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Glass Class

Make your own one-of-a-kind fused art glass piece with the studio artists of Pearl River Glass Studio. Learn how to cut glass, layer colors, and create textures while enjoying some cheese with a glass of wine. Witness the transformation of kiln-formed glass from the very beginning to the final product in a hands-on class. The possibilities to create are endless, with a fun, laid-back atmosphere.

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-Adrienne

Octagonal Plate

New in Decorative Arts we present a brand new plate design. Octagonal plates come in a variety of colors and fun designs. The Octagonal Plate can be purchased at Pearl River Glass Studio or Online. Retail $30 each.

octagonalplates intro-1 copy

-Adrienne

Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival 2016

Please join us at the Ridgeland Fine Arts Festival at Renaissance at Colony Park on Saturday- Sunday, April 2 – 3, 2016. New decorative art glass inventory will be available.

rfa yardbird 1

-Adrienne

New Kiln, New Innovations

Pearl River Glass Studio has been developing architectural art glass for some years now. We ran into some technical problems with the type of kiln being used when we began to create larger and larger kiln-formed glass pieces.  Working from my existing knowledge I had purchased electric kilns with heating elements on the top and problems ensued with annealing large glass pieces. We discovered from consultation with Eric Lovell at Uroboros Glass that their kilns had heating elements on all six sides of the kiln enclosure.READ MORE