Pilchuck Glass School fosters and educates a worldwide experience that explores the creative use of glass in art and design.
These ornament stands were designed and fabricated by glass artist and Pilchuck staff member, Tyler Gordon. The bases are made from cherry wood. Each stand is strong, sturdy, and can carry the weight of heavy objects. These stands are the perfect way to display your new handmade glass ornaments!
Holiday orders placed on or before 12/21/22 will go out in this calendar year. Orders placed after, will be shipped in early Jan.
Thank you for shopping with and supporting Pilchuck Glass School! As you may know, Pilchuck is located in a remote location which can effect packing time. Please anticipate orders taking up to 5 business days to be packed. To reduce excess packaging, any orders made that include a pre-sale item, will be shipped together when the pre-sale item is available.
All sales are final. In the event a product is damaged in transit, a return or exchange may be offered.
To be eligible for a refund or exchange, customer must contact Pilchuck at firstname.lastname@example.org within 14 days of the product arrival to coordinate returning the item and getting a replacement shipped to you. If a replacement is not available, a refund will be offered.
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Pilchuck Glass School is an international center for glass art education. Our serene campus in Stanwood, Washington, is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains amidst a working tree farm.
From May through September every year, Pilchuck's Summer + Fall Program offers a series of courses as well as residencies for established artists in all media. Summer sessions vary in length and offer concurrent courses in a variety of glassworking processes for artists of all skill levels. Small classes taught by world-renowned artists and instructors emphasize experimentation and teamwork while fostering individual initiative and expression.
Pilchuck also offers residencies for both emerging and established artists during the Fall and Spring.
New and experienced artists alike often make tremendous conceptual and artistic progress in their short time at Pilchuck. Combining a deep focus on glass, access to a variety of resources, a picturesque Pacific Northwest setting and an ever-expanding international community of artists, Pilchuck has become the most comprehensive educational center in the world for glass artists.