Welcome & Introduce

Hi! my name is Jack Storms!

I took up the major, along with a minor in art history with a studio emphasis. But the more I learned about art, the more I realized just how much I wanted to make a name for himself in the field—a field that’s been explored to the point of exhaustion throughout history. What I didn’t know then was that I’d discover something that would push back the frontiers of contemporary art in a significant way.

During my junior year at Plymouth State University, I snagged a job working for a glass artist who’d been experimenting with a technique that captured my imagination—combining lead crystal and dichroic glass using a cold-glass process.

Fascinated by its potential, I spent a year learning the ropes of the technique. But to me, there was always more—more aspects to dig into, more ideas to sift through, more designs to test out and call my own.

I work with blocks of lead crystal, I cut them several times, grinding and polishing each slice. Then, with the precision of a surgeon, I insert dichroic glass between them at every stage, pausing to glue and cure them before repeating the process. In the end the result:

  • Glass sculptures—shaped like cubes, eggs and even champagne glasses.
  • Wine bottles—that flaunt a chaotic display of color, pieces that not only passively draw attention, but demand it with urgency.

It took several years of guesswork, a boatload of tenacity and a viral video or two, but fast forward 13 years, and my business is running full swing. My pieces have found homes in numerous private collections, and two even made into Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. Looking closely at any of his pieces, especially when the colors within emerge to hit the daylight and furiously sparkle, there’s ample evidence that I successfully turned an amorphous vision into a clear-cut reality.

My Work

Recent Work

Crosscut Spherix

The Crosscut Spherix was a long envisioned dream. We always wanted to craft our crystal cores into orbs, but he never had the means of shaping the glass. Finally We has the tools and the discipline to make the Spherix. Using the ever popular Crosscut Core, the Crosscut Spherix was born. A repackaged masterpiece that drinks in light and shines like the sun.

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Magik Chroma Cube

Cold glass takes this universally approachable form, the cube, to the next level. The Magik Chroma Cube features a very intricate triple cut core making it a cube sculpture like nothing you’ve ever seen before. The Magik Chroma Cube refracts, reflects and casts colored shadows. It takes the artist 12 months to finish each one of these unique pieces of fine art.

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Rey & Reina

Chess has long been considered a game which parallels real life. The balance of strategy, sacrifice and compromise can lead success on the chessboards as well as with everyday obstacles. We, being a fan of the game of chess, pays homage with the Rey y Reina. Much like Jack and Vivian, together they make a strong and regal pair. One’s strengths complimenting the others weaknesses and visa versa. The Rey y Reina, when placed side by side, seem locked in and eternal waltz of light and color.

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Purple Phoenix

While working on an Aerial, a studio accident happened and left the Aerials tip shattered to pieces. Instead of getting frustrated at the situation, we envisioned a different piece from what was left of the Aerial as it was lying on the studio floor. The Phoenix had risen from the crystal pieces to show us its colorful and vibrant form. The purple glass used on this piece does not exist since 2009 therefore this is a sold out piece. Storms Fine Art currently have available the 3th large Purple Phoenix ever made dated back to 2005.

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Rhyton Vessel

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Vertical Vase

The base need to be meticulously ground and polished before laminating to the top and base.

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