Christmas morning for as long as I can remember has been a brunch of family favorites – most notably – Pecan Coffee Cake. The original recipe came from my mom’s cousin, Pat Noland, many, many years ago. Pat – if we never properly thanked you, plea… Continue reading Coffee Cake and other post-Christmas musings
So I can’t get into the new studio/workshop space yet, it’s all full of boxes and tables and assorted other things that need to be put away in an organized manner – instead of how the movers just loaded them into the shed. But I see real progress … Continue reading Forward progress
And there are still boxes everywhere. Guess that is to be expected. I had no idea how difficult it was going to be to downsize – from a three bedroom, two story house with a two car garage to a small 2 bedroom cottage with no garage (but a 10×10 w… Continue reading So it’s been a week…..
Sounds a bit musical, doesn’t it? The movers come on Monday. There is a plan. The only question is our execution of it. Everyone is relieved that we have found a house to rent. It’s a cute little – emphasis on the word little – house in rural east… Continue reading Packing up is the hardest thing to do…..
I have not been as good as I should about sharing here on the blog. Summer was full of ups and downs – the ups including having an article published in The Polymer Arts and taking a spectacular class with Tanya Roy Veit (AAE GLASS) at Bella Glass … Continue reading Whirlwinds swirling through life
It’s a new opportunity in both an old and new arena for me. In addition to my explorations in glass, I am really excited about this great new project assisting the very talented Sage Bray, Editor and Publisher of The Polymer Arts magazine. Sage wa… Continue reading New adventures
Well, I guessed right. It isn’t as easy as it should be. I had forgotten how detailed you have to be when doing catalog photographs. After shooting the first group of images, I realized (or more accurately, my consultant pointed out) that the ligh… Continue reading First attempts at photos
Photography is something I have done since high school. I love shooting pictures – especially sports and action. One of my first “professional” jobs was as a sports reporter/photographer for a local weekly newspaper. And my spouse is a professiona… Continue reading Learning to get the pictures right – 5/15/2012
Perhaps others have better ways to do it but I never can remember how the programs on my kiln are set.For now I have solved the issue with some post it note file tabs and a sharpie marker (perhaps the most versatile tool you can have)The post it n… Continue reading Quick tip of the day
Saturday and Sunday, December 10th and 11th, 10 AM to 5 PM Come see River Girl Designs at the Greenway Park Holiday Fine Art and Gift Sale, at The Clubhouse at 110 Greenway Park Drive, Broomfield, CO. View Larger Map From their website: The Holida… Continue reading Greenway Park Holiday Fine Art and Gift Sale this Weekend!