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I ordered an unlimited glass quest float and it arrived today and I cannot tell you how much more beautiful it is in person than from the website. I have quite a collection of floats and the one I purchased is by far the most beautiful one in my collection. This brings my total to 50. It’s just spectacular!!
-- Erin Speelman, 2/24/21

Really enjoy the glass quest. Such a great community event!
-- Tj Swier, 2/18/21

You guys make the best glass balls.I have gotten (found) a glass ball for the last six years.I am not going this year because of this Covid-19 stuff going on. Maybe next year.You guys are the best.
-- Margaret Rice, 2/17/21

Your work is absolutely stunning!
-- Erin Speelman, 1/27/21

I so Love you work...These are Stunning. Thats why I brought 3...
-- Tracey Hart, 9/30/20

I was looking for some Seahawks glass balls like the floating ones u had at the glass quest?
-- Susan Landree, 2/16/20

I am looking for a cobalt blue Viking drinking horn. Please help...thanks
-- Dave Taylor, 2/20/19

Hey Mark I purchased 2 glass floats in Jekyll Island Ga, for thank you gifts. I just loved your pieces. My mother just passed away in July and I wanted to see if you did any glass floats with the ashes? And what the cost would be. Thanks
-- Kay Moore, 8/2/18

Wondering if you are still selling scrap remnants for $3/pound. If so, do you ship? I live in Mass. Thanks
-- Cathy Greenspan, 6/23/18

Love your artwork!
-- Andrea Baker-makuta, 2/20/18

Glass Ball questing
-- Jessica Carvalho, 2/18/18

Mark. We bought glasses and yard flowers from you years ago. Our daughter Kristin Carman worked with your wife. Your wife was an aide in her classroom. Anyway I brought a large glass another of my daughters bought while we were there and I need to replace it. Do you have any blue large glasses? The one I broke was large a medium blue swirled around and the rim of the glass came out. Thank you for your help.
-- Kathleen Sennett, 12/19/17

Thanks for the interesting demonstration on making the dragon.Even though very hot it was a cool event.Upon next visit to this neighborhood we shall stop by again.
-- Rose Bergeron, 8/2/17

love all beautiful glass pieces & was really surprised on how the glass pieces were formed.Thank you so much . Gloria
-- Gloria Shofner, 2/22/17

Hello, I am the Events Coordinator for the Stanwood/Camano American Association of University Womaen and we would really like to know if you give short tours for froups in Stanwood. Many of our members have a lot of your work and would be great candidates for taking a future intro class. Please let me know if we can arrange something in March. Lynda Buehring Email: Goldracket@aol.com or cell @ 206-550-4409 or home @ 360 387-4573. Lynda
-- Lynda Buehring, 1/24/17

Love...love....love the art.
-- Cindy , 7/30/16

Do you have any of these lamps in blues that are not yet sold?
-- Louise Bruland, 7/15/16

I have acquired a lot of OBG blown glass paperweights and eggs. I can't find very much out about the origin of the artist. Can you help?
-- Tracy, 9/17/14

Beautiful just beautiful.
-- Sue Favro, 8/22/14

I have the starfish paperweight from 1996 with Mt. St. Helen's ash.
-- Janet Kropp, 4/12/14

Glass Quest Hand Blown Art Glass Studio

 Mark A. EllingerStanwood, WA360-629-7005

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