I am located in a building that looks like a giant brick box, hence the name BrickBox Studios. Once you have parked through the gate in the back of the building, enter through the back door. You can also park on the street in front of the building and enter through the front door. There will be a volunteer who will direct you to my first floor studio space. In my studio you will see a glass on glass mosaics that I am in the process of working on and some foiled stained glass pieces that will be soldered together to make a butterfly. I share this building with Heidi Heacock, Laurie Schmidt, Melanie Stanley, Ramona Moon, Cory Mitan and Briden Schueren, so please also check them out!
Yes, one on each floor of building
Yes, ramp at back door
Stained Glass, Glass Mosaics
Sheila Terry is a self-taught glass artist working mainly with glass mosaics. She uses a mixture of stained glass, beads, rusty bits, scrabble squares, jewelry and found treasures. Terry also enjoys bookmaking, rug hooking, sewing and a variety of other fiber arts.
“I love using something old as the base for all my pieces; such as an old window, a bicycle wheel, silverware, sprockets or a microwave plate. Then I create my design using stained glass, beads, jewelry, rusty pieces or anything else that will add to the story.”
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