An Artful Journey With Wendy Williams Into The Colorful World Of Flamework Glass
About the Artist
Wendy Williams // Glass Artist
"Glass is one of the most beautifully challenging of all the mediums I have worked with. It's also very addicting. There is something so captivating about the feel of it, at the end of my rod, in its molten state, dancing in the flame of my torch"
I enjoy creating glass sculpture and wearable art that has a sense of movement and balance with a bit of whimsy and a lot of color. All of the art glass that you find here on MorningLightGlass.com has patterns and organic shapes that mimic the world around me. They remind me of something you would find on your way down a path in the woods, along a stream or next to the ocean. They are elegant, unique & one of a kind.
In the early 90's I started using glass as a medium while living on Maui, Hawaii. For more than 20 years Flameworking has taken me on the most delightful, creative journey. I called Maui home until the end of December 2004 when I moved to the mainland, specifically Florida. I owned a small gallery for a few years before moving to South Carolina where I fell in love and met my future husband. We live off the beaten path, in the country among the nature and wildlife I love so much. I find inspiration for my art all around me. It is in the morning dew glistening on the grass, the movement of the river that flows in my back yard, and the intricate patterns of the tiny wild flowers that nestle in the meadow pasture.
Something new I am excited about is the edition of silversmithing. This last year I started creating jewelry from my implosion cabochons that I adore so much. I use only precious metals, sterling silver & copper to create one of a kind fine art pieces. I Love jewelry! The only hard part about making them, is giving them up after I finish. I want to keep each and every one of them!
Who knows what the future holds. There are sure to be some fun surprises in this next year! Can't wait!
Feel free to Contact me with any questions You might have! Wishing you the most Beautiful Day!! A Hui Hou (until we meet again)