Scott Hartley, IAG
Scott Hartley began his career as a High School Biology teacher with a desire to make a positive impact on others lives. His passion for art and the process of blowing glass drew him from teaching to becoming a full-time artist. His studio and gallery space, Infinity Art Glass, is located in Benton, Kansas.
"My life was great. I married my high school sweetheart, had a great family, and was doing my best to have an impact on the lives of today’s children, but something was missing. I searched and realized that there was one thing that was missing from my life — art. I quit my teaching job to pursue my love for art full time, and I could not be happier. GLASS is my escape. GLASS is the glimmer in my eye. GLASS gives me that same huge smile and flutter in my chest that I had on that Sunday morning staring at the church bulletin. GLASS is the perfect marriage of both art and science! My wife, my family, and my art have shaped me into the person I am today. My work is hard — both physically demanding and mentally draining — but it is by far the most rewarding work that I have ever done in my life. If you question my love, my happiness, and my joy that I have found in art and glass, look into my eyes…the shine is bright, just like a piece of glass. Be careful, or you just might catch the fever."
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