’ve had the pleasure of chatting with J.D. I leave the conversation fired up and inspired. I hope that sharing these interviews back-to-back will get you fired up and inspired as you grind your way through the holiday season. Enjoy and Thank You again for the continued supp ...…
 
Episode 204: Selling Your work during the holidays Show Sponsors Mountainglass Arts theflowmagazine.com USE PROMO CODE "WYZGUY" FOR 10% OFF YOUR ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION Become a WyzA$$ for as little as $1.00/mo. for exclusive access to the Podcast's archives and video content patreon.com/wyzguyradio _________________________________________________ ...…
 
Creating an emotional response through intention Throughout the years working at Disney as a glassartist, a common question I get asked is “what are some of the favorite items that I get to create”. There’s a few default answers I give but the answer to that question is “Anything that creates an emotional response “. Whether it’s a smile, laugh ...…
 
Episode 203- Bryan Ratcliffe- Road Trippin' Down Memory Lane find him on instagram @surfratglass and his foot pedal at www.daspedal.comBy Jason Michael.
 
It’s interesting to contemplate why Claire Kelly’s colorful and expertly patterned toy-like animals are so appealing, but perhaps more curious to imagine is what theywould see in us. Much of her recent work centers on elephants because of their unique role as a beloved childhood toy, a popular decorative figure with a strong history in glassmak ...…
 
In the ever changing environment of the functional glass scene it is more important to be a well-rounded glass artist. Between the changes in state laws and the technological advances in vaporizers, you have to be able to evolve and pivot with the market. If your having trouble with sales currently, it's time to take a 30,000 foot view of your ...…
 
EPISODE 202: Chris Piazza returns to discuss the difficulties of running a glass business Managing a glass business takes effort but can be simplified to make the tasks necessary to keep it running easier to maintain. In the previous chat with Chris he shared his growing pains after a successful first experience as a vendor at Glass Roots Art S ...…
 
The modern masterpieces of Lacey St. George, a.k.a LaceFace, exemplify the power and spirit of women while speaking volumes about the artist’s determination to succeed in the male dominated functional glass world.From her studio in Ashland, Oregon, LaceFace pushes the limitations of glass while serving as a motivated community leader. “Most of ...…
 
In my opinion starting off Melting glass as a hobby is ideally the way to go until you have a strong enough technical foundation that you can manufacture several types of product lines consistently as well as consistent sales. If you have a 9-5 this is the best way to allow yourself to take he time , stress free, to learn this unforgiving mediu ...…
 
Episode 201- Are you prepared for a disaster? With the recent impact from Hurricane Florence on the East Coast of the United States, specifically The Carolina's, it brought back memories from last year when we were hit hard by Hurricane Irma here in Central Florida. This bring us to this episode which is a replay from my recording outside in th ...…
 
Shane Fero’s legendary avian forms in hot glass have been sought after and cherished by collectors worldwide for nearly five decades. On the wings of his ever-inquisitive mind and an imagination fueled by nature, anthropology, astrology, and Surrealism, Fero’s work soars above and beyond its natural form, relying upon humor and thought provokin ...…
 
Episode 200- WOOHOO... With Rashan Jones Hey there and Thank You sooooo much for tuning in. This episode is a huge milestone for the show and I couldn't have done it without the sponsors, guests and listeners like YOU!! It's truly an honor to have a platform to share my voice within a culture and industry that inspires me everyday. These last 2 ...…
 
Richard La Londe’s work reflects an undeniable harmony. He strives for balance between left and right brain, meaningful content and technical prowess, spontaneous creation and tight design. In 1983, this pioneer of the Northwest fusing movement was one of the ?rst instructors for the Bullseye Glass Company, and his exploration and experimentati ...…
 
Kelly O’Dell’s hot glass sculpture speaks to the devastating impact of the human race on species in the wild and embodies the Latin phrase “memento mori,” meaning “remember death.” Using the fragility and translucency of glass to create ghost-like animals in an homage to all that have been lost never to return, the artist endeavors to inspire e ...…
 
Ep.199 (Part 2.): JB vs. Lerker... The Path to Diversified Creativity - continuing education is key to unlock the path towards mastery Part-2 starts at the conceptual point of his line "The Lerker" that led to His time teaching and accompanied gallery opening that showcased his current body of work. Continuing education is key to unlocking the ...…
 
Marcel Braun and Project 33 West Coast glassblowing legend Marcel Braun and his team, "The Starship," have been working hard to blur the line between furnace worked and flame worked borosilicate glass. Currently, Braun specializes in producing glass coins also referred to as "Art Units," which are used as a trading currency in the functional gl ...…
 
Episode 199 Part 1: JB - Lerking in a World Of Glass Thanks for tuning in to Episode 199. This interview has been chopped into two episodes as they cover the last 7-years of Jarred’s glass journey. In Part 1 we cover his beginnings up to his first solo class that he taught as well as his first gallery show which were held on the same weekend at ...…
 
Episode 198: Generating revenue in the "Shared Economy"- (On the Road Edition) While behind the torch there is nothing worse then stressing about anything, especially bills. On this episode I discuss the different aspects and the importance of keeping a day job or generating revenue until you can TRULY afford to support yourself as a full-time ...…
 
An artist with 33 years of experience working in stained glass, NancyNicholson combines fine art sensibility with seasoned craftsmanship. Using Boston and New York City architecture as a backdrop of inspiration, in 1989 the artist introduced a successful series of autonomous panels that explored the layering of light, color, and dynamic forms o ...…
 
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