I love color, vibrancy, and bold design. These are what ignite my soul and fuel my spirit. Whether it’s a crimson sunset, a bold runway ensemble, or a fresh sprig of basil on a balsamic glazed Caprese salad, my passion is in transforming everyday objects into innovative glass designs through sensory observation, imagination and meticulous technique.

I’ve worked in painting, drawing, and ceramics. But fused glass is the single medium that allows me the full expression of my unbridled creativity. My positive, energetic outlook informs my approach to both life and art, and my work speaks to the joy and exuberance I feel in my everyday surroundings and community.

Art enriches the soul and brings light to everyone. When someone connects to my colorful outlook on life, I want them to be able to bring my creations into their home, their office or share it with friends and family.

My custom work allows me to design pieces based on your unique take on the world. We can work within your chosen color palette and sense of design to create one of a kind pieces, wall hangings, installations or functional decor elements that reflect your individual style and spirit.

My studio door is open by appointment. I can’t wait to create art that engages your soul and speaks to your passion and imagination. www.jackicohenglassartdesigns.com



4 Responses to About Jacki

  1. Ora Kurland says:

    Hi Jacki-
    I read about your work in the Jewish News. I just looked at your Judaica and it’s quite beautiful! If you have a newsletter or email list, please put me on it! Also, do you display in the Hidden in the Hills exhibits in Carefree and Cave Creek?
    All the best,

  2. Sue Kamins says:

    Hi Jacki,
    I do stained glass work and some friends of mine want me to create a fused glass piece with a Mah Jongg theme to donate to a Jewish Film Festival in Sebastopol, California. Do you have any patterns or suggestions for me if fusing is a new venture for me. I saw your items online and liked them. Help!! Any suggestions would be appreciated.
    Warm Regards,

  3. Jacki says:

    Hi Sue,
    Thank you for admiring my work.
    The maj piece that I did was a commissioned piece that was a rather difficult piece. I do not use any pre made patterns. I would suggest a simpler Jewish piece, like a star. You can make your own patterns by cutting card stock and tracing it on the glass, like I am sure you must do for stained glass. Fused is so much more forgiving–go abstract!

  4. Jacki says:

    I just sent you an email from my gmail account.

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