New pieces in the Santa Fe Shadows series: Pine Shadows, Shadow Berries, and Winter Shrub. Done just in time for the Local 14 50th Anniversary Sale starting Thursday evening, Sept 27 and running through Sunday 5pm at the Left Bank … Continued
I wanted the building color to look like adobe, whitened where the sun was brightest on its surface. When making a new color by mixing glass from various jars, it is highly advisable to run a test so you don’t … Continued
I haven’t done a lick of glass work in months and months, but the Gathering of the Guilds show is coming up in just over a month. I need to buckled down. Stay tuned for some new pieces!
I *thought* I was going to make the next version of Sky Blossoms this week, and prepared a nice frame and background for it. The background is a single flat piece of bright white glass. The frame is made of … Continued
Are you sure its already February!? I’ve been taking time away from making lots of glass. My most recent explorations have been looking into macro photography (to capture really tiny things in detail that might be interesting when enlarged onto … Continued
Here’s a very short video showing how it looks and sounds when you apply photo emulsion to a screen with a scoop coater. Click in the movie window to start the clip.
So I briefly forgot that I’m doing one more show before retreating to my studio to play with paint and glass. Julie Vincent and I will turn much of my house into a gallery for the Oregon Glass Guild’s Fall … Continued
Art in the High Desert is over; I delivered a stocking order of 100 Wired Up Art hangers to my first distributor; my brother and I spent a week fixing and cleaning our mom’s house in Iowa and got it … Continued
I’ll have at least two new pieces finished in time for Art in the High Desert Aug 28-30 in Bend. The first piece in my new Arches N.P. collection is Panorama, a limited-edition series of original glass-on-glass screen prints. I’m … Continued