Victor Trabucco uniquely combines most of the methods of glass art within the same piece. The self-taught artist employs different processes: furnace work or lamp, cold work (also known as cold cut), fused glass (fusing pieces or slabs of glass together without distortion), and high end grinding and polishing (for which he has invented proprietary processes and equipment.)
Victor Trabucco's studio is based in Clarence, N.Y., whose family-run glass studio creates works from solid crystal, typically evoking images drawn from nature. Examples of their work can be seen in the American Glass Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Bergstrom Art Center, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Corning Museum of Glass, as well as people, including celebrities.
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