• Glass Dancing—Michelle Kaptur Art Glass

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I turn to nature for color inspiration and guidance, and am generally more interested in organic forms than in symmetry. Deserts, mountains, water, wildlife, and prehistoric art open me up to what glass might say to me. When I travel, I use my camera to capture ideas, which often show up in my art glass.

Interestingly enough, I do my best problem-solving and creative preparing when I’m asleep. I usually have no idea what I am going to make in my studio until I get up, and go stand in front of many different colors of glass with a cup of coffee in hand.

I am very blessed to have this relationship with glass. I thank everyone who has—or will—support me in my work.

Mark Gordon and Michelle Kaptur

I am especially thankful for my studio assistant Mark Gordon—who helps in all ways. The SoulBursts endeavor is too big for just one person, and Mark has been my steadfast helper and friend for many years.

Mark is also a glass artist in his own right. You can see his work at www.markgordonglass.com

Michelle Kaptur

If you are interested in purchasing my art glass or representing my work in your gallery, please contact me or visit my Glass Dancing Facebook page to see more images of my work.

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  • Gallery M: Greenport, New York