Hallmark Fine Art Gallery •
• California • USA •
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Welcome to the spectacular world of Jack Storms Glass Sculpture. Meticulously handmade, these luminous crystal sculptures can take up to six weeks to produce due to the care and precision put into each individual piece. Dichroic glass is encased in pure lead crystal - a cold glass process known by only a handful of artisans throughout the world. Each brilliant sculpture is considered a rare piece of artwork...as valuable as diamonds!
Mr. Storms was introduced to cold glass after graduating with a BA in Art from Plymouth State College. As apprentice to an accomplished glass sculptor, Jack quickly became the studio manager and after just one year, moved to California to open the artists west coast production studio. In 2002, Jack opened Storm Works Studio, and introduced his own unique, fresh designs into the world of cold worked glass. "Many people see cold worked glass as being very technical and distant from the human experience. I try to overcome that and seek to make a bridge from myself to the work. I strive to bring a sense of organic nature to all of my pieces."
Jack has recently made great headway to new audiences. The Carmel Valley Rotary Club has presented Storms` work as an emissarial gift to the President of Nigeria to mark the occasion of the first blood bank on the continent of Africa. A commission to produce the LA Music Awards has led to inclusion in the collections of a growing list of celebrities. Juried into both the BAGI and Pilchuck auctions for 2005 and 2006, Jacks work is sought by discriminating collectors around the world.
Hallmark Gallery, specializes in Jack Storms' contemporary art glass sculptures. Jack Storms' hand-sculpted cold-cut crystal sculptures combine dichroic glass with pure optic lead crystal. Visit our art gallery nested in San Diego's renowned tourist destination, La Jolla Cove, on your next trip and see these brilliant artwork in person.