Jason Marstall is a glass artist and craftsman who works with blown forms, classic Venetian techniques, and most recently, solid figurative sculpture. He started working with hot glass in 2003 and has since been making art while refining his skills and developing his style. Jason received his Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from the University of Arizona in 2008.  In 2018, Jason was an artist-in-residence at Salem State University in Massachusetts, where he developed his hot sculpted series using clear solid glass to focus on his interest in figurative forms, texture and gesture. He has worked as a production glassblower for Tom Philabaum and is currently the lead instructor and gaffer at Sonoran Glass School.