Borosilicate & Soft Glass
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Glass Art Experiences for Beginners!
Under the guidance of an instructor, learn the process of furnace glassblowing, torch working, or fusing, to create your very own glass object. These experiences are designed for beginners and groups. No experience required. Learn More
Starting with 2000 degree molten glass, the artist uses a variety of tools to inflate and shape the glass. Due to its larger nature, pieces created in this studio include: paperweights, tumblers, bowls, vases, sculptures and much more. Learn More
This studio uses glass rods and melts them into desired color patterns and shapes. You can find a variety of different pieces made from a torch such as beads, marbles, pendants, small vessels, goblets, sculptures and much more. Learn More
Next steps to Borosilicate Glass (intro part 2)- (Sept 24, Oct 1, 8)$225.00 – $305.00 Select options
Special price for Beau’s class for Skylar$325.00 Read more
Introduction to Tubing with Borosilicate Glass – (October 15,22, 29)$225.00 – $305.00 Select options
Want to take a 1:1 or Private class? (call for appointment) click to see list of classes availableRead more
**FULL** Emilio Santini | Venetian Goblet Making & More (Sept. 13-15)$800.00 – $850.00 Select options
Unlike the other two studios, this studio uses cold glass to produce unique pattern designs. The most common style of glass work in this studio is kiln fusing and slumping but there are other forms such as stained glass, kiln casting, and mosaics. Learn More