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  1. Jason Probstein: Asheville Glass Blower at Work

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    Asheville Glass blower

    Asheville Glass blower, Jason Probstein is a lampworker and scientific glass blower who lives here in Asheville, North Carolina. He uses Corning Pyrex glass tubing and rods to create his wonderful artwork. He uses a 3000 degree torch to heat and shape his glass art into strong and very durable pieces like ornaments and goblets.

    Scientific Glassblowing Asheville NC

    Live Demos by Jason Probstein

    Glassblowing Asheville - Jason blowing glass at Mountain Made gallery

    Jason received his degree in scientific glass blowing from the Salem Community College and has studied Venetian glass techniques at the Penland School of Crafts.

    Jason as a nationally known glass blower has had his glass ornaments and other collectibles displayed in various art galleries and museum gift shops the throughout the Untied States (such as the Smithsonian).

    His lightweight, yet durable Christmas ornaments are unique in both their shape, colors and patterns. It is this attention to detail that makes Jason’s work stand out among other glass artists.

    Mountain Made is proud to have had Jason display his craft during the holiday season for the past 5 years. We invite you to come by the gallery and watch Jason at work.

  2. 2 Elegant Halloween Decor Ideas: Handcrafted Glass Pumpkins & Spider Webs

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    Classy Halloween Decor Ideas for your Halloween bash


    Halloween Decor Ideas: blown glass pumpkins

    Ready for some really awesome hand blown glass pumpkins?Ditch the cheapo-creepy plastic pumpkins and trash those tacky fake cobwebs. We invite you to view these artful decorations that are so elegant that you’ll want to keep them on display all year long. Check out the video at the bottom of this post…


  3. New Pieces from Asheville Glass Artist Terri Sigler

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    It is always interesting to us, to learn how an artist gets started in this wonderful industry. But of all the stories we have heard over the years, Terri’s is one of the most unique —  Terri started her glassblowing career in 2006, when her husband gifted her with a glassblowing class!

    Naturally Terri thought he was nuts but hey since the class included a week-long stay at a really nice hotel NOT to mention it had a non-refundable class fee – she went along with it.

    As you can see from the images below that one glassblowing class got her completely hooked and so began her career as a glassblower. (more…)