Cohn-Stone Studios opens its doors to the public
on October 25, 2011
The glassblowers at the Cohn-Stone Studios in Richmond make glass sculptures motivated by nature. They produce thousands of glass apples, pears, seashells, leaves, and in the fall, pumpkins. With the help of three employees, Michael Cohn and Molly Stone work year-round, but only open their doors for a few weekends in the fall to show the public how glass pumpkins are made. Check out this video to see how the process works.
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