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Tesuque Glassworks, Tesuque

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TripAdvisor
  • The folks at the Glass Studio were welcoming and warm. They toured us through the whole casting and blowing arts. The view into the studio to watch the master blower work was fascinating. My respect f...  more »
  • Enjoyed watching glasswork being done and have an appreciation for how much effort goes into it. George one of the artists explained a lot to us and we enjoyed watching him at work.  more »
  • We were really impressed with the quality of the glass art in their gallery. Some of the pieces were exquisite. From the subtle to the extraordinary, this is the best place in town. In the studio you ...  more »
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  • Friend of mine worked there. It's really cool watching the process of glassblowing. Elegant showroom.
  • Amazing glass art ! nice drive ! friendly people!
  • Incredible hand-made glass artwork. Wonderful area to view artists performing their craft. Afterward, the artist spoke to us about his story and explained the process.
  • Charlie Miner is an institution in the glass blowing world. A must see in Sante Fe
  • My visit to this artist studio and gallery showroom was terrific. Artists were in the hot shop making vases, seashells and large decorative plates during my afternoon visit. The team of artists made glass blowing look so easy but I know it is not. I tried it once and was shocked to realize how quickly the 2,000 degree molten glass cooled. When the glass cooled, my instructor reheated the soon-to-be art item so that I could again try to form a little drinking glass. With very attentive instructors, I finally got a little colorful item finished and into the annealing oven. Tomorrow I will pick it up from the studio. Meanwhile, I had great fun selecting gifts for family and friends. Knowing that these gifts were all Made in America (made in Tesuque) was a bonus.