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Andrea Davis-Gonzalez is a Seattleite who has written published articles ever since she was in high school. She is a fierce, passionate journalist devoted to extending a voice to those seldom heard in our society. In 2010, she graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism from Western Washington University. Andrea has written articles for the Yakima-Herald Republic and Tacoma's News Tribune. She was also an intern for CW11/KSTW, a Seattle affiliate of the CW Network, where she assisted production crews and promoted shows, such as The Vampire Diaries, Melrose Place and The Office. Although she has a love-hate relationship with Seattle, often influenced by the weather, she enjoys everything about the city that makes unique, especially when the sun comes out.

Glassybaby Seconds Sale In Seattle To Fund Local Nursing Scholarships

(Photo Credit: Glassybaby)

(Photo Credit: Glassybaby)

Find peace in the art of light in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood. Glassybaby takes pride in its unique and locally handcrafted votives and candle holders, each made of three layers of hand-blown colored glass. More than 80 glassblowers, inspired by the stories of others, are devoted to specially creating each one.Eight hands focus on creating each individual glassybaby before being placed in 2,000 degrees of focused heat. Glassybaby knows how to appreciate the “imperfectly perfect” handmade blown glass to add to its collection, in turn inspiring others to expand their own.

Don’t miss the glassybaby Seconds Sale at 8 a.m. Saturday, June 21. Ten percent of all the sales will benefit local nursing scholarships at Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, Shoreline Community College and Bellevue College. To date, Glassybaby has donated $2 million to more than 100 charities that are dedicated to helping people heal.

Each glassybaby, a sturdy votive or vessel, is unique and handcrafted in Seattle. Also available at the Seconds Sale will be a hand-blown glass drinker, which can be used with warm and cool liquids. A glassybaby will cost $28 and drinker will cost $35.

A second glassybaby will be available at the Madrona studio and Hot Shop only, but it will not available to order online or by phone order. Unable to make the Seconds Sale? Check the glassybaby Facebook page for a special offer available during sale hours.

WHEN: Saturday, June 21, 2014. Doors open at 8 a.m.

WHERE:
Glassybaby
Madrona Studio and Hot Shop
3406 East Union Street
Seattle, WA 98122
Ph. 206-538-2436

TICKETS:
Browsing is free. A glassybaby will cost $28 and drinker will cost $35.

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