Mailing: 131 Hancock Street, Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Studio: Sweet Pea’s Fused Glass
(sharing space at the Reddirt Studio)
234R-2 Otto Street, Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Telephone: (360) 774-1473
e-mail: [email protected]
Tour participants will have the opportunity to see the glass fusing process from start to finish, through examples from each step, and discussion about the process. The different tools needed will be on display, and glass cutting will be demonstrated as well.
(to Reddirt Studio located at 234R-2 Otto Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368)
From Port Townsend, go South on Highway 20 towards Airport.
.8 mile south of Mill Road, Turn Left on Fredericks Street. Go one block to Otto Street, Turn Right. Go about 1/10 of a mile to Glen Cove Business Park and Turn Right onto a gravel driveway. Stay on this gravel driveway up a small hill. You will see a gray one story building on your left with the address 234R. Continue past the building and turn left into parking area.
From South of Port Townsend, continue North on Highway 19. At the stoplight (where the Ford Dealership used to be) continue straight ahead. You are now on highway 20. Go 1.2 miles and turn Right on Fredericks Street. Follow directions above from Fredericks Street.
Multiple layers of hand-cut & fitted dichroic glass are fused together under very high heat for over 15 hours. Once fused, the glass is then combined with the highest quality fine silver, sterling silver, crystals & gemstones to create jewelry pieces that are truly one of a kind.
Fascinated by the play of light through glass, and the changing color qualities of dichroic glass in particular, Kristen has pursued studies in glass fusing & casting this past decade through education in both Oregon & Washington. She currently resides in beautiful Port Townsend, Washington.
Studio not open during remainder of the year.