From the first glass forming techniques of the ancient Phoenicians to the magnificent sculptural works of Dale Chihuly, glass blowing has been used by skilled craftsmen to transform raw materials into both functional and beautiful works of art. Glimpse will take you inside a glassblowing studio as skilled artisans use three separate furnaces. The first, which contains a crucible, forms the molten glass in searing hot tempatures of 2400 degrees fahrenheit. The second is called the "glory hole" and is used throughout the process to keep the glass at a proper working temperature. The final furnace is called the "lehr" and is used to slowly cool the glass. Glimpse will provide you with a unique perspective and an appreciation of glassblowing as fine art.