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Walking into Gail Jensen’s StudioGG is nothing short of amazing, but don't take my word for it. The producers of HGTV's "Look What I Did" also found Gail's home to be an artful delight.


StudioGG is where giant commercial signs live peacefully with water ponds and tribal art. A series of multi-level decks extend through a maze of fountains, sculptures and gazebos leading into a garage decked with vintage Coca-Cola dispensers, classic neon signs, and retro pin-up calendars.


Similarly fashioned seating areas are scattered around the building housing the fused glass studio. Equipped with six state-of-the-art kilns and an impressive array of specialty tools, supplies, and machinery, the studio provides ample room, light, and ambiance to design and manipulate the glass into perfection. Oddities hang everywhere and wide open utility doors allow the artistic décor of the village-like complex to become part of the experience.


In a nutshell, StudioGG is a delightful stray from the ordinary and whether serious about glass fusion or simply a guest, it's a fun and cheerful place to visit.


Fused glass classes are available for Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced students. Reservations are limited. Please contact Gail Jensen at StudioGG for dates and details.





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