Welcome to Fortuna Fine Arts

Fortuna Fine Arts is a digital glass art gallery that represents a collection of independent glass artists, enthusiasts, and collectors. The pieces on display at any given time in Fortuna’s gallery are entered into a sweepstakes that you can win! 

Earn reward points through various social media engagement options and redeem them for entries into the sweepstakes. Additional entries are also available for purchase. Maximum of 20 entries per contestant per sweepstakes. See Official Contest Rules for more information as well as mail-in entry alternatives.

Those who choose to purchase a monthly Fortuna subscription will earn additional reward points each month and a flat 20% discount on all entries, whether redeemed with reward points or purchased with USD. 


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Latest Winners

Sweepstakes Products Winners

S.No Winners Name Product Name Start Date End Date Gift Products
1 natashautley1992 Orange Floral Implosion December 1, 2022 12:00 AM December 31, 2022 11:59 PM Orange Floral Implosion (Kob01)
2 samuelson.andy Pink Sparkling Mums December 1, 2022 12:00 AM December 31, 2022 11:59 PM Pink Sparking Mums (Hat01)
3 natashautley1992 Starry Night v2 #052 Murrine December 1, 2022 12:48 AM December 31, 2022 11:59 PM Starry Night Murrine (P3301)
4 fauna.fotsttn Blue Opal Galaxy Marble November 1, 2022 12:48 AM November 30, 2022 11:59 PM Blue Opal Galaxy (Sim01)
5 commence_user Nebula October 18, 2022 12:01 AM October 28, 2022 12:00 AM -
6 commence_user Lottery #3 September 26, 2022 5:00 PM September 27, 2022 4:26 PM New Marble

Featured Artists

Sabina started blowing glass in 1994 and spent some of the early years of her career as a partner and tester for Momka color. She met and learned from the legendary John Kobuki in 2004 and from there began mastering her marble craft. Sabina Boehm, like Kobuki, is known especially for her anatomical floral marbles and bright and unique color palettes, however she is also very prolific with larger sculptural work and organic forms.

Rick Satava was introduced to glass in 1969 and had established a studio under his own name by 1977. Being among the original American master glass workers, Richard's work has evolved multiple times over his nearly 50 years blowing glass. It wasn't until the mid 90's that he began to focus on ocean life in particular, and his famous jellyfish designs were born. To this day a Satava jellyfish is instantly recognizable, and serves as a testament to his nearly five-decade dedication to the craft.

Project 33 is an art experiment to create alternative currency in the form of 'Art Units'. Spearheaded by Marcel Braun and his glass team known as The Starship, each release has been in collaboration with various artists. The Starry Night project was led by Karl Taylor aka Grimmglass, a more than 20 year career glass artist known widely for his detailed murrine work.

Josh first worked with glass at CSU in Chico in 1998 and the following year apprenticed under the infamous Kaj Beck in San Diego before returning home to establish himself as a career glass artist. Josh is known for stunning linework, vibrant colors, and various applications of wig wag, reticello, murrini, and other very difficult and traditional techniques.

Kennaroo started working with glass in 2001 and has gone on to become a published and competition winning glass artist. His body of work is primarily focused on nature and wildlife, showcasing organic forms and lots of vibrant color palletes.

John started blowing glass in 1995 after leading a career in the financial sector. Widely known for his classes and first place competition finishes, John's famous for his work as a marble maker. John's anatomically accurate floral marbles as well as his dragon heads and samurai have made him one of the most widely recognized and sought-after marble makers in the world.

Ben started blowing glass in 2007 as a means to produce spawning cones for his home aquariums. He never knew that would lead him down a rabbit hole of fine art and scientific devices. Ben became a prolific and well-known marble maker in the Reno-Tahoe area in a short period of time. He took a hiatus from the torch in 2014, and shortly after, Fortuna purchased a large body of his work, which is now featured here.

Ayako Hattori started work with glass in 1997, learning the traditional Japanese technique of Tonbo-Dama, and creating miniature natural worlds inside of her beads. By 2004 she was an accomplished career artist and her studio space, and skillset, began to expand rapidly. The dawn of social media began to see lampwork communities forming online, and finally an outlet for Japenese artists to share their work with a much larger audience existed. Utilizing the high CoE Satake glass that is only ever seen in Japanese lampwork, Ayako Hattori continues to create beautiful expressions of nature in every one of her works.

Akihiro Okama started working with glass in 1996, learning how to make beads from his father. He participated in classes and workshops from the likes of Loren Stump, John Kobuki, and Josh Sable throughout the early 2000's while establishing his signature style, and making a name for himself outside of Japan. Okama has gone on to become a prolific gallery artist, featured at the likes of Corning and Kobe, often but not always working with the unique high CoE Satake glass that is only ever really seen in Japan.