In case you didn’t know, it snowed today. What a beautiful site from inside my cozy warm home. It is starting to feel like Christmas… winter has officially arrived and I am craving short bread.
We do have some things left from our shows, Tidal Balls, a few Jelly Fish, Sea Stars, a couple Driftlines, etc. Vicki and I do work full time but that doesn’t mean we won’t try and accommodate those special requests of already made glass art. Just shoot one of us an email or msg us on Facebook. We are usually pretty quick to reply! If you’re in the Bowser area, the Salish Sea Market has quite an array of blown works available for sale too!
Art in the Garden this past weekend in Nanoose Bay was amazing. If felt so good to not only prepare the weeks prior but to set up our tables and arrange our artworks for people to view and talk about with just felt – well natural. It felt like home. It is what we do. What we are meant to do.
Vicki’s Driftlines were a success. This was the second showing for them and the response from the public was so encouraging and rewarding. She even took it a step further and incorporated sandcasting made by yours truly.
The Jelly fish were a hit. And the tidal balls as usual. My favorite though was the sandcasting burl my father put together. Thank you for all that came to say hello and support me and Mother! Thank you to Leslie for such an awesome and successful venue. Beautiful scenery and talented artisans that made our weekend a memorable one!