Find out more about the Glassworks Team
Established in 2002, Glassworks Studio in Downtown Morristown, NJ, was the first walk-in all glass fusing studio open to the public, novice and artist alike. Since then, Glassworks has grown, transitioned, improved and refined the experience.
No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome. The trained and friendly associates will teach you all that you need to know to get started. Glassworks is a great space for people to gather and to spend quality time together.
Stacey opened Glassworks Studio because she was excited to discover the relative ease of making glass pieces vs the struggle she felt to succeed at pottery painting. With limited glass knowledge, she combined her careers in retail and in teaching to open a studio dedicated to serving the public.
The studio has led Stacey to become involved in the Morristown Partnership, Sustainable Morristown and the The Morristown Women in Business. Now residing in the Morristown historic district, Stacey is all about Morristown.
Meet The Team
Eva graduated college with a degree in elementary education. She has been working here since 2014 and uses her teaching knowledge to create classes and workshops for fun glass fusing techniques at Glassworks. Eva also enjoys being the main off-site event instructor when glass fusing comes to you! In her free time, Eva’s favorite hobby is carving her own stamps out of linoleum blocks.
Jennifer studied Theater Arts and Visual Arts as an undergraduate and holds a Masters in Teaching and K-12 certificate in both Art and Drama. Jennifer has been helping guests make fabulous works of art at Glassworks for 10 years as well as creating the adorable kits for younger guests aged 3-6. Additionally, Jennifer works as a set designer and fine artist.
Anne studied Biological Anthropology and has worked as a museum educator for the past 10 years. A member of the Glassworks team for 5 years, she enjoys working on weekends when she can guide children and families through the process of creating their own fused glass pieces. With an eye for precision and detail, she specializes in creating pre-cut elements for customers to add to their projects.
Courtney has worked at Glassworks for almost seven years. She has an undergraduate degree in Art & Design and graduate degree in Art Education. Courtney was a museum educator for 2 years and has taught elementary and middle school art in NJ for 6 years. Courtney is going back to school for her masters degree in occupational therapy. She hopes to incorporate her love of art and teaching into her new profession.
Tracy joins us following a relocation from the UK where she worked as a Special Needs Consultant and National Coach for School Improvement. Tracy’s experience extends to organising large events, developing training programs and marketing for her organisation; skills which she is now utilizing at Glassworks as the Marketing Director.
Michaela is a student at Morristown High School. Michaela ensures the smooth running of the studio after school and at the weekends by maintaining the caddies, kiln paper and other essentials needed on a daily basis. In her spare time Michaela likes to write and hang out with her friends.