I am so glad that you have taken time today to enjoy my artwork.
We all have the same number of hours each day, and I spend my time ensuring that my glass work is my best possible work, for you.
I hope you find a piece of your happiness here today.
• Heather Dawson
Aiming for excellence, Heather creates and shares happiness through the bright and vibrant colours of kiln-formed and stained glass. Dynamic and engaging, her passion for sharing the process is delivered with warmth and assuredness. With over 15 years of experience in glass-working, she is masterful in her detailed work, and genuine in her approach and love for creativity.
As a forever student, Heather yearns for knowledge in her medium. Because of this, Heather is continuously learning new glass-working techniques, and practicing those techniques until student rivals master. In some instances, trial and error can be a valuable teacher and the unexpected can result in something amazing. Heather’s passion for nature shines through in bright and bold colours. Her lightness and carefree energy are also apparent in many of her quirky creations.
Heather’s work is available in her online shop, as well as in person at various events around Manitoba including the WAVE Artist Studio Tour. See upcoming events here and add to your calendar.
If you haven’t already checked out my new YouTube Channel, make sure to subscribe and keep in touch with what I’m up to. You’ll be first to see my newest videos including tutorials and how-to videos, behind the scenes sneak peeks, along with the newest trends and collections.
Click below for a peek behind the scenes!
The below video is a presentation created for a class through Creative Manitoba. Each artist in the class designed a performance or display of works about who they are as an artist. The presentation is an explanation of their medium, and the reason behind their arts practice. I had a lot of fun creating this presentation, while learning some new skills in the process.
In addition, I have included the clip of the introductory speech, which I gave to the class, to the beginning of this video.
In 2020, the WAVE Interlake Artists’ Studio was cancelled due to COVID-19, to keep artists and community safe. But, leave it to creative artists to find a way to keep the studio tour alive for you.
Join me for a virtual tour of my studio space and see what I’ve been working on in 2020.