Painting pottery takes a steady hand, an eye for color, and a mouth that won't eat paint, because that kills you. Have a safe, fun, safe time with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Pottery Painting and Glass Fusing
Paint-your-own pottery and DIY fused glass both start at $10 per project. Pottery painters select a blank bisque piece, adorn it with their own design, and pick up the fired and finished product a few days later. Glass fusing, on the other hand, begins with a clear, flat pane that artists arrange colorful glass pieces on to make a kaleidoscopic tile or suncatcher. A first firing sets the design in place, and, for an additional fee, customers can add dimension to the piece by firing it a second time over a mold. Reservations are required for glass-fusing.
Art Attack Inc.
In 2009, Linda and Greg Racino were reaping the benefits of more than two fast-paced decades in the tech industry. Something was missing, though—creativity. So in February of that year the couple left behind the cold digital world for a brightly colored studio warmed by a blazing kiln. Lining their shelves with finished and unfinished clay and glass pieces, the Racinos today deal solely in creation. They guide customers through pottery painting and glass fusing—from picking out a blank bisque piece to arranging a unique design of glass pieces. Guests can also check out the calendar of events to learn about upcoming discounts and special projects, or to find out what day it is.
88% of 48 customers recommend
“Loved it! So fun...will definitely be going back again!”
“Always wonderful staff and great art projects to choose from!”
“Owner is pleasant and very helpful. The staff member that worked with us was hesitant to "look in the back" for other pieces that might be available after explaining...”
“Owner is pleasant and very helpful. The staff member that worked with us was hesitant to "look in the back" for other pieces that might be available after explaining much of their merchandise has been used due to the heavy groupon the last 2 weeks.”