Paula Sinclair started fusing glass to copper on a little lidded hot plate at the kitchen table. She was about 12 years old.
Through the years she has learned to exploit the unpredictable beauty of enameling as an art form. Using colored glass in powders, lumps, and millefiori patterns fired to over 1500̊ she creates the colorful centerpieces for the unique jewelry she designs, some set on elegantly mis-matched hand-strung beads or found neckpieces– available at Full Moon Gallery.
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