Harmony Stained Glass

Harmony Stained Glass

5.0 (5)
4 employees
20 years in business

About this pro

We think Harmony is the best glass store in the universe!

Our ambition is to nurture a community for artists, craftspeople and beginners to explore glass as a medium. To achieve that goal, we offer classes and social events for everyone from complete beginner to serious master.

We strive to provide training, materials and inspiration to bring out the best in those we meet and for them to bring out the best in us.

We offer a wide selection of art glass, Bullseye fusible glass and products, stained glass patterns, specialty tools, and supplies for stained glass, fused glass, and glass mosaics.

In addition to local and home-grown talent, we invite nationally recognized artists to teach here too.

Harmony Stained Glass is a fun place to be as you develop your style and skills in glass art.

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Pasadena, TX 77504
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5 Reviews

5.0

  • John Sandy

    Highly experienced artists who really share all they know.

  • Lauree Cunningham

    The instructions were very well planned and easy to follow. The store has an extensive inventory of glass and tools and patterns. The employees and owner are always willing to help. Very reasonably priced for glass, tools, classes. And oh, the classes are great!

  • Eric Allen

    Extensive knowledge in all glass categories. Great teachers also.

  • Sheryl Lambert

    Harmony is THE BEST! The owner, Joyce, and her staff are extremely knowledgeable and the shop is better stocked and equipped than almost any glass shop. After a visit or 2, you become one of the family. It’s like Cheers, where everybody knows your name. They offer classes in a variety of glass work, from jewelry, to mosaics, to stained and fused glass. There is literally something for everyone.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We offer classes that range from simple to complex.  For beginners, you can participate in a 2-hour Friday evening BYOB with friends.  No experience necessary and we guarantee you'll have a good time and create something that you're proud of. 

If you're more ambitious, you can take a once a week class to learn more skills and create something more advanced.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've been working with glass since 1997. From my first score and break, I was hooked.  We opened Harmony in 2003 and we've taught glass skills to thousands of people since then.

We've been teaching glass fusing for more than ten years. 

We have the depth of experience to help you feel comfortable and to be successful.


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