Last year a good friend of our’s, Bob, passed away. Over the years Bob had become a fixture in our studio kind of like Statler and Waldorf in the Saturday night Muppet show. I think he had as much fun just coming in shooting the breeze and offering up his bad jokes as he did making stained glass windows. When Bob passed away he was in the middle of finishing off a window for his family that he started quite some time ago. Well, today we finished off his final masterpiece that we can now give to his family. Here’s to you Bob, thank you for sharing part of your life and family with us!
The studio will be closed on Friday, March 6th. We will be open regular hours on Saturday, March 7th.
Eric is at it again, you cant even take your eye off him for a second. He is always doing or up to something and if you blink an eye you just might find him doing something someplace you wouldn’t expect. A while ago Eric was approached and asked if would be interested in writing an article for the Glass Art Society about the late Ed Hoy. So, being who Eric is and as many of you know, not shying away from most things, he submitted an article and they published it in the recent Glass Art Society Journal. Nice!
Have you been fusing for a while now and wish you had a better grasp of how to move your creations from “hobby craft” to “glass art”? Well we have the answer for you! Due to popular demand by our fusing students we have created a year long fusing odyssey that will inspire, motivate, and stimulate your artist’s palate. Join us once a month, on the last Thursday of the month, for an in-depth exploration of a variety of advanced techniques and gain the knowledge you need to become the kiln-formed glass artist you have always wanted to be. Go to the Fusing Classes page for more information. And don’t wait – cuz space is limited and its a great deal if you sign up and pay for the class this month!!