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A great place to find some unique works of glass art. Also reasonably priced. Owners Johnny and Darlene are friendly and willing to explain how the items you buy are made, they also showed us the shop where they worked.
If you get a chance, stop to see this place. It is an art gallery of hand blown glass. My favorite today was a lamp. The colors are beautiful. There are glass pumkins and glass sea creatures and vases and floats--all made right there.
Very nice small studio and sweet greeter dog! Was able to watch the creation of a beautiful lamp base for a special order. They explained the process as they went and answered my questions. Well worth the side trip on our way home!
We loved this place and left with a beautiful little glass ball we watched them make. They are wonderful people and create some out of this world glass art! Really a great treasure on the harbor worth checking out!
I took my mom here for Mother's Day. I booked a class for the two of us. We each made a glass float and a glass vase/bowl. Our experience was incredible. The teachers were patient and helpful while providing a completely hands on experience for...More
We are so fortunate to live just a short drive from Opal Art Glass Studio and Gallery and have gradually filled our little beach house with their beautiful, one of a kind works of art. We stop by every few weeks just to see what's...More
They "rock" the glass here...I have bought, bartered, and begged for their blown glass. Johnny and Darlene are the nicest people on the Harbor. The beautiful blown glass in their showroom speaks talent equal to the masters of time. I like that when I come...More
We visited the Opal Art Glass Glassblowing Studio and Gallery after reading about it in the Chamber of Commerce tour guide. We are so glad that we made the short drive from Olympic National Park to see it. The owners Johnny and Darlene Camp were...More