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Brian Graham shearing hot glass
Brian Graham has been working with hot glass since 1992 where he attended Kent State University and studied under American studio glass pioneer Henry Halem. While at Kent, he also studied archaeology & anthropology, and is heavily influenced by these two disciplines. Brian is interested in many forms of glass working including furnace blowing, torch work, fusing, and casting.

In 2016, Brian acquired the original 1 inch William J. Miller marble making machine that was used by the Peltier Glass Company from 1923 - 2010. Brian continues to make marbles utilizing the hand gathered and hand manipulated glass marble making processes but now uses the Miller marble machine to make the marbles round.

Brian employs the same "one-marble-at-a-time" hand gathering process first employed in the US by J.H. Leighton and later by machine marble manfacturer Peltier Glass Company. As such, Brian's marbles will exhibit the same design traits as vintage hand gathered marbles; a "9," looping "S" or comma pattern, a tail that wraps around the marble and an elongated shear mark where the gob of glass was cut off from the punty rod. Each marble is hand gathered, hand sheared, machine rounded, and then annealed to ensure it will last for generations.

Mr. Graham currently maintains a studio and art gallery called The Canal Fulton Glassworks and works as a Visual Arts teacher in NE Ohio.

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