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Glasshouse-Studio, Seattle

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Art Gallery Museum
Founded in 1972 Glasshouse Studio is the oldest glassblowing studio in the Northwest.

Located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, the studio does daily glassblowing demonstrations. The gallery houses a large selection of glass art with an emphasis on custom lighting, featuring work by Glasshouse owner and artist Christopher Sternberg Powidzki as well as guest artists from around the Northwest.

Glasshouse Studio's work can been seen at over 300 galleries in the US as well as numerous public and private collections.
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  • Stopped in on rainy day and was very impressed. There were artisans at work and knowledgeable staff to answer our questions. Amazing selection and workmanship. We purchased a beautiful pendant light t...  more »
  • What attracts you is the beauty of the glass work, but what really keeps you in the place is the furnaces and the glass blowers. You quickly realize that glass blowing is more than taking a big breath...  more »
  • The area around this studio is very artsy. Got to watch glass blowing that I have been seeing quite frequently lately on Instagram. Very interesting. The glass art pieces in the studio are astonishing...  more »
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  • Wondeful place! The staff is very friendly, and it's a lot of fun to watch them create right there in the shop. It is a bit pricey, but it's artistic as well as functional. Perfect pieces for the new house!
  • Truly Fine Artisans that put out a lot of great glass work. Also a very interesting studio & gallery with the glass work on site for a unique look into the production of these art works. Do stop in and check them out while in Seattle.
  • The art is marvelous!
  • I have bought several pieces from them...great work, cool owner, a place to visit if you are looking for unique pieces too make your living space one of a kind!
  • Huge selection Of glasswares, many of which are blown in the studio at the ovens right inside the store. It's pretty cool to see the blowers at work while shopping. The selection includes lots of housewares like vases and bowls but other trinkets as well.