The beauty of having lume mirrors in your home

Are you looking for a decorative mirror to add a touch of elegance to your living space? Mirrors are a perfect way to create a dramatic effect, create balance to your interiors and draw attention to your walls. My lume mirrors are more than just functional accessories that reflect what they see, they are a … Read more

Glass Art Murals that show the promise of new beginnings

I can’t believe that we’re already in December, and as we near the end of a very challenging time, I have been thinking about what 2021 might hold for us. Whatever life has thrown at us this year, a promise of a new beginning is just around the corner.   I love the start of a … Read more

Glass Art Commissions: How to commission the right artwork for your home

Commissioning an original piece of glass art for yourself or someone else is a very personal and creative process. I’ve been blessed over the years to be hired by both art collectors and interior designers to create custom, commissioned works of glass art for both residential and corporate art collections, and I want to share … Read more

Introducing my latest Glass Art Show and Collection

It seems like forever since we all got together for our amazing art events at the ALG Collective, but I can assure you that I’ve been working very hard behind the scenes installing the “Awakening” Art show at my studio with my latest glass art murals and smaller glass art collection that you are able … Read more

Why glass art makes a great Christmas gift

If you’re anything like me, you find it increasingly difficult to find Christmas gifts that are unique to those who seemingly have everything! The trouble is, most of us buy ourselves the things we need as and when we need them, and forget about the things we want until it’s too late, and we’re gifted … Read more

“Awakening” Art Show – A Jolt of Discovery

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be missing our incredible art show events at the ALG Collective; sipping cocktails on the roof terrace and admiring all the genius work from Dallas’ most-celebrated artists.  Well, while I can’t promise that we’ll be doing that again soon, I can promise you an equally exciting and impressive virtual … Read more

MURANO INSPIRATION

I thought “no man is an island” rang true, until I woke up one day and realized, I’m totally the Isle of Murano! In the Fall of 2016, the stars aligned and I got to actually do what I’d always dreamed of doing! I got to study under a Glass Master on the famed glass … Read more

Dallas Skyline

What started as a commission to recreate a glass version of the skyline picture that won Dallas the title of “Best International Skyline” amid fierce competition in USA Today’s 2014 poll, turned into a retrospective on my own views of my home city as I recreated it. Each building was cut and put together with … Read more

The Poodle Flies Over the Courtyard

Created from pure joy and pure heartbreak in varying but overall equal measure, this mural was created for Children’s Medical Center in honor of my sister, Callie who fought cancer from the age of 11 to 16 with more joy than most people have in their day to day lives. She was “promoted to heaven” … Read more

Urban Wildflowers

This celebration of life and creation feels like it was years in the making! The amazing couple who commissioned this piece asked for a glass mural that honored the countryside they so loved while still fitting into the urban city where they’ve made a home. How much do I love fusion of all things! I … Read more

The Wandering Through Caves Series

Do you ever feel like you’re in a holding pattern, wandering through caves you know the Lord is guiding you through that you think will lead to the outside, but only ever lead to more cavernous spaces, the bits of light and hope intermixing with the ambiguity and shadows until they just co-mingle and co-exist … Read more

Embracing Chaos

I came home from an amazing 2 week trip to Turkey to hear our studio collective was moving… in 3 short weeks!! So, after a mild heart attack at the idea of having to pay up and move all my glass, shelving, and kiln, I took a deep breath and did what I always do: … Read more