Cindy is from Houston, Tx. My love of glass turned from one small kiln into three. I still make jewelry cabochons, but my passion is making glass panels using powdered, crushed and cut pieces of glass. I transform the hard cold glass by layering the compatible glass elements and firing in a kiln. Layering and firing are done multiple times to create the depth and texture of the glass piece. I work a lot in “tack fusing” which fires the glass to the base glass but leaves the texture. Not many artists use this technique. It’s thrilling to open the door each time to see how the piece has developed. After all, it’s the only art from that you “close the door and walk way until the next day” to see the results. It could take many days to complete one piece..
My love of nature inspires me to create landscapes, seascapes, animals and still life’s..
I'm a born and raised Texan where I live in Houston with my husband and two adorable dogs. I’m a member of Lone Star Art Guild and Tomball Art League. As an award winning glass artist I compete in numerous juried shows around the State.