graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University, with a
Bachelor's of Science in 1997. Since that time, I have
worked for a large financial institution where I am to this
day. By day I work with people. By night with glass.
creativity, requiring me to utilize both technical skills
and creative abilities. I apply an understanding of the
physics involved in temperature control to achieve
specific results. My work is influenced by this process as
well as the world around me. Specifically, I draw on
influences from details I observe in nature, from my
travels and my experiences in other areas such as
calligraphy, book binding and fabrics.
I believe strongly the feelings picked up by your fingers as
they run across a piece are just as important as the
message received visually. And that art/craft is meant
not just to be owned but enjoyed.
anything else I could get hold of. But when I found glass, it touched me in a way nothing else had before.
I work to convey these values by creating items made to be lived with and used. I regularly include raised
elements and pay close attention to the specific type of finish each piece is given. This increases visual
depth and contributes to that ever important sense of touch.
I am glad you took this time to visit with me. I hope you will enjoy viewing my work as much as I have
|Nicole Vachier Lozano
San Antonio, Texas USA
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