• joshuatracy

Welcome to our new blog page!

Updated: Mar 31, 2019


Things are just starting to heat up in the studio for the 2018 holiday season!

We are proud to announce the official launch of our new website

www.joshuatracyglass.com

coming early this Fall ...

Thanks for visiting! Feel free to have a look around and browse the site until the official launch in late September. Please pardon our construction however, we are still fine-tuning and working out the kinks. The e-commerce and online shopping features are not currently processing orders, but feel free to contact us directly about any orders, questions, comments or suggestions via email at: info@joshuatracy.com


*We invite you to comment about us on social media using our unique hashtag: #supportyourlocalglassblower Instagram: @joshuatracyglass Facebook: facebook.com/joshuatracyglassart

We hope to consistently generate new blog posts on a monthly or quarterly basis, so please bookmark the page and check back in frequently to learn more about our business, our products and the charities we support. But most importantly, we want to showcase our VIDEOS !!! Glassblowing is an enchanting process to watch in real time, and our videos hope to capture and transmit some of that magic via this blog and website. Feel free to check them out, and if you are interested in watching the artist blow glass live and "in the flesh" ... email us about coming in for a studio tour or check out the classes and workshops:

Corradetti Glassblowing Studio

2010 Clipper Park Rd #119

Baltimore, MD 21211

www.corradetti.com


A welcome message from the artist:

Joshua Tracy

Cheers and thanks for visiting our new website and blog page! I have been working hard through the years to build an official Joshua Tracy Glass website, and being the OCD control freak that I am, it has taken a lot more time than initially estimated! But thankfully here we are now, and I'm super excited to open the doors to the online shopping portal and to start blogging and uploading videos of and about my artistic glassblowing adventures!

I fell in love with the process and materials involved with making glass almost 16 years ago, and I have the privilege to work every day doing the thing I love to do most in this life. I hope that my work and this website will bring joy to those who are also captivated and enchanted by this magical art form, please feel free to reach out, engage directly and we will do our very best to respond accordingly with little delay! Thanks again, and Happy Holidays to everyone in advance !!!


- JT