Harmony Glassworks

Set in the heart of rural San Luis Obispo County, California lies Harmony. Boasting a population of 18, 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.


Their mission is to create unsurpassed glass art and share the joy of glassblowing with the public, through their unique glass gallery and in-house glassblowing classes. Inside the gallery, you will find a large selection of hand blown glass from some of the best glass artists in the world, including profound works by Jiri Pacinek, Charles Lowrie, Ted Emerick and Eric Dandurand. Many more artists are represented than we can list.


They have a large collection of affordable indulgences. The collection includes sculpture, vases, jewelry, paintings, platters, lighting, drinking glasses, paperweights, ornaments, stained glass, wine bottle stoppers, glass furniture and more.


Glassblowing classes are also available by reservation for those who want to learn the craft–no experience necessary! To book, visit their website.


Thursday–Monday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

2180 Old Creamery Road, Harmony, CA, 93435

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