Margaret Zinser - Green Paisley Bead #1
.866" x .822
"Base is made in the flame, annealed/ cooled. I then use vitreous enamel to hand paint the maze. Then the whole shebang goes back into the flame to fire the enamels on. It doesn't rub off like decals - there's actually glass in the paint so it adheres."
Margaret Zinser lives in Tucson, Arizona and has worked with glass since 2001. In 2004, she completed work for her Master’s degree in Entomology (another fascination with things small and colorful), and her background is certainly apparent in her insect-themed Beetle and Butterfly beads. The technique and chemistry of working with glass feed Margaret’s scientific side while the freedom allowed by working with a molten medium nourishes her creative soul. As a strong supporter of arts in the community, Margaret currently serves on the Board of Directors of both Sonoran Glass School and Beads of Courage.
Margaret Zinser’s glass work and jewelry have been featured in galleries throughout the US, Canada, and Japan, and in several magazines, including Glass Art Magazine,The Flow, Bead and Button, and Bead Unique. To learn more, please visit her website, www.mzglass.com.
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