Lin McJunkin

Lin McJunkin

As an artist and science educator, Lin McJunkin utilizes the heat of her environmental commitment, as well as the heat of her glass kilns and metal torches, to sculpt glass and metal into work that celebrates and advocates for the health of our planet and its inhabitants. Lin currently work in three distinct styles: a contemporary version of an ancient Roman glass casting technique known as “pate de verre” (glass paste); an embossing method known as “kiln-carving;” and “glass casting” into metal cut-outs. When nothing else will convey her chosen concept, she resorts to “mixed media” to convey her ideas.

Participating Pieces:


Gallatin River Totem

Gallatin River Totem

Medium: Steel, Kiln-Carved Glass & Stone | Price: $4,500 | Location: Wild Joe's Coffee Spot | Location Sponsor: Wild Joe's Coffee Spot