Tracy has conceived her lighting – table and floor lamps, wall sconces and ceiling pendants – as a system of interchangeable parts offering a multiplicity of choices for the proportion and shape of base components, glass color, lampshade fabric, metal finishes and lamping. Likewise, the accessories – decorative hardware, and vases – are available in a wealth of color combinations and patterns. This allows optimal room for our clients’ input: each piece can be site-specific, and, depending on the elements selected, quietly tasteful, dramatic, stately, or whimsical. We welcome your inquiries.
Tracy Glover uses traditional Italian techniques to craft her exuberant glassworks. Each is uniquely handblown to order in her Pawtucket, RI studio. Tracy has a glassmaking BFA from RISD. She honed her craft in a 13th century Belgian convent’s crystal factory and Dale Chihuly’s Pilchuck School, where she was mentored by Venetian maestri-in-residence.
Delighting in the physicality of the process, it’s no coincidence she is an avid oarsman, rowing daily at dawn. The prismatic meeting of sunlight and tides is invariably echoed in her translucent, faceted glass designs.