Cornucopia Glass   Mark & Jane Bateman have been making glass pieces, like the items you see before you, since they arrived in Victoria in 1978...

Cornucopia Glass

Mark & Jane Bateman have been making glass pieces, like the items you see before you, since they arrived in Victoria in 1978...

  Jeff Holmwood   Jeff studied glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) in Calgary, Alberta from 1990-94. He currently works as an instructor at Red Deer College’s summer program. He has also taught at ACAD in Calgary, Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, and Pilchuk Glass School in Stanwood Washington...

Jeff Holmwood

Jeff studied glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) in Calgary, Alberta from 1990-94. He currently works as an instructor at Red Deer College’s summer program. He has also taught at ACAD in Calgary, Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, and Pilchuk Glass School in Stanwood Washington...

  Brian Kerkvliet   Brian's style is fairly diverse, encompassing many facets of glass art. However, the fun and whimsy expressed in his work shines throughout the entire spectrum of his pieces. From intimate cosmic and vessel beads to sculptural figurative goblets and the Cosmic Kid series, a joy for life and technical expertise is expressed in each and every piece. Brian has taken many age old classical glass working techniques and added his own contemporary, childlike enthusiasm and blended it together where it works to bring joyful glass into existence.

Brian Kerkvliet

Brian's style is fairly diverse, encompassing many facets of glass art. However, the fun and whimsy expressed in his work shines throughout the entire spectrum of his pieces. From intimate cosmic and vessel beads to sculptural figurative goblets and the Cosmic Kid series, a joy for life and technical expertise is expressed in each and every piece. Brian has taken many age old classical glass working techniques and added his own contemporary, childlike enthusiasm and blended it together where it works to bring joyful glass into existence.

 
   Sonya Labrie    Sonya graduated from the Craft & Design Program majoring in glass, at Sheridan College (SOCAD) in Oakville, ON. Her current focus is to create and design functional wearable art, as well as blown, kiln cast glass sculptural work.  With a background in painting and drawing, surface design and texture have been a venue for exploration and creation.

Sonya Labrie

Sonya graduated from the Craft & Design Program majoring in glass, at Sheridan College (SOCAD) in Oakville, ON. Her current focus is to create and design functional wearable art, as well as blown, kiln cast glass sculptural work.  With a background in painting and drawing, surface design and texture have been a venue for exploration and creation.

  Karina Guevin   Karina Guevin fell in love with glass while studying at Quebec University in Trois Rivieres where she started making mixed media sculptures, including glass...

Karina Guevin

Karina Guevin fell in love with glass while studying at Quebec University in Trois Rivieres where she started making mixed media sculptures, including glass...

  Ed Schmidt   Ed received his MFA  from Ohio State University in Columbus and San Jose State Univetrsity.  His is committed to education and learning. He had fhis wife Elena spend nearly half of their year teaching classes and workshops in glassmaking at home and in colleges, universities and private studios worldwide. The other half of the year, they devote to developing new work, writing projects and raising their two children in the scenic Pacific Northwest.

Ed Schmidt

Ed received his MFA  from Ohio State University in Columbus and San Jose State Univetrsity.  His is committed to education and learning. He had fhis wife Elena spend nearly half of their year teaching classes and workshops in glassmaking at home and in colleges, universities and private studios worldwide. The other half of the year, they devote to developing new work, writing projects and raising their two children in the scenic Pacific Northwest.