B. A. Dillon, a Wyoming native, resides in Big Sky Montana and maintains a glass studio in a renovated 1904 log cabin. Located in the scenic Gallatin Canyon, the cabin is situated in the historical location of the first stage coach stop transporting travelers from Bozeman to Yellowstone, our nation's first National Park. Spending most of her life in Montana, Dillon is an avid fly fisher, hiker and cross country skier; inspiration stemming from the rivers to the peaks of the natural world. Flame working glass for over 28 years provides the axis for Dillon's newest work encompassing clay, wood, or metal in contemporary glass sculpture. The transparency of glass bridges the density of clay, rendering fundamental shapes with color and texture that is characteristic of painting on canvas. As the shade of light chages, the mood of the sculpture does as well.
Barbara Allen Dillon flameworking
Big Sky, Montana, artist, Barbara Allen Dillon,art glass, caterpillars, bugs, scent bottles, frogs, dragonflies, dragonfly, mayflies, mayfly, bees, bee, spiders, butterflies, butterfly, Indian paintbrush, iris, columbine, glacier lily, poppy, poppies, cactus, cactus blossoms, gecko, geckos. giflts, mother's day, collectables, one of a kind,