Slow Burn Glass

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Inimitable, multihued glass art forms during a two-hour course helmed by renowned glass artist in his 2,300-square-foot studio

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Art explores the great mysteries of the world, such as the secret of Mona Lisa's smile and why the Renaissance was swarming with winged babies. Delve into the unknown with this Groupon.

$99 for Introduction to Glassblowing Class ($200 Value)

During two-hour classes, artist Bryan Goldenberg leads students through the basics of glassblowing, tailoring his instruction to each person's skill level. Students learn to work with the medium in its varying forms, possibly creating their own pieces such as bowls or vases that emerge from the studio's 500-pound furnace. Check the schedule for available class times.

Slow Burn Glass

When he was a ceramics student, Bryan Goldenberg was struck by the softness of hot glass and the clean lines that resulted from shaping it. He switched his artistic focus in 1995 and has been creating glass art ever since, settling down in 2006 in the 2,300-square-foot Slow Burn Glass studio he designed and built. The themes of color and lines are a steady thread throughout his work, whether he's exhibiting hand-blown glass bowls in galleries throughout the country or demonstrating how to mold a multihued light fixture out of glass and firefly essence during hands-on classes.

Slow Burn Glass

When he was a ceramics student, Bryan Goldenberg was struck by the softness of hot glass and the clean lines that resulted from shaping it. He switched his artistic focus in 1995 and has been creating glass art ever since, settling down in 2006 in the 2,300-square-foot Slow Burn Glass studio he designed and built. The themes of color and lines are a steady thread throughout his work, whether he's exhibiting hand-blown glass bowls in galleries throughout the country or demonstrating how to mold a multihued light fixture out of glass and firefly essence during hands-on classes.

Customer Reviews

The whole experience was great! I learned something new, had a great instructor (Bryan), and met new people.
Amy M. · August 15, 2012
My husband and I enjoyed the class. I would like to try it again. Instructors very informative and made sure safety comes first.
Dolores T. · June 12, 2017
One of the best experiences we have ever had. Josh and Brian were so helpful with our elderly parents. I would do this again.
Dene O. · June 11, 2017

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