There is a documentary called ‘Degenerate Art: The Art and Culture of Glass Pipes’ that actually covers the history and relevance of Bob Snodgrass and his art. How it was first sold at Grateful Dead shows in the parking lot and helped grow borosilicate glass art. How Bob invented fuming boro with precious metals. It’s a long list of firsts. The Snodgrass family is a family of glass artists who all came up under Bob’s teaching, and they have glass art in their DNA. They live in a compound in Eugene, Oregon where they all blow glass together. Bob’s family creates beautiful glass in the Snodgrass style. We’re excited to have these pieces in our gallery!
This is a stunning piece of glass art by Bob Snodgrass III, Bob’s son. To say the fuming is amazing is an understatement. There are several fuming approaches on this piece with different primary colors in each. It shimmers like a gem with color in the sunlight. This is a signed piece with “RES” in the fuming on the base of the can. A deep bowl on this and a generous carb make for a nice functional flower piece. The ergonomics are perfect. If you look at the arrangement of the marbles and milli’s on the can you can see how your hand will fit them. It’s really comfortable. Did we mention the fuming? It’s amazing! The color change with use is going to be special here. This piece is going to be a highlight of someone’s collection. More beautiful glass from the most legit glass family on planet Earth!
As always if you have questions about your Snodgrass, you can always reach out to @SnodgrassGlass_Official account on Instagram as well as us. This hammer is 7 inches long, 2.25 inches wide, and 2.75 inches tall.