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Art teacher's artwork at First National Bank
SAMPLE abstract Watercolor catamaran by Gloria Fuller

First National Bank in Platteville is exhibiting the artwork of Lancaster High School art teacher Gloria Fuller in August and September.

Fuller has organized LHS’ Holiday Craft Sale the first Saturday in November. More than 100 crafters and artists from the Tri-States exhibit and sell a variety of crafts.

Fuller works in glass fusing, with up to seven layers of various colors in glass, often augmented by glass painting and multiple kiln firings. Dichroic glass, used by NASA as reflective material, is used for special effects.

Fuller has exhibited in the UW–Platteville Harry and Laura Nohr Gallery and at UW–Madison. Her artwork is on permanent display at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Ariz.

Fuller also draws, paints watercolors and oils, works in pottery and ceramics, and creates digital images with special effects. She formerly owned a photography studio in Eau Claire.