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Welcome to the Oregon Glass Guild website! Here you’ll find information about us and our activities such as shows, meetings, and classes. We are a non-profit membership organization that unites and informs the multi-disciplined art glass community of Oregon and southwest Washington. Techniques and media used by members include fusing, blowing, casting, painting on and/or with glass, stained glass, acid etching, mosaics, sand carving/sand blasting, coldworking, torchworking, and more. Enjoy browsing our pages to learn more about glass arts, see some of our work, and find upcoming events.

 

Monthly Meetings

Three Play Days for the Month of July!

July 13th, 19th, and 20th. Go to Events Calendar for information. Limited spaces so sign up soon!

 

June 29th: Museum Trip to Tacoma: 

We need to know the head count for this event so we can arrange specal price tickets. All OGG members and friends are invited. Preston Singletary is showing his stunning work: www.prestonsingletary.com

We will meet in the morning and car pool up to Tacoma. We will have lunch first and enjoy the museum. If time allows we can go to the Mulano Hotel and see the glass exhibit on each floor. 

This will be a great time with other glass enthusiasts!
Please go to this evite to RSVP:
http://evite.me/UZm54eTRaR

 

May
FUSE-ATHON

May 9th: We  sent volunteers to Bullseye Glass in May. Bullseye agreed to host this year’s Fuse-a-Thon to benefit Empty Bowls (now renamed Clayworks for Community). See details on the Calendar of Events.

April: The Gathering of the Guilds:

Oregon Glass Guild Participant Images and Bio pages NOW available: click here

March: Hot Shop Introduction, with host Charlene Fort. What a fabulous opportunity our Guild experienced! Nichols Art Glass Studio in The Dalles hosted 17 of us and demonstrated roll ups and other glass blowing techniques. Lots of car pools participated and Charlene and Andy had a drawing for one of the pieces they made, Leslie Kelly took home the wonderful piece! Go to the photo page for images of this event!

February: A special thanks to Carlyne Lynch, for hosting OGG for our February meeting, at her studio. The meeting included a torch demonstration and equipment tips.

January: A special thanks to Melt Glass, in Vancouver, for hosting OGG for our January meeting, at their great glass shop. We particularly welcomed the group of artists who meet monthly in Vancouver!! The meeting included a demonstration by Murrini Man and we also had a great  “glass discussion” at the end.

Spring Newsletter

Featured artist is: Greta Schneider

Greta Schneider

Newsletter Details: Gathering of the Guilds Information, Roll-ups in the Gorge, Fuse-a-thon and Blues Festival Fundraisers, Volunteer Opportunities, and a letter from our Portland President: Mitzi Kugler. Follow the link below to open our Newsletter:

Click Here:
OGG Newsletter Spring 2019