by Kelly Green
Sarinda Jones’ Salt Lake studio if full of color, but little of it comes from paint. The jars on her shelf are full of small pieces of colored glass, and shards in a hundred shades can be found all over her studio. An active member of the Glass Art Guild of Utah, she creates minimalist kilnformed work, for both large and intimate settings, where ribbons of color shimmer in the light. You can find her work at Salt Lake’s A Gallery, and if you visit the 300 Plates show this month at Art Access you’ll find out what a glass artist does when given the challenge of creating a work on an old litho plate.
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