AllGlass Visits Glassroots Art Show 2015
Every year in the fall, Madison, Wisconsin hosts one of the most progressive glass art shows in the industry.
Scott Griffin of Griffin Tools demonstrating on his Griffin Tools Buck Torch Stand
The glass art show is known as Glassroots Art Show and this year (as well in the past) was held at the Monona Terrace convention hall.
Laceface collaboration pieces done with her brother and father
What makes Glassroots so special is that it is an industry show that is made up of solely glass artists and glass production companies. What is even better is that almost every artist that attended produced glass right here in the United States.
Steve Sizelove Pendants
There were many top artists and companies including Steve Sizelove, Germ, and the legend Bob Snodgrass alongside many up and coming artists and new glass production companies.
Eskuche Glass Bottle Sculptures
AllGlass attended all week and now we want to share the great time we had with you! Enjoy our full feature gallery of the event!
The Glassroots Art Show in Madison. WI
Matt Eskuche Glass Bottle Cap Pendants and Sculptures
Zii x Zach P ' Idiot ' Collab
Eon Glass Banger Hangers
Griffin Glass Skeleton
Jason Howard Glass Sculpture
American Helix Quartz Honey Badger Handpipe
Niko Cray Shark Functionals and Pendants
Chad G wood themed glass pieces
The famous bubbletrap glass artwork by Steve Sizelove
GERM x Cooney
Germ glass pieces
HAMM's Glass Waterworks presented by MADE Gallery, Chicago
Rotational Science Glassworks
Zombie Hand Studios
Huffy Glass Banger Hangers and Illuminati Pieces
The innovative work of Dome One Glass
Bank Glass showing the Moodmat and jar that is included with all of their pipes.
Plug a Nug Glass
Kathy Teriyaki Banger Hangers
Arie Bovie Glass
B. Rowland Glass - Boro & Soft Glass!
Rise Glass showing off some cool UV light effects
GHOST x Evol Empire Barrel Rig Collab
Evol Empire Glass
Jason Howard Glass
Karl 73 Glass
Dave Strobel / Golden Gate Glassworks Millefiori Work
Enailme Special Edition Sculpture Enails
The amazing work of Tito Bern