Nancy’s path to art began as a jewelry artist. Her father was a stone setter and she remembers watching him set stones. Once her children left the nest, she felt she had to fill the void. She began making jewelry and from there enter her first glass class. She learned how to make cabochons in glass and incorporated them into her jewelry pieces. The glass technique she uses is called fused glass. This is where glass is “bonded” together in a kiln using various heat temperatures.
From making small pieces of glass, she explored making larger pieces with glass and became fascinated with glass even further. Nancy emerged herself into the glass world by producing sculptural pieces of art. Nancy loves to challenge herself by continuing to learn new techniques that she can incorporate into her glass. Glass is always moving and is she.
Nancy has been a part of numerous fine art shows in Arizona and California. She feels that her art is a true reflection of herself and she hopes you will have find a personal connection to her work and her love of art.