Hand blown glass made in Salado, TX by artist Gail Allard.
Salado Glassworks is an exquisite glassblowing studio, gallery and art gallery created by artist Gail Allard. Nestled in the picturesque Village of Salado, TX, our studio beckons you to witness the magic of glassblowing firsthand (on select dates and times). You're also invited to explore our gallery, brimming with stunning, meticulously handcrafted blown glass pieces available for purchase.
Experience the enchantment further by participating in our captivating Blow Your Own events, thoughtfully organized throughout the year and open to the public. Join us at Salado Glassworks, where artistry meets craftsmanship, and where the captivating dance of glass comes alive - a visit that promises to be nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Salado ( sə-LAY-doh) is a town in Bell County, Texas, United States. Salado was first incorporated in 1867 for the sole purpose of building a bridge across Salado Creek. In 2000, the citizens of Salado voted in favor of reincorporation, before which it was a census-designated place. The population was 2,394 at the 2020 census. == History == Archaeological evidence of a paleolithic Native American settlement dating back about 15,500 years, the Buttermilk Creek Complex, has been unearthed in Salado.