Motorcycle Themed Series Coming Up

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My husband and I were in Albuquerque as volunteers at the start and first checkpoint of the Iron Butt Rally last week. While there, I started a collaboration with photographer Tobie Stevens. I’ve been working up some of his rally-themed … Continued

It’s been awhile

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Things got so crazy with shows that I haven’t been making much new glass or keeping my website updated. Julie Vincent, Ken Hashagen, and I mounted a show at Will Call Gallery in NW Portland. It opened for First Thursday … Continued

Kiln to Gallery

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“Mending a Net” is still warm from its final kiln cycle, but it will be hanging at Will Call Gallery for First Thursday festivities tomorrow night from 6-10pm. Will Call is at 625 NW Everett St. in downtown Portland. Most … Continued

Burden is finished.

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This just came out of the kiln. It is about 14×18. Can’t go much bigger; my silkscreens are the limiting factor. The original photo of course did not have stars and stripes on the burdens. I added those as a … Continued

Two shows in January

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I have pieces in two shows this month. The “Roamin’ Border” platter is at Art on Broadway in Beaverton. “Out of the Shadow,” a small “At the Well,” and two versions of “Basketmaker” are at the Jaqua Gallery in Springfield, … Continued

OK, this is funny.

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I was poking around on the website for the Taos Art Glass Invitational for information about other artists and possibly a schedule for an artists’ reception when I came across this interesting tidbit. The gallery manager had mentioned to me … Continued

The Real Little Boy

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As usual for my multicolor-on-white pieces, the third time is the charm. This one finally has the the shades of green and brown that I intended, better registration between the different screens, and a mosaic border to dress it up.

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