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Celebrate life with us because there is nothing better than to get together with friends and family to celebrate something special or just the joy of living. Sometimes we get caught up in the merry-go-round of life, and we forget to take time out to just pause. Rejuvenation

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New growth!

New Growth

Ah, Spring! There is new growth – flowers are beginning to bloom, the birds are singing sweetly, and the breeze is blowing. Life is renewing itself as the new green foliage appears. And so are we. I have just completed an intermediate and advanced fusing workshop, and

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Emergence

Our customers have been amazing since our opening, but the experience has taken its toll on the facility. We have learned (and now understand why) that open access studios must be serviced continually and then annually so that they can maintain their quality level. We have been

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Glass Blowing News

We have been having a hot time this summer@Three Dimensional Visions. Our Beat the Heat Experiences were a great success during July and interest has increased in our new kilnforming workshops. We finished another wonderful internship program and many thanks go to all the guys who participated

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To Boldly Go…almost

We are Star Trek enthusiasts! When our son Patrick was growing up, we stayed home on Friday nights and watched the Voyages of the Star Ship Enterprise. When he was about three years old, he would be sitting on the couch, legs kicking up and down while he recited…”Space,

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Summer Fireworks & Fusing Fun

Summertime is full of great memories. I grew up along a tidal estuary and summer was filled with crabbing & shrimping, sailing, and swinging across the marsh on a tire swing. We also caught bullfrogs and sold them to the neighbors to make frog legs. I remember mud between my

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Zen and the Art of Glassblowing

I was wondering why I have such a fascination with glass and glass blowing. Why I need to be in the studio every day? After pondering this for some time, I came to realize that working with glass is a lot like dealing with life. Think about it, when

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