Owner’s Ed & Barbara Streeter also create blown glass artwork at an electric glass furnace. Together they craft colorful hand blown glass bowls, ornaments, and sculpture from molten 2150 degree glass. Each piece is a vital combination of fire, sand and air. Their blown glass is made using traditional glass blowing techniques. The Streeter’s use many of the same kinds of tools that Barbara’s great-great grandfather used when he created glass as a master glassblower in the 1800′s. The main difference is that today’s glass furnaces are fueled by digitally programmed electric furnaces as opposed to wood and/or coal-fired ovens.Plan your Conway Glass visit and explore what else you can see and do in Conway using our Conway travel route site.
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Great, informative, fun hour demonstration. Husband and wife team started out taking a class in paper weight making 25 years ago. Now have a nice studio, big ovens, and wit and wisdom to share... more »
Visit on first Saturday demo day then book a class on their website! Ed and Barbara are talented, wonderful artists. Making a blown glass item is one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. Of... more »
Ed & Barb are a lovely couple who specialize in glass blowing! They also install glass enclosures, doors for your home or business. Their real passion is glass blowing! They have even created ornaments for the White House! They have glasses and education events.....live demonstrations....takes about an hour of your time. Demonstrations are free and very informative.....nice to see a couple in love and in love with their craft as well! Take the time to visit with them - perhaps some shopping at their place is in order as well!
Ed is an excellent instuctor. Very patient with kids. I highly recommend going to see them!
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