Glass artist Jody Fine makes beautiful sculptural pieces, bowls, and glass wine stoppers from his intricately detailed glass marbles. Long recognized as a master of his craft, is accomplished in the classical Italian techniques of latticino, murrini, and millifiori. Fine uses these ancient methods to create contemporary "off-hand" blown pieces. Following studies at New York’s Bard College and the University of California at San Diego, Jody received a National Endowment for the Arts master-apprenticeship grant to study glassblowing under Maestro William Bernstein. He established his own studio, J. Fine Glass, in 1980. His works have been shown at major museums and galleries, and reside in numerous private and public collections. Patrons include American Crafts Museum in New York, the Seattle Museum of Art, The Triton Museum in California, The deYoung Museum in San Francisco, Marble Collectors Society of America, the Smithsonian, the Corning Glass Museum, and President Bill Clinton’s White House collection. Jody's beautiful art glass wine stoppers are the perfect way to display his world-renowned marbles. Jody creates his art glass marbles and vessels at his studio in Mason, Michigan.