Top Spots For Glass Art In Las Vegas

July 9, 2012 6:00 AM

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Glass art is displayed and created in different venues and designs throughout the city. Choose your glass art favorites and find the best place to enjoy them. Sign up for a class to learn a new talent or just sit and enjoy the light through a stained-glass window. Whichever way you approach it, the beauty of glass art is something everyone can enjoy.
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Studio One Glass Art
6280 Farm Road
Las Vegas, NV 89131
(702) 227-0202

From etched-glass to stained-glass supplies, Studio One Glass Art has everything needed to create glass art for a home or business. Studio One is continuously growing with classes and seminars planned for the future. Glass molds, glass stains and all other supplies are available for purchase. Etching supplies make this unique talent easy for any beginner. Try staining glass with a wide range of kits to start with. Although located in Las Vegas, all Studio One purchases have to be made online.

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The Funk House
1228 S Casino Center Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89104
(702) 678-6278

Featuring glass art predominately from the 1950s, The Funk House presents a variety of glass art from various decades. In addition to the other antiques the store offers, the glass art is functional and decorative. Made obvious by the name of the place, visitors can choose from a plethora of funky vases or home decor pieces. The Funk House is a supporter of Las Vegas’ First Friday for artists and sells artists’ creations of all types. This shop can be found in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, surrounded by art stores, poetry-reading houses and the art life that has become famous in this area.

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Fiori Di Como at Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(888) 987-6667

The glass art ceiling at the Bellagio is truly a work of art. The lobby of the Bellagio Hotel and Casino boasts an 18-foot ceiling with a coffer filled with glass flowers. The light shining through the glass provides a beautiful scene for those checking in to the hotel or for guests who just want to see something special. The piece is made up of 2,000 hand-blown blossoms and was created by Dale Chihuly, the powerhouse of the glass art industry. Each flower is a beautiful piece of art by itself, with the combined piece shining like an abundant spring garden.

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The Gallery at City Center
3720 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89158
(702) 590-8741

In Crystals Place at City Center, a new gallery of glass art awaits for visitors to feast their eyes on. See the newest pieces by Dale Chihuly. His delicate glass flowers are featured among drawings and prints of his work in this 4,350-square-foot space. Chihuly expands his collection in Las Vegas with this new gallery, bringing more of his art to an expanded audience. If you thought the Bellagio ceiling was impressive, one glance at this display will immediately captivate you. The Gallery at City Center, located in Crystals Place, is connected to Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

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Glass Art Studio Inc.
4310 Cameron St, Suite 3
Las Vegas, NV 89103
(702) 227-9794

For supplies and classes, the Glass Art Studio, Inc. is the place to look. This studio proudly displays the glass art its students create as well as its own professional-level pieces. Questions and needs are met by the employees with a smile and a knowledgeable base of information. Take a stroll through the studio and find out what types of pieces you like. Then, pick a class focused on creating something similar and expand your artistic skills. A small investment of time and money can have you creating your own glass art to display at home.

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