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Snow Flake Glass

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Peggy King

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Fused Glass Artist specializing in Dichroic and Irridized Glass

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During the last quarter of a century or so, I have made a career of serving first as the Office Manager, and now Energy Analyst for a state association. The work requires logic, an analytical mind, a head for detail and the constant crunching of numbers.  Although the work is certainly rewarding, there is little outlet for creativeness, as creativity is highly frowned upon in the world of bookkeeping and such.


An affirmed non-artist, I “found” glass at the age of 50. It was like receiving a surprise gift for some forgotten occasion. I hadn’t planned on becoming a glass artist. I took a bead making course on a whim. Then I took a fusing class, and was hooked.  In my home studio in Columbia, Missouri, I now create both lampworked (hot) and fused (warm) glass art, calling myself “Snow Flake Glass”  …Get it?...No Two Are Alike! My studio consists of a room full of glass in four different varieties and a multitude of formats.  Each must be kept separate because they don’t play well together. Melt them together in a project and your new work of art will surely end up breaking into pieces – sometimes dramatically. Each of my fused glass plates is created individually. Most sport dichroic color and/or irridized glass.


Many of my designs are of a geometric nature, possibly reflecting my experience with patchwork quilting – or maybe it is just an extension of my analytical mind. My “fishies” kiln-fused underwater scenes are lovingly made piece by piece including lampworked details representing sea plants and other creatures (and yes, I actually do use a tweezers to place pieces of frit sometimes).


I am a two-term past-president of Best of Missouri Hands, a very rewarding and gratifying experience.  Also, I have been honored by the art community by being asked to create the 2012 Missouri Arts Council Awards.  The five  "Universe Plates", pictured here, were bestowed upon some very worthy people and agencies that have invested themselves in promoting and supporting Missouri's arts and artisans.