Cheryl Matson has been creating glass art since January, 2002. She has studied with many talented artists in bead making and flame working. Cheryl has been teaching classes in Pratt the Pratt Fine Arts Center flameworking studio since June 2003. She is also Pratt’s flameworking studio coordinator and the President of Fire and Rain, the local chapter of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. The focus of Cheryl’s glass work is in making elaborate jewelry pieces from many types of glass, including recycled glass and antique dishes and in making small whimsical sculptured beads.
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