Judy's passions include sailing and art. Her work is loose, creative, and spirited. She consistently plays with new techniques and materials, and every piece has layers of intrigue that are revealed as you look closely at the pieces.
Barb is a glass blower, and works with both fused and stained glass pieces. She also works with wood -- turning, carving, and assembly. Each summer she explores new techniques in workshops at Mark Adams School of Woodworking. One of her most popular pieces are the fan bird that she carves from a single piece of wood, using an old european technique that is all but lost. As a perfectionist, Barb's work is precise and careful. You learn more about Barb's work at: www.BlueStarStudioofWoodandGlass.com .
Helen Nelson has been interested in art since a young age but didn't pursue it as a career until she retired from her "day" job. She then explored a number of mediums, discovering and falling in love with fused glass in the early 90's. Since then she has been creating and showing her fused glass work. She has taken classes at Kendall College of Art & Design and had entries in the 2011 and 2012 Art Prize competitions.
Sally lives in South Haven, Mi and calls her business Moosellaneous. She has been working with Polymer clay for 25 years. After taking a fused glass class at Vesuvius Gallery in Glenn, Sally was completely hooked, bought her own kiln and started creating with both the clay and with glass. She was diagnosed with MS, so now is limited to selling her work through venues that do the selling rather than attending shows on her own. She can still be creative, and has found an opportunity to sell through Saugatuck Artists Collective.