Gilded Lily Glass

Whimsical art jewelry with fused glass, lampwork beads, and enamel components

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It's all about the glass!

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Glass is an amazing medium because it can be manipulated by so many processes with such a variety of results. I was initially attracted to glass due to its color saturation, but I have grown to appreciate the kinetic quality of the material. I focus on making jewelry because I enjoy the benefits of working on a small scale. Small pieces afford me more opportunity for experimentation. I can also make reasonably priced art for everyday use. It is really gratifying to see someone wearing a piece of jewelry I created.


Lynn Burcher

 
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Art shows are opening up this summer. I cannot wait to see you out there!
In the meantime, you can check out some of my newest designs here.
https://www.instagram.com/gildedlilyglass/

 
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Upcoming Events 2021

Art in the Park   Blowing Rock, NC   8/14

Sidewalk Art Show   Roanoke, VA   8/21-22

Lazy Daze   Cary, NC   8/28-29

Rockville Arts Festival   Rockville, MD   9/4-5

NC Folk Festival   Greensboro, NC  9/10-12

Art in Autumn   Weaverville, NC  9/18

Atalaya Arts Festival   Murrells Inlet, SC  9/24-26

Artsplosure   Raleigh, NC   10/9-10

Valle Country Fair   Valle Crucis, NC   10/16

Cary Academy Holiday Shoppe   Cary, NC   11/11-13

Durham Holiday Market   Durham, NC  11/20-21

Christmas Carousel   Raleigh, NC  11/26-28

Boylan Heights Art Walk   Raleigh, NC  12/5

You may also purchase from me at one of my etsy shops or contact me at lynn @gildedlilyglass.com.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/luckiepenny

metal and enamel jewelry

https://www.etsy.com/shop/gildedlilyglass

fused glass jewelry

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PrettyByrdz

lampwork glass bead jewelry

About

I studied Greek Art as an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and as a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The creation and collection of art has always been my passion. I have explored a variety of media through formal classes and personal experimentation. In 1998, while concentrating on stained glass, I took a course in kiln-worked glass in order to incorporate more texture into my designs and my focus has been hot glass ever since. I have attended workshops at a variety of facilities including the Philadelphia College of Art, the Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, Penland, and the John C. Campbell Folk Art School. I am an active member of the Orange County Artists Guild and the International Society of Glass Beadmakers.

 
 
 

"What would life be if we had no courage to attempt anything?"

Vincent Van Gogh

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Contact

Hillsborough, NC

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