Growing up with an artistic father, a neon sign maker by trade and painter in his spare time, Georgia artist Sherry Moser spent much of her childhood surrounded and fascinated by art and craft. She attributes her attraction to dichroic glass to the memories of the soft, electric glow of neon being manipulated by her father. Beginning in stained glass in the early 1980s, Moser used the influences and lessons learned in the light, color, and form of glass to create works of art. She shifted to creating kaleidoscopes and, then, exclusively to jewelry in 2000. Moser's wearable art is handcrafted from glass infused with metal oxides, reminiscent of the soft glow of neon from her childhood, and handwrought sterling silver elements. Moser considers her jewelry to be representative of her shifting interests and creativity, each piece carrying a connection to her past to then become a common thread for her future work, change, and growth.