Are you looking for that perfect pendant light or a unique chandelier to complete your space? McFadden Art Glass can help you design your lighting fixture down to the little details. You can choose your colors, shapes, dimensions and patterns. We have many examples at our studio as well as online. Bring the beauty of hand blown glass into your home!
We will be closed all day June 8, 2016.
We will be closed by 5:00 today, Friday May 13th.
We will be closed all day this Sunday, March 27th.
We will be opening a new studio right next door! We will be able to take larger groups for our hands on events and classes. We will announce the grand opening soon!
Tim is going to be featured at the 2014 Walters Art Museum gala. Tim will adorn the Carnevale Di Venezia Gala with Venetian-inspired glass. He has created an extravagant chandelier, beautiful wall pieces, and centerpieces for the attendees to admire over dinner. It will be great to have his glass work displayed at a local art museum that is internationally known for its collection of art. Tim McFadden’s glass art work will be displayed for the week of October 13th -18th!
After a week long venture to Italy with the Haagen Dazs team and other artists, Tim is ready to get his hands hot again. Tim has been paired with the gelato flavor vanilla. He will be creating gelato bowls for Haagen Dazs. We will post the final product as soon as it’s complete. Lets see how his trip to Italy has inspired this delightful design. #glass#hdmoment
Tim is gearing up for Day four of his trip to Italy with the Haagen Dazs team for the new artist series. The scenery has given Tim inspiration for the gelato bowls he will be creating for Haagen Dazs following their trip. Check out updated posts on the McFadden Art Glass Facebook page or the Haagen Dazs Instagram page,http://instagram.com/haagendazs_us/. Stay tuned to hear about the details of Tim’s trip to Italy!
We heated up the night tonight with two four week glassblowing sessions taught by owner Tim McFadden and assistant Barb Victor. In the picture below the students work diligently at both glory holes to create their final projects. Three weeks ago the students started as beginners and are now taking a leading role in creating their own glass art!