Watch glass blowers transform molten glass into artwork in this Makawao Courtyard studio. If you didn’t witness it happening, you might not believe that the kaleidoscopic vases and charismatic marine animals were truly made out of the fragile, fiery-hot medium. Several artists show their work here; prices range from $25 for pretty plumeria dishes to over $4,000 for sculptural pieces. In the middle range ($190–$420) are Chris Richards’ luminescent jellyfish floating in glass and Chris Lowry’s petal-patterned “Chris-anthemum” bowls ($500).
Hot Island Glassblowing Studio & Gallery
3620 Baldwin Ave
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