Glass Art 

Glass Art

Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Bruce Thurston lives on Texada Island, British Columbia and creates wonderfully whimsical glass art pieces that are composed of a large number of glass pieces that are fused together to produce the image. 
Christopher Smith of Glaskrafter Art Glass in Lantzville explores the luminous and transcendent aspects of cast glass creating sculptures of salmon swimming through steel eel grass or suspended in solid glass eggs.
Glass artist Christopher Smith of Lantzville create this amazing kiln cast glass sculpture featuring a pair of spawning Coho salmon complete with a fabulous driftwood and sea grass stand. If you look very closely, you will also find eggs nestled in the river rock. This stunning piece sits 36” wide...
Christopher Smith of Glaskrafter Art Glass in Lantzville explores the luminous and transcendent aspects of cast glass creating sculptures of salmon swimming through steel eel grass or suspended in solid glass eggs.
Christopher Smith of Glaskrafter Art Glass in Lantzville explores the luminous and transcendent aspects of cast glass creating sculptures of salmon swimming through steel eel grass or suspended in solid glass eggs.
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