Though Mary was first known for working with sea glass to create frames, she fell in love with glass and PMC when she took her first course at Corning Glass Studio in upstate NY.
She now spends her time working with PMC, bronze, copper clays and glass, fusing it to create jewelry and belt buckles.
PMC is a product of Mitsubishi Materials Corp, Japan) is a clay medium whose primary ingredient is fine silver particles.
Her one of a kind fused glass and PMC pieces are then fired at very high temperatures in a jewellery kiln, resulting in 99.9% pure silver. Fine silver is more tarnish resistant than sterling.