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Jennifer Merlich has been creating glass art for the last 20 years. She is currently focusing on hot glass techniques--fusing or "cooking" glass in a kiln--to produce vibrant, colorful bowls, plates, fountains, jewelry, etc. Jennifer's love of glass working was passed on to her from her father, master stained glass artisan Beglar Merlich. Together they run Merlich Art Glass Studio/Gallery in Ventura, CA. Jennifer also is an accomplished musician, teaching and performing with her African drumming ensemble, the One World Drummers all over the Central Coast of California. (www.oneworlddrummers.com) Jennifer is the proud pet-parent of Gypsy Rose, Chloe Belle, Mischa Marie, and of course, her miracle boy, Brighton Blue.

Some of the work featured in the Brighton Blue Gallery was made by Jennifer's father, Beglar Merlich. Entirely…

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  • Born on August 25
  • Joined April 15, 2008

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www.merlichartglass.com

Jennifer Merlich has been creating glass art for the last 20 years. She is currently focusing on hot glass techniques--fusing or "cooking" glass in a kiln--to produce vibrant, colorful bowls, plates, fountains, jewelry, etc. Jennifer's love of glass working was passed on to her from her father, master stained glass artisan Beglar Merlich. Together they run Merlich Art Glass Studio/Gallery in Ventura, CA. Jennifer also is an accomplished musician, teaching and performing with her African drumming ensemble, the One World Drummers all over the Central Coast of California. (www.oneworlddrummers.com) Jennifer is the proud pet-parent of Gypsy Rose, Chloe Belle, Mischa Marie, and of course, her miracle boy, Brighton Blue.

Some of the work featured in the Brighton Blue Gallery was made by Jennifer's father, Beglar Merlich. Entirely self-taught, Beglar Merlich began what would be a life-changing journey into the world of stained glass art in New Mexico in the early 1980's. Because of his commitment to the tiniest details and his extraordinary designs, Beglar became known as one of the premiere stained glass artisans in the Southwest. His art can be found in homes, schools, galleries and businesses around the world. Upon relocating to California in 2001, Beglar began teaching stained glass to teens and adults in various locations around Ventura County. His artwork spans themes ranging from unconventional Southwestern designs, to California Coastal-inspired seascapes. His windows tell a story, and each one is a unique, one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

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