What You'll Get
- $50 for one admission to a three-hour seasonal ornament glassblowing workshop with Christian Luginger
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
This event will be held at Flame One Glass Blowing in Western Business Park.
Each event is capped at 20 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Although watching a glassblower transform molten glass into a glittering solid is captivating on its own, doing it yourself is certainly more fun. Christian Luginger, a glass artist and the owner of Flame One Glass Blowing, leads students through the step-by-step process of creating a delicate holiday ornament. Along the way, he deconstructs the complex art form and encourages each budding glass artist to tap into their muse.
Learn how glass is made as Christian Luginger explains the delicate balance of air, heat, and motion needed to create stunning works of glass art.
Create a Holiday Ornament
With Luginger’s help, make a seasonal glass ornament of your own design.
Glassblower, Owner of Flame One Glass Blowing
As a kid, Christian Luginger knew in his bones that we was an artist, but didn’t feel drawn to paper, canvas, or clay. It wasn’t until he saw renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly on PBS that he found his medium, and he hasn’t looked back. Now, as the owner of Flame One Glass Blowing, Luginger creates delicate pieces that have been featured in Glassline, American Art Collector, and in Amarillo Style Magazine, and passes his knowledge and enthusiasm on to his students. “Dancing with this medium is challenging and relates to a living [art form] with motion,” he writes in his artist statement, “but glass art is also blood, sweat, and tears, with only one shot at perfection.”
The Fine Print