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Hand Blown Glass Art, Architectural Elements and Fused Dichroic Glass Jewelry

Welcome to Robbins Ranch Art Glass. Our studio is located in Stanley, New Mexico, 45 miles southeast of Santa Fe and 35 miles east of Albuquerque, NM. The hot shop and studio were built on an old family cattle ranch that was homesteaded by our great-grandfather in 1918. The pole barn that once provided shelter for cattle now provides a workspace for two glass artists. We feel very blessed to be able to create our artwork here on the family property. Our ranch in Stanley has an amazing creative energy and spirit, spectacular sunsets and offers us endless inspiration.

Our main goal at the Robbins Ranch is to create functional and decorative art glass.  We make a variety of products from architectural elements like one of a kind doorknobs and cabinet pulls, to home décor pieces like blown glass vases and bowls. Specialty hot air balloon ornaments, hummingbird feeders and spirit balls are some of our most popular gift items. Our collectable treasures include solid glass wine bottle stoppers, paperweights and perfume bottles. For those looking for unique jewelry and adornments, we make a line of fused dichroic glass jewelry set in sterling silver. Whether you are looking for a special present for that special someone or a decorative piece to customize your home, all of our work is handmade, by us, one piece at a time.

Chilly Bear
art glass cactus
Karen and Dana Robbins
Originally this building was an old pole barn that held hay for the family cattle.  Nothing but telephone poles and tin roof. We transformed it into our hot shop and studio in 1998.
Robbins Ranch Art Glass
9' cactus logo made from recycled green glass beer bottles, barbwire and welded steel.
Karen and Dana watching
the hot air balloons inflate while selling glass hot air balloons at an event in Colorado Springs.
Diego
art glass cactus
Chilly Bear
Diego Robbins, born on April 22, 2012. He came to the Robbins Ranch on June 9, 2012. Red Heeler-Yellow Lab Mix. We call him a Heelador. He is our shop mascot and loyal show companion!
Ready, set, go, greet the customers! Dana and Diego welcome collectors into our booth in Carefree, AZ.
In loving memory Chilly Bear Robbins, Sept. 1996 to Sept. 2010. We miss you so much!

 

Use the navigation menu to the left to view and purchase all the art glass products that we create. Click photos above to see a larger version.