About The Artist

I first became intrigued by lampwork glass after seeing some pretty lampwork jewelry at a gallery in Estes Park.

After a little internet research about how the beads are made, I was so excited within several weeks I took a class from a lady who had been practicing lampwork glass beadmaking for a year and a half.  I was hooked.

Gail May from Fireglo Glass Art Jewelry

In a very short time I had a new mixed gas torch, a Paragon bead annealing kiln, glass rods and supplies (tools and mandrels).  There is something fascinating about melting glass and creating glass beads. 

The various patterns, color and shapes are endless.  I love creating these glass beads, designing the jewelry and sharing my creations with you!


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