Featured Artisan: Greg Grasso

As you may remember from previous blog posts, our designers at Home on the Range often work with local artisans to help create unique and personalized interiors for our clients.  One of our favorite artisans is Greg Grasso of Grasso Glass & Stone.  Greg works with a number of natural materials, including a variety of natural stones and kiln-formed glass, in the fabrication of his custom products.  Greg creates everything from glass and stone tiles to glass and stone countertops.

Greg went to art school in Michigan when he was 17, but rock and ice climbing brought him to Colorado to be a guide. He did not let go of his artistic side, and  finds inspiration in both his “experiences in nature and art school.” As Greg explained to us:

“I pursued learning stone to build a place in which I could work with glass. I enjoy stone very much from my experiences with nature, and glass as an opportunity to work in a seemingly other worldly material. My family has been stone cutters for many, many generations from Sicily—not something I knew when I was originally drawn to stone and art as a young person.”

These are just some of pieces from Greg’s beautiful portfolio of work:

We have enjoyed working with Greg on a number of custom homes and love his great can-do attitude, his attention to detail and his creativity.

Contact Home on the Range Interiors if you’re interested in unique interior design that supports local Colorado artisans.


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