The Art Inventory

May 7, 2012

Glass Eye Studio Great Sidewalk Sale This Saturday, May 12th

Kirby Lindsay Laney

The Glass Eye line of paperweights capture scenes of wonder that fit in the palm of your hand, with each one made using ash from Mt. St. Helens Photo by K. Lindsay, Dec '11

On Saturday, May 12th, the Glass Eye Studio will hold one of its twice-yearly sales of discontinued, prototype, seconds and overrun products.  This rare opportunity allows Fremonsters to shop the artisan glass products created right here in Fremont, and sold in galleries and museums all over the world.  The sale will go from 9a – 1p, but those who arrive early will have the best selection.

Shoppers must bring their own packing material, and will have vases, paperweights, oil lamps, ornaments, bowls and more to peruse.

Glass Eye offers a line of limited-edition glass ornaments - as well as this line of heart shaped ornaments. Photo by K. Lindsay, Dec '11

All items were hand-blown by local glass artists.  Independent works by some of the professional glassblowing artists will be on sale too.

The sale of glass art takes place outside, and will take place rain-or-shine at the Studio, at 600 N.W. 40th Street, in the industrial area of Fremont – behind Brown Bear Car Wash and Emerald City Gardens.

No wholesalers or resellers, please.  Cash, checks and credit cards will be accepted.  Find out more on the Glass Eye Studio website, or the Facebook page.

Also, read about the Glass Eye Studio – and how they make their incredible, high-quality products – in a column from December 29, 2011.

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