Father’s Day S-Curve

Make a Father’s Day fused s-curve glass art for $75. Approximately 8” tall by 11” wide. Ages 5 and older. Scheduled in approx: 60-minute increments. Larger groups may require more time. Call or email for availability. 513-751-3292 or neusoleglassworks@hotmail.com. Payment is due upon scheduling. Item is available for pick-up in approximately 3 weeks or less.

Fish Magnets

Now through the end of June, create Fish Magnets in our fusing class. Approx: 3” x 3”, varying with design. All ages are welcome, no experience is needed — three (3) magnets for $45, up to one hour class. Call 513-751-3292 to reserve your time or email neusoleglassworks@hotmail.com. Payment is due upon scheduling. Items are available for pick up in approximately two weeks.

Four Swizzle Sticks

Celebrate while making a set of 4 glass swizzle sticks, for Father’s Day or any day. Great for cold or hot drinks. The class lasts up to one hour. $30 per set of four. Ages 12 and over. No experience needed. Approx 6.5’’ Call 513-751-3292, or email neusoleglassworks@hotmail.com. Payment is due upon scheduling.

Father’s Day Rocks Glasses

Celebrate Dad’s Day (or any day) in our hotshop making two rocks glasses. With the help of our professional glassblowers, you will blow the glass from hot, molten glass. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

Call for reservations at 513-751-3292 or email neusoleglassworks@hotmail.com to schedule. Must be 5 years or older, $50 per person. Ready for pick-up in approx 7 days. Payment is due at the time of scheduling. Now through the end of June.

Animal Menagerie with Visiting Artist Charlyn Reynolds

Join us Saturday, May 4, 6 – 8 pm

Please join us at Neusole Glassworks for our Visiting Artist’s Exhibition

This is a FREE event at Neusole Glassworks

Glass zebra bowl

Charlyn Reynolds is a sculptor and installation artist who continues to use glass in her artwork. She studied fine art and glassmaking at Illinois State University under the instruction of John Miller. In 2019, she graduated with an MFA from the University of Texas-Arlington. She has worked for the Toledo Museum of Art and the Corning Museum of Glass performing live glass-blowing demonstrations on Celebrity Cruise Lines while educating the public about glass as an artistic medium. She has developed her skills further by taking intensive classes at many craft schools from world-renowned artists such as Kimiake and Shin-ichi Higuchi as well as Martin Janecky. She was able to expand her glass sculpting skills during the two-month class with Janecky and later worked for him at his studio in Fairbanks, Alaska. Most recently she was a demonstrating artist at the Detroit GAS Conference. Presently, Charlyn lives in Miami, FL, where she is employed by Fine Art Handcrafted Lighting as a Manager of Glass Operations and Design. She continues to work with glass and various mixed media to create her artwork.

Her past artist-in-residences include Gent Glas in Ghent, Belgium, Studio Kura in Fukuoka, Japan, The Melting Point in Sedona, AZ, and Neusole Glassworks in Cincinnati, OH.

Charlyn will be blowing glass all week long. If you’re in the area, stop by and say hi!

Live demonstration and artist exhibition reception are on Saturday May 4th 6-8pm!

This is FREE and open to the public.