Troy Moody

Over 15 years ago while backpacking through Europe, Troy was introduced to the abstract stained glass of the post World War II Germans. Awestruck by the bold fields of color and the unorthodox and expressive line work, Troy was inspired by the enormous realm of possibilities of art glass. Since then he has been committed to the pursuit of artistic expression in glass. He’s studied with renowned masters in the field and completed numerous art glass installations for religious, commercial and private spaces in Arizona, California, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and South Dakota. In 2006 he was selected to design 10,000 square feet of Terrazzo for the new Phoenix Convention Center, a project that earned him a 2008 Honor award from the National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association. He creates autonomous works for gallery exhibitions and currently is working on the 75,000 square foot terrazzo project in the 15-story Maricopa County Court Tower to be completed in 2012.

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