So after doing more research, I’m realizing that unless I manifest an incredible and inexpensive option for learning to blow glass, this is going to be on hold until I get my finances both stabilized and significantly plumped up. I have too many goals that are more pressing (like paying my bills, buying a car, and traveling) to take on a hobby of this financial magnitude just now… 18 months ago
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Local venues. Both googling and also asking local glass artists I meet randomly, such as at Saturday market etc. Seems that elements http://elementsglass.com/?page_id=5 is the most likely choice. Feeling like this is a pretty expensive hobbie to be getting into at this time though! Yikes! 18 months ago
I’ve wanted to do this since I was a tiny girl, and my grandparents took me on an outting to the local glass blowing cooperative, housed in a barn. I got to sit on the loft and watch the beautiful mysterious creating going on down bellow, and browse in the gift shop afterward. Not feeling inclined to bite off a big new project just now, but I do want to research and do this soon-ish. I have a sense that I’ll have a natural gift, and am excited to explore it. (I’ve done many, many other forms of studio art and crafting, + was a wind player in band, so I’ve got some skills to apply here :) 19 months ago