fyrsmith

Fyrsmith Studios aka The Fire Works Glass Studio

Oregon, United States · 174 Sales

fyrsmith

Fyrsmith Studios aka The Fire Works Glass Studio

Oregon, United States 174 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Don

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fyrsmith is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner Our shop will be on vacation for the next three weeks. I will be traveling to Western Pennsylvania to attend AGI, Art Glass Invitational. It is a week long get together of more than 60 flame workers. I expect to come back with new ideas and directions for my glass.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 30, 2016

Our shop will be on vacation for the next three weeks. I will be traveling to Western Pennsylvania to attend AGI, Art Glass Invitational. It is a week long get together of more than 60 flame workers. I expect to come back with new ideas and directions for my glass.

Don

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Don

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Anonymous on Dec 20, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

What a lovely and well made tool! I can't wait to use it this weekend! Thanks also for the LE discount!

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Fire and Fluidity

I have been melting glass for over 40 years. It all started when I owned a crafts gallery and pottery teaching studio in Anchorage Alaska in the early 1970s. I also rented teaching studio space to other artists. One of those people was Ellen Goese, a student of John Burton. I set up some primitive torches and she taught several framework classes. I have been hooked ever since. My current studio is in Newport Oregon.

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Shop members
  • Arielle and Flopsie

    Cheerleaders

  • Zora

    Maker, Designer

    Zora, my daughter and studio partner, is working on a mermaid sculpture. She recently published a tutorial in The Flow magazine explaining her design.

  • MaryJane - Mrs Fyrsmith

    Jane Of All Trades

  • Don - Fyrsmith

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Here I am at AGI - Art Glass Invitational - an annual gathering of lampworker/flameworkers. My glasses have didymion lenses in them so I can easily see into the torch flame as I work the glass.

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Last updated on July 2, 2014

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