Glass allows me to give functional form to the color and light I find in the natural world. I built my first stained glass table in 1998. Then all my friends wanted one too. I started teaching the process and out of that came two books: Glass On Glass is the basic process. Garden Light is more dimensional: birdbaths and solar powered lanterns. Yes, I still give classes.
In 2013, after a trip to Kilauea, I was inspired to make a lava table. I got a kiln because the glass appliqué process just couldn't do it. I still do both processes and sometimes add fused pieces to my appliqué work. My two videos in the education section of the PNW Glass Guild's website explain a bit about my fusing process: Tack Fusing is public but you need to be a logged in Guild member to view the Fossil Vitria Play Day video https://www.pnwglassguild.org/education/
Large glass pieces are difficult to ship. We often deliver in WA and OR or phone for an appt. to stop by when you are near the zoo in Seattle.
THIS ARTIST SPECIALIZES IN:
Functional, Architectural, Traditional, Decorative, Artwork, Garden, Bath, Bedroom, Dining, Wall art, Bright, Colorful, Black, Blue, Brown, Ivory, Green, Grey, Indigo, Pink, Orange, Red, Turquoise, White, Yellow, rainbow, Cold glass, Warm glass, Molded, Fused, Glass, Kiln formed, Mosaic, Stained glass, Bowl, Lamp, Ornament, Vessel, Table, Birdbath, flower