Jason Trebolo

Jason lives and maintains his studio in Florence, OR.

"I am a full time lampworker and glassblower ..

"I learned the basics of lampworking by one of the masters of American glassblowing, Bob Snodgrass of Eugene Oregon.  I have since taken classes from Randall Grubb (at the Eugene Glass School),  Hans Ittig (Germany) and David Willis (assistant to Roger Paramore).  I have also attended lectures and demos from Million Townsend, Lucio Bubbaca, Cesar Toffolo and many more very skilled master glass workers."

This section is intended as more or less a history of the work of our artists.  As such, it is useful more as a means of seeing the evolution of an artists' work, rather than a representation of what the artist is currently creating. 

Techniques, colors used, and even form of color are elements that change over time for an artist.  And some pieces will remain unique combinations of color and movement that artist may not be able to reproduce.

Of course, there are some here that may be able to be duplicated - at least to some degree - by the artist.  Please contact us if there is a piece you may be interested in.

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Ocean Beaches
Glassblowing & Gallery

11175 NW Pacific Coast Hwy
Seal Rock, Oregon 97376
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