Jack Roseman

Jack Roseman began working with glass as an artistic medium in 1967 in his hometown of Johnstown, PA. In 1974 he opened the Emporium near Johnstown. It housed his glass studio, a fine craft gallery and his family's residence. In 1982 they relocated to Tarpon Springs FL where he had a studio and eventually a gallery/studio in the historic downtown - Fusion Fine Crafts. He was very active in the revival of downtown Tarpon Springs. He and his wife created an acoustic music space, The Iron Horse, that won several awards, in the old train station. It was operated entirely by unpaid volunteers (including themselves). They also operated a small gourmet food store for a while. Looking for new challenges and inspiration, they left Tarpon Springs in 2007 and moved to a new home and studio near Canyon Lake, Texas. The house and studio are nestled in the oaks and cedars in the beautiful hill country about midway between Austin and San Antonio. Jack has been creating his wonderful works of art for over 47 years. His original designs are very unique and are one of a kind. Stop by the Copper Shade Tree to take a look at his new works.

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