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LightGarden Glass Art Firing Schedules, Videos, New Students and Inspiration- April 2017

Light Garden Glass Art Flowers of Hope

1086 Washburn Medford, OR Tues-Fri 10-5pm Sat 10-1p (541) 779-0272 Closed: Sun & Mon.

Chris has just learned stained glass in the last couple of months.

His latest project is 3-d and lighted.

Great job, Chris!



Check out the latest on LightGarden Glass Art’s website under Tips and Techniques – Firing Schedules I have added several firing schedules for projects and programs I use regularly. Ultimate Bubble Squeeze Spoon Rests Deep Bowl Wine Bottle Slump get your firing schedules here. printable options available on site.


Really great video on the progress being made on the factory at Oceanside Glass and Tile.

The link to the video and the newsletter is also available on the

front page of our website!

link to video on Oceanside Glass Tile more information

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Artist Silvia Trujillo Seeks Living Accommodations

After a productive hiatus in new Mexico, respected plein air artist Silvia Trujillo and her husband have returned to southern Oregon and are now looking for living accommodations. “After three and a half months in the Southwest it sure feels good to be back in Oregon. Some folks adore the desert, but I found out quickly that it’s a nice place for me to visit but not a place for me to live.” They are open as far as the area but would prefer a rural place – something in the Applegate Valley would be ideal. They are flexible as to the type of arrangements, too: they have excellent credit and references and would be happy to rent a place on a long-term basis, but are also willing to house sit or to rent a place that’s for sale. Let’s give Silvia a warm Welcome Home and help one of southern Oregon’s artist treasures find a place to settle back in! If anyone has a lead she can pursue, please email [email protected] or [email protected]

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