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Sally Worcester 

Color is my CoPilot 

Sally began her explorations in glass when she blew her first piece at the foundry in Honolulu in 1971. A woman in a man's line of work, she struggled over the years to earn respect, both as a glass blower, and as an artist. Her success has made her an inspiration and role model to young female artists. Sally's work has been featured in fine art exhibits throughout the country and even abroad. Sally finds her inspiration in nature and the great artists of the past. She enjoys experimenting with color, using glass as her canvas. Her latest series entitled "cosmos" is inspired by the images captured by the huble telescope, and is a perfect example of her affinity for color application.