For Sarah, glass is the ultimate medium, with its contrasting interplays between transparency, light, shadows, depth, and movement. She first discovered working with glass in 2006, initially expressing herself through mosaics and stained glass, then plunging into fused glass. Fused glass, sometimes known as “warm glass,” involves heating glass in kilns to temperatures in the 1200 – 1500-degree range. Heating glass like this changes its texture and often alters colors.
Sarah’s work has been sold in several Frederick, Baltimore, and DC galleries. In June 2015 and June 2021, her work was displayed at the Creative Crafts Council’s Exhibition at the Strathmore Mansion in Rockville. Sarah’s art is available at HorseSpirit Arts Gallery in Savage, MD.