I entered the art world at a young age with a passion for drawing. Being raised on the shoreline of
Throughout the early years, I also developed a passion for horses. My family owned a small farm and to have a horse meant the world to me. I had to learn the value of a dollar and earn the upkeep. Faced with that reality, I found it only natural to teach art to kids younger than myself, give riding lessons and work at the local art supply store.
After graduation from college, I taught elementary art (K-6) for two years in
During this time, Tiffany windows became antiques and the stained glass industry in
Millicent traveled to the trade shows and commented that Bullseye Glass Company (a new manufacturer in
Within a few years, I moved South to live in the
The kilnformed glass movement had begun. I acquired the 28th kiln sold through Bullseye, especially designed with elements in the ceiling for firing glass. I an very grateful to Boyce Lunstrom (one of the original partners of Bullseye Glass) for initiating the rediscovery of the early glass forming techniques and to Bullseye Glass, for initiating the rediscovery of the early glass forming techniques. Now, Uroborous Glass Studios (also in
The movement has spread world wide and I beleive glass has become the major impact in the history of art in this century. I have been working with glass for the past 30 years and have enjoyed teaching these processes at various workshops around the country.