but when I found glass, it touched me in a way nothing else had before.
from Our Lady of the Lake University, with a Bachelor's of
Science in 1997. Since that time, I have worked in the corporate
world. By day I work with people. By night with glass.
creativity, requiring me to utilize both technical skills and
creative abilities. I apply an understanding of the physics
involved in temperature control to achieve specific results. My
work is influenced by this process as well as the world around
me. Specifically, I draw on influences from details I observe in
nature, from my travels and my experiences in other areas such
as calligraphy, book binding and fabrics.
I believe strongly the feelings picked up by your fingers as they
run across a piece are just as important as the message received
visually. And that art/craft are meant to be enjoyed. I work to
convey these values by creating items made to be lived with and
used. I regularly include raised elements and pay close attention
to the finish each piece is given. This increases visual depth and
contributes to that ever important sense of touch.
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