As fall is peaking around the corner, I find myself anticipating the Studio Arts & Glass Fall event on September 8 and 9 from 10 am to 5 pm in North Canton, Ohio. It promises to be a celebration of artistry and creativity.
You will find an extensive display of functional and decorative glass pieces, from adorable mini glass pumpkins to awe-inspiring sunflower glass bowls.
The sunflower glass bowls caught my attention. Not only are they visually stunning, but the fact they are food safe makes them even more appealing. I can imagine these bowls becoming the focal point of a party, filled to the brim with chips and dips, while their brilliance casts a warm glow over the room.
Every piece in the studio is meticulously handcrafted by talented artists from around the country with a unique and personal touch. Among the breathtaking glass pieces were the hand-blown Tree of Life glass bulbs, each boasting individuality and charm. The studio is a treasure trove of seasonal decorations.
During the event, watch Mike Peterson from Wooster, Ohio, sculpt clay into captivating witches, pumpkins, and ghouls. He will leave you amazed by his artistic abilities.
Adding to the event’s excitement, you can sign up for a hands-on class creating your charming fall arrangement. Be sure to call 330.494.9779 to register for a spot at the table. Don’t wait too long, as spots do fill up quickly.
Aside from the event:
Studio Arts & Glass has crafted unique glass pieces for over four decades. The studio’s specialization is in stained glass windows. Works of art include impressive commissions for churches, businesses, restaurants, and luxurious homes. The mention of significant landmarks like the Ohio State House and Frank Lloyd Wright’s home speaks volumes about the studio’s expertise and reputation.
A current project of the studio is the restoration of the leaded glass windows at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in New Philadelphia, Ohio,’s. At 35 Brix in Uniontown, Ohio, you can view their exquisite fused glass booth dividers, which is another opportunity to admire their art while also enjoying a delicious meal.
For more information on Studio Arts and Glass, I invite you to visit their website at www.studioartsandglass.com. Stay updated with upcoming events and classes by following them on Facebook.
Whether you come alone, with friends, or as a tour group, the studio welcomes you with open arms along with their beloved four-legged friends, Katie, Mia, and Gary.