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From Functional to Decorative: Exploring the Diversity of Glass Art at Studio Arts & Glass Fall Event

Explore the world of glass at the Studio Arts & Glass Fall event on September 8 and 9 from 10 am to 5 pm. One can expect to find both functional and decorative pieces to complement a home or office setting.

“The event is meant to create excitement for the Fall season,” said Wendy Joliet, owner of Studio Arts & Glass.

It will showcase Fall items from adorable mini glass pumpkins to stunning sunflower glass bowls. The sunflower glass bowls, food safe, make the perfect addition to your party filled with your favorite chips and dip. The object’s brilliance will undoubtedly impress many as the radiance illuminates and intensifies its hues.

Everything in the studio is handmade by talented artists giving it that special touch. Discover other beautiful pieces of glass, such as the hand-blown Tree of Life glass bulbs. Each has its own distinctiveness. Additional seasonal decorations include glass sunflower lamps, pumpkins, and goblins.

Mike Peterson of Wooster, Ohio, is a must-see, as he will demonstrate his pottery skills on-site. Enjoy a wide range of fall pottery from witches, pumpkins, and ghouls.

A class will be offered on the event day involving a charming fall arrangement. Call 330.494.9779 to reserve your spot.

Studio Arts & Glass has provided unique glass pieces for over 40 years. Their studio is in North Canton, Ohio, where you will find an awe-inspiring gallery of artwork with artists’ works from around the US and Canada. Discover hand-blown glass items, fused glass, lead glass, jewelry, pottery, and more. 

The studio’s specialty is stained glass windows, and they have been providing beautiful work throughout the United States for churches, businesses, restaurants, and finer homes. A couple of the expert restorations include commissions from the Ohio State House and Frank Lloyd Wright’s home. For more information on Studio Arts & Glass, visit Be sure to follow them on Facebook for up-to-date events and classes. Tour groups are welcome but are encouraged to call ahead to schedule a time.

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