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In December 1995, Pilisa established Ringing Rocks Foundation, whose mission was to explore, document and preserve alternative cultures and healing practices. Pilisa is a certified Reiki practitioner (I and II) and has participated in ceremonies with healers from Japan, New Mexico, Bali, St. Vincent, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa. RRF closed at the end of 2009.

From December of 2004 to December of 2008, Pilisa owned and operated a retail business, S.A.G.E. Crafts, which sold arts and crafts supplies to artists in Sedona, and offered arts and crafts classes to both beginning and experienced creative spirits. She believes that expressing oneself through art or craft can be healing and her store was an extension of her healing practice.

Pilisa is now devoting her time to creating fused glass art. Intention plates that are embellished with copper mesh…

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  • Female
  • Born on September 7
  • Joined November 4, 2008

Favorite materials

Frit, dichroic glass, textured glass, millefiori, fired decals, metal inclusions, copper and brass mesh embellishments, nuts and bolts as pendant bails

About

In December 1995, Pilisa established Ringing Rocks Foundation, whose mission was to explore, document and preserve alternative cultures and healing practices. Pilisa is a certified Reiki practitioner (I and II) and has participated in ceremonies with healers from Japan, New Mexico, Bali, St. Vincent, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa. RRF closed at the end of 2009.

From December of 2004 to December of 2008, Pilisa owned and operated a retail business, S.A.G.E. Crafts, which sold arts and crafts supplies to artists in Sedona, and offered arts and crafts classes to both beginning and experienced creative spirits. She believes that expressing oneself through art or craft can be healing and her store was an extension of her healing practice.

Pilisa is now devoting her time to creating fused glass art. Intention plates that are embellished with copper mesh and energetically infused with the desired intention, as well as tie dye bowls using her melt pot are her current favorites to create. She also creates some tiles and jewelry, as well. Combining glass with metal, such as copper and brass mesh embellishments, or using nuts and bolts for bails on jewelry is a way to add additional texture and interest to her pieces. She also works in other media from time to time - still, glass fusing is her priority as her favorite media. This store hosts a sampling of her fused glass work.

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