Sabina Boehm grew up in a non-typical artistic household, filled with crafts, siblings and a lifestyle which encouraged her art. She learned to blow glass in 1994, as the borosilicate art movement was just gaining momentum. In the late 1990's, Sabina started a cooperative glass studio. She later work with Momka's Glass Company, testing color for the glass chemist. This experience gave Sabina a profound understanding of the theory and chemistry of glass color. In 2004, Sabina took a class and became friends with John Kobuki; since then, marbles have been an important focus of Sabina's work. In the past few years, Sabina has begun exploring sculptural work and costuming. Sabina likes for art to touch her life in as many ways as possible. Find Sabina's work published in various magazines and on the web.