Sky and Clouds and Sometimes Earth Blown Glass Vase
A beautiful blue sky. White fluffy clouds. They were the inspiration for this vase. And as luck would have it, where they blended a little bit of Earth mixed in--creating green where there wasn't any before.
Black and White Blown Glass Vase
This one dances to its own tune. Curvy and free-form, it's a conversation piece on its own and stunning when filled with blooms.
Black and Gray Handkerchief Bowl
Aqua to Lilac Handkerchief Bowl
Shades of Green Blown Glass Globe
The dark woods of winter come awake with every shade of green as spring makes her arrival. Keep those colors with you year round with this globe of many greens.
Bumblebee Blown Glass Bowl--Bright Yellow with Black Threads
Each spring, the little cherry tree in our front yard reaches peek bloom--and all the bees pay a visit. Their cheerful color and flight just begged to be recreated in this sunny bowl.
Trio of Threads Cylinder Vases
Many Threads Blown Glass Globe
Texture + color + glass. It's a combination I can't resist. Feel the same way? Don't worry, it's okay to touch ALL the colors.
Blue Butterfly Blown Glass Vase
Colorful wings flitting swiftly from flower to flower. Both the color and flight of the glittery blue butterflies inspired this brightly colored and textured vase.
Blue Skies Threads Vase
Apple Green Blown Glass Vase with Gray Threads
Green Blown Glass Vase with Yellow Threads
The colors for this vase were inspired by those early harbingers of summer--a yard full of clover and the intrepid dandelion.
First Signs of Spring Blown Glass Threads Vase Violet and Yellow
On one of those first warm days after a rather cold winter, I stepped out the door on the way to the glass studio. Along the path, a vibrant purple crocus with a bright yellow interior greeted me. A welcome sign of spring. I took that image with me to the studio and created this vase.
Fire Threads Vase
This one looks HOT, but don't worry, it's okay to touch.
Inspired by the surreal beauty of a steamy, melting landscape.
Translucent and brilliant blue, what’s been buried beneath rises from the ash before slipping away.
Over generations, a blanket of moss reclaims the lava, renewing life and laying the foundation for what comes next.
Color and light meet function. Let's face it, we all still have lots of paper.