Ed Branson

"I'm not trying to create new forms and colors as much as I'm trying to discover them. Mastering glass is in understanding it, not controlling it."

Ed Branson's blown glass pieces capture the beauty, color, and form of the medium, as well as some of what he considers to be the magic of glassblowing. His work explores the innate relationship between the nature of glass and the organic forms and colors of the environment.

In his work, Branson focuses on the creative glassblowing process. While trained and experienced in a variety of traditional glassblowing techniques, he chooses to stretch his knowledge and experiment as he explores the nature of the glass. His curiosity and inventiveness have led him to discover many new techniques that he incorporates in his pieces.

Since 1982, glass has had a constant presence in Branson's life. Though his relationship with glass has been enhanced by studying with some of the world's glass masters, his knowledge of this magic material is predominantly built on day-to-day experience and practice in his studio. This path has led him to a fairly simple artistic approach: trust the glass, have fun, accept mistakes, study nature, and search for beautiful forms and colors inherent in glass' personality.

Diamond Fossil Leaf in Gold
Art Glass Sculpture

$ 2,100
$ 1,785
Diamond Fossil Leaf in Red
Art Glass Sculpture

$ 2,100
$ 1,785
Art Glass Sculpture

$ 1,650
$ 1,402.50
Arbor Bowl
Art Glass Bowl

$ 650
$ 552.50
Tropical Bowl
Art Glass Bowl

$ 2,190
$ 1,861.50
Tropical Pitcher Plant Vases
Art Glass Vase

$ 225
$ 191.25
Wave Bowl
Art Glass Bowl

$ 1,430
$ 1,215.50
Transparent Pitcher Plant Vases
Art Glass Vase

$ 175
$ 148.75
Dipped Vase
Art Glass Vase

$ 166
$ 141.10
Selva Leaves
Art Glass Sculpture

$ 4,250
$ 3,612.50
Little Dipper
Art Glass Vase

$ 124
$ 105.40
Calla Vases
Art Glass Vase

$ 195
$ 165.75