In addition to providing a seasonal line of glass home accents and gallery pieces, Luke offers glass blowing classes at his studio for more than 7,500 people each year. “[Blowing glass] is a lot closer to playing in a band or working in a kitchen than say, painting or photography,” the fine artist says. “It’s hot; it’s brutally hot the whole time, and you’re moving fast and everyone’s working together. You’re depending on everyone around you doing things at the same time, and it really is a lot of fun.”
Available online or in his storefront, Luke Adams Gifting Co., his stunning pieces are a tribute to this creative team’s hard work and patience. “I love what I do, and hopefully you can see that in the pieces I create,” Luke says.
Working with glass, no doubt has it’s challenges, but it is also a ton of fun. “It’s like playing music with your friends,” Luke says of glass blowing. “There’s a real social, team aspect to it. Without my team I wouldn’t be able to get anything done.”