Thank you for dropping by my corner of the internet! I am a kiln-formed glass artist living and creating in Northern Utah.
What is kiln-formed glass? Glass specially made for firing in a kiln is cut, arranged, and fired multiple times to create a unique glass item. It is often embellished with frit (small "chunks" of glass) and glass enamel paints. Functional items like bowls and platters are shaped in a separate firing. Firings typically take from 12 to 30+ hours depending upon the process, size, and design of the glass.
Use the navigation at the left to check out my gallery, classes I am offering, and exhibits I am participating in. Also check out my blog which includes ramblings about glass, my inspirations, and many freely available fused glass tutorials.