fyrsmith

Fyrsmith Studios aka The Fire Works Glass Studio

Newport, Oregon · 175 Sales

fyrsmith

Fyrsmith Studios aka The Fire Works Glass Studio

Newport, Oregon 175 Sales On Etsy since 2007

0 out of 5 stars
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Don

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Announcement   I will be doing the Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market again this summer. I Will also be at the Eugene Saturday Market starting April 1, 2017.

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Last updated on Mar 26, 2017

I will be doing the Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market again this summer. I Will also be at the Eugene Saturday Market starting April 1, 2017.

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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About

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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