Seattle is a mecca for people to experience and indulge themselves in the ways of art. From painting to bead making to sculptures, Seattle surrounds itself with the undying love of artistic capability. One of those artistic experiences is glass blowing.
Glass blowing is an old method in creating unique containers and motifs. This technique goes back as far as the Roman Empire coinciding with the establishment of this era in the first century BC, enhancing the spread and dominance of this new technology.
Being a delicate method of making, glass blowing and all of its techniques can create some of the smallest and biggest sculptures with many details imbedded within. A site to behold, learning to create such pieces will have you transfixed with the knowledge and beauty that goes into each piece.
There are many studios that offer glass blowing classes within Seattle and many offer a variety of class options for any experience level. Spread your artistic wings while in Seattle by looking into one of these studios that offer classes.
Seattle Glass Blowing
Seattle Glass Blowing is open 7 days a week and offers a variety of class options for beginners through experienced glass blowers. Each student receives instruction from a talented and experienced glass blowing artist that helps create glass art that is yours to keep. Safety is a top priority and throughout each lesson hot shop safety, etiquette, and proper form are stressed. Six classes are available, but choose quickly as many sell out fast.
Rainer Glass Studio
Rainer Glass Studio offers 4 classes to help you create the perfect piece of glass art. Versatile artists are there to tailor each lesson, ensuring you obtain as much knowledge as they have to offer. Classes include an intimate 2-hour private studio date for you and your other half or lampworking lessons for those looking to becoming glass artists without the intense heat. Other classes include fused glass lessons and intensive hands-on classes for those who want a challenge.
Blowing Sands Glass Studio
Blowing Sands Glass Studio offers 2 classes, a beginning glass blowing lesson for 1 to 2 people and a class for those in a larger group or party. The beginner class is a private lesson that allows the instructor to tailor the experience to the individual. The larger class is perfect for those looking to try a new experience and get a taste of glassblowing. Each class allows you to create a piece of glass art, but first they must all go into an annealer overnight for a slow cool. You will be able to pick up your glass pieces the next business day.