The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia was established in Weston, West Virginia, in 1993 as a non-profit organization with a goal to discover, publish and preserve whatever may relate to the glass industry in West Virginia, the United States of America or where ever else glass has been manufactured.
Scott Meyer, a glassblower and glass artisan has been making glass for over 20 years, the old world techniques inspire him to create modern works of art that are suitable for everyday use, all items are made in our gallery/studio in historic Weston WV. a town known for it's great glass heritage.
West Virginia American Art Glass LLC.
113 Main Avenue
Weston WV, 26452
Blenko Glass Company
For over 100 years Blenko has maintained and will carry on the tradition of hand making glassware in America. We offer a wide range of products which include Functional Glassware, Art Glass, Sheet Glass, Dalle De Verre Slab Glass and other quality products.
Blenko Glass Company
P.O. Box 67
Milton, WV 25541
Ron Hinkle Glass
NEW NEW NEWS!
Ron Hinkle owner and artisan of Ron Hinkle Glass Is Back Home at his Studio Making Glass in Buckhannon West Virginia. We are thrilled to announce Ron's homecoming! We are excited to welcome Ron back; making glass 5 days a week. Come out and see demonstrations Monday through Friday 9 - 3. We will be reigniting some old classics, creating new pieces, and continuing to make everyone's favorites! We look forward to seeing and hearing from you...
Gallery Hours are Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 9 am - 2 pm
Call for Demonstration Hours
WILKERSON GLASS: Known throughout the United States and worldwide for its innovative use of color, style and design of hand-shaped art glass. Fred S. Wilkerson "Glass Artist" Born in 1963, my first experience with molten glass came in 1975 when my father, Fred W. Wilkerson, built a small glass studio
Wilkerson Glass Company RD 3 BOX 305A Moundsville, WEST VIRGINIA 26041 MARSHALL County. Contact phone: 304-845-3552
John DesMeules is one of the few expert glass artists still operating within the state. His combination of hot glass pieces and unique blend of sandblasting techniques renders his work in a class of its own.
John learned the art of sandblasting glass over 25 years ago and added glass blowing and sculpting hot glass over 20 years ago. He has worked with and learned from some of the best known glass experts in the state.
John established his business, Glass Dimensions, in 1993. This business first located in Hurricane, WV before relocating permanently in Eleanor, WV.