The WyzGuy Radio Show with Jason Michael -Helping Today's Glass Artist Think Like an Artistic Entrepreneur
About This Show
The WyzGuy Radio Show is dedicated to Educating and Inspiring through conversations with todays top-talents in the world of glass. Along with Artists, Host Jason Michael shares conversations with experts in areas pertaining to law, health, and business in hopes to bring light to areas of concern. Whether its heavy metal toxins, paying taxes, or how to properly set up a glass studio, we have a ton of fun in store for you.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 163- Sabina Boehm...Bringing a Feminine Vibe to a Male Dominated Industry
5-day Marble Class Learn a new marble tech each day August 7-11 2017 at The Pittsburg Glass Center https://www.pittsburghglasscenter.org/calendar She also has an archived compression marble webinar help by Glass Craft that is still available. Check the link below http://m.glasscraftinc.com/home/glm/page_39076_992/compression_marbles_with_sabina_boehm_2017.html --—------------------------------------- BIO Sabina was Born in Canada, grew up in Miami and Moved to Seattle in the early 90's where she began her glass career (via an apprenticeship) in 1994 Sabina Boehm's natural talent has always drawn her to the arts. In 1994, as Seattle's Borosilicate art glass movement was gaining momentum, she secured an apprenticeship. Then used those first years gaining knowledge through observation, practice, taking classes and networking. In the late 1990's, Sabina started a cooperative glass studio. She later work with Momka's Glass Company testing color for the glass chemist, this gave her an insightful knowledge of glass. The medium has great feminine appeal, and the meditative process has kept her blowing for the past 23 years. In 2005 and 2006, Sabina was awarded first place in the marble category at the very prestigious Eugene Glass School Flame Off. Marbles have been important in her work for many years, recently she has broadened her horizons to include figurative and sculptural work. She has been invited to share her skills and experience teaching throughout the US, Cananda and Germany, and doing live demonstration venues such as the Tacoma Glass Museum and the EMP in Seattle. You can find her work published in various magazines and on the web.