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The WyzGuy Radio Show, hosted by 16-yr Lampworker J.Michael , journeys through the stories of today's top talents in the world of glass sharing their successes, failures , and their passion for this medium. Whether a glass artist, collector or retail owner, we have a ton of fun in store for you. .
 
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Welcome to a Glass Blowers Companion Episode 27! It is finally time to kick off Season 6! Thank you to everyone that has tuned in to the show, shared it with your friends and family, reached out to me with a comment and to all of the artists and guests who have taken time from their day to share their glass journey's. Season 6 kicks off with one of…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion Ep.26-Kyle Geise With less than 6-years behind the torch Kyle has managed to diversify his lines of work allowing him to make a living and find success within his business. The 2021 Glass Vegas trade show was his first time vending outside of the typical craft fair scene and was able to find success with a little bit of or…
 
Wesley and I sit down in the Virtual Studio to chat about his journey as a glass artist and how bugs became his main focus. The details achieved in a realistic scale give Wesley’s creations a realism that could be compared to the Blaschka family’s creations of glass specimens made for study at the Harvard Botatincal exhibit. “One of Harvard Univers…
 
GBC Ep. 24: MTP- Cat Butts, Monkey Poop, and Getting Fit In this episode I sat down in the virtual studio at WyzGuy Media with Ben Barocas aka MTP and have a great conversation covering everything from his humble beginnings as a glass blower, where the inspiration for his Cat Butt series came from and the origins of his Artists tag MTP. You can fin…
 
Episode 23-Steven Randolph: Helping High Risk Companies Succeed In this episode I sit down in the virtual studio at WyzGuy Media with CEO of Aqua Payments, Steven Randolph. We discuss the issues a high risk business, like a Smoke Shop or Dispensary may face when it comes to receiving electronic payments. For many, loss of revenue and funds being co…
 
Glass Blowers Companion Ep.22- Gina "BoOts" Gaffner: Finding Narrative Through Your Customers Bio: BoOTs was born on October 13th in Green Bay, Wisconsin and started her glass career in Austin Texas in the fall of 2007. She has been refining her craft through experience and experimentations ever since. She finds inspiration in nature and daily life…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion Ep.21- Peter McPhillips: Pros and Cons of Social Media Groups Happy Fn New Year!!! For starters Welcome to the show if you are new to the show Hello and Welcome. 2020 was one hell of a year and I am excited for what 2021 has to bring. I hope you have evolved with the world as far as selling and marketing your work has gone…
 
GBC Ep. 20- Quinn: Create, Hustle, and Save for the Future "Quinn is a glassblower from Asheville, NC. He has worked in nearly every aspect of the industry, from collector, to distribution, to managing a retail store. Quinn works mainly with frit, using it as a basis for both production work and the occasional heady. " Find Quinn on Instagram @TLKQ…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion: Best of the Worst Studio Injuries VOl 1. REMASTERED In celebration of Halloween it's that time of year again to share to highlights of the stories, told by the artists, describing their horrific injuries of blood, burns, and mutilation. We are pleased to share these tales in hopes to remind you to always pay attention. Ar…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion Ep.18-Madeline Rile Smith This episode features the talented Madeline Rile Smithwho's current focus is creating glass musical instruments that push the boundries of human comfortability. Merging the scientific glass blowing with creative instrument making, Madeline's has created a body of work that creates a intimate exper…
 
GBC Ep17:Robert Mickelsen- From Fine Art to Degenerate Art This is a conversation that I’ve wanted to have for years. For myself personally, Robert Mickelsen has been a major influence in my glass work with his refined details and proportions. With 45 years of dedication to this wonderful medium of glass, Mickelsen has a ton of knowledge to share w…
 
WyzGuy Minute Ep.14- Why and How You Can Stay Hydrated in the Glass Studio Throughout the day as the outside temps rise, so does the temp inside your studio. As this happens your body temperature rises and you may begin to notice that you feel a bit foggy, your focus is lacking, and your eyes are burning from the salty sweat dripping in them. These…
 
My apologies for uploading the original file that was unfinished. When Hannah and I recorded I didn't realize the audio levels for my mic were turned down so low. It was quite the challenge to fix the issue and I'm still not 100% satisfied. However I felt the quality of the conversation was too good to redo so I hope you can bare with me and get th…
 
Glass Blowers Companion Ep.15- Rashan Jones: Black Lives Matter, Even in the Glass Industry For starters Happy 5th Anniversary to the show!!! Now to what really matters. This has to be the single most important conversation Ive had on this show. Rashan returns to share his experiences as a black man working within the glass industry. We cover a lot…
 
