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Emma Varga (Photo by Rhoda Baer)

Emma Varga has created a diverse body of sculptural work using her complex and laborious multiple-layer technique. Her creative process is a highly focused, but incredibly calming, game in which she “plays” with thousands of tiny glass elements that are strategically assembled with precision, to...

Aaron Verity

Aaron Verity was born and raised in Brooktondale, New York. He was given the opportunity to learn flameworking in 1998, and he instantly fell in love with the medium. Ever since, Verity has worked from a home studio, teaching himself new techniques and honing his craft. He has played with all...

Wilhelm Vernim

Wilhelm Vernim was trained as a glass engraver and designer at Zwiesel Glass Skills College in Germany, and continued his training as a Master in Glass Engraving at Zwiesel. He also studied painting with Tom Buechner, and engraving with Jiři Harcuba, and kiln casting with Max Jaquard. He has taught...

Mauro Vianello

Living in Murano has made it easy for Mauro Vianello to fall in love with sea creatures. He is inspired by the range and variety of colors of the very creatures found in the sea. He aims to recreate the vibrancy of those colors in glass and, like many others, is inspired by the work of Rudolf and...

Jen Violette

Jen Violette has been working with molten glass for 27 years and is a full-time glass and mixed media artist based in Wilmington, Vermont. She is known for her colorful, garden-inspired glass sculptures which often incorporate metal and wood. Violette is passionate about recreating plant structures...

Utilizing digital 3-D computer modeling and printing technology in tandem with glassblowing and casting processes, Norwood Viviano creates work depicting population shifts tied to the dynamic between industry and community. “My material choices are meant to demonstrate the fragility of populations...

Katie Volk

Katie Volk began working with glass in late 2009 at Salem Community College in New Jersey, where she earned her associates degree in Scientific Glass Technology. She went on to work at a viscometer company based out of Pennsylvania. After two years, she decided to make a move to Corning in pursuit...