Michael Glancy began working with glass in 1970, and proceeded to receive his BFA from the University of Denver in 1973 and a second BFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1977. He also earned an MFA in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1980, where he studied with Dale Chihuly. Featured in at least 26 public and private collections across eight countries, Glancy’s work has garnered a loyal and wide following. Utilizing several cold working techniques including engraving and sandblasting of both the glass vessels and their base plates, Glancy has worked for close to 15 years with Providence based glass artist Myles Baer. Michael Glancy currently works and lives in Rehoboth, MA.