Callahan’s Firehouse Studio, located in Langley, Washington on beautiful Whidbey Island, is re-defining the 3,000 year old art form of glass blowing. Set up in the town’s old firehouse, you’ll find a feast for the senses awaiting you inside. A Whidbey Island native, Callahan McVay has studied with masters from all over the world. He not only sells his own amazing pieces, he also makes them before a mesmerized crowd.
While people can’t resist walking into the studio to get a closer look at what’s going on inside the open firehouse doorways, they often find themselves taking a lesson, or “experience” as Callahan prefers to call them, in blowing their own glass. Making glass blowing available to the public is a concept that is gaining Callahan’s Firehouse Studio a great deal of attention these days.
Those who wander in through the doors to make a purchase often find themselves walking out with something much more – bragging rights to a new skill and memories that will last a lifetime. Experience Callahan’s for yourself! Visit the website at callahansfirehouse.com, or follow Callahan’s on Facebook at Facebook.com/pages/Callahans-Firehouse