Dougherty Glassworks is dedicated to creating mouth-blown and hand-molded glassware that is simple, timeless, and a true expression of their love of the craft of glass blowing and Mid-Century modern design.
From the artist's website: "Cameron’s obsession with glass began the moment he first gathered glass on the end of a rod. Since 2007 he’s been honing his craft, beginning his formal education at the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, followed by a 5-year apprenticeship in California, and stints in studios up and down the west coast."
"Rooted in the North American glass movement of the 1960s, our collection is inspired by midcentury modern design. With clean lines, subtle textures and a nostalgic feel, our designs are right at home in modern and contemporary interiors."
Originally from California’s central valley, Cameron moved to Vancouver, BC where he launched Dougherty Glassworks out of the Terminal City Glass Co-op. In addition to running his business, Cameron is passionate about training students and apprentices, building the glass-blowing community, and cultivating a love for glass in everyone he meets.