Rees Bowen, the man behind Spiralglass, has worked with glass as an art medium for more than two decades. While studying at London’s Architectural Association School of Architecture in the late 1980s and early ’90s, Bowen honed his creative process and was soon creating art across a number of media, including glass, steel, wood, and photography. The art that sells in Spiralglass ranges from decorative plates to thin, winding vases to abstract paintings. Though many of Bowen’s glass pieces have twirling designs, the name Spiralglass doesn’t necessarily come from the look of his art. Instead, Bowen says “spiral” refers to the energy that flows between his works, connecting each piece of art to the next.