Had an amazing time at my artist residency at Bullseye Glass Resource Center in Santa Fe from the beginning of October through end of November 2019. I learned so much and completed a number of glass projects. I cannot thank the staff enough for all their help and encouragement!
Cutting glass ovals.
Cold working glass ovals.
Drawing bird sketches onto glass ovals.
Powder printing onto glass frit sheets.
Working Pate de Verre technique in handmade small bowl plaster molds.
Some of the small sugar fired glass and mixed media bird nest bowls.
Once lost, all song and color are gone forever!, 12 fused glass drawings mounted on painted wood panel with graphite rubbed sides, 36” x 36” x 1.5” 2020
Nest Tray, Powder printed kiln fired glass tray 12.75” diameter with 1” lip, 2019
Nest, Kiln cast, sugar fired glass vessel with copper wire, paper leaves, twigs, moss, feathers and aventurine eggs, 6” x 6” x 6”, 2019
Side view of Nest
Vessel, Kiln cast, sugar fired glass vessel with Swarovski crystals, 4.75” x 4.75” , 2019