The Music Moves You: Woman in Blue

Category: Tall Art

Since 1991, Lesley Nolan has worked in kiln formed glass. Colorful and energetic, her work reflects family stories and memory and may be found in collections throughout the United States. She shares her knowledge freely and created and taught the glass fusing class at the FSU Student Art Center. Over her career, she has led many workshops and participated as a professional artist in residence at the Pilchuck Glass School. She served on the Florida committee for the National Museum of Women in

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Medium type: Glass

Date created: 2013

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