At Stover Glass, Lisa Stover explores the unique marriage of the static and fluid arts through the ancient practice of glassblowing. Requiring equal measures of dedication and play, finessing the molten glass through old-age techniques to dance and flow into its final, beautiful, and static glory. For over two decades, Lisa has brought this joyful and colorful transformation into the modern era through her quality workmanship and unique range of pieces. My craft is deeply personal and I infuse each creation with love for this endlessly rewarding medium.
Originally from Texas, Lisa started her glass blowing career in Driggs, Idaho under the tutelage of Ralph Mossman and Mary Mullaney of Heron Glass. She has worked under numerous artists in the West before moving to Boise in 2009. In May 2014, She opened her glass studio, Stover Glass, in Garden City, ID.
“I have been creating my glass line for over two decades now, and I still surprise myself that I learn something new almost everyday while creating my pieces. I pull inspiration for my creations from travel, nature, happy accidents and daydreams”
Solar Eclipse Tumblers
Inspired by the August 2017 mega solar eclipse, living near the pathway of this phenomenon and feeling the buzz, this creation was born.
These abstracted solar eclipsed inspired tumblers have a deep copper ruby base color with a striking lustrous reactive red.
4.5″ x 3″ varies in size
by Lisa Stover.
Hand blown glass vase by Lisa Stover. Part of the Community Not Competition exhibition.