Tour My Studio

This is my studio. I love to spend time here working with glass and designing new things.

This is my studio. I love to spend time here working with glass and designing new things.

Please, come on in and see what's new!

Please, come on in and see what's new!


Immediately as you enter, a cozy sitting area where I can show you the latest I have in dichroic jewelry. . . or we can just enjoy a soft drink and visit.

More of the sitting area, with a view of some of the cabinets I use for storage.

Perspective view of the studio from the kiln room, showing the central work station, with the table and chairs to the left, which I can also use as a beading table.

Perspective view from the front of the studio showing the central work station, with kitchenette and entrance into the kiln room on the right, and the bath on the left.

The kiln room with 2 glass fusing Jen-Ken kilns and 1 smaller AIM kiln for specialty fusing projects.

Some of my reference videos. These and my other reference materials are yet to be very well organized . . . project for a rainy day!

This is my primary work area and although it looks messy, it's where I design and build items for the kiln. In the background are several rows of dichroic and art glass along with my angled grinder and belt grinder.

Other work stations I can use for simultaneous projects, or for students when (if) I ever teach. . . no time now!

Some of the glass I use most frequently is kept out on cabinets, organized by type, COE, color, hue, texture, and thickness.

Finally getting started!

Finally getting started!

Below – The sequence of building and preparing a 3 piece set for fusing in the kiln:

Preparing the glass

Putting it together

Finished with the first piece!

Ready for the kiln