More about the Artist
LC started stained glass in 1980 restoring leaded glass
Tommy started in 1990 with copper foil and leaded glass.
LC and Tommy joined forces in May of 2009 in McKinney Texas. They decided to concentrate on fused glass as their medium of choice. LC & Tommy delight in the effects of light and form accomplished with glass fusing.
Both worked together with Anne Royer to establish the non-profit Arts & Music Guild. LC also worked with Chestnut Square and McKinney ISD Students to create, illustrate and published “Chester of Chestnut Square.” This book details the life of Chester the cat with all proceeds donated to Chestnut Square.
LC was a 1st place winner in Unique by Nature in McKinney Texas and the artwork was purchased by the city for permanent public display in the Performing Arts Center. LC has displayed art in Orisons Art Gallery, Gallery of Midtown and Laura Moore Art Gallery.
In 2013, Tommy & LC decided to relocate to Ormond Beach. They found a lively, friendly and growing art community. They have worked with Main Street to help produce a public art glass mosaic that is on permanent display at Ormond Beach City Hall. Both have participated in the Halifax Art Festival, Arts In The Park, and Granada Grand Art Festival. You can purchase their work at the Museum of Art & Science Gift Shop as well as the CiCi Hyatt Brown Art Museum Gift Shop including SeaCasa's Flagler Beach, Arts On Granada Ormond Beach and Galaxy Lighting and Gallery in the Design District of Daytona Beach FL.
LC Tobey received a 2019 Honor from "Women In The Arts Orlando Florida,"for her piece "Westside Story."
LC & Tommy are the owners of Dream Artglass. They have a home studio located in Ormond Beach.