Glass Art Studio

Photographs from Emily Williams glass studio in Columbus, Georgia. Emily creates intricate framework glass sculpture using a glass hand torch. She creates delicate can life forms from strands of glass.
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Flameworked Glass Petal: A Work in Progress - Emily Williams Sculpture

Flameworked Glass Petal: A Work in Progress - Emily Williams Sculpture

Meet the Artist Making Glass Coral Reefs | The Creators Project

Meet the Artist Making Glass Coral Reefs

With the help of underwater macro photos, Emily Williams creates a fragile take on fragile ecosystems.

Emily Williams - Google+ Shot this last week while flame annealing a new glass seaweed sculpture.  This is a super intricate piece!

Emily Williams - Google+ Shot this last week while flame annealing a new glass seaweed sculpture. This is a super intricate piece!

What does my work day look like?  Glass fusing borosilicate glass with a hand torch. www.emilywilliamssculpture.com

Emily Williams, fusing borosilicate glass art with a hand-held glass torch, 2013

Working on a new glass seaweed sculpture.  This is part of a series exploring ocean sea life and habitat. My glass sculpture portfolio can be seen at http://www.emilywilliamssculpture.com/portfolio Emily Williams Sculpture - Google+

Working on a new glass seaweed sculpture. This is part of a series exploring ocean sea life and habitat. My glass sculpture portfolio can be seen at http://www.emilywilliamssculpture.com/portfolio Emily Williams Sculpture - Google+

Sculpting a Glass Jellyfish - Emily Williams Sculpture, 2013, Columbus, Georgia.

Sculpting a Glass Jellyfish - Emily Williams Sculpture, Columbus, Georgia.

Sculpting Glass

Using fire to manipulate thin rods of glass, artist Emily Williams creates delicate sculptures of organic life forms like coral, seaweed, and jellyfish.

Emily Williams glassworking sculpture video, 2013, Columbus Georgia.

Emily Williams glassworking sculpture video, 2013, Columbus Georgia.


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