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The artists' arena

It seems that the art world has become a mystery to the average American. Elementary art education becomes a thing of the past, a mere childhood fantasy, and the countless hours of pure creativity and enjoyment are forgotten. So where does one go who wants to get it back?

  • The answer can be found at places like Amazing Glaze in Mount Washington, where painting pottery becomes individual artistic expression. Classes include “Mommy and Me” studio time for families, mosaic table workshops for adults, and the popular monthly “Ladies Night” -detailed through the slideshow. The staff at Amazing Glaze proves that a relaxed atmosphere, professional training, and a little bit of fun are all it takes to make art an obsession.

  • Artistic inspiration is born in places like Corradetti Studio, where glass becomes vision and fire allows the creation of that vision. Renowned as Baltimore’s only private glass-blowing studio and school, owner and teacher Anthony Corradetti provides and interactive classroom setting that students rave about. Beginner or expert, Corradetti welcomes anyone willing to work and sweat for art.

  • True artistry is molded in places like Savage Neon, where science is art, in all of its glory. Thin tubes of glass are melted, bent, and filled with gas to make illuminating neon designs. One-on-one training with Haley Ryane, Baltimore’s best neon designer, will spark your enthusiasm for this rare art form.