Glass magick is a medium and process of manipulating glass for a purpose.
Glass is made by intensely heating silica sand, sodium carbonate (soda ash) and limestone.
Decorative traditions developed in Egypt, and modern glass magickians make jewelry, windows, vases, dinnerware, sculptures and more. See these 8 Spookywood glass magick favorites!
Scott Deppe is a glass veteran incorporating sacred geometry and alien holographics for smoke and dining glassware.
Fazeek is an Australian fragrance, beauty and homewares shop with handcrafted, ethical products.
SEA STAINED GLASS
Kate is a Ukrainian war refugee creating art pieces with stained sea glass.
Alchemy Glassworks is handmaking glass creations with an alternative flair.
LUKE ADAMS GLASS
Luke is handmaking one-of-a-kind glass pumpkins.
THE GLASS OWL
This painting studio in India is upcycling glassware and giving makeovers to used items.
Andrew Groner is based in New York and crafts dichroic glass pieces.
ERIC FRANKLIN STUDIO
Eric Franklin is making luminous glass sculptures in Colorado, USA.
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Wikipedia contributors. (2022, June 22). Glass art. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12:27, July 31, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Glass_art&oldid=1094342512