Tesuque Glassworks was founded in 1975 by Charlie Miner. We are a locally owned business in beautiful Tesuque, New Mexico just north of Santa Fe. Tesuque Glassworks is dedicated to helping local artists and to teaching the public about glass working. In addition to our sales gallery, we offer daily glassblowing demonstrations and tours of the cast glass facility.
Our studio currently has availability for established glass artists and we also have an apprenticeship program for emerging glass artists. Individual and group lessons, in paperweight making or glass blowing, are available 7 day a week.
Tesuque Glassworks is open to the public every day of the year, weather (or other unforeseen events) permitting, and we happily schedule tours and school groups. There is more information on the FAQ page or feel free to contact us.
Charlie creating a piece in the studio
Artistic inspiration in the gallery
We will be reopening the Gallery on 1 June with modified hours: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on a daily basis. We are limiting the number of guests to three at one time due to gallery size and configuration. Face coverings are required by NM Government guidance and Tesuque Glassworks policy. Please no pets at this time.