Angela McHale earned her BFA with a concentration in Glass from Massachusetts College of Art in 2017. Since then she has continually worked in glass and has taught at Snow Farm: New England Craft Program, Diablo Glass School, New Street Glass and various other private and public glass studios. Angela’s work straddles the boundaries between order and chaos while grappling with concepts such as impact, loss, and the apocalypse. Her artwork is inspired by personal narratives and current events, most notably the climate crisis. Recently she has been working with plasma sculptures and utilizing light in her work as a metaphor for the soul. Angela completed a two-year residency at the Worcester Center for Crafts in 2019 where she remains on staff as a flameworking instructor. In 2021 Angela graduated with an Associates Degree in Scientific Glass Technology from Salem Community College in New Jersey and has been using the skills acquired there to advance her work.