Welcome to A Glass Blowers Companion episode 14 featuring Blossom Knight whom is the Season 3 Session 1 winner and will go on to compete for the prize of Grand Champion against the winner of session 2 and 3. You can find Blosom on instagram @blossom_glass and The T.O.F. @tournament_of_fire. Thanks for listening and any questions or comments feel fr…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion Ep.13- Scoz This weeks episode features the return of Scott Tribble aka Scoz whom has been a glass artist for the last 20-years. He is best known for his style of functional Dragon sculptures but has recently found a love for painting abstract art. He shares his personal struggles that he felt kept him from reaching his fu…
 
GBC Ep. 12- Eli Mazet: The American Shot Glass and the Glass Machine Jason and Eli start the episode off chatting about the current events(akaCovid-19) going on around the world and ways they are managing their time. They also share some ideas on how you can use Live Streams to your advantage. Then the meat and potatoes of the show Eli shares insig…
 
EPISODE 13- WHY YOU NEED TO HAVE AN EMERGENCY FUND So far in this series "Getting your Financial House in Order", we've discussed establishing a budget for your business and personal life and how to figure out baseline costs of goods you are producing. Now that you are beginning to create a different mindset when it comes to how you run your busine…
 
Episode 8- Eli Mazet and Pipetown USA This week I return with a conversation featuring Eli Mazet. He last appeared on Episode 177 where he shared his project The American Shot glass ..... This time around he teams up with Joaquín of @blazingheartproductions to create this inside look into how Eugene,Oregon became Ground Zero for the birth of the Po…
 
Episode 204: Selling Your work during the holidays Show Sponsors Mountainglass Arts theflowmagazine.com USE PROMO CODE "WYZGUY" FOR 10% OFF YOUR ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION ______________________________________________________ Connect with me on social media: Instagram @wyzguy_radio and @jmichaelglass This is the time to begin gearing up for the holiday r…
 
A Glass Blowers Companion: Best of the Worst Studio Injuries VOl 1&2 In celebration of Halloween it's that time of year again to share to highlights of the stories, told by the artists, describing their horrific injuries of blood, burns, and mutilation. We are pleased to share these tales in hopes to remind you to always pay attention. Stay tuned t…
 
GBC Ep.7: Lawyer Luke Zimmerman esq. Returns " Trademark infringement is the unauthorized use of a trademark or service mark (or a substantially similar mark) on competing or related goods and services. The success of a lawsuit to stop the infringement turns on whether the defendant's use causes a likelihood of confusion in the average consumer. " …
 
A Glass Blowers Companion Episode 5: Mike and I have a great chat catching up on what he has been up to since his last visit on Episode 120 where Mike shared his journey and humble beginnings. He is known for his stylized glass dragons but also the consistent, refined work that he creates. We talk about how he's changed his process regarding the ti…
 
Episode 4 with Joaquín Herrera, director and co-producer of “Pipe Town USA” coming soon!!!!! Give him and myself a follow to stay up to date with @ #PipetownUSA funded by @lefrancisstudios & @elimazet | Story idea by Eli, & @nezua | Shot, Directed, Edited by @blazingheartproductions | Starring Eli Mazet, @cone12flat, financed by @lefrancisstudios, …
 
Welcome to: A Glassblowers Companion- Episode 3. This episode features highlights from two separate interviews featuring Attorney Luke Zimmerman esq. The first half mainly focuses on cannabis laws and IP ( intellectual property) and the second half focuses more on trademark and copyright laws. He will be returning for a third time updating us on cu…
 
GBC Ep. 2 : Jon “Shaggy” Boley- The Michael Phelps of Functional Art Today we discuss Shaggy’s art career not only as a glass artist but also other mediums. Shaggy won Season 2’s Grand Master Finals in "The Tournament of Fire" held by our friends @cherryglass. We have a great discussion about how he approaches his work, evolves through series and t…
 
The Flow magazine is offering all new webinar recordings and instructional videos bringing you hours of excitement and education to your own home or studio! Popular flameworking artists share techniques that will help you expand your skills and grow as an artist. use the link in the show notes to check out the entire selection and start amplifying …
 
WyzGuy Minute Ep.8: Repetition vs. Deliberate Practice What is Deliberate Practice? According to an article written on personal growth https://medium.com/personal-growth/the-beginners-guide-to-deliberate-practice-b99752dd4392 Deliberate practice refers to a special type of practice that is purposeful and systematic. While regular practice might inc…
 
