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New website with up-to-date information on custom hand blown glass has been launched by McDermott Glass Studio. The company is encouraging visitors to visit the site to leave feedback for future improvements and updates.

Sandwich, USA – July 24, 2014

/PressCable/ — People interested in quality design in custom hand blown glass will find relevant and useful information on the new recently launched McDermott Glass Studio website. This new website launch takes into account several most requested features including website displays with a variety of designs, shows inovations, and glass sculptures.

McDermott Glass Studio has invested considerable time and effort to ensure an enjoyable user experience while providing timely and relevant information on custom hand blown glass. Additional updates and new features can be expected in the future. Interested parties can view the website at http://mcdermottglass.com.

McDermott Glass Studio employs a Scottish technique of glassblowing, rather than the more common American-Italian method introduced to the country in the 1980s.

CEO David McDermott described the new website in this way:

“There has been a lot of positive feedback surrounding the glass studio and the information that it provides. McDermott Glass Studio is committed to making continual improvements and adjustments so that all people interested in quality design have access to the latest information on custom hand blown glass. It is the goal of McDermott Glass Studio to become the leading resource for reliable information on issues impacting people interested in quality design.”

McDermott Glass Studio welcomes new and old website visitors alike to take a look at the new features available, and to submit feedback for the next round of updates.

As someone honing a craft, When McDermott opened the studio he began a yearly gathering, the Glass Jam, where they invite glassblowers, artists, sculptors and woodworkers to their studio every October to come together to learn from and share ideas with each other.

Even so, McDermott does not call himself an artist. He considers himself a craftsman and a technician, who will forever be learning and creating while employing this artful craft.

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