Nancy Cann
Nancy Cann has been working professionally in glass since 2001.  She has been represented by Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass in an invitation-only group show called “On the Wild Side.”  Her work has been included in the Museum of Glass In Tacoma, WA Red Hot Summer Party & Juried Auction and she was a Niche Finalist in 2011.   She is exhibiting in a one-woman show at The Cobb Art Place in Marietta for the month of September 2019.   She also teaches regularly at John C Campbell Folk School.
Elizabeth Mobley
Elizabeth has been creating glass art since 2005. She started making stained glass art, but after two years, she changed her focus to kiln fusing glass. She advanced
her fine arts skills by studying at Glass Fusing Art School in Italy as well as under other prominent glass artists. She worked at a glass distribution center/studio, which she considered a playground or sandbox.
Elizabeth has exhibited her glass in venues throughout the Atlanta area. She enjoys teaching kiln fused glass classes as much as sharing and collaborating with other artists. She is the President of the Atlanta Glass Art Guild and an active
member of several art guilds.

Lisa Schnellinger​​​​​​​
Lisa Schnellinger is an artist based in Atlanta who specializes in cast and sand-carved glass forms. She often works with transparent glass, and also incorporates elements of ceramics and photo imagery. She owns and manages Fused Light Studio, a space for all levels of artists to develop skills and experiment with kilnformed glass as a medium. Her previous artwork was primarily photography, part of her international career in media development and training.
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