Glass Artist of the Month
Pakoh burst onto the pipe scene in the late 90's, fresh out of art school. With the help of classical glass maestro Bryan "B" Clarke, along with local Rhode Island legends Carla and Patty, Pakoh honed his skills working his way up the ranks of the New Englan...
Like most artists, Steve Bates can’t imagine life without his medium. "I’m nearing my 11th year of pipe making now,” he says. "It scares me to think of what I would be doing if I wasn't blowing glass!"
Lisa’s Pieces glass consists of sculpted steamrollers in 160 different varieties.
Justin Jenicke's winning style is defined by sleek, clean symmetry. He draws inspiration from classic Venetian shaping, science fiction, mythology and the human form — especially the female.
Dustin Revere specializes in one-of-a-kind pipes, and murinni (colored patterns or images). “Innovation, artistic expression, and education within the glass blowing communities,” Dustin says, “is truly my life’s work.”