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Shaping Glass

Glass Art

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Dancing Light Glass Creations

A painter, quilter, glass artist, cook, gardener, new grandma, and very amateur cellist, Sue has been fusing glass for a number of years. She enjoys making night lights and loves to have a community where she is able to grow with fellow artists.


Items can be purchased at Outta This Plant It Farmstand on Saturdays and Sundays in September and October from 10-3pm, located at 4840 NW Hwy 99, Corvallis, OR.


Outside of this, please reach out to Sue via her Instagram. 

Dancing Light Glass

Sky Dog Glassworks

From their kiln (named Olive) in Corvallis, Sky Dog Glassworks creates artistic glass pieces to help feed the community with healthy produce. Sky Dog Glassworks was created by local artisan Jean-Marie to support the work of delivering fresh produce to local and Native American food assistance programs.


Jean-Marie is the manager of the Farmette Project, which delivers fresh produce to local communities, Indigenous Elders, and people displaced by wildfires. Purchases from Sky Dog Glassworks go directly to the Farmette Project in paying for produce like peaches, peppers, and corn, which don’t otherwise get donated.

Sky Dog Glassworks
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Sweetglass features collaged glass art with etched, vintage, and found elements, and is the result of Martha's many years of graphic arts work combined with her love of making things. 


Her restless eye loves an untraditional mash-up: antique with young, words with images, fragments with full images.


Martha collects images, maps, texts, drawings and scribbles to create one-of-a-kind leaded glass panels, including personalized panels that feature personal poems, scribbles, children's art, photos, and logos.

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