A few months ago, when social contact was still allowed before the Covid-19 crisis, I had a fantastic studio visit. Fredrik Haren, a creativity explorer who travels the world to meet artists and creative people, stopped by my studio in Barcelona. We had an eye-opening discussion about art. His inspiring inquisitive mind made me dig deep…Details
I’m often asked how I create my glass sculptures. In this video interview with creativity expert Fredrik Haren I explain the process and how failure is essential to be creative.
Working in a glass studio can have a few health risks. If you follow these general guidelines you will minimize injury and safety concerns. 1. Ventilation One of the first and most important health concerns in a glass studio are harmful particles in the air (and fumes if you’re running a kiln). To make sure…Details
I’m happy to announce that my sculpture Pendulum has been selected by the Glass Art Society to be part of the exhibition ‘Visions in Glass’ at the Morean Arts Center in St. Petesburg (Florida, USA). The Exhibition will run from March 9 – April 26 and the Opening Reception will be on Friday, March 29,…Details
The other day I received an email from a supposedly private collector who wanted to buy one of my glass sculptures. The email looked a bit suspicious and after doing some research I found out it was a scam technique being used in the art world. I’ve read some unsettling stories about artists who have…Details
Making a plaster mold to cast a glass sculpture involves a few steps.
It was an honor to be recently interviewed by the Glass Art Society, one of the world’s leading organizations in glass art dedicated to promoting and supporting the worldwide community of artists who work with glass.