These Pieces are currently available from Glass Quest or at one of the fine art galleries were Mark Ellingers glass is sold. Please contact Glass Quest or the gallery for more info.
| || Marcus Ellinger - Blowing glass since 2008 with his father Mark, Marcus has a great feel for working the glass and is creating wonderful sculptures and bringing a new and creative look to the glass work coming out of Glass Quest.
| ||Modern Art Glass floats, for home, Garden &ponds. XSM-3''+ SM- 4''+ MED-5''+ LG-6''+ XLG sizes available.
Made in the old world style with Modern american art designs from Glass Quest, Using one of a kind color technics created by Mark Ellinger.|
| ||These Art Glass Floats are more intricate in designs. This requires additional time and care to create. Multiple colors are applied and then manipulated with great concentration &skills that have been practiced to achieve the end results.|
| ||Shell Starfish Sculptures are all one piece, shell and starfish made separately and then joined together with great care to create a one of a kind creation.|
| ||Fan Bowls are difficult &fun to make each one has a different personality. |
| ||This is where it all takes Place about 75 feet from my home in this Quansa hut that I put up for the studio. It is a great space and perfect for blowing.|
| ||Snow people are the creation of Mark &Marcus having fun making different hats for each one. Making some of our states sports teams colors has been a fun challenge.|| ||www.glassquest.com|
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31808 W. LK. Ketchum RD.
Stanwood, WA 98292
|Mark A. Ellinger , A native of Puget Sound, Washington, Mark started blowing glass in 1983 &served as the Artistic director, Production Mgr, &Head glass blower for a well respected Pacific Northwest glassblowing studio for 15 years.
In 1998 Mark built and founded "Glass Quest "in rural Stanwood, Washington. Mark's son Marcus is now blowing glass with Mark and has been blowing glass at Glass Quest since 2008 Father and son team up and feed off each others creativity and are creating new works.
Mr. Ellinger has won numerous awards for his innovative uses of color &form, which developed from his love of the Art Nouveau period and the natural surroundings of the Puget sound. His pieces grace both individual and corporate collections around the world.
Statement - "The free form beauty of the Puget Sound region is the inspiration of my artwork. Nature provides an endless pallet of color and form that lends itself to the nature of glass in its molten state. the breeze of a sunny day, the ebb &flow of a tide,...|