Although I grew up fascinated with art and hoped to pursue a career in the arts, things changed as I got a bit older. The 1980’s recession hit just as I was starting college and I was persuaded to pursue other options and ended up with a career in Information Technologies (yes, a computer geek.)
My wife was the one who helped me get back into art, she decided that I was bored and suggested that I take a class in stained glass back in 1993 (well, I was hooked) and I worked with stained glass until 2003 when I took my first glass fusing class. I continued to create both stained glass and fused glass art but as I am now getting closer to ending my career in information technologies, I am starting to look for a second career as a fused glass artist.
In 2015, I decided to take glass fusing to the next level and started James Brown Art Glass. I am still excited each and every time I open the kiln to see how the pieces turn out. It is fascinating to me how heat, some chemical reactions and light can transform glass into beautiful art work.
Inspiring the imagination, with Kiln Formed Glass Art.
Harnessing creativity and perfecting the craft with practical experience
Ever-advancing my skills and perspective, I'm only as good as my last piece.