M.C. O'Neill's Profile

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Introduced to hot glass making from professional development classes I took while working as a K-12 art teacher; I tried a weekend glassblowing class which I loved, and I next learned how to use a torch on glass. I love making glass things with a torch, and also enjoy some kilnforming and the occasional mosaic. 3 categories of glass work I make: Sculptural, painterly, and nonrepresentational shapes, forms, colors, patterns, textures.

  • Female
  • Born on May 18
  • Joined June 30, 2008

Favorite materials

Soft glass for its vibrant, lifelike colors, hard glass for its ease in sculpting

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About

Introduced to hot glass making from professional development classes I took while working as a K-12 art teacher; I tried a weekend glassblowing class which I loved, and I next learned how to use a torch on glass. I love making glass things with a torch, and also enjoy some kilnforming and the occasional mosaic. 3 categories of glass work I make: Sculptural, painterly, and nonrepresentational shapes, forms, colors, patterns, textures.

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