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Totally Blown Glassworks is the hottest glass studio in Seattle.

Built by Dehanna Jones, Totally Blown Glassworks is located in the heart of Georgetown on the corner of Airport Way and Corson Ave S. in Seattle, WA.

We make all our work in house. Find more information on our upcoming events at www.dehannajones.com/events

A native of Seattle, Washington and daughter of an Auctioneer, Dehanna was surrounded by the art glass of her father’s Tiffany collection and Antique store. This early exposure to the Art Noveau movement has had a lasting influence on her work. While studying for a BFA in ceramics and a BA in general art at the University of Washington, Native American artist Marvin Oliver asked her to research glass casting for an upcoming project of his. She was immediately taken…

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  • Born on January 1
  • Joined November 23, 2010

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About

Totally Blown Glassworks is the hottest glass studio in Seattle.

Built by Dehanna Jones, Totally Blown Glassworks is located in the heart of Georgetown on the corner of Airport Way and Corson Ave S. in Seattle, WA.

We make all our work in house. Find more information on our upcoming events at www.dehannajones.com/events

A native of Seattle, Washington and daughter of an Auctioneer, Dehanna was surrounded by the art glass of her father’s Tiffany collection and Antique store. This early exposure to the Art Noveau movement has had a lasting influence on her work. While studying for a BFA in ceramics and a BA in general art at the University of Washington, Native American artist Marvin Oliver asked her to research glass casting for an upcoming project of his. She was immediately taken in by the medium and decided to branch out and study blown glass at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, Washington.

While at Pratt, she was the hot shop coordinator and studio technician while also teaching cast and blown glass. Although blown glass is the focus of her own designs, she has kept her hands in casting by working with many architects, designers, and artists such a Frank Engelsby, Jill Davis, Ann Gardener, Theresa Batty, and Kevin Spitzer as a consultant and fabricator of glass elements for larger installations. In the summer of 1996 she had the opportunity to assist artists Paul Marioni and Ann Troutner at the Pilchuck School of Glass in Standwood, WA and was subsequently nominated for the Saxe Scholarship.

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