I finally did it! After so many requests, I finally set up a store that will offer some of your favorite Fay Katherine glass art images on T-shirts, clocks, journals, and more! Just click on the link below. Come visit my store on CafePress!
Most of the glass I purchase is from the following suppliers:Arrow Springs
I buy most of my tools from Craig and some of my glass here too. Frantz Glass
Mike imports some great colors from Italy. Flametree Glass
Lance and Maureen have glass supplies and awesome classes.Glassdaddy
focuses on Lauscha glass
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I am a member of Bonded by Fire, an online glass artist community.
The American master of soft glass. Loren is amazing and his glass art is highly sought after around the world. Loren offers classes at his studio too.
Retro Beads is a website for me to sell many of my vintage beads. All of my vintage beads are from a Miriam Haskell bead lot that I purchased years ago.
High quality vintage beads mostly from Austria, Czechoslavakia,West Germany, and Japan.
Awesome kiln-formed glass art.
Bernadette Fuentes creates beautiful lampwork beads and jewelry. I love her new aquatic themed hands.
Deanna and Greg are an amazing talented husband-wife team. You can find marbles, murrini, and lots of beads on their site.
Misha and Matt create gorgeous glass art. My favorites are their marbles and paperweights with multiple flowers.
My friend Lisa creates beautiful jewelry. I love the contemporary feel to her work.
Kaye creates pretty floral beads and her husband Dan loves to make encased round beads.
This mother-daughter duo is dynomite. Angi and Vern not only create fab beads but are a ton of fun to hang out with.