Have you ever asked yourself, "I wish there was a way to "dress up" my boring planters?"
...Well you came across the answer right here with my sculpted plant sticks!! Each stick is one-of-a-kind and very unique. I hand sculpt them each through a process called Flameworking. Made from pyrex glass for strength, these planter sticks can be placed indoors and outdoors throughout the year.
This watchful black crow is just what your lonely plant calls for! The crow is approx. 1\/2"H x 1"W and the stick is approx. 8"H.
I create all of the glass products you see on my etsy site. All sales come with a gift box, gift bag and card.
Born in 1981, I graduated from West Chester University of PA with a concentration in Fine Arts. I then proceeded to Salem Community College in NJ for an AFA in Glass Art. I have been exploring sculptural approaches with clay by juxtaposing ceramic hand building techniques into my glass work.
2009 Flameworking instructor for Denault Studios in Acton, MA.
2009 Flameworking instructor for New Creation Glassworks in Acton, MA.
2007- present Artist assistant for Rebecca Zuchov, owner of Providence Art Glass in Providence, RI.
2007, 2008 Flameworking Instructor for the Worcester Craft Center in Worcester, MA.
2007 Corning Museum of Glass, Walk in Workshop.
2006 Volunteer at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center (Formally known as Wheaton Village) in Millville, NJ.
2005 - 2007 Salem Community College for AFA in Glass art.
2002 - 2005 Glassblower for Simon Pearce Glass Co.
1999 - 2003 BFA from West Chester University of PA.