Ann Farnum Lambert has a natural color chip in her brain. This cannot be learned it’s just part of her. Ann’s parents were operating Wonalancet Farm when she was born and her first years were that of a farm kid, she still has her hay fork but her cow stick is long gone. She also was a musher back then starting with a one dog team and moving on to 2,3,5, racing in the New England Sled Club dog races in Wonalancet and on Chocorua Lake.
Creative from the start she ventured out early, saw the world and became a mom. After the dust began to settle she and her daughter started MuMandi (Mum and I) painting kid’s furniture with bright colors and funky designs, leveraging that color chip in her brain. Then one day in Durham, North Carolina she saw a poster in a store front for an “Introduction to Fused Glass Class”, and as they say …… the rest is history. Her introduction to BullsEye Glass in Portland Oregon allowed her love of color to explode. BullsEye glass has a rich, vibrant pallet of hand crafted glass, designed mostly fusing, and that was the tipping point for her. Upon returning to North Sandwich she converted an American Chestnut Post and Beam structure on her property into a stellar glass studio, workshop, and classroom. Today out of the MuMandi Glass Studio on Brown Hill Farm she crafts jewelry, functional pieces, garden art, and other whimsical glass art creations.