Join Louisville Glass Artist Jonathan Swanz at the Hope Mills finishing Studio as he opens up his cold shop to the public for the first time.
The Hope Mills studio was formally a 19th Century tobacco warehouse later transitioned into a studio space for artisits.
Swanz, a regular at Louisville's Glassworks, is one of the premiere glass artists in the region and is currently producing chandeliers and wine decanters for art buyers and wine enthusiasts everywhere. His self fabricated chandeliers utilizing custom hardware displays the battuto method of finishing glass.
In Louisville, his decorative and architectural work has been utilized in these restaurants:
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