Kristina Logan always intended to have a career as an artist, but it wasn’t until after college when she spent four years working for glass artist Dan Dailey that she found direction for her work. She studied at Dale Chihuly’s Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State, where she discovered lampwork technique, in which the glass is manipulated on a rod over a small flame. Most of her large pieces had been collaborative, and Logan was intrigued with the independence of lampworking. She has since developed her own process of bead making and has contributed to the field as a whole, promoting glass beads through various societies and workshops.
Luce Artist Biography