Sawdust Artists

Blown Glass Ornament

SONY DSCJoin amazing Sawdust glassblowers Muffin Spencer-Devlin and Mary Ann Guerra to create your very own blown glass ornament in quick 30-minute introductory session! Students will experience a taste of what it’s like to create a piece of art out of hot malleable glass straight out of the kiln. This class is great for beginners, and those experience the iconic art of glassblowing before committing to a lengthier class. Class fee includes all materials and instruction.

$65.00 | One student per 30 minute session

30 Minute  Workshop  Registration dates and times


4 Week Class Registration:

While a two hour class may get your feet wet, if you would like to learn the basics and quickly advance your skill set, give us a call to sign up for 4 week glassblowing classes! Learn the basics of blowing glass with plenty of hands on experience from our Sawdust artist instructors to guide you! You will practice a variety of forms and learn about using color as well! $900 for four classes (save $25 off each class when you purchase 4 classes). Classes are non-transferable and must be taken within 6 months of your registration date.


About Muffin Spencer-Devlin & Mary Ann Guerra

Muffin Spencer-DevlinMuffin Spencer-Devlin

Muffin Spencer-Devlin began her career playing golf for the LPGA tour for 21 years, in which she won three LPGA events. Muffin is now a Master Glass Blower at the Sawdust Festival and is an amazing teacher to anyone adventurous enough to try this incredible art!

Mary Ann Guerra

I have been in Love with Blown Glass for as long as I can remember, although I have been in the glass world for over 30 years, I hadn’t blown glass till I entered my 50’s. I began working with Glass at the Studio of Gavin Heath, A Master in Glass. Now, I have been a Glass Blower for 10 years. I truly love teaching Glass Blowing, it allows me to facilitate the journey that one finds when entering the world of Glass Blowing. I love guiding students to find their own voice and style when learning to work with molten glass. One of the most rewarding experiences is when the student first takes a gather out of the 2000 degree furnace. It is then that the magnitude of the Glass Blowing experience begins. Come take a class with me, and get Blown Away!

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