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Education and biography
I hold a BA honours degree in Landscape Architecture and a Master's in Art in Architecture. I studied sculpture, painting, mosaic and glass at the Massana Art School in Barcelona and the Barcelona Glass Foundation.
I have been teaching glass courses in Spain and the United States since 1997. For the past five years, I have headed the glass course for Syracuse University abroad and in 2005, became director of the University's visual arts programme.
I work from my studio on private commissions and sculptural work and have participated in numerous solo and group shows in Europe and the United States, including a two-person show at the Barcelona Archaeological Museum and the Artonivo Gallery in Bruges, plus a solo show sponsored by the British Council. I have exhibited twice at Barcelona's Contemporary Art Festival, BAC! My work has been featured in many publications, most recently in and Glass and Print by Kevin Petrie for A&C Black.I have co-authored two books, one on kiln-formed glass and the other on mosaic.
In 2003 I received supporting prize for the Jutta Cuny Franz Memorial Award for sculpture in glass, Germany.
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Her work is held in private collections in Europe and Japan as well as at El Musee- Atelier du Verre, France and el Museo de Arte en Vidrio de Alcorcón (MAVA), Spain.
She currently works from her Barcelona studio, La Ventana Indiscreta, on architectural glass and sculpture. She has undertaken architectural commissions in Europe, including work for a Paris-based exhibition by the Enric Miralles Practice, two glass walls for a private residence on Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona and, most recently, forty glass panels for the Can Xarina Restaurant in Catalonia.
This particular project was designed as two expansive walls of sand-blasted and printed float glass to be located in the entrance hall of an office and private house in the Example area of Barcelona. The glass panels are supported by a metallic structure and consist of sections of float glass of varying dimensions on which patterns and textures, reminiscent of the fragments of old wallpaper and antique lace curtains, are visible. The glass is sand-blasted on both sides to achieve greater depth and intensify the light, then printed with silver stain. When natural daylight passes through the glass, the shape of the design is projected onto the floor.
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