Thal Glass Studio

3800 Linn Dr, Wilson, WY 83014, USA

Claim this listing to add a description and link to your website.

  • Amira Burns   Oct 19, 2021

    Over several years we've been building our collection of original, beautiful, top quality glass work from Laurie and Dan. They are always extremely professional and friendly, whether we're buying something or just looking, and it is a joy to visit their studio. I look forward to continuing our relationship!

  • Carrie Boynton   May 24, 2023

    Laurie is incredibly talented. Our staff enjoyed spending the evening with her while learning to blow our own Christmas ornaments. It was a wonderful experience for everyone on our team. Highly recommend.

  • Ron Hines   Jun 18, 2023

    On the way from Jackson to Teton Village, we decided to visit the Thal Glass Studio and am so glad we did. We not only were given a tour of the studio and many of the outstanding art pieces that Laurie and Dan have created, but Laurie took the time to briefly show us some of the techniques used to make the different art pieces. Laurie's expertise in glass blowing combined with Dan's unusual skills in sandblasting have resulted in some of the most unique glass pieces I have ever seen - truly beautiful art. If you appreciate art glass - or art in general, I would urge anyone to take the time and visit the Thal Glass Studio in Wilson, Wyoming.

  • Marguerite shaw   Dec 22, 2021

    Great place and amazing activity. I know I blowing might seem a bit intimidating. In Laurie's capable hands it is fun, educational, and gratifying! Go. The studio has beautiful finished pieces. Leaving with your own finished ornament is fantastic.

  • Catherine Stypa   Dec 04, 2023

    I brought my whole class of 4th graders and we had such an amazing time today at our glass ornament workshop! Laurie Thal is a phenomenal artist and teacher. She welcomed all seventeen of us into her studio, which is full of glass artwork, without blinking an eye. Each student took a turn making their own ornament - choosing the colors, blowing the glass, and turning it in the oven. Students were involved in the process from start to finish, and we simply can't wait to see the final results on Monday! Thank you Laurie!

cached 03/01/24 - 11:45:39 AM