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Glassometry Studios
Ranked #32 of 52 things to do in Hood River
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Owner description: SPECIALTIES Cast Glass, Pate de Verre, Blown Glass, Hot Sculpted Glass, Metal Fabrication, Mixed Media Sculptures, and various other artistic pursuits. There is a variety of artwork in the Gallery: Spiritual, Inspirational, Decorative, Functional, Glass, Metal, Photography, Gifts and more. Price Range: $-$$$$ ARTIST/OWNER Laurel Marie Hagner is an artist and teacher with 16 years of professional experience as a leader in her field. Her passion lies in creating sacred works of art and teaching art as a method for healing. Her most powerful works reflect her journey, tell the story of our forgotten myths, and offer viewers breathing room to feel, think, and embrace the beauty and meaning in life. The images here are some of her most accomplished and inspiring. To find out more about her art, available works, and upcoming classes, please visit her website.
Reviewed July 13, 2013

My daughter bought a couple of pieces of glass and good art. This is surprisingly large and well equipped art studio that would rival any in the Northwest.

Date of experience: July 2013
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Reviewed May 23, 2013

Laurie Marie Hagen is the artist who created glassometry studios. She is very personable and very accomplished. A number of her steel and glass sculptures surround and inhabit the studio. She also produces functional art glass including sinks, counters, glasses, lamps and other useful objects. We both enjoyed watching her and the other employees work. The studio is set up with seating in the studio that facilitates getting a good look at how the glass is worked. We especially enjoyed working with one of the employees to create our own piece of glass. Each of us always wanted to know what it was like to work with glass and it was really fun to get a little better idea of what that is like.

Date of experience: May 2013
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Reviewed May 18, 2013

This place is super interesting. If you have money to spend (Starting around $20 and going up even as far as $80) you can make your own glass art from a large selection, customizing it to your liking. From an icicle, to a sphere, to a pear shape, even more complex things like a mug or bowl. If you don't want to spend money, you can still sit in and watch them make things, which is great. The whole process is one of the most interesting art forms I have seen. The people are very friendly and were happy to work with me as I made a spiral icicle piece.

Date of experience: May 2013
4  Thank manlybrian
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Reviewed November 6, 2012

We decided to stop in on our drive around the Fruit Loop. What a fabulous decision! The gallery has some absolutely gorgeous pieces. The highlight for us is we were able to create our own pieces! They have a menu of items you can create. You get to pick your colors and then you get to help them make it! It was really really cool. The staff was super friendly and fun to work with. My three year old even got to make an icicle ornament. Seeing the whole process was interesting too. This place is definitely going to become a family tradition.

Date of experience: November 2012
3  Thank backpackerjmk
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

Laurel Hagner, the owner and creator of Glassometry Studiosis so talented....visit her website to see examples of her glass blowing and metal sculpture. It's fun to visit and learn about glassblowing and even blow your own piece. Her staff is so friendly and informative you come away with a real knowledge of her art. An attractive gallery and shop with one of a kind artworks.

Date of experience: September 2012
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