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Glass artist Pam Sutton employs several glassmaking techniques including lampworking using a torch, kiln firing, and coldworking for grinding and polishing. Several of these methods are often combined to form an individual piece.

The glass used in Crystal Wind’s designs has been specifically formulated for contemporary glasswork. It comes from small manufacturers in the United States, and from Italy where glassmaking has been a tradition for centuries.