Region:Northern Ireland

Technique:Cold work, Kiln work, Painting

Occupation:Artist, Educator

Discipline:Architectural, Public art, Sculptural

Areas of Interest:Exhibition, Networking, Techniques

Product:Architectural, Commission, Sculpture

Country:United Kingdom


Tracey Mc Verry

Tracey Mc Verry lives and works at her 5th generation family farmstead, nestled in the beautiful rolling hills of South Armagh, Northern Ireland. With an innate sense of belonging, she shares her ancestral home with her husband and young family of four children. Tracey’s sculptural glass work is inspired heavily by the unique geological landscape of South Armagh, formed during volcanic and glaciation periods over 440 million years ago. Her work builds on this monumental land formation where she responds to the imagined energy formed in the landscape during that period, using glass as a vessel to translate the story. Her work also celebrates a strong connection with Ireland’s ancient Megalithic and Iron Age ancestors and the mysteriously beautiful structures they left behind in their wake. Her work constantly comes back to these roots as a form of inspiration with an invisible pull

Flight of Souls , Tracey Mc Verry

Nestled in the Crook , Tracey Mc Verry

Ancestors Mantle , Tracey Mc Verry

Carrowmannon Call , Tracey Mc Verry

Frozen Layer , Tracey Mc Verry