Broken & Renewed Glass Art

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O Fallon, Missouri
United States

Broken & Renewed Glass Art  is the embodiment of my journey into mixed media jewelry which began over 25 years ago when I started working with stained glass in Tucson, AZ. 

After moving to St. Charles, MO, I was introduced to glass fusing.  I love the dynamic way that color can change when heated in a kiln.  The variety of color possibilities is amazing...talk about rainbows.  Learning to wire wrap became my way to turn the cabochons (focal pieces) into pendants, bracelets, earrings, and other accessories.  I enjoy working with hand-painted porcelain cabochons…which are both colorful and lightweight…along with fused glass, Silver Silk knitted cord, satin cord, along with a variety of beads, wire and findings. 

Throughout the years, I have taken classes to learn different techniques including Kumihimo cord and bead work, a unique addition to my portfolio, together with a variety of new wire wrapping techniques.  I continue to learn through classes and online sources drawing inspiration and encouragement from them and allowing me to continue my passion for creating unique pieces of wearable art.  

I am affiliated with several art organizations who have helped me to stay grounded and broaden my relationships within the artist community.    

• Self-Representing Artists in Jewelry Design (SRAJD) – Member for 10+ Years

• Best of Missouri Hands (BOMH) – Juried Member 

• Greater St. Louis Art Association (GSLAA) - Member

• St. Charles County Arts Council - Member

• Crossroads Arts Council - Artist Member 

When you visit the Greater St. Louis area, you can find my work at the following locations: 

• Framations Art Gallery (St. Charles, MO)

• Lillian Yahn Gallery (O’Fallon, MO)

• Missouri’s Trading Post (Hermann, MO)

• The Blank Canvas Gallery & Studio (Hermann, MO)

 


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This is beautiful wearable art. It is jewelry I will save for special occasions and one day pass on to my daughter. Truly talented artist, highest quality artisanship.
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