Beau Anderson, born in Bellingham, WA 4/4/80, was introduced to the torch by his mother Sage at the young age of seven. He has demonstrated and instructed the art of flameworking throughout the Americas and the world, both at a grassroots level and at such prestigious institutions as Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center and Pilchuck Glass School.
Beau’s passion for travel, new experiences, and his love of the natural world are reflected in his art and instruction style. An advocate for conservation and sustainability, Beau strives for optimal efficiency and a positive impact in his production methods and instruction techniques.
People recognize Beau for his versatility, precision, charisma, and dedication to his art. Beau’s flair for elaborate detail, virtually flawless execution and wide range of themes make his works creations that collectors will treasure forever.
Some publications and exhibitions Beau has been included in:
- The History Of Beads Book by Lois Sherr Dubin,
- Beads OF Glass by Cindy Jankisn,
- Beading For The Soul,
- Ornament Magazine,
- The Japanese Lampworking Festival,
- Glass art Society Fashion Show
- …and more.