Close

Becca's Profile

About

This is my second Etsy store. I am devoting this store primarily to recycled/repurposed and eco-friendly lighting and home accessories. As a glassblower by trade, I have always had a love for all things glass. My love for recycled and "old" glass came about when I bought a house on 16 acres in the Catskills back in 1996 that came with a 100 year old bottle "dump" hidden back in the woods. The previous owners were artists from the turn of the century, lived off their land and never through out a bottle! And a wonderful collection they had.

My works have been featured in publications such as Country Living Gardner, The Smithsonian Catalogue, Hudson Valley Magazine and the New York Times. Retail outlets such as Nordstrom, the San Francisco MoMA, Neiman Marcus and Gumps have carried my work over the last 15 years

I have a BFA from…

Read more

  • Female
  • Born on March 25
  • Joined April 3, 2010

Favorite materials

GLASS, stone, beach glass, copper, steel, found objects, wire, hemp, plaster, clay, and anything I can sculpt or assemble

Shop

About

This is my second Etsy store. I am devoting this store primarily to recycled/repurposed and eco-friendly lighting and home accessories. As a glassblower by trade, I have always had a love for all things glass. My love for recycled and "old" glass came about when I bought a house on 16 acres in the Catskills back in 1996 that came with a 100 year old bottle "dump" hidden back in the woods. The previous owners were artists from the turn of the century, lived off their land and never through out a bottle! And a wonderful collection they had.

My works have been featured in publications such as Country Living Gardner, The Smithsonian Catalogue, Hudson Valley Magazine and the New York Times. Retail outlets such as Nordstrom, the San Francisco MoMA, Neiman Marcus and Gumps have carried my work over the last 15 years

I have a BFA from Alfred University and attended glass/craft schools such as Penland School of Crafts, Pilchuck School of Glass, and Urban Glass prior to starting my own studio in 1993.

I currently live and work in Rhode Island with my two huggable huskies, Zoe and Nika.

To take a peek at my handblown glass work click: www.providenceartglass.etsy.com
Follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/providenceartglass

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?