Glass Art Studio Wakkerstroom 

Contact Person
Siphiwe or Obed Dlamini
Phone Number
0796019207, 0842092017 or 0743453599

Wakkerstroom has many artists as living in an environment where time does not exsist and stimulates creativity.

The Glass Art Studio is situated on a farm 4 kms out of Wakkerstroom.    Here, Siphiwe Mbule, creates original glass products by using the kiln fused method.  Susanne formerly taught art at a teacher’s training college and two universities but  has moved to a game farm near Naboomspruit.  Siphiwe Mbuli will continue doing glass work and conducting classes under management of Obed Dlamini, a retired school principal from Newcastle.

Siphiwe and Susanne


Visitors are shown the process of glass fusing in the studio and then shown the products which are also for sale. These include bowls, panels, glass crosses and mirrors. No credit card facilities. Children can see the farm animals.  Visit the Glass Art Studio for exclusive  handmade glass gifts.

Glass is  cut, decorated and the colours are fused in permanently in a special glass kiln at  800° C.
Follow a scenic drive to see the Glass Art Studio, situated on animal farm 4 kms out of Wakkerstroom . Bring the kids along.

Glassbowl making for the whole family


Adults as well as children from  three years old are welcome.  It is a very safe method and no previous knowledge or special skills are needed.  The product is placed in a glass kiln for 24 hours to slump onto a mould and fuse before it is complete.

Book for a four hour session to make your own kiln fused glass articles. Safe. No  experience needed.

Fees: R100 lesson fee  plus additional material and firing fee which is three times the diameter or the bowl, eg 33cms is R99.

Vsit for more information.


Larger groups can book for a lovely outing where they bring their own picnic baskets to enjoy under the shady trees. Siphiwe gives a  demonstration on the different glass fusing techniques and hands out glass gifts. THIS IS FREE.


Follow the Groenvlei / Utrecht road for 2 kms.
After passing 4 bluegum trees see the sign on the left and follow the  farm road for another 2 kms.

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