Chris Eberhardt has been melting glass for over 6 years. Over that time he has developed a unique style all his own. Intricate pendants and his trademark bottle shape can be found all over his workstation as well as his social media pages. When not on his own torch working his magic, Chris can be found lending a hand to beginners and leading all sorts of classes here at Skylab.
David Schuster found his love for glass art while taking glassblowing classes at Anoka Ramsey Community College. After several years learning in the studios there, he decided he wanted to take his love for glass art to the next level and opened Skylab Glass Arts with one thing in mind: Creating the perfect studio for seasoned artists and beginners alike. David specializes in custom glassware, chains, pendants and keychains.
Alex Kasick began his glass art career working soft glass at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. Over the last few years, he has attended several workshops and classes led by world renown artists that can be credited with his deep knowledge of the way glass can be melted and manipulated. This is coincidentally how he has also developed amazing teaching skills that he puts to work here at Skylab Glass Arts!
Ben Vasko settles for nothing less than perfection. His incredibly intricate and unique approach to color fading and trademark “firecolor” style along with his meticulous shaping and design have created a cult-like following for his work.