Glass artist Rosemary Pierro lives on Kauai and is influenced by the natural beauty of her surroundings. The glasswork that Rosemary creates is in the tradition of lampworking which today uses a propane/oxygen torch. Using borosilicate glass, commonly known as Pyrex, she melts clear and colored rods up to temperatures of 5000 where it becomes like honey. Each piece is individually sculpted by Rosemary. Finally, all glasswork is heated in a kiln to 1015 then slowly cooled to allow the glass to destress and stabilize.