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Ziemke Glassblowing Studio

Vermont’s Premier Art Glass Studio
Waterbury Center, Vermont
(802) 244-6126

The Studio and Showroom

Ziemke Glassblowing Studio is located on scenic Route 100 between Stowe and Waterbury Vermont. It is the working glass studio of glass artist Glenn Ziemke. The Studio features a large gallery showcasing the complete line of Glenn’s colorful and classically inspired art glass. From the observation room, visitors can watch glassblowing in action as each unique piece is created one at a time.

Hours of operation:

Closed for the season. On the home page, you may sign up for emails to get updates on reopening.

We are:

15 minutes west/north of Montpelier,
30 minutes south/east of Burlington, Vermont
3 hours north of Boston, Massachusetts
2 hours south of Montreal.


The Artist

Glenn Ziemke began blowing glass as a student at Penn State University in 1976. Upon graduating in 1978, Glenn served a one-year apprenticeship then built his first studio in Accord, New York in 1979. He began marketing his work through craft galleries and art fairs throughout the eastern US. Glenn worked out of his studio in Maine for 14 years, and was a member of the Praxis Craft Gallery Co-Operative in Freeport Maine.

In 1995 Glenn Designed and oversaw construction of the Ziemke Glassblowing Studio in Waterbury Center, Vermont.


General Driving directions

  • From I 89 take exit 10, Stowe – Waterbury.
  • Go north on Route 100 for 3 miles.
  • The studio is located on the left side of the road, with a large glassblower sign.