John Kobuki is a revered artisan whose mastery of glasswork has captivated audiences worldwide since 1995. Renowned for his expertise in the compression technique, Kobuki's craftsmanship elevates the art of marble-making to new heights. His dedication to perfection and innovation has earned him numerous accolades, including first place at the prestigious Eugene Flame Off competition for marbles.
With a portfolio gracing the pages of esteemed publications such as 100 Lampworkers and Glass Line Special Edition, Kobuki's artistic brilliance shines brightly in the glassworking community. His boundless creativity knows no bounds, as he effortlessly melds intricate designs with flawless execution.
Beyond his exceptional craftsmanship, Kobuki's passion for sharing his knowledge and expertise is evident through his teaching, demonstrations, and exhibitions throughout the United States and Japan. His influence extends far and wide, as he imparts his wisdom to aspiring glass artisans both domestically and internationally.
For Kobuki, each creation is a testament to his love for the craft and his relentless pursuit of artistic excellence. With a fervent belief in the limitless possibilities of glass, he revels in the challenge of pushing the boundaries of form and design. As he eloquently puts it, "I enjoy the challenge of creating something new with a finite shape and infinite design possibilities."
John Kobuki's dedication to his craft, coupled with his unwavering passion for innovation, cements his legacy as a true visionary in the world of glass artistry. His work continues to inspire and delight audiences, leaving an indelible mark on the ever-evolving landscape of contemporary glasswork.
Case: L 1.5" x W 2.5" x H 2.25"
Large Marble: Approximately L 1" x W 1" x H 1"
Small Marble: Approximately L 0.5" x W 0.5" x H 0.5"
Pill: Approximately L 0.25" x W 0.25" x H 0.9"
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