https://MendedBeauty.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (916) 201-1900 Location: Penryn Medium: Ceramics, Fused Glass, Gold, Jewelry, and Mixed Media Gallery: About: I am a Kintsugi Artist. My work consists of mending broken vessels with seams of gold. The genesis of my work is a 15th century Japanese legend that holds “We are more beautiful for having been […]
https://dianewoodglasstudio.com Email: email@example.com Phone: (530) 852-1541 Location: Auburn and Bowman Medium: Blown Glass, Fused Glass, Jewelry, Kiln Glass, and Mixed Media Gallery: About: Instagram: Galleries & Affiliations: Art League of Lincoln and Blue Line Arts Auburn and Bowman Hours Of Operation
www.lindasglass.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (916) 802-1185 Location: Rocklin Medium: Gallery: About: Glass is my medium. Kiln forming is my passion. The emphasis in my studio is on creativity and innovation. Creating one of a kind glass art for over 18 years, I am an abstract glass artist, with interest in vessels, dichroic jewelry, fritography, collage […]
http://www.DeannaMarsh.com Email: email@example.com Phone: (916) 276-9070 Location: Auburn Medium: Glass, Metal Work, Multimedia, Sculpture, Stone, and Textile Gallery: About: I create site-responsive, powerfully forged sculptures in kiln-formed glass, metal and mixed media. My vision is to interpret the expansive, creative force of nature’s elements shaping our environment. My sculptures stimulate and inspire deep appreciation of […]
Ceramics and Kiln Formed Glass give me the ability to work with my hands and imagination. I often use found objects, precious or semi-precious stones and metals in the work I create, always trying to create movement in what can be very stiff feeling materials. My art can be functional and non-functional. I like to use colors and textures from nature, combining my ceramics & glass techniques to create unusual pieces. Putting a glass dragonfly on a ceramic piece or a ceramic frog on a glass piece, adding copper or brass leaves and vines to a piece makes my pieces different and unique. When someone asks how I created the piece I know I have captured their attention.
I grew up in San Francisco, CA where nature and museums were all around me. I loved art and took classes in high school and college. In 2000 I started taking courses at Sierra Nevada College “Visiting Artist” summer workshops. That’s where I fell in love with ceramics and kiln glass. Some of my instructors were: Kathleen Koop, Bill Abright, Andy Ruble, Randy Brodnax, Don Ellis, Shuji Ikeda & Carole & William Hutchison. My studio is named Stick In The Mud, in Auburn, CA.
https://www.TrisaSwerdlowStudio.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Medium: Glass and Jewelry Gallery: About: Trisa Swerdlow is a Kiln-Formed Glass artist who has been working in glass since 2014. She creates a wide variety of glass work. These include Functional art such as cheese plates, bowls and tables, in addition to decorative wall art and jewelry. One of the […]