I started working in stained glass in 1984, when I bought my first house in St. Paul – it had a basement where I could have my studio. I had always been intrigued by the complexity and beauty of stained glass windows and when I took a community ed class I was hooked. I am also a quilter, and the two art forms have a lot in common – both taking large pieces of material and cutting them up and putting them back together to make a picture. I am not always satisfied with making windows, so I have branched out into lamps and other 3-D structures. Working in a research lab at Mayo also makes me try new experiments with glass – my snowshoes are an example of this that has actually worked out well.
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