Jeremy Sinkus Glass Artist
To Jeremy Sinkus, manipulating molten glass with fire is a way to look closer and experience what he loves with an almost extreme mode of consciousness. This heightened sense of awareness is what he strives to maintain.
Jeremy Sinkus works predominantly in flameworked or lampworked borosilicate glass. He often uses glass powders and frits in his work to obtain a natural, organic feel. He also applies cold working techniques such as sandblasting, grinding, and polishing to soften the surface, etch the glass, or achieve a crisp, clear finish.
Jeremy Sinkus first studied lampworking in 2003 with Sally Prasch at the Worcester Center For Crafts. He has also studied privately with glass artists Milon Townsend and Emilio Santini. The many years and thousands of hours of studio time spent with glass have been the foundation of his experience and growth as an artist.
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Glass Aquatic, Sandwich, Massachusetts, Sandwich Glass Museum, 2009