Brooke and Brian Holzhammer's Profile

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One day we asked ourselves, what could be harder than trying to make a living in this world as an artist? Well, that would be both of us trying to make our livings as artists. Then, for an extra challenge, we added 3 kids to the equation, plus a handful of rescued animals, a humble homestead, a splash of stubbornness, and just a dash of denial. That's our guaranteed recipe for success. If you measure your success in family meals, dog kisses, and compost. We do.

Brian began blowing glass in 1995 on an abandoned honey farm in NW Arkansas. By 2000, he began teaching me how to sculpt glass, and we have shared a studio ever since.

Our home is in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont, where the Family Tree Glass studio looks out at the majestic Green Mountains. Together we share a passion for glass art, running our home business, and a…

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  • Joined November 25, 2007

Favorite materials

borosilicate glass

About

One day we asked ourselves, what could be harder than trying to make a living in this world as an artist? Well, that would be both of us trying to make our livings as artists. Then, for an extra challenge, we added 3 kids to the equation, plus a handful of rescued animals, a humble homestead, a splash of stubbornness, and just a dash of denial. That's our guaranteed recipe for success. If you measure your success in family meals, dog kisses, and compost. We do.

Brian began blowing glass in 1995 on an abandoned honey farm in NW Arkansas. By 2000, he began teaching me how to sculpt glass, and we have shared a studio ever since.

Our home is in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont, where the Family Tree Glass studio looks out at the majestic Green Mountains. Together we share a passion for glass art, running our home business, and a love of homesteading, homeschooling, and raising our organic free-range family.

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