Designed by Miles Macgregor / Sandblasted by Ron Branch for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Av Sandblasted mirror for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Az Etched shower panel. Designed by Miles Macgregor and sandblasted by Ron Branch for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix az. Etched shower panel - closeup Sandblasted for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Az. Designed by Bob Heathcote / Sandblasted by Ron Branch for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Av. Designed and sandblasted by Ron Branch for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Az. close up Birch trees sandblasted on clear glass by Ron Branch for Rich Lamothe and Chuck Franklin Grapevine sandblasted on clear glass for Chuck Franklin Glass Studio in Portland Oregon Grapevine close up Slumped form by Ray Algren of 'Fireart' in Portland Oregon. Carved fluting by Ron Branch Comissioned stained glass and wire sculpture by Ron Branch Designed by Miles Macgregor and sandblasted by Ron Branch for Mercury Glass Company in Phoenix Az.

Thanks For Visiting!

March 27th, 2010 by Ron

So what is this place anyway?
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Basically it’s the home studio of Ron and Micky Branch. We specialize in glass art – mostly etched glass, and stained glass. Our clientele are mainly other glass studios, but of course all inquiries are welcome. Email us about your project – if we can’t help you, we probably know who can. We are also currently in product development mode. Good things are in the works.

Stained Glass – We function as a stained glass overflow studio for several other local studios, providing top level craftsmanship in traditional leaded glass window fabrication. We will also take on repair work, and I am available for install work as well.

Sandblasting Service – I’ve been in the field for over twenty years, usually working in one studio or another, the techniques I use are highly specialized, advanced artistic rendering techniques in sandblasting, developed through experimentation over the years.

big_doorCapacity – A well designed workspace means our small square footage is capable of handling some pretty big jobs. The walk-in sandblast booth for example, has a 9 ft tall door.

Glasstone Studio is evolving, becoming more and more unique. I think that’s a good thing. As it grows, I am determined to allow it to be different.

Thanks ~ Ron

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Contact:

March 26th, 2010 by Ron

Email:   4branchs@comcast.net

Recently I’ve been becoming more and more aware of how many phone calls I’ve been missing. My phone often doesn’t ring, and then it goes straight to voicemail, and from there I don’t get notified about the voicemail for a long period of time… like a month. So please let’s start with an email – Thanks!