epiphany glass to host Open Studio every Saturday in December

Last minute gift items from epiphany glass available with the StudioE line of functional and affordable blown glass.
April Wagner, epiphany glass
April Wagner, epiphany glass
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Dec. 13, 2012 - PRLog -- WHAT:   epiphany glass studio in Pontiac will host Open Studio events every Saturday through the month of December.   The free, family-friendly events will feature live glassblowing demonstrations by glass artist and owner April Wagner and her team, as well as pieces from the new StudioE line of affordable and functional gift items.  Patrons are invited to create their own blown glass flower with the epiphany team for an additional cost.

WHEN:   The epiphany glass studio will be open to the public every Saturday in December from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY:  April Wagner, owner and glassblower, is available for in-store interviews and demo’s all weekend.  Watch as she fires and blows colorful glass ornaments in the enormous, state-of-the art ovens.  Patrons may also work with the epiphany team to create a blown glass flower.

HOW MUCH:  The new line includes hand blown glass ornaments, colorful paperweights, contemporary decanters and more priced from $50 to $300.  A special gift pack of three ornaments to benefit HAVEN is available for $105, with 10 percent of the proceeds going toward the shelter.

WHERE:   epiphany studio, 770 Orchard Lake Rd. in Pontiac, is located 1/4 mile east of the intersection of Telegraph/Old Telegraph and Orchard Lake Rd, at the corner of Orchard Lake and Sylvan Ct.  Entrance in the rear.

Contact:  Mary, epiphany glass  248.745.3786 (studio line)
Epiphany Glass, http://www.epiphanyglass.com, located at 770 Orchard Lake Road in Pontiac, Mich. is a state-of-the-art, 4,000 sq. ft. glassblowing studio and gallery.  Since 1997, Epiphany’s distinctive look has been created by artist and owner April Wagner.  Wagner adds a contemporary twist to the traditional fazzoletto technique, which originated in the Venini factory of Murano, Italy, during the 1930s and was later popularized by Seattle glass artists.
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