Charlie Miner started his glass career in 1973. He opened Tesuque Glassworks in 1975, under an old tin shed attached to the back of the defunct Shamrock Gas Station in Pojoaque, New Mexico.
The studio gallery has grown over the years, representing 15 different glass artists. These glass artists actively blow glass daily in the studio, developing their own line of work. Many of the artists have moved on to open their own studios.
Tesuque Glassworks functions as a gallery, school, production studio, and a place to see and learn about glass.