Atlantic Art Glass is Hand Blown glass made by Linda and Ken Perrin. Taking inspiration from the Maine coast Ken makes beautiful tide pool sculptures in glass. The many-layered pieces evoke the myriad creatures that live at the waters edge. Linda blows elegant vases and traditional forms with fluid yet modern aesthetic. Their small glass blowing studio has just been expanded and moved to Downtown Ellsworth. Now an open workshop where classes and community events take place, these experienced artisans share what they love to do, in a place they enjoy, with people who are excited by the art of hot glass.



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I make everyday pottery that reflects a birch forest or a silhouette of the mountains and islands of Acadia, reminding you of your very best moments in Maine. That is my goal in creating Carole Beal Stoneware.
After 25 winters in the village of Bar Harbor, I now create pottery year round overlooking a five acre field in Blue Hill, Maine. I handmake each mug, platter or vase on a potter's wheel and handpaint with a wax resist design between two layers of glaze. Firing is outdoors for 16 hours in a gas kiln. Carole Beal Stoneware is safe for all foods, the oven, dishwasher and microwave.

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