“I am fascinated with finding sacred meaning in everyday objects. I find meaningless objects and make molds of them, mindful of their origins, uses finality, and eventual obsolescence. I use blue glass to impart a sense of royalty, uplifting them to a new and more meaningful presence in the world. The profane becomes sacred as the ordinary takes on the extraordinary in a new form and color. I am a shaman, witch, priestess, and diviner…an artist in the original sense!”
Blair received a BFA from Alfred University in New York and an MFA from Rutgers University. Her work has been commissioned by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Oliver Stone’s The Doors Project, the Franklin Mint, and the United States Olympic Equestrian Museum.