Attraction Spotlight: Lake Superior Art Glass

Posted by Kris Lindahl on Thursday, March 19th, 2015 at 2:58pm.

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Lake Superior Art Glass offers a torch-work glass studio that locals have come to enjoy. This studio offers just what the art enthusiast needs whether you’re an expert or just intrigued in art.

There are over 60 artists that showcase their art in the studio and some of the exhibits you can enjoy include fused, stained and torch-worked. This has become a go-to gallery for locals for years to take enjoyment in glass pieces.


In addition, this studio offers classes that allow you to learn how to do glass art. There are beginner, intermediate, and advanced options available and you can even rent studio time to practice. In addition, you can purchase some of the art and tools or other supplies.

Glass Art Made on the Spot

Locals come here to watch glass art being made right in front of their eyes and this can be a great way to experience what all goes into glass art. There is a workstation right in front of the window so you can watch from the outside and you can even enjoy from inside allowing you to get a more up close view.

This little piece of heaven can be a great way to experiment and take up a hobby. If you are looking for a new hobby to get into, consider glass blowing and experience the true beauty of this specialized form of art. Express yourself with different types of glass blowing areas and colors as well.

You can purchase different hand-made glass blown art such as jewelry, vessels, functional items, decorative items for the home, sculptures, paperweights, or even art supplies that allow you to get started in a new interest.

There is a lot to see in the studio and can be great for the art enthusiast at heart or a great way to spend a nice spring afternoon with friends or by yourself. Unleash your inner artist with classes that allow you to learn glass blowing with a number of techniques to creating unique art on your own.


The studio is open Monday through Wednesday from 10am to 6pm and Thursday through Saturday from 10am to 7pm. They are closed on Sundays.

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