You’re invited to a pre-holiday show November 21st and 22nd!
Come view an array of artwork and fine craft by nationally known, eclectic Ann Arbor artists in a casual setting!
Offerings include woven, felted and dyed hats and scarves and elegant original silk wearables, distinctive silver and gold jewelry, and art glass and glass ornaments.
Bring your friends and family, and stay for refreshments, schmoozing, and fun with the artists. We are excited to show you our latest work!
We’ll be at:
505 Lakeview Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
The location is off W. Liberty, 1/4 mile east of Wagner Road, and is the last house on the right side of the street. Look for signs! For more information, call (734) 663-7114
Spring is in the air, and we’re celebrating by blowing hot glass!
You too can experience the excitement of furnace glassblowing under the direct supervision of a master glass blower. This is a great way to sample making beautiful furnace glass.
We offer several one-day classes this spring through Ann Arbor Rec&Ed that cover everything from blown forms to garden balls and sculptures.
Find one that suits you here!
We also offer regular classes that you can read about on our classes page!
Master glassblower Lino Tagliapietra will be visting the Hot Shop at the Toledo Museum of Art this May. He’ll be in residence as part of the Guest Artist Pavilion Project, which encourages artists to use or respond to the museum’s glass collection.
Ticketed demonstrations will take place May 2–3 and May 8–10, with morning and afternoon sessions each day. Tickets are $25 for students and $30 for general admission. Ticket purchases are limited to four per person per session.
Purchase tickets here.
Annette will be participating in an Art Open House today, Nov. 21 from 4pm to 8pm, and Sunday the 23rd from 12noon to 4pm. Please stop by to say hello, see some great art, and maybe take something home!
Annette and several other artists will be:
2114 Delaware (near 7th and Scio Church)
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Earlier this week, AnnArbor.com profiled our very own Annette Baron as part of the 12th Annual Art Walk. In it, she shares her thoughts on the importance of Art Walk to thecommunity:
Why is Art Walk important to the community?
The Art Walk has become an essential part of the arts community in Washtenaw County. The entire community is welcome to discover and explore the vast range of art and art experiences that exist in our unique area.
Come see us at the studio this weekend for more insights and experience with glass!