(Newark, New Jersey, 1957 - )
Massachusetts glassmaker Robin Grebe uses cast glass, ceramic glazes, and transparent enamels to create large human forms. Typically they contain a transparent inner cavity, cast within an outer torso, the inner cavity containing symbolic objects. Grebe was inspired by ancient fertility figures, their simple forms conveying the power women as vessels for new life. Grebe received a MFA in Ceramics/Glass from the Tyler School of Art.