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Olya's Hot Glass Studio

Moshav Aviezer, Beit Shemesh 99860, Israel
+972 52-387-3185
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Once in a lifetime experience in a hot glass studio

I've never seen first hand how glass art is made. Olya's studio gave me the opportunity to see it... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Shlomi S
An interesting fun workshop

We were two young boys and 2 seniors at this workshop today. Olya is patient and you really have... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2018
elainesQ7045MH
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Woodmere ny
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Olay's Hot Glass Studio is a glass blowing studio owned and operated by the glass artist Olya Brener. The studio is located in Moshav Aviezer at the center of Elah Valley. The Valley of Elah is a beautiful countryside region known as 'The Tuscany of Israel'. ​ Group Tour The studio offer a 1 hour tour which includes watching a live demonstration by our professional team of glassblowers, short lecture on the glassblowing process and answers any questions your group may have. Classes The studio specializes in teaching the art of glassblowing, offering a variety of class options for any experience level.
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“paper weight” (2 reviews)
“fun activity” (3 reviews)
“demo” (3 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Moshav Aviezer, Beit Shemesh 99860, Israel
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+972 52-387-3185
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I've never seen first hand how glass art is made. Olya's studio gave me the opportunity to see it live. Great out of the box experience.

Thank Shlomi S
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Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

We were two young boys and 2 seniors at this workshop today. Olya is patient and you really have the opportunity to learn how to make glass pieces. She has many safety measures and the experience is very exciting. You get to pick the colors...More

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Reviewed 16 November 2017

One of our friends was getting married and asked to participate in a glass-blowing session as part of his stag-party. Olya's studio stood out as the best option and Olya herself was very friendly and informative over the phone. The studio offered 3 different levels...More

Thank Uriel B
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

Cool place to visit and show how glass is molded and shaped.children especially are fasinated by the hot glass Olya has a show/demo format that is free for children (20 nis per person). And after that you can mold your own paper weight with your...More

Thank Noazh
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Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

We've been to Oly'as studio as our team's fun activity, and is was amazing. Olya directed us all in creating simple glass objects, such as glass cups, bowls, and my own awesome ashtray. While one of us worked, the rest were busy helping by blowing,...More

Thank Ori D
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Reviewed 29 April 2017

The glasblowcourse at Olya with Grisha and Olya was an amazing expierence. They take time for every one. Step by step they explained the prozess to make a glasbottle. Flowwing this we´ve got a detaild instruction to manufacture a paperweight with diffferent coulors.Personally i can...More

Thank Alexander G
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Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

Had great day with Olya at her studio, we worked 8 hours, very satisfying experience Made vases and bowls

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Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Recommanded activity for adults and kids at olya's hot glass studio. Excellent and proffesional demo

Thank Yossi L
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Reviewed 27 March 2017

I am so happy we found Oyla! She is wonderful. Patient, engaging and a wonderful teacher. We were doing a nearby Dig for a Day and Soreq Caves when I saw her in the area. I am so happy we did. I was with my...More

Thank Nancy F
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Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Olya taught us so much about glass and glass blowing. She made us all feel like expert glass artists. She worked well with my daughter who is an artist, and my daughter who has special needs. We were not rushed. She explained everything and had...More

Thank Sue A
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smsolomon22
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Response from elainesQ7045MH | Reviewed this property |
Hi you need to call Olga in advance. It’s fun for a small group. Only one person does it at a time. My grandson age 12 enjoyed. As for kids under the age of 8 I would ask Olga. Not sure of the cost as I wasn’t the one... More
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