The Shenandoah Valley is a beautiful place to vacation. It can be adventurous, romantic, thrilling, relaxing, everything you’ve ever wanted in a getaway. Cabin Creekwood is located in Lyndhurst, Virginia, a central spot to experience all the Valley has to offer. Our cabins in Virginia lend themselves perfectly to whatever you are seeking in a trip. Stay with us while you explore the area. One interesting adventure we’ve been hearing about from our guests lately has been glass art at The Glass Palette in Charlottesville.
Glass art, particularly stained glass window panes, have historically been a fascination in the Shenandoah region. You can see the glass windows woven into architecture everywhere, including many buildings on the University of Virginia campus. The mother and daughter duo in Charlottesville that run the Glass Palette have been doing so for 9 years and have found that visitors from all walks of life love working with glass to create unique art. With a brand new studio, it’s clear that these ladies love what they do and know their stuff when it comes to glass art.
When you visit, you will learn about the services they offer to teach, including Fusing and Slumping, Bead Making, Stained Glass and Mosaic art, Sandblasting, and Fused Jewelry and Precious Metal Clay. They have students of all ages and you get to take your finished project home or they ship it to you. They even have events from time to time, such as their every-other-Thursday “Adults Night Out Glass Art Experience” or their Summer Studio Camp.
Visiting The Glass Palette in Charlottesville comes highly recommended by our guests that stay in our cabins in Virginia. We think word of mouth speaks for itself and after a long day of exploring and making art, you can admire your work in the sunlit rays in the cabins of Cabin Creekwood.