Spectrum Of Health Podcast Episode #212

Illuminating Daily Life Through Glass with Julie Conway| Episode 212

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In this enlightening episode, Julie Conway, founder of Illuminata Art Glass Design, and I explore the intersection of art, light, and health, focusing on glass art and lighting design. We also discuss how lighting design can illuminate spaces beautifully and make a huge difference in our overall well-being.


Make sure to check out Julie’s amazing work and research. You can find her website and more down below!

Key Notes From This Episode:

  • Learn about different types of lighting like LEDs, halogens, and incandescents. and their impacts on health, mood, circadian rhythms, and the indoor environment.
  • How creative expression through art is important for wellbeing and how beauty enhances spaces.
  • How to find the balance between technology, simplicity, and aligning with nature – like getting proper darkness and starlight.
  • We discuss how our environment impacts our health.
  • And so much more!

Connect with our guest Julie Conway:


  • Sign up for my email list – ImmanenceHealth.com
  • Check out all the products in my store – iPothecary
  • Check out The Art & Science of Cultivating Coherence Summit here: https://cultivatingcoherence.byhealthmeans.com/?idev_id=27814

To schedule an appointment: 

  • Call Immanence Health at 206-659-0690
  • Email Immanence Health at scheduling@immanencehealth.com

About Julie Conway

Glass artist Julie Conway is the founder of Illuminata Art Glass Design, which creates bespoke, large-scale illuminated hospitality glass installations for international hotels, restaurants, commercial development projects, & custom home lighting collections. Julie’s signature specialty is collaborating with architects, designers, and clients to create the perfect feature lighting design elements for interior spaces and hospitality design.

Her studio mission: “to bring more light and beauty to the world.” Julie has dedicated her studio practice by combining traditional glass techniques with contemporary lighting design aesthetic, to create her transcendent installations. Use of sustainable materials and eco-efficient processes such as melting recycled glass, and utilizing vegetable oil as fuel.

She is a co-founder of BioGlass.org dedicated to the education and process of eco-efficient glassmaking. She has always been passionate about her lighting sources and how light affects the room. Julie is now a rep for a new lighting product/ light bulbs that can now be ordered via her website Love Light Reset.