Gallery at Somes Sound | Joe Tracy
Joseph Tracy attended the School for American Craftsmen in Rochester, NY from 1970 - 1976. He also spent time studying in Norway and Stockholm Sweden at Malmsten Verkstad Skole studying with Jim Krenov.
Tracy set up shop after moving to Mt. Desert Island, Maine in 1976. He has been building furniture ever since. Taking advantage of local materials, he often incorporates popple stones (beach-washed granite) into his work, building light, expressively joined wooden frames to showcase the natural stone.
Tracy's work continues to appear in publications and shows. The Portland Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston just to name a few. His work can be found in many corporation and private home collections.
Glass top coffee table
42” diameter, 16”h, table base ebonized walnut, tusk painted maple, curved support patinated bronze, Glass top, $16,000
Wenge, split curly redwood, English yew, Lebanon cedar (drawer sides and bottoms), and Indonesian red palm (stand tops), $60,000
Mahogany and Silk Screen, charcoal drawing by artist Maddie Bowden
72”h x 25”w each panel, 58”w opened, $18,000
Bar Harbor Rectangle Map Table
28”w x 41”L x 16”h, wenge with walnut shelf, zinc/copper plated Bar Harbor Map, $9,000