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Gina A.
Report | 20 days ago
You will be walked thru the whole process and feel very confident when trying something new and of course, just have fun.
Brittany E.
Report | a month ago
Go!! She explains everything and is a massive amount of fun. She is with you every step of the way and never makes it scary or you nervous. Plus the pieces are adorable to have at home.
David D.
Report | a year ago
Excellent personal attention
Report | 2 years ago
Donna K.
Report | 2 years ago
Teresa is so knowledgable about her craft, as well as an excellent teacher. My daughter and I had a great experience!
Virginia L.
Report | 2 years ago
Lots of fun. Teresa is very patient!
Theresa B.
Report | 2 years ago
It was a great time. Teresa White is an awesome instructor and person. I will definitely be going back.
Chris M.
Report | 2 years ago
BYOB couples class is a great way to find out about glass blowing and create a small piece in a fun atmosphere.
Tanya S.
Report | 2 years ago
Sandra H.
Report | 2 years ago
It was a great experience with a great and patient teacher.
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Teresa White, AKA "Blown Fuse," zooms around the track, knocking into her roller-derby opponents while fans cheer. She's clearly not afraid of breaking a nail. During the day, however, White gives her alias a second meaning and demonstrates her delicate side—she's an artist and a teacher, and her choice medium is glass. 

It wasn't always easy for White to work in glass, however. Even though she earned her bachelor of fine arts degree from Memphis College of Art, she had to rely on friends, books, and videos to teach her the more specialized techniques of glass fusing and blowing, as reported by the Commercial Appeal. Wishing to share her new knowledge and give others access to the glasswork instruction that she couldn't easily find, she opened Studio 1688 and began teaching. 

Today, backed by 14 years of teaching experience, White leads beginner to advanced classes in glass blowing, fusing, slumping, and flame work, teaching students the fine arts of shaping glass pendants, coasters, and ornaments of their own. In her studio, she also fills clients' orders for custom pieces, such as tailor-made sink basins, sushi sets, and oil lamps.

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