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Lee Babbitt

Lee Babbitt discovered glassblowing as an art student at Alfred University, graduating with a B.F.A., with concentrations in glass and neon. He primarily works in the Make Your Own Glass workshop at The Studio, and continues to perfect his craft.

Brenna Baker

Brenna Baker has been working with glass for 10 years. She has studied under many great artists in the United States and spent one year working with Pino Signoretto in Murano, Italy. She now resides in Corning, NY, where she rents the facilities of The Studio to create her work as an independent...

Chad Balster is a demonstrating artist, glassblowing instructor, and integral participant in the Blow Your Own programs at the Louisville Glassworks. He was awarded a commission there to engineer and fabricate the equipment for “Juicy Lucy – The Glassblowing Hot %%Rod%%,” a mobile glassblowing...

Joseph Barlett

Joe Barlett has more than 40 years of experience designing, creating, and teaching stained glass. He is also a master craftsman in antique stained glass restoration. Joe has taught adult education for two universities in Pennsylvania. He also has a studio in Williamsport, PA, and has opened a...

Joyce Beebe is the owner of Stained Glass/FrameWorks, a working studio and retail shop located in Binghamton, NY. She has completed many commissioned pieces.

Clare Belfrage

Inspired by experiences of detail in nature, Clare Belfrage’s work has been distinguished by the use of fine glass threads to draw complex linear patterns on the surface of blown glass forms. She has maintained a vibrant practice for more than 25 years. She has been an active part of artists’...

Emrys Berkower

Emrys Berkower is a glass artist and designer, with a focus on modern adaptations of 17th-century Italian glassmaking techniques, and mid-century modern design practices stemming from Italy and Scandinavia. This focus has led to a natural progression and interest in interiors, furniture, and...

Giles Bettison

Giles Bettison received a bachelor's degree from the Canberra School of Art in Australia. He has been the recipient of numerous prizes and awards for his intricate murrine vessels. Bettison's work is in the collections of the American Craft Museum in New York, NY; the Australian National...

Philippa Beveridge

Philippa Beveridge is a Barcelona-based glass artist and educator. She has an M.F.A. in Art in Architecture from the University of East London and studied sculpture, painting, and glass at the Massana School of Art and the Barcelona Glass Foundation, where she also taught. She has collaborated in...

Ed and Martha Biggar have more than 50 collective years of glassworking experience, as well as more than 15 years of working with metal clay. Ms. Biggar is a juried member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild and the Artisan Center of Virginia. Mr. Biggar has created illuminated neon mixed-media...

Frederick Birkhill is an independent studio artist who has a passion for working with glass, as well as a wealth of knowledge about the material. His work is found in museums and private collections throughout the world, including the Smithsonian Institution, The Detroit Institute of Arts, and the...

Heike Brachlow

Heike Brachlow received her BA from the University of Wolverhampton and her MA and PhD from the Royal College of Art in London, studying color, form, and light in solid transparent glass. Her work can be found in the Glasmuseum Hentrich, European Museum for Modern Glass, and The National Museums...

Alex Brand

Alex Brand, who received his B.F.A. from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, has been working with glass (and making a living selling his glass) for more than 30 years.  He has shown his work at museum shows, including the Smithsonian and Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Shows.  His work is also...

John Brekke attended The Art Institute of Chicago and then the University of Wisconsin at Madison. He is an expert glassblower, usually creating large works that make extensive use of the Swedish Graal technique. Brekke has received numerous awards and grants, and has recently spent a year...

Jared Brody has been flameworking for six years. He uses both borosilicate and soft glass to create goblets, perfume bottles, marbles, and candlesticks.

Jane Bruce

An independent artist and educator living in New York, Jane Bruce has an master's degree from the Royal College of Art, London, and has studied at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred. She has taught extensively and internationally, and has received many visiting artist awards and...

Lucio Bubacco

Lucio Bubacco's works combine the anatomic perfection of Greek sculpture with the Byzantine gothic architecture of his native Venice. He is known for his unique human and fantasy figures, which are entirely hand-formed and incorporated in blown vases or in casting. His work has been published and...

Jeremy Burdge has been blowing glass for 15 years. He operates his own studio in Columbus, OH, and has studied at The Studio with Bill Gudenrath, Fritz Dreisbach, Davide Fuin, Elio Quarisa, and Paul Stankard. His particular interests are English and Italian goblet forms, and as a teacher he enjoys...

Cat Burns

Cat Burns fell in love with glass the minute she realized it was possible to make art with fire. She gained most of her technical skills through various glass production jobs, and learned how to channel creativity through her associate degrees in Glass Fine Art and in Glass Craft and Design from...

In his April 2007 Residency at The Studio, Moshe Bursuker explored the relationship between glass and photography, and worked to integrate the two media in a way that “enhanced both forms of artistic expression.” He believes that “glass has the ability to take photography into the three-dimensional...

Sarah Buzick is a glassblower and a cold worker. She uses a sandblaster to carve her glass vessels.

Chris Buzzini began working with glass in 1970 and has been working as an independent studio artist since 1986. He has expertise in various glassworking techniques, including flameworking, torch working, murrini making, and cold lamination. Buzzini has been an important contributor to...

Jim Byrnes

Jim Byrnes began his career in glass as a scientific glassblowing apprentice in 1979 and earned a living making laboratory equipment for 30 years. More artist than scientist by nature, he has always enjoyed the decorative possibilities of flameworking. Byrnes’ artistic goal is to combine his...