Mary Angus Glass

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Visit Readsboro Glassworks during the Vermont Crafts Councilís 31st Annual Spring Open Studio Weekend,
May 27 & 28, 2023 10am-5pm.

Spring Vermont Studio Weekend

Join us in celebrating the Vermont Crafts Councilís 31st annual Spring Open Studio Weekend! Weíll be welcoming visitors Saturday and Sunday, May 27 & 28, from 10 AM to 5 PM. Stop in to see our hand blown glass and glass sculpture and watch one of the glassblowing and sandblasting demonstrations ongoing throughout the weekend.

The Vermont Crafts Council publishes an Open Studio Tour Guide with directions to participating studios. The Guide is available free on the Vermont Crafts Council website,

Readsboro Glassworks, #63 on the tour map, is located at 6954 Main Street, RT 100, (lower level) in Readsboro, Vermont. Look for the yellow signs! For more information call (802) 423-7706.

Looking forward to seeing you again at the next open studio!

Studio Door

Be sure to visit our Whitingham neighbors, painters Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeski.

During Open Studio weekend, Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeski will be showing their beautiful landscape paintings at Witch Hobble, their second home in Whitingham, Vermont. Both Procter and Matuszeski work in acrylic paint on canvas. They spend much of their time creating plein air paintings of the ponds, lakes, barns and woods of Windham County.

You can find directions to Mary Procter and Bill Matuszeskiís studio at Their address is 488 Faulkner Road, Whitingham, VT (802) 368-7750. Procter and Matuszeski are # 64 on the tour map.

Aurora IvyMary Angus creates objects that show the beauty of glass - its translucency, the way glass moves when it's molten, the effects of color, light, and shadow on a form. Her pieces show the beauty and fluidity of molten glass through the graceful curves and proportions of the blown vessel. She uses subtle relief or more sculptural carving to highlight the effects of light and shadow on the form.

"I especially love working with the perfume bottle form, I feel it is a very sensual piece, intimate in scale, a vessel meant to contain fragrance and evoke memories."

Glass Candy Canes
Glass Candy Cane

Mary Angus
Readsboro Glassworks
P.O. Box 99
Readsboro, VT 05350

Directions to the studio.