Glass Artists of the Carmel Arts and Design District
Carmel Arts and Design District
Carmel Arts and Design DistrictGlass Artists of the Carmel Arts & Design District


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The Carmel Arts & Design District showcases the works of Nancy Keating, Lisa Pelo and Deb Achgil. Learn more about the glass artists of the Carmel Arts & Design District and visit the studios displaying their work. They are a few of the many artists featured on The Indiana Glass Trail featuring talented Hoosier artisans and glass blowers.
Pam Niccum Art

Nancy KeatingLISA PELO
Lisa Pelo of Hot Blown Glass, Ltd, Clayton, creates blown glass, slumped and fused glass, cast glass, and metal sculpture for home and business. Her glass sculptures are in permanent collections from museums to hospitals and private homes, to name a few. Her beautiful pieces can be seen at the Hoosier Salon at 22 N. Rangeline Road Carmel, IN 46032, CCA Gallery and Gifts at 111 West Main Street, Suite 135, Carmel, Indiana 46032 and Indiana Artisan at 111 W. Main Street, Carmel, Indiana 46032.

Pam Niccum Art

Contemporary mosaic artist, Nancy Keating's works include both 3D and 2d mixed media creations which include an array of hand cut art glasses. Her mosaic style is marked by the festive use of vibrant colors, reflective textures and an occasional touch of whimsy. She works in her Carmel studio and has created countless mosaic pieces over the years, including public works of art and architectural residential installations. See Ms. Keating's mosaics at Art On Main Gallery and Gifts located at 111 West Main Street, juried fine art shows and exhibits, and her website,

Mosaics art classes are offered by Ms. Keating in the Carmel Arts and Design District. For more info see:

Pam Niccum Art

Deb is an Indiana native who lives in Lafayette with her husband. She graduated from Purdue University and worked in Quality in a pharmaceutical company for over 28 years.

Deb became interested in the glass medium after observing a demonstration of fusing and slumping of glass, forming a shallow dish. She followed up by taking an introductory fused glass class from a local artist. She continued to work and experiment on her designs and technique and taking her pieces to a nearby studio, that had a kiln, to fuse and slump her earlier pieces. Deb eventually acquired a kiln of her own and started producing many pieces that relatives and friends now have in their homes. She applied and was accepted to several art shows in Lafayette and Indianapolis where her art caught the eye of many people who now display her art in their home. Deb spends a lot of time comparing colors and different patterns of glass to get a sense of what might look pleasing when displayed with other forms of artwork. Deb loves to work with dichroic and iridescent glass, which gives the piece a sort of magical appearance when viewed from different angles. Deb’s glass pieces can be functional as well as decorative. Please enjoy her artwork. Deb is also a member of Indiana Artisans.

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Nancy Keating Deb Achgill Lisa Pelo