Welcome to Ep.216 featuring the Founders of Glass Vegas Starting in 2016 Lee Anne(owner) and Amy (co-founder/show manager) debuted Glass Vegas, a new trade show with a focus on High-End functional glass art. This new venture gives the glass artist a new space to grow and develop relationships not only with other fellow artists but also with retaile…
 
WyzGuy Minute Ep.7: Hot Glass and Cold Glass Look the Same Whether you're a novice or a seasoned glass artist I can guarantee you've burned yourself once or twice and hopefully just from hot glass. Those of us unlucky ones who have been kissed by the flame have a clear understanding of what a 3rd degree burn entails. Don’t get me wrong, 1st and 2nd…
 
bio- Born in a beach town, culture has always been my primary form of expression- From surfing to music to art to celebrating life and success with my family- I've consistently expressed my ideas thru media of culture itself- I received my Crafts degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Fine Arts with a concentration in glass- The…
 
WyzGuy Minute EP.6:Cleanliness is next to Godliness As many episode before this, current circumstances become the inspiration behind an episode. This one is no different Recently I’ve been experimenting with application of color and new prep techniques and what dawned on me is the only way I’m ever going to have a successful result is if the glass …
 
Episode 214-Chelsy Joy: The 7-Pillars of Health Chelsy Joy : Today Id like to share with you 7 core Health & Wellness Pillars which assist your body in being the most awesome, solid creative, gorgeous human art form and tie all the info we talk about today into the same pillars which make your glass blowing art & glass business a success. So let’s …
 
Kres Bug is an American Counter Culture Mixed Media Artist. Born Samuel James Cullen Pesendian in Santa Barbara, California in 1985, he currently resides in northern Colorado. Kres Bug is heavily inspired by his California upbringing and exposure to graffiti and graffiti culture to produce his works. With backgrounds in graffiti, glass pipes, and m…
 
WyzGuy Minute Ep.5: The importance of taking care of your body and saving for Emergencies : You ever bend over to pick something up or turn to look at something quickly and suddenly feel a sharp pain in your lower back? This is potentially a warning sign for a back injury. According to TheGoodBody.com "About 80% of adults are estimated to experienc…
 
Episode 165: James Newcomb AKA Jimi the Don @mindfulglassworks on Instagram Bio: I was born in Providence, Rhode Island, 16th of June, year of our science, 1980.I dropped out of college to get into business management, traveled around the country for a bit, sold glass for people at shows and festivals and such. Started working with glass as a mediu…
 
Episode 211-Wyoming Mofo As a full time glass artist residing in the great state of Wyoming, his seclusion to the outside world hindered his growth as an artist for the first decade of his career. Then one day he was introduced to the work of talented artist SALT and it changed his life forever. Upon taking a class from SALT, he was introduced to n…
 
Episode 210: Aaron Evan- Love Yourself not Your Ego For well over a decade Aaron Evans has been spreading his distinct D.I.Y. brand of rebellious, uplifting and brutally honest artwork around the world. He ran Dove Ink Records, an Indy Hip Hop Label with his good friend Illogic. He published gonzo style articles in counter culture publications foun…
 
Ep. 209(From the Vault) Mike Luna Episode 120- Talking Dragons with Mike Luna @mikelunaglass on Instagram What's going on?? Thanks for tuning in and continuing to follow the show. This was a great conversation with one Mike Luna, someone who's work I have personally admired for close to a decade. Currently Mike is known for his line of dragons but …
 
Episode 208(From the Vault): Bhandu Scott Dunham- From Mad Scientist to Master Lampworker ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Previously aired from Episode 170, Bandhu and I sit down in the virtual studio and discuss many topics pertaining to glass and his career. Find out what sparked his initial interest i…
 
Episode 207-Jake Szymanski, aka @jakespinsglass on Instagram, was first exposed to the art of glass blowing at the age of 12 years old while visiting Wheaton Village in New Jersey. While in his teenage years he still had a burning desire to revisit this medium and finally dove into it at the age of 19. Eventually he enrolled into the Salem Communit…
 
Episode 156- Why, What, and How? Three questions to ask yourself regarding your motivation to be a glass artist. These three questions are important to ask yourself when finding your way during the journey as a glass artist. With many obsticals that can hinder ones growth as an artist it's important to keep these questions in mind. Why are you a gl…
 
During the Holiday Grind getting through the days where you wanna be somewhere else besides the studio can be one of the most difficult disciplines of a business owner. The days where you’d rather stay in bed, or hike a trail instead of full-filling an order and having to make that umpteenth wrap and rake spoon or implosion pendant. When your drive…
 
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