How glass fusion works
Like pottery, glass fusing is a fired art — but instead of painting, you cut and snip pieces of glass into shapes and then glue them to a base. Your piece is fired to combine all the glass into a single flat square or circle. Then if desired, a second firing to "slump" your piece will make it into a bowl, plate, or vase. We added glass fusing to our studio in 2012, and it has been a hit!
Prices range from $26-48 for bases and $10 for slump firing. We have kid-friendly glass as well, that requires no cutting. Kids love making our glass bugs!
At our after hours glass classes, you'll follow a staff member’s instruction to create a beatiful masterpiece along with the rest of the class. No experience necessary — beginners are encouraged! Check our calendar for upcoming classes.