All About Glass
All About Glass
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Emilio Santini is one of the most widely recognized names in flameworking. Born in Murano into a family with 600 years of glassworking tradition to its name, Emilio is a class favorite for teaching both new and advanced students all over the world. Recently, in his own work, he has begun to combine
Watch as Emilio Santini demonstrates for his class, Flameworking for Everybody.
Watch as Emilio Santini demonstrated for his class, Flameworking for Everybody, how to realize personal creativity through torch work. Santini was born in Murano, Italy, into a family with 600 years of glassblowing tradition. He currently resides in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has recently begun to
Watch Emilio Santini demonstrate various sculpting and glassblowing techniques using borosilicate and soda lime glass for his 2012 Studio course, Sculptural Flameworking.
Emilio Santini speaks about his favorite Livio Seguso pieces within the Voices of Contemporary Glass exhibit at The Corning Museum of Glass.
Watch as Emilio Santini and Simone Crestani demonstrated for their 2013 class, Flameworking for Everybody, various sculpting and glassblowing techniques using borosilicate and soft glass.
Watch as Emilio Santini demonstratesd for his 2014 class, Flameworking for Everybody, various sculpting and glassblowing techniques using borosilicate and soft glass.