Artists and Makers – Glass
When I moved to Philadelphia in 1983 right after college, I didn’t know its significance to Craft History. Nor was I in touch with the roots that grew into my passion for craft, specifically stained glass. The community here has been like finding a family I didn’t know existed–and such a family! Supportive, inspiring and stimulating. I consider Philadelphia integral to my craft practice, although that might not be visible in the work, it is a deep undercurrent.
Quote and banner image by Judith Schaechter
These pieces are meant to be icons, pseudo-mirrors, or even prosthetics, that aid in self-comprehension.
Bernard Katz Glass
Bernard Katz employs a wide range of techniques to create his contemporary art glass sculpture.
His interests in engineering, the behavior of light, and the memory of experience, acts as an impetus for much of the work.
East Falls Glassworks
This Philadelphia glass studio includes a gallery, glassblowing classes, studio rental and work for sale by local artists.
Overall, the past, present and future is a goal I hope to express in my work—to strive for a timeless quality.
Jim Loewer Glass
I make playful work that you will want to hang in your windows, drink whiskey from, and give to your mom. My classes guide you through the process so you feel empowered with the torch.
Le Puppet Regime
Le Puppet Regime ia a small glass company specializing in articulated, illustrated glass.
Remark Glass is a zero-waste certified, woman owned business focused on innovative and creative glass reuse.