Brian Toseland is a glass artist in Bethleham, Pennsylvania. To learn more about him and his process, visit his store by using this link: ToselandGlass
Carol Christensen-Day makes her lampwork glass beads by hand in Milan, Michigan. Glass is so versatile, this one looks cosmic! I hope you use this link to see her other pieces: GlassyFields
Kyle Keeler works with molten glass in Asheville, North Carolina. Treat someone you love to a beautiful handmade glass vessel. This link will take you to his store to see more: visionaryglassarts
Marie McJunkin works with molten glass to make these beads in Nice, California. Why buy the ordinary, when you can buy handmade extraordinary? I hope you use this link to see her other pieces: WildfireBeads
Krysia Napiokowski fashions glass into items for you in Cochiti Lake, New Mexico. You know I always have to choose the boxes! Take a peek at all the other items she has made by using this link: KrysiasStainedGlass
Or go to her website with this link: krysiadesignsstainedglass
Jackie creates with glass in Collins, New York. These are some radiant glass business card holders. You can find more of her items here: QTSG
Kyle Schumacher does his glass work in Seattle, Washington. I love boxes of all kinds, so of course I chose one of his cool glass boxes. You can see much more by using this link to his store: BlueFishStudios
Amy Rae etches beautiful designs onto glass vessels in Bellingham, Washington. Giving you the option of a reusable water bottle instead of plastic. A great idea for those trying to reduce and reuse. Take a look at the other designs she has available by using this link: CrystalDaeDreams
Robin Daily etches beautiful designs on glass for you in Thomasville, Georgia. She features personalized and custom glass etching. I hope this sample with an awesome sea turtle inspires you to use this link to see more:
Indigo Flame of Baltimore, Maryland works in stained glass. And they quote "It was the Rainbow gave thee birth, And left thee all her lovely hues." Plus!
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You can read all about them and their process by using this link to their store:TriangularRainbows
Trevor Sinnock is based in Oregon creates beautiful items with glass. Each one is single handedly made with pride and precision. His glass octipuses are amazing! I hope you are curious enough to go see more here: EmergentGlassworks
Kiva Ford hand blows incredible glass miniatures in Chantilly, Virginia. He is one of the first artists on Etsy who really made me go "Wow!" From a miniature glass chemisty set (my favorite), to perfume bottles and gobblets, you can see more and read about him on Etsy.com
Or go directly to his website: kivaford.com
Jeff Elliott and blows molten glass in Pleasanton, California. Once again, I found myself struggling to choose which beautiful piece to feature here and inspire you to visit his shop and read more about him and his process. I hope you do: ElliottGlassArt
Brian Western works his beautiful designs into glass in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Can you imagine these leaves twirling in a breeze? See more lovely items like this one: westernartglass
Teri Sokoloff creates her imaginative glass works in Sweet Home, Oregon. This would be the perfect time to add to your ornament collection so you'll be all set for next year. Even better, add to someone else's collection! See her other work here: TeriSokoloffGlass
Kevin Prochaska hand blows and forms these wonders in Valley Center, California. This is one of my favorites of his, but don't take my word for it, go see which one you like the best.
Stained glass is one of those skills which admire and am happy to leave to those who have learned this art. Jacquie Summer is one of those and she creates her pieces in Chicago, Illinois. You can see I chose with my heart, one of her boxes. I love boxes!
Ellen Lyons Nagel creates her wonders of the arachnid world in Battleground, Washington. I chose one of her delicate webs as an example, but there is so much more in her store to see:
Nancy in Chicago, Illinois makes beautiful fused glass plates and jewelry.
Natasha of Meeker, Colorado creates wonders with glass for her store.
Jodeliece Bradstreet creates wonders with glass in Fort Worth, Texas.
Madeline Smith creates these fascinating works of art with glass in Dana Point, California.