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Julia S.
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Report | 3 months ago
Josh did an awesome job as our instructor! Very patient and professional! Thank you for a great class!
Michelle P.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great experience.
Amanda S.
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Report | 2 years ago
wonderful experience! Great apprentices..
Julie R.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great class! It was fun!
Anthony S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Great place great time if one is into the art of glass! Very interesting even if one is not into glass art.
Antonina V.
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Report | 2 years ago
Very cool experience. Thanks!

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For James Michael Kahle, the molten material he uses to craft his sculptures and vessels is a living thing, an element that must be cooperated with in order to achieve the desired response. Since beginning his career at the Toledo Museum of Art in 1990, the artisan has come to master a number of methods for creating stunning visual effects, from melding metal and alloys into the glass to encasing air bubbles. James channels his skill into crafting pieces—such as installation pieces, prismatic sinks, and even memorial sculptures forged around the ashes of a departed loved one—for display and use around the home. The glassworker also invites groups into his studio for classes, vigilant as his students work their own pieces in lava-powered ovens reaching more than 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.

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