Kristina Glick lives in Northern Indiana where she splits her time between being a studio artist and a professor.  In addition to making art she loves to travel, attend live concerts, visit art museums, read fantasy, science fiction and mystery books, spend time in the mountains (which is unfortunately hard to do in Indiana), work in her gardens, and drink good tea with good friends.

Kristi earned her MFA from East Carolina University in 2007.  During graduate school she began to use found objects, both natural and manmade, in her work.  Now in addition to enamel and metal, her artwork might contain anything from a snail shell to an electric motor component salvaged from the local scrap yard.  In addition to creating jewelry she makes enamel panels, prints and books.