John Boyett – North Canton, OH wavy glass bowl

John melts pelleted glass in a furnace to 2100F. Molten glass is then gathered on a blow pipe and hand shaped with wet newspaper or wooden blocks. Lattacino cane and murrini are all handmade by the artist. 





Aaron Buchholz – St. Louisville, OH a blue, wavy glass bowl

While he was Moorhead State, Aaron was introduced to the art of glass. Upon graduation, he was determined to pursue a career in glass.  In search of a community that would meet his needs, Aaron moved to Columbus. There he worked for a production studio and started teaching glassblowing classes at a cooperative studio. Aaron was the glass manager at The Works Museum in Newark for over eight years, before building his own personal studio called St. Louisville Glass. 



Marygail Vansledright – Alto, MI glass wall hangings decorated with floral designs

Marygail creates decorative glass wall art; they work with opaque glass so that they can attach the glass to wood or frames. Marygail’s work is fired in a kiln flat. Their work is mostly vertical and features flower designs and some wildlife. Marygail uses paints, powders and frit glass and no molds. 





blue fused glass sculpture Kathryn Woodruff – Beavercreek, OH 

Kathryn is a fused glass artist who creates a synergy with glass and kiln heat. Most of their artwork is inspired by the nature that surrounds us. Kathryn keeps their prices low enough so everyone can afford an original!






Larry Zengel – Bowling Green, OH pair of glass spheres decorated with black, white, and color

Larry makes blown and hot sculpted glass with an emphasis on overly complicated spheres.