Kenny Talamas



I've been "playing with fire" for about 20 years now. I started lampworking (flameworking glass) around 1998 in Florida when there where little resources for glass artists. I learned the craft from a workshop at Penland School of Crafts taught by Robert Mickelsen and I am very grateful. Over the years I have worked with other glass artists and visited many shops to develop my own personal perspective.


I make my living by selling my own glass art, and glass art by my friends, here at,  as well as on Etsy and eBay . You can also find my work in a few galleries across the United States.

 Over the years I have pursued many forms of Art and Music, but once I discovered Flameworked Glass it became a part of me. I painted murals with my family business back in Florida, but that didn’t provide the creative freedom that the “lampworking  lifestyle” could provide. So, I bought a torch, set up a small studio at home and began my journey into the infinite realms of glass.  I moved from Florida to Oregon and built many Glass Studios at Home along the way. I actually call the studio “my space ship” because it allows me to travel through time and space!

As I have grown and changed as a person, so has my work. Back in 2001, I made glass pipes to learn the craft and pay the bills. Recently, I’ve been making a lot of marbles, focusing mostly on Eye Marbles. There’s something really cool about art that looks back at you! I also make fumed space marbles, galaxy marbles, and Heady Pendants. Today we are proud to offer amazing work from six other artists as well! Thank you to all the collectors and customers who have supported us along the way.

We make glass art, but YOU make that possible.