Jeff Holmwood studied glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design from 1990 - 94. He has worked as a technician and instructor at Red Deer College's Summer Program since 1993 and has also worked as a technician and teacher's assistant at the Pilchuck Glass School.
Jeff's Electrical Kool-Aid series, based on Murrini (Mosaic) Glass won him second place at an International Glass Conference in San Francisco in 1994. His keen interest in Murrini Glass continues as evidenced by Tessarae Stem Goblets where Murrini are used as a structural component.
Jeff has also pursued kinetic glass and glass sculpture, in 1996 he had a solo Show at Devonian Gardens where he installed glass sculptures and a kinetic glass water wheel in their ponds.
Jeff exhibits his work nationally and internationally and opened a Hot Shop in March 1999.