BlackHillsGlassBlowers

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We’re on the way to Mt Rushmore.

Black Hills Glass Blowers is nestled in a lovely area of Keystone.   The studio is open daily mid – May through mid – Sept. during tourist season. Schedule varies in off – season: open part-time, call ahead. (605)666-4542.

         At the studio Pete Hopkins & Gail Damin create art glass by using blowpipes to gather molten glass from a 2000 degree furnace. The hot glass is blown and tooled to create vases, bowls, goblets, and paperweights in an array of form and color.  They also lampwork figurines, animals, flowers, ornaments by using a torch to melt glass rods and tubes.

         Visitors can  often see the blowing process or lampworking technique. On location, a beautiful selection of art glass and figurines is displayed for your shopping pleasure.

   The studio and store of Black Hills Glass Blowers, one mile west of the traffic light in Keystone, on Old Hill City Road. This is the view seen from the highway or from the 1880 Train.

        The tracks are directly across the highway from the studio. Open daily: Mid-May to Mid-September. In the off-season, please call ahead.

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