Studio relocation

The studio is up and running and I'm ready to begin new work in the Fort Andross Mill Complex in Brunswick, Maine. The studio is spacious and light filled, in a beautiful area of the country. I look forward to working here for a long time! … [Read more...]

Changes coming Summer 2017

Studio 200 Glass is moving! I'll be relocating from Bedford, Massachusetts to the Fort Andross Mill Building in Brunswick, Maine over the summer. The studio will continue to operate in Bedford through mid-July. The last two weeks of the month will be full of packing, moving. Settling into the new space is scheduled … [Read more...]

2016-2017 Winter in the studio

"Aim for the Sky"- new quilt inspired panels. Save … [Read more...]

Surprising design inspiration

What inspired these abstract designs? Nine panel installation featuring designs abstracted from Milwaukee landmarks In personal work, I begin the design process while moving the glass around and a concept emerges as the work progresses. Past concepts I've explored include 'Inside the Box', 'Connections' and 'Signs … [Read more...]

Out & About

February 2017 It's time to ring in the new season at ACRE Wholesale Philadelphia! New pics and update site will be coming after the show.   Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save … [Read more...]

Variations on a theme

The fleet conceived in Boston developed in a new direction on its way to installation at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN The second sailboat, a bit bolder in coloring, is installed in Children's Hospital in South Dartmouth, MA. Original sailboat installed in Children's Hospital, Boston, MA. My first … [Read more...]

Tunes for the day

  This platter is all about warmth, hospitality and good times entertaining.  Music sets the tone for many gatherings and it sets the tone for many of my days- the rhythms I listen to definitely spill over into my work. Check out my recent listen, the up and coming Latino group, La Santa Cecilia. Can you see … [Read more...]

Changing seasons / changing gears

The last of the spring wholesale orders shipped this week and it is time to begin the dream / create / exhibit process again. … [Read more...]

Quilts as inspiration

Patterns, textures, simple geometry all combine to create something magical in quilts. My great grandmother must have made hundreds of quilts in her lifetime. She sewed and knitted for her children, and then for their children. She continued sewing aprons and knitting mittens and slippers for her great grandchildren … [Read more...]

Season’s Greetings 2013

This December, I am so grateful for the friends- old and new who have stopped by my studio, the booth at one of the shows I've done, or taken the time to write to me this year.  I really appreciate your interest in my work.  Thank you also for the stories you've shared about your families and interests! Like the small … [Read more...]