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           Eva E. Glassworks

 
custom glass art
Unique, hand-made glass for any occasion

Give something special, make your event memorable, or learn something new. Contact Eva E. Glassworks for any of your glass-related needs: 

 

•    Decorations and gifts for events such as mitzvahs, weddings, and corporate parties.

•    Personal gifts for friends or family such as jewelry, bowls, and sculptures. 

•    A teacher for those interested in learning the art of glass blowing

•    An entertainer for those looking to captivate an audience with live glass blowing.  

 

Learn more here and explore the rest of my site for examples of what I can offer. Feel free to call 

609-922-4483 or email 

evaeglassworks@gmail.com with any questions. 

 

If you don't see what you're looking for, special requests are always welcome. 

 

Once you find something that truly moves you, it can enhance your personal life, encourage you to grow, and leave you wanting more. That's what glass does for me. It's my first love. It's given me life and joy. And I know that comes through in my work. 

 

My name is Eva Shelley and I've been working with glass since 2000. I started by taking private lessons at the Crefeld School, a private high school in Philadelphia. I then took individual glass classes at Salem Community College in New Jersey. From there, I attended Temple University's Tyler School of Art, majoring in glass, and graduating in 2005 with a bachelor of fine arts (BFA). My focus at Tyler was furnace work, and also learned both hot and cold casting, as well as fused and slumped glass. 

 

Since graduating, I have been a freelance glass artist, creating glass art and glass jewelry. I've worked on a variety of different projects including pieces of jewelry for loved ones, glass sculptures for events, and company gifts for employees. Learn more about what I offer.    

 
 
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