Glass is a medium that is full of transformations. The fluid quality of glass is mesmerizing as it morphs from a solid form, to a molten state, and back to a solid resulting in a one of a kind creation. The possible variations are endless. Constantly searching for control of this demanding medium has enhanced my flow of creativity and allowed me to experiment and discover. With only my imagination and skill working the material being limitations, I find a sense of freedom in the difficulty of working this medium. Hollow form vessels are my favorite type of work, but I also enjoy dabbling in sculptures. My working method involves combining a collection of design techniques to create variations in the shape, decoration, and color of each project.
Blown glass bicycle sculpture handmade by Boise, Idaho artist, Matt Wolfe. Featured in the current exhibit: Community Not Competition.