Long Island Glass
194 Morris Ave #24, Holtsville, NY 11742, United States
Long Island Glass

Review №1

Very reliable shop filled with a plethora of glass from economic to true connoiseurs glass. Great customer service.

Review №2

Awesome vibe, so awesome seeing two legendary glass blowers at work! The gallery is also mind blowing! The intricate details and the collabs are so crazy!

Review №3

They don’t sell weed here, but they got a good bathroom for you to roll your joints in. Manager isn’t that bright. Have fun -J

Review №4

A+++ service and quality glass and quartz as always

Review №5

Love this place!!! Went to a class had an amazing time!!! Be Money (Brad) was great!!! You have to check it out!!!

Review №6

Great local shop awesome friendly artists amazing work very friendly

Review №7

The best talents under one roof

Review №8

Epic gallery and event space for exquisite works of art. Providing glassblowing lessons from the beginner level up, and they always have the best events. They also support a large swath of local talent so they are always giving back to those in the community! Keep up the great work; Joe (LIGJoe) and Brian.

Review №9

Really cool place with cool people working on hot glass.

Review №10

If you r interested in learning this trade, this is the place to do it.fine craftsmen.Catch a show on weekend and see the beautiful work.

Review №11

Fantastic staff and knowledgeable artists whos skills can make anything and everything. This rustic studio has an art gallery full of custom one of a kind paintings and glass pendants and functional art. Youre also able to take private or group classes with some of the best glassblowers on long island

Review №12

Regular visitor great glass and novelties

Review №13

Love this place. No where else quite like it. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Clean environment. Beautiful show ur looking to purchase glass art work or want to learn how to blow glass this is the ultimate spot!

Review №14

They will take your money and never complete the project. Happened three times to me with three different artists. These guys should not be making custom products if you see something you like in the showroom you can’t go wrong but lots of stress and hassle dealing with custom projects. I would not recommend.

Review №15

Definitely love these guys I would not be where I am right now without them!

Review №16

This place is amazing. Come by and check out all the amazing art the have in there art gallery.

Review №17

Amazing artists! One of a kind experience!

Review №18

This place is a glass lovers dream. Its like the east coast meca for glass. You literally have to experience this on your life.

Review №19

Making the sickest glass in NY. Check out their quartz line

Review №20

Very cool place, the glass work is amazing

Review №21

Very talented and nice people

Review №22

AMAZING PLACE/CLASS WITH AWESOME PEOPLE RUNNING IT!!Il start with a quick brief by saying I have been interested in glass blowing forever and just never really even thought to try and pick it up till now since I have my own house and the place to set up properly. Me and my brother were about to take a ride down to Corning NY to look more into the craft when we came across this studio out on the island. We reached out and the response time between Facebook and email was really impressive/fast and extremely helpful with long responses and detailed explanations…When first arriving to the class we came in the front doors and were really impressed with the layout and gallery style rooms. The creativity in the gallery rooms is out of this world from the glass art to the LI fish tank cut out and even the attention to detail of using trees to hold up the shelves. When you first arrive your in a room with necklaces, pendents, and other small items then as you round the corner you phase into a different style of glass work which is incredibly artsy and done by a lot of extremely talented people. This area is What most people are coming for I would imagine and the work put in on some if these pieces is really something that you could look at all day plus some. As we were looking the owner LIG Joe came in and introduced himself and explained some of his techniques and was a real awesome just down to earth dude… He took the time to answer whatever questions we had and explained how he came up with some of his works of art…Next we started the workshop where the artist B$ introduced himself and again was another good dude willing to answer any questions we had and take the time to explain… It was nice to see the class was small and only had 4 people in it… (me, my brother, dad, and another kid we met there)… First we went through and he explained the kilns and the tools to us and then moved back towards the class area. In this area he started by explaining the gasses and how to properly ignite and turn off the torches. He then did a quick demo of what we would be doing ourselves only a short time later… After all this we went into production and he came around to each person giving us tips and explaining to us what to do next or how to fix what was happening... The small class atmosphere made it easy for each student to get individual attention and be able to ask your own questions (he also came around and took pics with your phone so you would have them for facebook/insta/etc...)... We then wrapped up by putting our piece in the kiln for pick up the next day. The class finished with B$ answering any other questions we had and wrapping the day up…What we ended up with at the end of the boro class was a pendent which could be jewelry, fan/lamp puller, etc.. Basically a marble with a loop on it, this may sound simple until you sit down and try it yourself for the first time… I promise you will get a wayy different outlook on the glass you see in head shops, sculptures, and all other glass art forms… Even though you make a “basic” piece to start with you learn so much about the art and get a good feel at how it is done and what it takes for people to make the other pieces you see… This class is definitely worth it and I would highly recommend going into the gallery again after and it will give you a completely different outlook on the skill it took to make each piece.Class was amazing along with all the highly skilled people working at it! Definitely recommended!!!Sorry for the long review but wish I had something like this to read when I was looking into it, rather then asking questions… We will be back for more 1 on 1 and 1 on 2 classes!! The opportunites are endless and after this class there is many other classes you can take with them to expand your skill level or even rent a spot!!Even if you do not want to get into the craft but would like something fun/new and interesting to do TAKE THIS CLASS... Like i said it gives you a whole new outlook on glass and is just a fun experience all around...Thanks Again!!

Review №23

Fastest custom ever best customer service and beautiful art at amazing prices!!! Ordered a custom pendat and rig on Friday and had it Wednesday MULTIPLE STATES AWAY!!!

Review №24

I love it there

Review №25

This is the high society of glass blowing artisans!

Review №26

If you live on Long Island and youre about glass, this is the spot.

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4.8 Rating
  • Address:194 Morris Ave #24, Holtsville, NY 11742, United States
  • Phone:+1 631-730-7074
  • Art center
  • Glass blower
Working hours
  • Monday:11am–10pm
  • Tuesday:11am–10pm
  • Wednesday:11am–10pm
  • Thursday:11am–10pm
  • Friday:11am–10pm
  • Saturday:Closed
  • Sunday:11am–10pm
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