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Seattle Glassblowing Studio, Seattle

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  • Seattle is know for it's glass art. Supposedly only 2nd to Venice, Italy. This is a nice studio on 5th Ave. Stop in and watch artists at work or you could sign up to blow your own glass. If you're jus...  more »
  • A great studio to purchase some fine hand blown glass or to take a glass blowing class. The art work is beautiful and it will amaze you to see what can be done with glass. This is easy to get to as it...  more »
  • What a beautiful shop filled with wonderful art! We did a short lesson ($65) and got to make our own stamped medallion. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable and they make such beautiful piec...  more »
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  • I was hesitant to visit Seattle Glassblowing because I never had an interest in glassblowing. My fiancĂ© told me that I would have a great time. After creating a glass bowl, I can't wait to create another piece. This place is hot! Wear a long sleeve shirt, jeans, and closed toe shoes or boots. The clothes are to protect from the direct heat, not from the red-hot glass. Bring a bottle of water, thick gloves, and a camera. The direct heat will really make your hands hot, so wearing gloves is a really good idea. If you make a glass bowl you will blow air inside the glass and suck some of the air out at the end. My advice on the blowing and sucking, go slow or you may cause the glass to crack when water is applied. Don't forget to tip your glassblowing instructor when your class is done.
  • This was a great experience. Our instructor, Ronnie, was fantastic to work with. He was extremely nice, helpful, and answered every stupid question I asked. I would recommend that anyone and everyone give this a try.
  • They were very accommodating even though I had a emergency surgery on my arm they still were willing to help me glass blow. Once in a lifetime experience. I'd recommend to anyone.
  • My sister wanted to try glassblowing when she was visiting. This place had a Groupon for glassblowing experiences. I wouldn't really considering this a full class, since the glass artist did most of the work, but for someone hoping to get a hands on understanding of how glassblowing works, it's a great experience and will hopefully spark more folks to want to pursue more glassblowing experience. And we got two beautiful glass bowls out of it! It's truly amazing how a hot ball of glass is transformed into someone so lovely.
  • I only gave a four because it's really pricey. The tutorials that they hold are fantastic! They also offer classes in a one on one setting. We did a 4- hour class and had a great date night. The artist was very passionate about his craft and we had fun learning in a very hands on environment.