Make at home until
we can resume our
in-person workshops.

See our variety of first-time adult and child Glass-in-a-Box kits. All tools, materials and video instructions included.

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We're Still Here! The studio is open for you to visit our gift shop and/or to pick up and drop off your glass projects.
Tuesday-Friday 11-6pm

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Make glass art without blowing it! It takes years to learn to glass blowing, but here, you can learn to make your first piece of FUSED GLASS in one workshop. Your piece is then kiln-fired for finishing. 

Book a workshop: Family time, couple's night, friends create, work event, ladies' art time, or... just because.

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What's in a Workshop?

  1. We explain the studio layout and our safety practices

  2. We describe the properties of glass and and how its fused and shaped

  3. You learn how to cut and shape glass using simple glass hand tools

  4. You choose from 75+ colours of glass as you design, cut and assemble your project 

  5. You leave your project with us for a few days to fuse and finish it

  6. Voilà! Click our Examples page to see first time glass students' glass works


Group Workshops: Get out of the house! Meet up with friends and create together.

(Discounts available for 3+ participants).

Studio-Made Glass Gifts. Explore our gift shop of unique glass bowls, trays, coasters, wall art, wind chimes, mobiles, suncatchers, light bars, nightlights and more.

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Welcome to Your New Happy Place. Feel free to drop by. Tour our studio, learn about workshops, or browse our gift shop and gallery.  

Glass Commissions Thinking of glass art for a specific space in your home or office? Looking for glass gifts for a special event or occasion? Give us a call. 


Buy Bullseye Glass Have your own home studio?  We're not a full Bullseye distributor but we carry lots of glass and can order in supplies.


Glass Sculpture for Your Home Check out recent works by owner-artist-instructor Layne Verbeek.


Find Us In the Leslieville's Factory East Warehouses, near Queen Street East and Carlaw Avenue. Steps from the Queen 501 streetcar and the Pape 71 bus.