Today, the sun is truly shining, shining as if it might just be ready to burn off the last bits of cold and snow that seem to be clinging to the edges. I am so thankful for this sunshine and ready to feel its presence more often......Recently, I felt compelled to take up my canvas … Continue reading
As one holiday weekend wears down I am gearing up for yet another one. My ornaments are all painted, signed and numbered. I have purchased gift bags, tissue and attached a gift tag to the bags to make it super easy for purchasing these ornaments as gifts. When I came up with the idea of … Continue reading HAND PAINTED GLASS ORNAMENTS ARE HERE!
Friday rolls around quickly and I have much to look forward to this day. The sunshine is calling my name and I will be visiting the lounge chair soon, the canvas on my easel is ready for round two (I will post pictures), and our open house/downtown Friday event at the studio is happening today.I … Continue reading
On this rainy Monday morning I will be heading downtown to open the studio from 10-3 pm, if you are in my area come by and see me! If we were to make comparisons in creativity exercises for the weekend, I am not sure exactly where I would land. But, my time spent with most of … Continue reading
Greetings and Salutations,Open House went great, and we all sold a few things. (even better news) Everyone seemed to be pleased and excited about what we are doing, and the musicians were a big hit as they set up on the street in front of our store and performed. In fact, they trumped us in … Continue reading
Good Sunday afternoon to you,Happy Easter to those who celebrate the holiday. I will post a short entry to let you know that the first Open House for Artisans of the Gap was a rousing success. We had a lovely turn out with lots of excitement for our event. A live performance by Rich and … Continue reading
Good Monday evening to you,I opened up our shop today in what began as a rainy Monday but thankfully improved into a sunny afternoon. I had a several visitors today, a couple that live in New York were passing through and stopped to visit us. The wife had a very heavy accent and when I … Continue reading Catch up time….