Kathryn Thomson

When you look at the finished piece, it’s hard to imagine that it was once a fiery, molten liquid.

November 18, 2008 | | Artist in Residence

Kathryn Thomson has been working in glass since 1978, after graduating from Sheridan College with two diplomas. “My true passion is hot glass,” she says. “I love the dance and the excitement of working with such an in incredible material. When you look at the finished piece, it’s hard to imagine that it was once a fiery, molten liquid. Then I get to play again with the cold surface, transforming it with sandblasting on many of my works.” Kathryn’s work is currently on exhibit at Dragonfly in Orangeville and Gallery Gemma in Alton. For details, call her at 519-928-3155.

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