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Corby states that her work is both a journey of introspection and a bold declaration of joy. Often the work isn’t about time or place, but is more a projected mood, a visual explanative, slightly askew and whimsical.
Often she works in a thematic series: some are impressionistic with a vibrant pallet while others are a reflection of nature and are organic in color and tone. Whichever path she chooses, each glass piece is one-of-a-kind.
Corby has a large glass studio in the barn located at the winery. This allows her to walk over and unload and load the kiln while she’s working at ROCO. Corby worked with Bulls Eye Glass Factory in Portland to create a beautiful glass bar for the tasting room. She opens up her studio to the public once a year, but regularly displays and sells her glass art in ROCO’s Tasting room.