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$189 for a Two-Hour Private Glass-Blowing Class for Two at Ridabock Glass Studio ($400 Value)

Kingston

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30-year veteran glass blower shares the techniques to making one-of-a-kind pieces in private lessons

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Expires Mar 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Must sign waiver. Must be 12+ years old. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$189 for a Private Glass-Blowing Class for Two ($400 Value)

A glass artisan with more than 30 years of experience brings pairs into his studio for two hours to teach glass-blowing techniques and help them create their own pieces.

Ridabock Glass Studio

You never know where an artist will find inspiration. For glass artisan Peter Ridabock, it comes from two places. The mysterious depths of the ocean are well suited to the liquid, layered nature of glass, leading Ridabock to create alternating strata of color and pattern that recall an ocean habitat. The artist also finds motivation in music, as the distinct elements that come together in a glass piece recall the cooperation required of players in an orchestra. With these inspirations as his guide and more than 30 years spent honing his craft, Ridabock flaunts a collection of colorful and abstract glass pieces in his personal gallery. The artist also shares his gift with others in daily glass-blowing demonstrations and a range of workshops that teach seasoned and beginner glass blowers to create one-of-a-kind pieces out of molten glass, which look a lot better than that time they left their eyeglasses in the center of the earth.

Ridabock Glass Studio & Gallery

You never know where an artist will find inspiration. For glass artisan Peter Ridabock, it comes from two places. The mysterious depths of the ocean are well suited to the liquid, layered nature of glass, leading Ridabock to create alternating strata of color and pattern that recall an ocean habitat. The artist also finds motivation in music, as the distinct elements that come together in a glass piece recall the cooperation required of players in an orchestra. With these inspirations as his guide and more than 30 years spent honing his craft, Ridabock flaunts a collection of colorful and abstract glass pieces in his personal gallery. The artist also shares his gift with others in daily glass-blowing demonstrations and a range of workshops that teach seasoned and beginner glass blowers to create one-of-a-kind pieces out of molten glass, which look a lot better than that time they left their eyeglasses in the center of the earth.


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  • “Very fun! Definitely something different! Even came home with pieces made by us!”

  • “Had a great time highly recommend it to everyone”

  • “This was a great two hour lesson. I learned a lot and found the experience to be very entertaining. I highly recommend this activity for those who are interested. ”

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    Kingston

    65 Depot Rd.

    East Kingston, New Hampshire 03827

    978-270-5224

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