Michelle Weston

The Glass Studio

217 Adams Street

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As a child, Michelle Weston spent hours studying tidal waters and sea creatures. Today she coaxes 2,000-degree glass into inspired forms like her signature starfish.

9:30 am

Blow Your Own Ornament – $50.00

Blow your own glass ornaments. Choose the color and style and literally blow your own ornament with the help of one of our glassblowing artisans.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.

2:00 pm

Glass Paperweight – $50.00

Our glass artists gather molten glass from the furnace and apply the colors you’ve picked. You sit at the glass blower’s bench and use traditional wood and metal tools to form either a round or an egg-shaped paperweight.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.

9:30 am

Blow Your Own Ornament – $50.00

Blow your own glass ornaments. Choose the color and style and literally blow your own ornament with the help of one of our glassblowing artisans.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.

2:00 pm

Glass Paperweight – $50.00

Our glass artists gather molten glass from the furnace and apply the colors you’ve picked. You sit at the glass blower’s bench and use traditional wood and metal tools to form either a round or an egg-shaped paperweight.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.

9:30 am

Blow Your Own Ornament – $50.00

Blow your own glass ornaments. Choose the color and style and literally blow your own ornament with the help of one of our glassblowing artisans.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.

2:00 pm

Glass Paperweight – $50.00

Our glass artists gather molten glass from the furnace and apply the colors you’ve picked. You sit at the glass blower’s bench and use traditional wood and metal tools to form either a round or an egg-shaped paperweight.

Expect HOT work conditions. Cotton clothing, long pants, closed toed shoes, and long sleeves recommended.