[PA-NJ Glassblowers] New Glassblowing Studio and Classes in Clayton NJ

Tony Patti gaffer at glassblower.info
Wed Dec 5 21:19:04 EST 2007

Jeff Vanaman has opened a brand-new hot shop -- /*The New Fislerville 
Glassworks*/ -- in Clayton NJ.

For those who do not know, Jeff is the founder of a mobile group of 
glassblowers from Wheaton village, all volunteers, and have been on the 
road for 25 years doing shows and festivals.

Jeff's brochure is shown below.  His email address is 
j-vanaman at comcast.net or phone 856-881-6431.

Glassblower.Info is proud to be the first to publicly announce Jeff's 
classes -- and rentals for glass artists...

At the bottom of this email are a few photos showing the Hot Shop under 

Tony Patti
gaffer at glassblower.info





/*The New Fislerville Glassworks*/*, located at 792 W. Clayton Ave., 
Clayton, is South Jersey's newest hot-glass shop. It will be offering 
the public a chance to experience what it is like to form objects from 
molten glass. We will strive to make glass as accessible as the more 
traditional art forms. Classes will be offered for all levels of 
experience. If you would like to try traditional glassblowing for the 
first time, we are offering two "first experience" classes. *


      *2-hour experience @ $100 including all tools and supplies.*


      *4-hour experience @ $175 including all tools and supplies.*

*Classes will be limited to 4-6 people, and will be on a first come, 
first served basis.*

*Groups registering together will be able to name a preferred day and 
time. We will accommodate them weekends, weekdays, or evenings.*

*We will accommodate those registering singly in groups of 4-6 as others 
sign up. *

*Longer and more involved classes will be offered at a later date. *

*Studio rental for experienced glassblowers will also be offered.*

Classes will fill up fast! These initial offerings are the first classes 
at the new shop.


*To reserve a spot, call Jeff Vanaman at 856-881-6431.




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