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  • Installations

    Inside Mike Kaplan and Chris McGillicutty’s Ohio City studio, molten glass is transformed into one-of-a-kind pieces of art. The studio is housed in a renovated garage. The kiln is fashioned from an old oil drum, and the heat it pumps out not only melts glass, but it’s also used to whip up the occasional grilled cheese sandwich. The Glass Bubble Project’s Ohio City home isn’t your typical art studio. But glass blowing isn’t your typical art. No other medium finds artists facing down 2,000-degree temperatures to create one-of-a-kind bowls, vases and light fixtures.

  • Vases & Bowls

    Hand blown glass vases and bowls make excellent centerpieces and bring a unique charm to any room.  They are both function and beautiful works of art.

  • Chandeliers

    Chandeliers are created by hand with hand blown glass and repurposed metal.  The chandelier to the left was made from and old wagon wheel, stamping cogs and colored glass drips.