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.