Welcome to Robbins Ranch Art Glass!
Hand Blown, Sculpted and Fused Glass
At Robbins Ranch Art Glass we create bright and whimsical, fun and functional hand blown glass. This website is a portfolio of our artwork and information about the process by which we make it. Many items we create are useful art objects that you can enjoy each and every day. Some of our most popular functional items include ring holders, dispensers, olive oil cruets, and hummingbird feeders.
In addition to the functional, we challenge our creative skills by rendering larger stacked yard totem sculptures that illuminate, and single edition bronze and glass tabletop sculptures. This work allows us to explore our imagination and break away from the repetition of production glass blowing.
When we are not working on functional art glass or sculptures, we make architectural elements for the home, such as solid glass doorknobs and cabinet pulls. A handcrafted glass knob will add eye candy to your doors and make your house uniquely different! We will work with you or your designer to make the perfect pulls.
Sometimes we need a break from standing in front of a hot glass furnace. Between our blowing cycles we take some time to fuse dichroic glass jewelry that we set in sterling silver. We make wearable art that is all hand fabricated and one of a kind. From Bolo Ties and Money Clips to Pendants to Zippo Lighters! We offer to you, our glass collectors, some very unique and color filled designs.
Shop for One of a Kind
While reviewing this website, please take note the images posted are samples of what we make. It’s all one of a kind, hand blown and fused glass art and no two pieces are exactly alike. Email or call us and we will send you photos of our current inventory. If we don’t have exactly what you are looking for, we will make it for you special order, and ship it to you ASAP!
To see our entire collection up close and personal, and purchase our art glass, come out to one of the juried arts and crafts festivals that we participate in. The nice thing about doing this is that you have an opportunity to meet us, and talk to us about how we make our artwork, and survive as a full time artist. We show at over 20 events each year in the Southwestern United States. Please visit the art festivals page to see when and where we are exhibiting next.
Contact us if you have any questions or would like to place an order.