GLAS BLOWING SHOW
Be sure to check out the artist’s websites and instagram for their amazing works!
Phil Siegel lives and works in Washington state with his wife and son. He has been working with glass since 2010 and specializes in character pieces and large conceptual designs.
Stratisphere Glass was started in 2003 by Patrick Stratis who lives and works on the Sunshine Coast, Canada. He was self taught for most of his years on the torch but has taken classes from people like masters blowers Banjo and Scott Deppe. His work has been featured in the book Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe, Cannabis Culture Magazine and Pot T.V. His latest work has been focused on function and moving parts using scientiﬁc glass principals mixed with a sci-fi scultptural look. Check out his work on Instagram @Stratisphereglass or on Facebook – Patrick Stratis.
Daniel S. Coyle
Daniel S. Coyle started blowing glass in 2003. In 2006, after graduating from SCC with a degree in Scientiﬁc Glassblowing, he started his career as a scientific glassblower. After 5 years working for a chemical company he quit his job in order to pursue his artistic vision in glass pipes. He currently resides in Western Massachusetts, where he works alongside of some of the state‘s top pipe makers.
„Often my work is playful in nature and can remind you of toys; I guess I like to bring the viewer (or user) back to their childhood and also remind them to not take life so seriously... Why pipes? Making an object into a pipe will allow someone to bond with that object. They will have experiences with it, develop a relationship with it, in time it will become more than a piece in their collection- it will become sentimental.“ - Coyle