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INSPIRING LIFE THROUGH ART
A GLOBALLY RECOGNIZED ART BRAND THAT EMPOWERS WOMEN
Lisa Stirrett Creative Warrior Studio is a working glass art studio with a mission to empower women. Lisa’s work can be found in private and corporate collections as well as public installations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Her mission is to create stunning works of art that impact, inspire, and have purpose. In her public studio, you can purchase her work or come create with the Creative Warrior team. The studio is filled with a kind, inviting spirit. Her teammates are true warriors for the art, the customers, the women’s ministry, and for God.
Through the sales of our Products with a Purpose, we fund efforts to raise women up to be the warriors they are for their families and communities.
The Studio itself offers Fused Glass instruction, Classes, Event Rental, a full retail space of spectacular art pieces and Glassy Cuts, our in house brand of fused glass supplies and much more. Lisa personally offers both public and private art commissions, custom installations, and expert instruction.
Creative Warrior Classes
Open 5 Days a Week for DIY Open Studio, with Group Classes most weekends, there is always a good time to come and create with us!
Events & Studio Rental
Host your event with us! Baby Showers, Company Parties, Birthdays, Team Building, and more! We can even make glass while you party!
Learn more about our incredible work in Burkina Faso as we empower women with Pay-it-Forward Loans as part of our Non-profit, Creative Warrior Women’s Empowerment.
Custom Projects and Commissions
Interested in beautifying your space with Lisa’s award-winning art? Take a peek at a few of her commissions and learn more about what she can do for you.
Glassy Cuts is a System 82 Art Glass Company specializing in the industries widest selection of Pre-Cut fusible blank float glass shapes, as well as revolutionary Glassy Cuts System 82 Frit for home or professional applications.
We pride ourselves in our ability to reuse and recycle the glass used in our glass art.
There is always a use for our broken items or excess materials, no glass is left behind.