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Hendy’s Heady Holiday offered 20 vendors and their unique yet functional pieces of art during the event at Bud’s Glass Joint.
A patron examines the Tryptamine Tower, a piece of glasswork by Brian Jacobson, during the annual Hendy’s Heady Holiday showcase at Bud's Glass Joint on Dec. 16.
A patron examines the Tryptamine Tower, a piece of glasswork by Brian Jacobson, during the annual Hendy’s Heady Holiday showcase at Bud's Glass Joint on Dec. 16. Kevin Hurley
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From the Tryptamine Tower to wine stoppers and a pendant for Arizona Diamondbacks fans, about 20 artists from across the Valley showcased their handcrafted creations during a glass blower holiday market in mid December.

Hendy’s Heady Holiday delivered food, music and functional pieces of art during the free outdoor event at Bud’s Glass Joint on Dec. 16. It was the fifth time the head shop hosted the collection of unique gifts and holiday market.
click to enlarge Brian Jacobson with his glasswork
Brian Jacobson talks with patrons about his glasswork called the Tryptamine Tower.
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click to enlarge Fred Schorsch, cannabis, glass
Fred Schorsch talks to attendees about his glasswork and the classes he teaches at Home Blown Glasss in Tempe.
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Arizona lampworker Austin Hensley poses for a portrait with his glasswork.
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Bud Meister, a co-owner of Bud’s Glass Joint, poses for a photo in front of his Roosevelt Row store.
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click to enlarge glasswork, cannabis, Courtney Thompson
A patron examines glasswork made by Courtney Thompson of Della Luna Glass.
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click to enlarge A handcrafted glass dragon, Riley Schorsch
Fred Schorsch holds a piece crafted by his son Riley Schorsch.
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click to enlarge Luis Campos, Ironik Glass, cannabis
Luis Campos of Ironik Glass poses with his glasswork for sale.
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click to enlarge A handcrafted glass piece by Chase Sawicka
A patron holds a piece crafted by Chase Sawicka of Chasesglass.
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click to enlarge Gabriel Palacios, Gabe Real Glass, cannabis
Gabriel Palacios of Gabe Real Glass talks to a patron.
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click to enlarge wine bottle stoppers, Jeff Rogers
Handblown borosilicate wine bottle stoppers made by Jeff Rogers.
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click to enlarge Gabriel Palacios holds Arizona Diamondbacks pendant
Gabriel Palacios of Gabe Real Glass holds a handcrafted Arizona Diamondbacks pendant.
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Arizona lampworker Austin Hensley sells his glass pendants.
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click to enlarge Steve Hulsebos of SteveHGlass, glass, pipes
Steve Hulsebos of SteveHGlass holds his 8-month-old child, Cameron, while he and his wife Christiana talk to a patron.
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click to enlarge GlassPendants, Joshuwa Tilley of Jactupglass
Pendants made by Joshuwa Tilley of Jactupglass.
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Arizona lampworker Austin Hensley poses for a portrait with his glasswork.
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Bud's Glass Joint on N. 5th Street.
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