Dixon-Ballog Glass Gallery & Studio

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The Dixon-Ballog Gallery & Studio (formerly Dixon Glass Gallery & Studio) was an art studio and gallery owned by Karen Dixon and Deborah Ballog and specializing in fused glass jewelry and artwork. The studio offered beginners' and advanced classes in fused glass and sold fusible glass and supplies. The gallery featured work by local and regional glass artists.

The gallery first opened in 2009 in the 21st Street Studios building at 111 21st Street South, next door to Bare Hands Gallery in the Midtown district. It relocated to 2040 Old Montgomery Highway in Pelham in April 2010.

By 2013 Mark and Karen Thompson had opened Gallery 31 estate auctions in the same space.


  • Brookhart, Laura (March 10, 2010) "Glass art gallery, studio opening in Pelham." Shelby County Reporter