Bringing the Ocean to CGW

Central GlassWorks is now working on some new projects! We have been working on bringing visions of the beach into these chilly months. How you may wonder… Jellyfish and starfish, of course!(adding the hook to the top of the jellyfish) Central GlassWorks is creating glass Jellyfish and Starfish! Below we have a few pictures of … Continue reading

Ornament Sale!

Central GlassWorks is celebrating the holidays with ornament specials! Right now, buy one ornament for $12.50, two ornaments for $20, or buy three ornaments for $24! Come in today for a hand-blown glass ornament. These ornaments are perfect for gifting this holiday season, or to hang in your window throughout the year. Each one is … Continue reading

Girls Night Out! Saturday Oct. 7th 2017

Girls Night Out! Saturday Oct. 7th 2017

Central GlassWorks is incredibly excited to participate in Girls Night Out this year! Join us for some glassblowing demos and gallery shopping! We look forward to seeing you! Each location participating is guaranteed to have a fantastic special happening. Girls Night Out is a retail promotion for shopping, dining, and entertainment in downtown Centralia. It … Continue reading

Owls at Central GlassWorks

Owls at Central GlassWorks

Here at Central GlassWorks we are starting the fall season off right! We have pumpkins galore at the moment but, we wanted to bring another feeling of fall into the shop. We started making Owl Vases! Below, we have pictured some of the process in making our first two owls of the season! These clear … Continue reading

recent sculptures

recent sculptures

All of these and many more could incorporate CREMAINS if one desired. Please call (360)623-1099 or email centralglass@localaccess.com for details. The moon, fish, and hearts can be made to hang or sit.

Working with cane at CGW

Working with cane at CGW

Kevin M Regan and his crew start by pulling rods of solid glass color into very long thin lengths. This ‘cane’ is broken up then heated and rolled-up or added to more hot glass. Using different colors they heat and pull the cane again to twist in intricate designs. Single-colored cane may be mixed with … Continue reading