Clair Raabe is a self taught glass carver and flame worker. Clair says of her work, "My images are friends from my world of imagination. I am inspired by the ancient stories filled with larger-than-life heroes, mysteries and the challenge of following your dreams. I identify with the character that takes the other road and finds personal fulfillment. Glass is my medium, it is also my passion. I have followed the road of the creative soul and have found my heart's song. It is reflected in every piece."

Clair Raabe's work is in the permanent collection of the Corning Museum of Glass, the White House collection of American craftsman and Queen Beatrice of the Netherlands, a gift from the people of Aruba. 

Clair Raabe's work has been featured in American Style Magazine and the award winning NBC documentary "Artists Among Us". She was commissioned by the Joseph Campbell institute to create awards of distinction. She has been a limited edition feature artist in both Sundance catalogue and Eziba. She has also been commission by Revion, Symrise Corporation to create limited edition series. 

Clair Raabe's work is included in important art collections throughout the world. Her work has been showcased in Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, China and Austria.