fused and slumped kiln formed glass using glass frit particles and water jet cut sea horse silhouettes

Tray: 17×4.75 inches

Coasters: 4 inches diameter

For 37 years I have explored the mysteries of glass. It continues to fascinate and teach me daily that boundaries can be pushed and new territories explored in my personal life, in wildlife and glass. I worked in stained glass for nineteen years before combining both my passions. I am a wildlife
artist with glass as my medium. My glass work expanded to include fused, slumped, cast and furnace techniques.

I am a member of Society of Animal Artists, Artists for Conservation, Montana Professional Artists Association, and Artists Along the Bitterroot. One of my elephant fine art pieces was chosen for the Corning Museum New Glass Review #22. My work is found in galleries, museums and private collections. I participate in a selection of wildlife and mixed media shows across the United States and teach my style of wildlife glass in a variety of venues


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