Glass Magic

Glass is sorcerous. Translucent art glass can be both colorful and subtle. Classy yet fresh. That’s what I see in the hand-blown, art-glass lighting crafted by artist Tracy Glover.


Using Venetian techniques, Tracy crafts these lamps and fixtures in her Rhode Island studio. No two of her creations are exactly alike. This room includes the Large Turk Table Lamp. Below, the Globe Ceiling Pendant in Light Blue and the Susan Table Lamp in Berry.



The Cairn Ceiling Pendant in Crystal and the Keyhole Table Lamp in Steel Blue.


The Turk Table Lamp in Celery and the Globe Table Lamp in Celery.


The Oval Bead Floor Lamp in Citrus and the Globe Floor Lamp in Steel Blue.


More of Tracy Glover’s lighting is available for purchase at her Web site, and at select retailers. Be sure to click over to Tracy’s Web Specials page , where she offers a limited number of lamps at fabulous markdowns. These are former samples, or lamps made with leftover glass pieces from custom jobs.

Have you watched glass-blowing in person? Did you go home with an art piece for your home?

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2 Comments for “Glass Magic”

I have on my vanity table a purple glassed lamp with a greyish blue shade that has feathers around the rim of the shade. Sounds horrible, but somehow it works! Home Goods had it and I just had to get it for my vanity since it looked so girly!


Your lamp sounds fabulous! There are perfect spots for a flourish of femininity and your vanity is one. I’d love for you to send over a photo.

— Kathy

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