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I have always loved color and form and knew when I retired and had that precious commodity of time, my creative energy would lead me in an exciting direction. When I recently moved to Sequim from Colorado, I took a class in fused glass and was immediately hooked.

I am fascinated by the whole process of fusing glass. Opening the kiln after the glass has been fired reveals a treasure. The glass has transitioned from a raw edged, cold feeling piece to something soft, sensuous an vibrantly colored.

Currently, I am happily exploring the many possibilities fused glass offers. As an avid collector of masks from different countries, it was a natural transition for me to create masks out of glass. Vividly colored and whimsical, the masks are eye catching additions to a room. My goal in designing “functional” glass pieces is to create useable items that are contemporary, harmonious and balanced. Creatively, I find each glass piece a new and stimulating adventure.
Lizbeth Harper can be reached at:
Blue Whole Gallery
lizbethharper@hotmail.com