Art By Alexandra

Fairfax,  VA 
United States
  • Booth: 113

I started painting a long time ago, then I discovered glass flamework. Melting glass is challenging but with practice, and better understanding of "cause and effect", amazing results can be achieved. For example a very realistic, 3-dimensional flower may be created using the implosion technique. the use of twisted color glass will add variegation and beauty to


  • Flameworked glass jewelry
    Handmade glass jewelry involving melting, and shaping the glass, and using techniques such as implosion to create a three-dimensional design within the object... Pieces include pendants, bracelets, rings, earrings. Each creation is unique....

  • Very unique flameworked jewelry i create in my studio in Fairfax, Va. I use made-in-America borosilicate glass. Using techniques such as implosion, i incorporate 3-dimensional flowers that truly "look real" inside a pendant. Since i also paint, i love mixing glass rods of different colors to add to the realism of each piece. Products include bracelets, earrings, rings and necklaces. I make my own beads with soft, Murano glass. I recently used recycled wine bottles of different colors to make interesting, unique neclaces...

  • Flameworked Glass jewelry
    Flameworked glass jewelry including pendants, bracelets, earrings, ring and necklaces....

  • Flamework involves the use of a torch mixing propane and oxygen. Borosilicate glass, clear and/or colored is melted in the flame and shaped by the artist. Techniques such as implosion allow the creation of three-dimensional flowers "floating" into clear glass. Mixing and twisting rods of different colors adds to the realism of each motif.