The Glass Silo
The Glassblowing Silo is a unique and historical space located in back of the Art Center. The four silos here that make up “The Silo District” are original to the property and were used as grain silos in the 19th/ 20th Century. Renovation on Silo 1 was completed in the fall of 2018, and the Glass Silo has been in full use ever since. We offer 20 minute Blow Your Own Glass sessions, allowing the public to get hands on experience blowing and shaping glass into items to take home, such as flowers and sun catchers. Instructor, Mark Rendulic, teaches in, and manages the Silo, offering workshops for absolute beginners to advanced students and aspiring glass artists.
Our next Blow Your Own Glass sessions will be held on September 7th and Sep. 21st 2019. We also have our Glassblowing Series every Thursday in September! Just click on the Classes Tab below for more information and to register.
Mark Rendulic offers private Blow Your Own Glass sessions for groups of 5 or more. These private group sessions are perfect for family, friends, events, and team building activities for your business! To schedule your own private Glass Sessions, click here.
Are you a professional glassblower and need a studio to work in? You can rent this amazing facility by the hour, and it is available to rent most days. The Glass Silo is a fully functioning glass blowing facility that features a 200 lb electric glass melting furnace, 12” and 18” reheating furnaces, and two annealing ovens measuring 24” tall, 24” deep, and 36” wide. There are also two pipe warmers, a pipe chiller, and two benches with a complete set of hand tools so that two teams can work at the same time. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Demonstration by Three Dimensional Visions, June 2019.
Demonstration by Ghost Pepper Glass, February 2019.
Blow Your Own Glass Projects
“I, along with my mom and husband, attended a glass blowing/glass pulling flower making event at Lost Pines Art Center and it was simply amazing. Mark, the instructor, went through step by step on the process of making a glass flower. We were a little nervous at first, but Mark made us feel like we could conquer the world. My mom who is 76 enjoyed making her flower so so much.”~Katherine