High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Glass Artist of the Month

Glass Artist of the Month: Wicked Water Works

Brian and Rebecca Peterson, also known as “Wicked” and “Mrs. Wicked,” are owners of Wicked Water Works. They met in 2003 in an art chat room and became quick friends. Drawn together by their love of art, they began dating in 2004 and married in 200...

Glass Artist of the Month: Fiona Anuweh

Fiona Anuweh started blowing glass in 2011 with the gentle instruction of the star glass artist Turtle, now her husband. Prior to meeting him, she says, “I had no idea before we met that there was any such thing as a glass blowing industry.”

Glass Artist of the Month: Scot Bennet

Cherry Glass is a family-owned glassblowing business in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, also known as Minnesota. Scot Bennett, the star artist, recalls: “The day a spider came home in our bag of groceries was the beginning of our ‘Nature Line’ of pieces.

Glass Artist of the Month: BONELORD

Eric Swartz (aka BONELORD) began flameworking in late 2008. Now his rigs sell briskly in his home base of Orlando. His use of social media has expanded the BONELORD fan base internationally to include Australia and China.

Glass Artist of the Month: Cool Hand Suuze

“Glassblowing isn’t just a passion for me, it’s my life!” exclaims Oakland-based artist Suzanne Tipton, aka Cool-Hand Suuze.



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