Would you like to know who we are and what we do? Here is a short documentary done by the Emmy award winning production crew, Lehigh Valley Rising. In this video you will see a couple of the key figures that make Warner Art Glass what it is, as well as get a mini tour around the store. Enjoy. Click here to view
The cool, smooth surfaces of hand-blown art glass curve and swoop like fluid moments frozen in time and space. Viewed in the hushed serenity of a chic gallery, these delicate pieces may seem remote and aloof. However, the dynamic atmosphere of Warner Art Glass welcomes tactile interaction and creates an immersive experience. Displays of eclectic glass giftware such as bowls, sculptures, and pitchers – made primarily on premises – spread throughout the sprawling light-filled space where hobbyists and professionals also shop for supplies and visitors can observe artists in action– or even engage in a variety of learning opportunities. Click here to see the rest of Marketplace's Article.
Holiday Gift Guide: Experience the wonder of glassblowing with a hands-on Hot Glass Encounter. Participants learn about the materials, tools, and skills needed to transform raw, molten glass into a work of art. The glassblowers at Warner Glass Art will work with your group to create your own one-of-a-kind piece that you can take home or gift. Click here to see the rest of Marketplace's Holiday Gift Guide.
It’s a Monday afternoon at the Banana Factory, and Kim Hogan’s students are gathering up their projects at the end of their stained glass mosaic class. Hogan compliments a girl who comes up to show her the progress she’s made and reminds another to be careful as she hurries out the door. Click here to see the rest of Marketplace's article on Kim Hogan.
WHITEHALL, Pa. - Warner Art Glass Center would like to acknowledge and thank the Lehigh Valley community as well as our wonderful customers. We reached out to our community for help in contacting local medical facilities in need of assistance. With your help we were able to donate all $10,000 worth of safety equipment to LVHN, St. Luke's Hospital, Kirkland Village in Bethlehem and Good Shepherd in Allentown. We were also able to make contact about donating our recently renovated warehouse space for medical purposes. We are so proud to be part of such a caring and strong community. We look forward to being able to continually serve this great community in these trying times and after. Stay Safe and Stay Strong. - Warner Art Glass Center Staff
WHITEHALL, Pa. - The Warner Art Glass Center in Whitehall welcomed dozens of local Special Olympic athletes for a creative, hands-on project Saturday. Click here to see the rest of 69 WFMZ-TV News article.
A Labor of Love and Wonderland for Artists and Hobbyists of All Ages. If glass blowing isn’t already on your bucket list, we highly suggest you add it. Click here to see the rest of Marketplace's article.
Absolutely a must-see attraction! Warner Art Glass Center will satisfy the senses with an incredible display of handmade art glass pieces from around the world. Click here for the rest of Discover Lehigh Valley's review.
Palace of glass to open next to the Lehigh Valley Mall. Financially speaking, the art glass business has hardly been shatterproof, Charles Warner says. "I've been in it a long time," Warner said recently. "I've kind of ridden it up, ridden it down, and I think it will go back up with a different outreach to a broader audience. " Click here to see the rest of The Morning Call's article.