|Right out of the kiln this morning...|
Chances are (especially if you follow me on Facebook or get my eblasts) you know I have a bunch of shows and events coming up...and if not, I have some great news to share!
April 26th marks the return of the Glass Bead Extravaganza, sponsored by the New England Chapter of the ISGB. It's the only show of its kind in New England - showing, selling and live demo-ing handmade glass beads - and is one of my favorite shows to do all year! I have lots of new designs and colors worked up - and they'll be available at the show.
I'm also revisiting some designs I've worked on in the past, using dichroics, metals, and different silver glasses....all in preparation for teaching an upcoming class -"Creating Magic Under Glass"- at Snow Farm, out in western MA in May. After that I'll be speaking at the BDI monthly meeting at the end of May; I'd love to see you there!
Here is a new Anemone, inspired by my friend Deb's "Artist du Jour" series on Facebook; she suggested the work of Wolf Kahn from his "Color & Consequence" exhibit with bright spring colors might be a fun direction to go in. I was definitely inspired! This one measures just about 2" across, has a matte top layer and glows with bright, lively colors.
"C&C#1" Anemone is the first in the series based on inspiring artworks. It is available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis. The price is $135. Please email me if you are interested.
Thanks for checking in!