FYI

I love how loved we are – and trying to find a balance between my work life and glass life so that I can continue to share with you all!

I have posted on our website the days the studio will be open for you to drop in – and will continue to post this way as well as setting appointments via email(Toni OR Vicki).  Eeeek so exciting! Again, gratitude is in our hearts – we love making! Living the dream!

Its that time again!

TLG will be attending this years spring Arts & Bloom Festival at the Kitty Coleman Woodland Gardens May 20-22! Not only is this the most beautiful setting, but there is so many talented artisans that come out.  This is by far Vicki and I’s favorite venue!

We are planning to have some Tidal Balls, Jelly Fish, sea urchins, sea stars, and some new garden art made from blown glass as well as our soy candles that we have been experimenting with! There will also be the driftlines on display and some tea cup motif as well!

The Show Room

I am so very blessed with the support of my parents – they house my hotshop on their property and then my dad built a “shed” that could home my finished work.  It turned out beautiful! Its a beautiful space to store the pieces until shows but also a place to display so we can photograph! I am one lucky lady!
By appointment – you are all welcome to come and see this new storage space! We have Tidal Balls, Jelly Fish, Driftlines, Sea Urchins and our new adventure soy candles – using glass blown seconds!

 

What a weekend!

u6TLG survived the Kris Kringle this past weekend, four days in Nanaimo with some amazing artisans! We set up our booth at Beban Park where thousands of people came through – and we saw some friendly faces we knew too! It was everything we had hoped and expected so thank you Nanaimo! And a big thanks to the Kris Kringle committee who put on a fantastic show.  I think the singing bird/hockey player/toy story dude on stilts was my fav besides the Grinch – both had me laughing pretty hard!
Our Christmas sales are coming to an end for the year – if you missed us we will be set up this weekend at the Filberg Lodge in Comox for the Christmas at the Lodge and Holiday Market.  We will be set up there both Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 4pm with some stained glass Angels and Fish, lampworked Christmas Tree Spiders, Driftlines, Tidal balls, Sea Stars and even a few blown Urchins.

Kris Kringle Craft Market

14639873_696668253830012_2896682732494175271_nTwo more sleeps! TLG is super excited to be attending this years Kris Kringle Craft Market in Nanaimo this year at Beban Park.  If you’re in the area there are 150+ artists in attendance – makes for a good show!
It starts on:
Thursday at noon – 9pm
Friday 10am – 9pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 5pm

A Nanoose kind of fun!

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.13619883_10153737900192285_1810350888920723223_n
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.   13619997_10153737900517285_522226668037173290_nThank 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!