I first became fascinated by hand blown and lampwork glass art in 1995. I was living in Portland, Oregon at the time and the lampwork glass scene was still very young. I started seeing a few artists at the Portland Saturday Market making lampwork glass beads and other hand blown glass items. The medium intrigued me like no other art form ever had before and I started thinking about learning how to do it myself.
It’s so hard to lose a friend, family member or animal companion. We want to honor their memory and preserve their physical remains in a respectful way, but the traditional urn can feel a bit cold and distant. That’s why I think hand blown glass cremation memorials are the perfect way to preserve your loved one’s ashes forever.
I have not seen anything like you make anywhere. And your Universe pendants are too cool. I have given your web site address to a friend of mine, and plan to purchase another in the near future for my wife. You do great work. Consider me a FAN.
A.J. Monsour – Iola, Kansas
Sometimes you know you want to get someone a gift of glass but there are just so many choices. You try to decide which piece of glass jewelry would be perfect for your giftee but you’re just not sure. Why not get them a Solstice Glass Gift Certificate? There’s a denomination to suit any budget and your giftee has the excitement of getting the certificate as well as the fun of choosing the perfect piece of jewelry for themselves.
"Glass jewelry and cremation memorials handblown by a glass artist with over 15 years experience."