It’s been 8 months since the flood and now I am back almost in the real world. I lost my studio, barn, garage and much fencing & thanks to many volunteers a few grants and much help from friends, things are coming together. I finally have some new work that is totally inspired by what […]
When I am on a hike one of my favorite places to hang for a while is in a grove of aspen. It is quite like being in a cathedral sanctuary. Bird song for the choir, quiet for the spirit. Special…
this window is a little to the left and above the cabinet doors pictured below and in a west facing window.
The last few weeks have been with wild iris images. They are so beautiful and one of my fav flowers.. They should be blooming in a few weeks, can’t wait. These are doors to hide a flat screen tv…
Once again it’s been way too long since I have posted here… Thought I’d put up a few new pieces that have come out. Not that I haven’t been working, I just am not as good at posting as my many blog friends are. I read everybody else’s posts, just don’t think to get mine […]
kilnworked glass Aspen grove bowl.
I am loving working with frit again and playing with the color mix. This is a 16″ bowl all done with crushed glass (frit) on a clear base.
I just finished a sculpture I have been working on since April. A big commission for Que Bueno, a restaurant at Denver International Airport, terminal B. Please check it out next time you are flying somewhere. This piece was 80 square feet of 1″thick glass supported in a stainless steel frame. Much fun but I […]
What you need to know to create fun, beautiful objects in glass! This is the perfect class for those who want a refresher course or for the complete beginner. It will be a hands-on intensive class that will cover the basics of fusing and slumping, including kiln and mold preparation, glass selection, project design, […]
The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is doing awesome!. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2010. That’s about […]