Untitled Vessel, cast glass and copper electroforming, 6x6x6 in
Green Deeper View Vessel, cast glass and copper electroforming
Green Deeper View Vessel, top view
Deanna Clayton has been working with glass for over twenty years. She was introduced to glass right out of high school while earning her Associates in Fine Arts degree in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Deanna wanted to continue her education in glass. Research showed the glass program , taught by Henry Halem, at Kent State University to have produced some of the most successful glass artists working at the time. After two years at Kent State University she moved to Champaign-Urbana, IL to attend the University of Illinois and finished her Bachelors Degree. While still attending the University she started her own glass studio with her husband Keith Clayton. She worked in central Illinois for ten years and then discovered beautiful Door County, Wisconsin which is where she lives and works today with her husband and three children.