“Eusheen was born in a small village known as Takilma Oregon on january 3rd 1979. He comes from a family full of artists and musicians. His mother being a textile weaver and songwriter along with many other arts, taught Eusheen from a young age how to live off of art, how to travel and be nomadic. By age 18 Eusheen was traveling through out the country on his own working at Renaissance Faires, living a gypsy type lifestyle.
It wasn’t until January of 2000 that Eusheen was working at a smokeshop in Grants Pass Oregon that he discovered the art of Flameworking glass. He was inspired and moved into a small apartment next to a studio with other lampworkers spending the majority of his free time on the torch. Eusheen apprenticed with Mike Luna for two years and had lessons with Darby Holm early in his career. After getting the basics of lampworking down Eusheen continued to travel around the country with his new found art. Finally in november of 2005 he stopped in Tucson Arizona where he became re-inspired. Attending the Flame Off, Best Bead Show and Gem Show Eusheen felt a strong connection to the glass art community and met many other artists.
Today Eusheen lives in Evergreen Colorado where he shares a newly built studio with his friends Nate Miers, Justin Cothren (WJC), and Lacy St George. Eusheen has collaborated with other glass artists such as Darby, Nate Miers, WJC, Adam G, Ben Burton, Shackman, Lacy St George, Natey Biskind, Sven, Robert Mickelsen, Joe Peters, Elbo, Dan Coyle, Germ, Marcel Braun, Chris Carlson, Jason Lee, Quave, Scott Deppe, Marbleslinger, Hops, Mike Luna, ESP, and many others. With a new studio and tools to work with Eusheen is always looking for new ways to push his limits as a glass artist. Continuing to learn new styles, collaborating with other artists and teaching classes Eusheen will most definitely be a strong force in the glass art community for years to come.”