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Aaron Jack

Aaron Jack began working with glass as a teenager at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass. His passion for the material eventually inspired him to earn a BFA in glass from Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Upon graduating, Jack worked at Steuben Glass as an apprentice and worked his way up...

Dane Jack

A resident of Corning, New York, Dane Jack forms hot glass objects, paying close attention to technique and design. His delicate blown glass vases and drinkware feature sophisticated colors and clean lines. Jack began his career at The Corning Museum of Glass as a narrator for the Hot Glass Show....

Margot Jacobs Thigpen

Margot Jacobs Thigpen is a classically trained glass engraving artist who uses the micro motor to produce scientifically accurate work in the intaglio method. Her work is inspired by environmental issues, illustrating flora, marine life, and fauna which is either endangered, at risk, or has become...

Frantisek Janák

Frantisek Janák is a freelance glass artist. He is a retired professor of the Secondary School of Glassmaking in Kamenicky Senov, Czech Republic, and during his varied career he has held many roles including that of a glass designer. Janák studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague under...

Martin Janecky

Martin Janecký began his career with glass at the age of 13 and later explored sculpting methods in the Czech Republic. By the time he was 20, he was employed by leading artists and designers around the world to assist and to execute specific works. Janecký teaches and demonstrates around the world...

Judy Jensen has exhibited widely throughout the United States and Asia. Her work is included in numerous public and private collections, including the Royal Ontario Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and The Corning Museum of Glass. She has received an NEA...

Micke Johansson

Micke Johansson is a master glassblower and designer from Sweden. When he was 16 years old, Johansson began working at Orrefors glassworks and stayed there for 15 years. He became a master glassblower at Orrefors at the age of 24. In 2004, Johansson started working at Pukeberg Glassworks where he...

Man with short cropped hair and sunglasses uses jacks to work a piece of hot blue glass.

G Brian Juk combines techniques in blown, kiln-cast, and hot-worked solid glass to create colorful and functional glass. By making utilitarian pieces, he feels a deeper connection with the user, forging a relationship with someone who is drinking from one of his tumblers or using a candy dish. He...

Jessica Jane Julius

Jessica Jane Julius has been working in glass for almost 20 years. She is an artist, educator, coordinator, collaborator, and mother. She is currently a Professor at Tyler School of Art, has a private studio in South Philadelphia, and is the Exhibition Coordinator at a grassroots gallery, The Da...

Susanne Jøker Johnsen

Susanne Jøker Johnsen is an artist, teacher and exhibition curator. She is the project director of European Glass and Ceramic Context at the Royal Danish Academy, School of Design at the Bornholm Art Museum. She has been on the faculty at the Glass and Ceramic School in Bornholm, Denmark, for many...