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In the back yard of a house at 272 Cotuit road in Sandwich, there is a metal building with molten glass in a furnace at 2000 degrees. 4 glassblowers, David and Yukimi and Isabel and Peter will be making beautiful glass inside the building. You can...more
I had never seen a glass blowing operation before today. David, his wife Yukimi and their two furry kids, Jack and Sen, welcomed us in to watch their beautiful artistry. The process is incredibly involved with many steps but they made it look like a...More
We went to the McDermott Studio on the advice of my coworkers as I am a travel nurse—- they all said “you have to go!!!”. So when my fiancée came to visit me I decided to take him since he’s such a nerd—- well he’s...More
McDermott Glass is so welcoming to anyone that stops by. It is fascinating to watch the craftspeople start with a small chunk of glass and a while later have a multi colored beautifully patterned vase. They are gracious with the adults and children are invited...More
The McDermott Glass Studio is a unique experience and a destination not to miss when visiting the Cape. The team is as creative as it is engaging for visitors who can interact at the studio to learn how the process of working glass results in...More
Every time we go out the to Cape, we make it a point to visit David & Yukimi at their glass studio. We generally start with a super yummy lunch at Lambert's Market across the street, then mosey over to the glass studio behind the...More
The creativity and beauty of each piece is mind blowing, as well as glass blowing! Artistic talent is to be envied and you see it every where you look while visiting and Jack the Boxer is such an added treat......