I started painting glass almost 20 years ago. Always having had an artistic flair, I attended workshops in various mediums at Museum of Art in Worcester, and later studied Art History in college. Glass Paradox started as a hobby at the kitchen table and mushroomed from there. I enjoyed creating pretty, useful things from yard sale finds and giving them to family and friends. After a while, I had far more neat things than I could give to people I knew so, I tried a craft fair. Everyone loved it and I soon tried others. I learned a lot about glass through trial and error! I discovered that some glass could not withstand the heating process and would disintegrate putting an end to my art. It was as a result of this that I stopped buying my pieces from yard sales and sought out a product that would constantly allow me to have a useful finished piece. People started looking for my artware and wanting to add to the pieces they already had. I still paint each piece myself, just not usually at the kitchen table! My designs are unique in using the entire glass and they are complimented everywhere I go. I am sure you will love them too!
Everyone deserves to set their table with beautiful things and it is my goal that Glass Paradox be those beautiful things!