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At work in studio

Please e-mail me at micheleb10@comcast.net for more information. I can also provide you with a current list of upcoming East coast shows where my work can be viewed.

Growing up in Coconut Grove, Florida, exposed me to the beauty and imagery of wildlife so bountiful on the sea coast and in the Everglades. This fascination with the images created by the interplay of light upon water eventually led me to my first exposure to colored glass, when I was given scraps from a demolished church. Without proper tools, my attempts were primitive at best.

In 1975, I attended the Florida Keys Community College to obtain a marine science degree. While there, I took advantage of the art classes offered and taught myself stained glass with the most basic of tools that had been donated to the school. In 1977, I received my AS in Marine Science as well as an AA in Art. I moved to Hawaii where I received my BFA in design in 1979. I taught the art of stained glass within the Hawaii Department of Education for several years before relocating to Mt. Pleasant, SC in 1993.

Rain People
Rain People

Turtle

I use the copper foil technique in all my panels. My award-winning glass designs can be viewed at various art shows along the east coast as well as my studio/gallery in Mt. Pleasant. My commissioned pieces include private residences, churches and businesses.

I hope you've enjoyed viewing some of my work. Please honor the copyrights placed upon all of my designs.

 
 
 
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