Silo Gallery represents over two dozen very talented artists specializing in 3D art forms, including bronze, raku pottery, wood, and warm glass such as: fused, draped, slumped, cast and mixed media.
Tour (currently NOT available) the Studio and learn that not all beautiful glass is blown glass! This fused glass studio is the largest purpose built warm glass studio in Central Texas. Discover all the features that makes this building unique and learn how warm glass is created.
Relax next to the beautiful grotto with two waterfalls and a koi pond. A perfect photo spot.
Where are we?
You will find The Silo between San Marcos and Wimberley, TX on Ranch Road 12 about a mile north of Wimberley Glassworks, where you can see glass blowing demos. We are right across the street from Middleton Brewery on Oakwood Loop.
Silo April 2011 - When it was The Silo Antique and Feed Store.
Silo sometime before June 2010 - The Silo Antique and Feed Store.
Silo Glass Spring 2017 (Photo by Clay Ewing)
The Silo nearing completion of a remodel, to include new windows, doors, insulation and HVAC to create an Architectural Glass Studio.
Created a relaxing water feature with Koi pond and two waterfalls between the original Silo and the New Gallery & Studio.
Grand Opening - New Gallery and Studio opened and Silo Glass began to move in. November 18th plumbing was completed for the toilets, Nov. 19 was the Grand Opening!
Slogged their way through 2 years of State and local bureaucracy for permit after permit to build the new Studio & Gallery.
The rectangular building near the Silo was demolished to make way for a new studio. If they would have known it would take over 2 years, they would have waited, the building would have been handy!
Silo Glass opened the door becoming the home for Silo Glass, 2 Muses Fusing, and Glass from the heart. The sign still said Silo Antiques.
Chester John and Elissa Beach bought The Silo. Held a moving in Garage Sale and met many of the neighbors.
It was The Silo Antique and Feed Store run by Steve and Melinda Howell. I have heard so many stories of the wonderful antiques available during this time.
The Silo started out as a Stained glass studio and store that featured lighting. The Silo was built by Ralph and Jean Petley using a Butler Building kit in 1985. Unfortunately, the kits are no longer available. In addition to The Silo, they built a home further down the road. The home is not visible from the road.