Artistically and technically, glasswork presents an evolving challenge.
During the fusion process, pieces of glass in varying sizes are assembled with different techniques before being kiln fired several times at 1200 to 1600 degrees F. They are then cold worked by cutting, grinding and polishing. Often fired repeatedly to achieve a desired finish or shape, each piece is a unique representation of my skills and imagination.
With a background in chemistry and physics, mine is a scientific understanding of glass and how it responds magically to heat. The unique transformations never fail to amaze me. I draw upon my own history and experiences to influence my art.