About The Artist
Rockwater Glass was born in 2006, after I had been working in stained glass for a few years starting in 2001. I decided to take a glass fusing class at Spruill Center for the Arts 6 years ago and I fell in love with the process of working with warm glass. I've been making and selling my original creations ever since in various forms. After studying with Carol Webb of C3 Studios for a few years, I decided I wanted to learn how to metalsmith at Spruill Center for the Arts, so I took classes from Terri St. Romain of amazing Danger Jewelry for 3 years, I couldn't get enough of the process of working with the torch and metal and combining that with glass I had also designed and created by hand via the heat of the kiln. I now have a metal smith studio in my working glass studio space. In my work, I use recycled glass and re-purpose my glass as much as possible. I also work in other
recyclable material like copper and silver as well as glass bottles as my source glass.
Working with these mysterious elements is fun and fascinating because I find all glass beautiful Every piece of my artwork is one-of-a-kind, made by hand. Some pieces may appear similar in style, however each is unique - adding to my excitement about the art form when each piece is created.
I participate in festivals throughout the year. Check out the News & Events section to see which events you will find me selling my wares. Feel free to contact me to arrange a visit to my home studio or arrange a custom order. I also have items available at Donna van Gogh's Artist Market in the Candler Park area of Atlanta, GA. To view my CV, go to Artist's CV. Thanks for stopping by.