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Experience Glassblowing in Lincoln City
Published: 06/27/2010
 
photo by Phillip Burnett

Observe glassblowing artists at work or have a hands-on experience of your own creating one-of-a-kind souvenirs and gifts at the Jennifer L. Sears Art Glass Studio in Lincoln City. Visitors to this family friendly studio can choose to create traditional glass floats, a variety of paperweights or a fluted bowl. The costs range from $75-$135 and include all necessary supplies. After your up close and personal art experience, take a walk across the street to the Volta Glass Gallery and enjoy the work of the studio's primary artists and instructors. Jennifer L. Sears Art Glass Studio, 4821 SW Highway 101 in Lincoln City, (541) 996-2569.

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