Martha lives and works in Rockport, Texas. Her artwork ranges from mixed media sculpture and jewelry to painting collage.
Martha collaborates with her husband Alan as Two Hearts Studio, where they create originally designed jewelry together. Alan hand cuts and polishes precious and semiprecious stones and Martha sets them in silver. She also explores other metalsmithing techniques to create her unique jewelry.
Martha’s work is in private collections across the United States and in Canada and Japan.
Art has been a life-long passion for Pat Conway, and has ranged from dance and music, to needlepoint, jewelry, and finally stained glass. In 2004, she opened her first studio located in Seabrook, Texas. Her inspiration comes from nature, abstracts, and contemporary designs. To her, it is as if she is painting in glass. She is always fascinated by the color of the glass and the movement of light, and by the way that it affects each piece. Pat's hope is that everyone enjoys her work as much as she has enjoyed creating each piece.
Cindy Gentry Designs Lampwork Glass and Silver Jewelry
Pam Behrends Gouverne
Pam Behrends-Gouverne has been beading for over ten years and her meticulous attention to detail results in her high quality technique in bead weaving. Her first love was seed beads, and she has returned to that medium, in addition to new techniques such as Viking weave, enameling, and the latest Kumihimo and ancient technique of braiding. Every one of Pam’s designs are made with love and attention to detail. She guarantees each one of her works of art.
Kathy received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Buffalo. She and her husband, Rolf Wagner, a self taught artist, were introduced to Dichroic Glass by Diane Weiner in 2007 and fell in love with it immediately. Together they began experimenting in one of a kind jewelry pieces. Seeing the amazing results from firing the glass coated with multiple layers of sprayed metallic oxides, continues to fascinate Kathy, particularly as each individual work of art carries an array of unique color, shifting as the piece is angled. Kathy and Rolf eventually branched out in size, incorporating glass with wood, canvas and metal for wall art, and creating molds for slumped glass pieces. Their enjoyment has resulted in awards for their pieces in various juried exhibitions.