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Kerrie V.
Report | 15 days ago
Saul is a great teacher. You will really enjoy this class.
Zoe I.
Report | 22 days ago
Sal is a great teacher. Learning to make a glass piece [with Sal's help] was exciting and great fun.
Tamara I.
Report | a month ago
Just enjoy, such a wonderful experience. Oh, bring along sunglasses and cool clothing, it gets hot from the fire.
Report | 2 months ago
Wonderful experience and Sal was a great instructor.
Kyle T.
Report | 5 months ago
We had a great experience at SB Art Glass! We were able to do so much of it ourselves and it was a ton of fun!
Lindsay L.
Report | 11 months ago
I loved the entire experience- Saul and his wife helped us create amazing pieces, and I would recommend this experience to anyone.
Patty K.
Report | 11 months ago
Blowing glass is harder than it looks, but this is a wonderful introduction to the art. The class could not be better instructed.. or more fun! It was a terrific morning... and I'll have 2 beautiful pieces of glass as a reminder!
Carma c.
Report | 11 months ago
Relax and have fun- it's a blast!
Sandy S.
Report | a year ago
Saul is wonderful and very patient! This art form is quite difficult.
Lela R.
Report | a year ago
Saul was a wonderful person who offered his expertise to make the class a wonderful experience.
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Most days, Saul Alcaraz can be found toiling over his 2,000-degree glass oven, often surrounded by an enraptured crowd. A surprisingly graceful practice, his glass-blowing is often as artful as a ballet performed in a volcano as he deftly spins, rolls, blows, and cuts his pieces. Having studied the craft since 1988, today Alcaraz splits his time between making effervescently vivid pieces?such as such as custom lamps and iridescent perfume bottles?and teaching teens and adults to do the same. In classes, he trusts his students to work toward shaping their own forms, even helping them introduce color into their creations to make them more attractive bait for trapping rainbows.

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