News! I was accepted to the summer program at Corning Museum of Glass in New York. Please check out my Current News page for more information on this awesome opportunity. I am currently looking for support to help make this dream a reality.
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Jen is a glass artist specializing in flameworking, torch blown glass and fused glass. Through hot and cold glass mediums she creates glass art pieces, marbles, flowers, sculptures, plates and jewelry. Each item is individually made and unique. Items can be purchased at fairs and art shows throughout Maine or online through this website or Facebook page.Orders can be shipped anywhere within the US.
Each glass piece is individually designed and handmade in Jen's home studio in Maine. Fused glass jewelry, plates and artwork are created using mostly Spectrum and Bullseye glass as well as specialty glasses such as iridized and dichroic. Each piece is individually designed, cut, ground, fit and fused in a glass kiln. Stained glass pieces are made using the copper foil and soldering methods. Flameworked pieces are individually designed and made on a torch using clear glass, colored rods and specialty reactive glass. All blown glass pieces are made with clear borosilicate glass tubing, colored borosilicate rods and reactive glass and some pieces are fumed with pure fine silver. All flameworked and blown glass art pieces, marbles, sculptures and jewelry are annealed using an kiln to strengthen the glass.
Follow Infinitely Fearless designs on Facebook to keep up with upcoming fairs & shows, news, new pieces and pictures. A store on this site is in process and will be launched as soon as possible and a buy button will soon be available on Facebook as well. Since each item is individually made they are all slightly different and unique.