Back Mountain Memorial Library to exhibit Maria Livrone’s glass wall hangings

Maria Livrone, of Plains Township, will display of her glass wall hangings at the Back Mountain Memorial Library throughout the month of June. - Submitted photo

DALLAS — Maria Livrone, of Plains Township, will showcase her display of glass wall hangings at the Back Mountain Memorial Library, 6 Huntsville Road, in June.

Livrone has been creating art since the mid-1980s starting with stained glass and then moving to pottery, fiber arts, and fused glass with the help of a kiln.

A self-described artistic soul, she found a way to incorporate all of these mediums into her work. She describes her designs as anything but conventional and refers to her glass hangings as “wall jewels.”

Livrone is a Master Artisan with the PA Guild of Craftsmen and has had work shown in over 60 galleries throughout the USA and Canada.

Livrone and her husband Bill have a working studio located in Pittston called Whimsy and the Welder where they work with glass, metal and sand-carving techniques. Their pieces range from garden flowers to home décor and large scale fused glass and metal sculptures.

Maria Livrone, of Plains Township, will display of her glass wall hangings at the Back Mountain Memorial Library throughout the month of June.
https://www.mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_art-wall-june.jpgMaria Livrone, of Plains Township, will display of her glass wall hangings at the Back Mountain Memorial Library throughout the month of June. Submitted photo