About

To view my currently available Glass Landscapes, click here.

Shadows and texture.   Transparency and fluidity.   Color and light.  These are the qualities of kiln-fired glass that inspire my art.  Using sheets of clear glass and finely crushed colored glass, I develop intimate  landscapes and fire them at high temperatures in a kiln.   Kiln-fired glass provides for limitless exploration, combined with the uncertainty of the heat to create magical floating images.  A background in watercolor painting inspires my approach.  I use dozens of colors of powdered glass, carefully sifting color upon color to create my complex images.   Each art glass piece is fired between 8 and 10 separate times and will spend up to 300 hours in the kiln.  With this technique, I develop unique art pieces filled with multifaceted, layered images and shimmering light.

To view my currently available work, click here. To see a short video about my unique process, click here.  Or select an option from the above menu.  Please contact me if you would like to inquire about my glass jewelry.

I am very pleased and honored to show my glass landscapes at the following fine arts galleries:

ViVO Contemporary Gallery, 725 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM
Cappaert Contemporary in Egg Harbor, WI (Door County)
Assemblage Contemporary Craftsman Gallery in Buda, TX (near Austin)