Artist

Stephanie Trenchard in her Wisconsin stuio.

Trenchard’s cast glass work is focused on narrative history often employing literal imagery to tell personal stories. “My cast work is primarily about the experience of women in the arts, either as subject matter or as artists. Currently, I am working on a series of women as monster and myth, revealing the poetry and  storytelling .....

Trenchard’s cast glass work is focused on narrative history often employing literal imagery to tell personal stories. “My cast work is primarily about the experience of women in the arts, either as subject matter or as artists. Currently, I am working on a series of women as monster and myth, revealing the poetry and  storytelling of personified beings by combining the human and animal forms.

Originally a professional textile designer Trenchard began working in glass in 1998 when she moved to Wisconsin from the San Francisco Bay Area. With a BFA in painting from Illinois State University, her skills and concepts translated smoothly to the medium, enabling her to create a unique style of glass art. Her interest in storytelling and narrative content concerning women’s issues, especially as they pertain to art, continues to inform her work.Trenchard’s work is in many public and private collections, including the Museum of Wisconsin Art. She has a rich history of doing unique commissions for collectors based on their specific life stories. As an oil painter she exhibits nationally and has a large following. She has taught her enameling and casting processes in Thailand, Holland, and multiple schools in the USA.

Trenchard lives in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin where she shares her glass studio with husband, artist Jeremy Popelka. She works primarily in sandcast glass with inclusions and exhibits nationally. She is also an oil painter

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Thank you for celebrating the first annual

Glass Art Fair!

We are honored to that you have taken the time to join us in a celebration of art.
The artists in this exhibition are sharing their work from around the world.
Grand Opening: November 1st | Exhibition continues to November 30th of 2020