I’m quite fond of Lambert’s glass, having used it in various projects for over 45 years.
I find the making of glass quite interesting, silica, lime, soda, and metal oxides, heated to around 3000 F. But what really fascinates me is how this molten material is made into sheets of glass.
In an age when most products are mass-produced using computers, artificial intelligence, and robots, Lamberts continues the time-honored tradition of glassblowing. This gives the glass its “character” through the use of texture, bubbles, and striations in hundreds of colors
.I find myself in almost a state of reverence when working with this beautiful material. It inspires me to do my best as I continue it’s journey into a work of art.