Talking glass will be a picnic this summer:

We hope to see you at one or more of the Guild picnic potlucks. Everyone would love to see your latest project or hear plans for your next one. See the individual event listings for details. Friends, spouses and anyone interested in glass is welcome but please contact the host in advance, if only by an hour or two, to tell them how many chairs etc. they need to put out.

July 14, Keyport WA (Kitsap Peninsula, west of Seattle) 1 to 3 pm hosted by Fred Buxton and Loraine Wolff at their waterfront studio.

July 28, Seattle, WA 11 am to 2 pm hosted by Karen Seymour, one block west of the Seattle Zoo.
Includes a mold swap.

August 11, Battle Ground WA (N of Vancouver WA) 11 am to 3 pm hosted by Gail Haskett.
Includes a bargaining session so you can trade the things you don’t use for something you might.

August 24, Fairview OR (NE of Portland) noon to 3 pm hosted by Margie Reiff in the neighborhood park.


Portland area Open Studios

This popular tour and sale will be September 14th and 15th, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Register NOW

The show is in its 9th year and is open to all current PNWGG members who have their studio or home in these five counties:  Columbia, Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas (Oregon) or Clark (Washington State). Other members may participate as a guest at a studio within these 5 counties.  
Here’s the link to the application info.

Margaret Eagle’s Sherwood OR studio is in an old stable that gives lots of room to look at glass.

The cost for each artist is $65.  We’ll have new signs and more advertising this year. Registration will close August 1st if you want your photos in the publicity, so sign up as soon as you can. The absolute deadline is August 15th but if you wait that long you miss out on being publicized well. No refunds will be given but you can have an acceptable replacement buy it from you.

If you are able to host other member-artists in your studio, please register right away so possible guests can be connected to your studio.


Visit the Members’ Gallery

to see our glass on your screen. It’s even better in person: attend one of the many events on our calendar.


Selling glass, looking for glass etc.?

Fill out the Form for a “Classified” to inform our members


Volunteer Opportunities:

Join one of the teams helping the Guild bring you more benefits. Some positions take only a few minutes a week, some are 1 to 4 hours a month: the teams


Give someone a year of membership in the Pacific Northwest Glass Guild. See the newsletter article for more info.