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Icefire Glassworks, Cannon Beach

(4.6/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
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  • Stopped in to escape major wind storm...ended up falling in love with all the beautiful art! Bought 2 pieces, watched Jim make another piece, had to buy it as well! Great people, quality glassworks!  more »
  • Enjoy the live action by an expert - owner/glass artist James Kingwell is passionate about his craft and generously shares his experience and knowledge. No question is deemed unworthy of an answer; we...  more »
  • Very interesting to see start to finish. This is a very relaxed atmosphere where you get to meet some of the artists. The husband and wife team are amazing their timing and team work are so graceful t...  more »
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  • Wonderful Crafter!!!! And you can watch, in a comfortable seating area, the beautiful arts come to life! My family absolutely loved their beautiful vase!!!!
  • Very disappointed speaking with one of the artists. I tried to speak with him about hot glass and how the millifiori/murine were created around his encalmo bowls. While I was trying to speak and he told me to be quiet, saying he has a meeting in 12 minutes and he wouldn't be able to answer my questions if I kept asking questions and in the time it took to get to the meeting. Seriously? Just because I was interested and asking questions he called me out and told me to be quiet. What a jerk. I really can't believe he was so rude especially when someone is considering buying a piece of glass from this store. Im a borosilicate glass collector from Colorado and brought 4,000 to drop on new pieces at galleries along the was. This jerk won't be getting my business.
  • It's worth going and seeing the artists at work. You can buy stuff but they are expensive. But the glassworks are beautiful.
  • Enjoyed watching the art of glass blowing! Could have watched these two for hours. Beautiful vases, bowls, etc. Waiting anxiously for our vase to arrive!