You already knew that I work small pieces of warm glass in my small home kiln to make jewelry, but did you know that I have moved up to a full sized kiln? Many of my shows this year will feature full sized art glass pieces, like bowls, platters and plates, as well as a few smaller beauties like coasters and wine bottle stoppers. I try to choose shows that are "juried" that means they are fussy about the artists they allow in, and they choose only the best from the photos they receive. As an artist, it always feels good to know that I "made the cut". My first show of the season, I didn't apply early enough to get my jewelry in, but they saw my glass-work and asked me to come in with that! So if you are visiting Tunkhannock next weekend, stop in and see me at the PA Designs fine art and craft show, and you will see all of my glass ware. After that, I will try to keep my glass inventory up, but I recommend that you find me early!
I have been designing jewelry for 10 years, and I also have a passion for fusing glass