Welcome To Harmony Glassworks
Set in the heart of rural Harmony, California, Harmony Glassworks offers a one-of-a-kind experience in contemporary glass art. Founded in 2007 by glassblower and instructor, Eric Dandurand, Harmony Glassworks is an art gallery, studio, and school all in one.
Our mission is to create unsurpassed glass art and share the joy of glassblowing with the public, through our unique glass gallery and in-house glassblowing classes. Inside the gallery, you'll find a large collection of hand-blown glass art from some of the best glass artists in the world, including a large selection from local glass artists, including sculpture, vases, platters, lighting, wine and regular glasses, hearts, paperweights, ornaments, jewelry, bottle stoppers and more.... read more
"I imagine my works as being in families for generations, as being initiators of conversations and as being sources of joy for their guardians. I am proud to be a glassblower. I admire both the creative and technical aspects of glass. It is a fascinating medium that enables me to go into that no-time zone and flow."... read more
With a population of just 18, historic Harmony, California, is a unique tribute to times past, and a favorite of locals and tourists alike.
Today, Harmony is regarded as a local treasure, and home to a handful of shops, including Harmony Glassworks. But Harmony also has a deep history in dairy production. Beginning over 100 years ago, Harmony has played a major role in bringing the dairy industry to the Central Coast, an economic impact that is still evident today with our continued local dairy production.
Harmony Glassworks offers glassblowing classes at our in-house studio. No experience is necessary, and our personalized instruction is tailored for all skill levels. If you've never tried glassblowing, our classes will introduce you to the craft, and repeat classes will enable you to develop your skills as far as you'd like to take them... read more
From the Blog
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We have recently added a flock of chickens to our attractions! These neat shots were taken by photographer John Livzey. Read more
Oct 15 - Dec 4 Overview // The Central Coast Craftmaker's present Dimensions 2011, a juried exhibit of fine craft created by residents of San ... Read more
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