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-64. CAPE GAZETTE, Fridwy, April-40-,----AprH'l, ,1,998 Glass Crafters Studio under new ,ownership; relocates within Lewes By Jen EUingsworth A workshop, a gallery and a dis- tinctive gift shop, Glass Crafters Studio in Lewes is a unique and interactive business. Not only are there works on dis- play there which are made by pro- fessional artists, but Glass Crafters offers amateur artists the chance to roll up their sleeves and create the delicate and eye-catch- ing pieces of glass art and sculp- ture through on-site classes. Those eager to learn how to make fused, stained and cast glass should not feel intimidated, be- cause Glass Crafters offers classes for many levels. A comprehensive brochure of classes is available at Glass Crafters Studio. The business recently changed hands, after being owned and op- erated by Barbara Berl in the Bea- con Motel on Savannah Road for many years. Current owner Lisa Warrington bought the studio from Berl in January and relocat- ed to 1002 Kings Highway near Morris Shoes, across from Silk & Sands Florist. Berl, along with fellow artists Terry Saville and Joanne Allen, still remains affili- ated with Glass Crafters, and dis- plays her work and teach classes there. " Warrington said she's received good feedback from the commu- nity since the move and loves working with Berl, Saville and Allen. "I have fun every day," said Warrington, a glass crafter of four to five years who also owns a life- guard and residential pool service. "I feel like I have the knowledge of all of these veteran artists right here and that means a lot. To work with people who are happy about what they're doing really creates a great atmosphere." Another unique facet about cre- ating glass art, she said, is the fact that there's always a new project. The next endeavor for Glass Crafters, said Warrington, is cre- ating glass art for the Goshen United Methodist Church in Mil- ton. Such an auspicious assign- ment is like a dream come true for a glass crafter, she said, because it will be seen by the whole commu- nity. Warrington said a program she's especially excited about is the Summer Kid's Camps. Held Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the camp is a spinoff of the Cape Carousel program, in which Glass Crafters was a participating entity. Cost of the kid's camps are $225 per week and includes an ar- ray of glass-crafting activities, as well as other daily events such as "beach day." Pre-registration is required and the first session be- .e/. 3e DD. T)z,'ez" ..)on. are available throughout the summer. While many works are currently on display at Glass Crafters, War- fington said they're still in the de- velopment phase at the new loca- Angle Moon photo Lisa Warrington is the new owner of Glass Crafters Studio on Kings Highway in Lewes. tion. If you have a specific piece in mind and do not see it on dis- play, commissioned work is also available. You can also spy the handiwork of Glass Crafters at the Designer Show House V at the Sea Witch Manor Bed & Break- fast Inn on Lake Avenue in Re- hoboth Beach. Warrington an,d the Glass Crafters Studio created two large stained-glass windows located in the two-story foyer along with other works of regional artists interpreting Giacomo Puc- cini's "Tosca." The showhouse is open daily throughout April from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information about Glass Crafters Studio call 644-1115. 0) The 3 L 's in Real Estate! LiSt with Lou .t. .... 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