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Three-Hour Introductory Glass-Blowing Class for One, Two, or Ten at Peter Patterson Glassworks in Mundelein

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In a Nutshell

Glass-blowing instructors teach students how to sculpt penholders, business-card holders & paperweights

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 31st, 2012. Limit 10 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 48hr cancellation notice required. Must be 10 or older. Under 18 must sign waiver by guardian; guardian must be present throughout class. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Glass is one of the only materials that is both a solid and a liquid, along with Jell-O and car keys when your back is turned. Create masterpieces with this malleable material with today's Groupon to Peter Patterson Glassworks in Mundelein. Choose from the following options:

  • For $49, you get registration for a three-hour introductory glass-blowing class (a $100 value).
  • For $95, you get registration for two people for a three-hour introductory glass-blowing class (a $200 value).
  • For $399, you get registration for ten people for a three-hour introductory glass-blowing class (a $1,000 value).

With more than 25 years of glass-blowing experience, Peter Patterson teaches how to forge and form glass-based creations during in-depth beginner classes. In this three-hour introductory course, silica scholars will glean skills in molding shapes and creating colors as they sculpt forms from the glowing material. Students choose two projects from three possible creations, sculpting a one-of-a-kind penholder, business-card holder, or paperweight, each of which can be cooled to a lustrous sheen or left molten for volcano-situated office cubicles. Classes are kept to a maximum of 20 students, allowing for a more personal approach and ample time for questions. Each student's original pieces can be picked up 48 hours after the course. Like living in a beehive, students should be sure to wear cotton fabrics, closed-toe gym shoes, and socks that cover the ankle.

Peter Patterson Glassworks

Though glass art has been Peter Patterson’s career for more than 35 years, glimpses of his other passions come through in his pieces, from his knowledge of plants to his scuba explorations of exotic seascapes. Indeed, he shapes searing-hot glass with the same fluidity as water, drawing on lessons from master teachers and his own background as an illustrator. The forms often flow around pre-fused decorations and even phosphorous elements that glow in the dark. At the end of class, students observe as Patterson creates his complex sea-form vase. Afterward, students may purchase this demo piece along with memorial keepsakes and incandescent light bulbs at a discount in the gallery.


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96% of 512 customers recommend

  • “very fun; dress in layers because the ovens can be hot. Wonderful experience!!!”

  • “Excellent studio for beginner glass students! ”

  • “Very fun! It does get warm, short sleeves cotton shirts recommended. We will go back. ”

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    Mundelein

    888 Tower Rd.

    Suite E

    Mundelein, Illinois 60060

    847-949-0013

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