Glass is a dynamic medium. It can be melted, molded,
painted, combed, stretched, and cast. It is transformed by light: changing with
the time of day and the change of seasons. It is fragile and temperamental, and
even the most careful plans often yield surprises. Glass is fascinating.
For my work, I draw inspiration from the world around me. A
photograph. A burst of color. An emotion. A seascape. A story. They all make me
ask, “How can I capture that in glass?” I begin with a collection of colors and
textures. Then I cut, drip, slump, twist, and coax my glass into forms that
capture my vision.
I have been working with glass since 2001. My studio
includes four kilns for fusing, casting and forming glass. I also teach at the
RaleighPullen Arts Center, The
Cary Arts Center and NCSU Art and Craft Center.
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