We are reopened and teaching classes!

We are reopened and operating at our normal business hours of Wed-Sun 11am-6pm. Classes have also fully resumed and can be scheduled by clicking the ‘BOOK NOW’ button or by calling (360) 623-1099 Thank you very much and we can’t wait to see you again! Kevin M Regan

highlight: glassblowing experience

We had a class from last winter share a video highlighting their experience in the hot shop! We love seeing students of all ages enjoy time with the glass. Thank you Robert and family! Credit: Robert Tanner

You can now shop CGW’s most popular products online!

You can now shop CGW’s most popular products online!

Visit our online shop to order our most popular products from the comfort of your own home, office or wherever you connect. We will be further building our online presence and adding many new products to our online store in the near future. Thank you for your patience and support in these unpredictable times.

The gallery is still closed but we are scheduling classes

CGW will remain closed to the public until Lewis County reaches phase 3 of Washington State’s reopening plan. However, you can schedule classes online by clicking the ‘BOOK NOW’ button. Class size has been reduced to a maximum of 6 participants to ensure social distancing guidelines may be followed. Central GlassWorks is also currently working … Continue reading

in action: cane pull

in action: cane pull

Cane. We’re enamored by its influence in the glass world! These unassuming stringers create a plethora of possibilities for glassblowers. And no matter where cane-work lies in the studio, their ribbons of color beckon every passing glance…but how are they made? Continue reading

in action: cane wall plate

in action: cane wall plate

It’s been quiet in the studio as of late…so here’s a look back on what we were up to earlier this year! Featuring our friend and ally, centrifugal force, this clip displays the climatic event that takes place when we introduce a vessel to the flame and finish shaping the glass by turning with gravity. … Continue reading