The Taqwa Glassworks Studio and Gallery is in Whaler’s Wharf, 2nd floor, 237 Commercial Street, Provincetown.

Taqwa Glassworks Studios and Galleries is proud to be represented by the following galleries:

Cortile Gallery, Provincetown MA

Picture of map and link to Cortile Gallery in ProvincetownKerry Filiberto, Owner and Gallery Director

230 Commercial St.
Provincetown MA 02657
Online Gallery: cortilegallery.com

Please note: Kerry shows a representation of my work, and supplements gallery space with her online gallery. Her website has a comprehensive photo gallery of my current work available, however, this is a must see gallery. Kerry is a gracious host, and has created a gallery that is accessible to all: a warm friendly atmosphere where you are greeted by one of her wonderful artists, Ed Walsh. Ed’s work is astounding, so please stop to take a look at the amazing variety of art Kerry has embraced in her gallery. And say Hi to Ed!

The Glass Gazebo, Provincetown MA

Picture of map to Glass Gazebo in ProvincetownEdel Byrne, Owner, Glass Artist, Designer

174 Commercial St.
Provincetown MA 02657
Online Gallery: www.edelbyrne.com

Edel Byrne and her partner Kim are the owners and artists at The Glass Gazebo. Their unique shop (yes, it is a gazebo!) hosts a wide variety of local artists, each with small studios producing original glass creations. Edel and Kim are true stained glass artist themselves, and have created a signature style of glass: leaded glasswork. The distinctive architectural style and flowing floral designs are beautifully designed and crafted. Please please please go to her website to see her amazing body of work. From corner pieces to electrified lanterns, her work is distinctive and creative. Enjoy.

Kennedy Studios, Provincetown MA

Francesca Cerutti, Gallery Director

353 Commercial St.
Provincetown MA 02657
Gallery Listing: http://provincetownartguide.com/

Francesca and her partner Cid Bolduc (Cid Bolduc Gallery) have given Kennedy Studios a new look and variety of artwork, including wall mounted art tiles and Cid’s bold encaustics. Francesca showcases our Chimera Glass Tiles, and beautiful layered German Antique glass tiles, which have been fused in the kiln and are ready for display with stands or suspended on a wall or window. Kennedy Studios also represents the timeless artistry of Stephen Kennedy, a fine water-colourist and painter.

A Will O The Wisp, Truro MA

Google map to Will O The WispRoberta Lema, Owner and Gallery Director

2 Truro Center Rd.
Truro MA 02666
Online Gallery: www.shop.awillothewisp.com

A unique shop of Antiques, Art, Collectibles, Furniture, Jellies and Jams, Jewelry, Pottery and Sculptures from local Cape Cod Artisans.

Entering this store is more like entering a museum or art gallery! You will find the most wonderful things to look at and, surprisingly, everything can be purchased! If you cannot make the trip to Truro, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the A Will O The Wisp website is the next best thing. Roberta Lema searches Cape Cod for antiques, gifts and collectibles that are worthy of display in her store. Every visit to the store involves the discovery of new surprises and eye-opening treasures, from quilts to artwork, to dolls, to antiques, to jewelry and crafts, and the list keeps growing. The staff at A Will ‘O The Wisp can also help you find the perfect gift for any occasion.

Installations and Displays

The Mews Restaurant and Café, Provincetown MA

Map showing the Mews Restaurant and Cafe in ProvincetownRon Robin, owner and proprietor

429 Commercial St.
Provincetown MA 02657

Ron Robin, radio personality, radio entrepreneur and owner of the Mews Café, has been a friend and client for 20 years.

The Mews Restaurant and Café boasts a Martini Menu of 200+ vodkas and 16+ of our stained glass panels. Ten of these pieces were commissions made specifically for the Mews; fine art pieces are in the bistro, the traditional glass hangs in the dining room.

Ron is a gracious host and a consistent supporter of the arts and music. He hosts a rotating show of our different styles of glass, using them as a privacy buffer between the dining room and the bar. On any given day you can see 6 panels of various sizes shapes and colours, ranging from crystal clear etched bevels, to Florentine Glass creations, hung for everyone’s enjoyment. Thank you, Ron!

Dalla Cucina Restaurant, Provincetown MA

404 Commercial St.
Provincetown MA 02657

Dalla Cucina Restaurant has some of the finest food in Provincetown, brought to you by Michael and his staff.

At the beginning of the “Gallery District” in the East End, Dalla Cucina shows some of the finest representations of work from Kerry’s A-list of artists.

On display are some of my largest Chimera Tile panels, incorporating traditional stained glass methods to create 3 panels that have a home in the foyer of the restaurant.

Along with these beautiful art panels, you will see my largest Carved Crystal Blinds, a triptych of a traditional summer scene for me in Provincetown… Willows and Dune Grass in my back yard.

Michael asks for our work to be shown in the restaurant every summer; all pieces are for sale, and inquiries and viewings are welcomed!