I have received an invitation to teach at The Smithsonian this Winter 2020. I am not able to share the details right now. However, I am thrilled to have been invited and I am so looking forward to sharing more information with you soon.
I am excited to present a new Advanced Glass Art Jewelry Workshop on Curious Mondo. The workshop is filmed live on August 26, 27 and 28th.
The link for registration is below.
About the course Advanced Art Glass Jewelry
This workshop is packed full of tips and tricks that I use in my own studio. We will touch on the basics and will quickly turn into part sheet recipes including layering dichroic. From there we will talk about cutting on a tile saw, beveling the edges of your adornments. I will be sharing the tools I love and use daily. We will discuss how to package your creations, photographing jewelry, and displaying your work. The bonus project we will be making lentil beads with a center hole they look like lamped worked beads but they are kiln-formed glass beads. Of course, with the purchase of the workshop, I will be including a syllabus with the step by step instructions, part sheet recipes, where to get supplies, and firing schedules.
*This live and free course is available for free only during the live broadcast, and it does not include bonus materials such as supplies list, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classes, etc.
These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.
::NEW:: These lovelies are simply elegant Tubular glass rods approximately are 1.5" long and .25". You have a choice of a matte thirsty look or super shiny glass treatments. They remind me of a modern day magical wand.
I will be adding new colors in the next few weeks. Please check back to see if your favorite color is represented.
I am please to announced that I have been invited to create a wall mounted glass scuplture for the new Salt Lake City Airport in the Delta Sky Lounge. I am thrilled to be able to contribute with many other artists. More information to follow.
These are the best serendipitous parts to life.
Here is the story.
I just reconnected with a longtime friend from over 20 years ago. She and I have always had amazing brainstorming conversations. She reached out to me to come pick up a glass crate that my glass shipments come in.
I asked what she was going to use it for?
She said that she has been working with “youth in foster care age out of the system, get a job and get their first apartment - they usually have close to nothing to furnish it with - I felt like that would be so hard to work and come home to an empty home and feel like you were succeeding. They have no family to help them. I am lucky enough to get to furnish their apartment. So - I refurbish furniture etc for their apartments. I will probably use the boards off the crate for a table top or something.”
This is close to my heart I did not have much when I made it out of high school and also helped pay for my Mom’s mortgage payment while in high school.
I would like to assist Jan by giving my passion of art back to the community. As well my belief that art is for everyone.
How I would like to accomplish this is to get funding for frames for my art. I have many works that did not make the cut, still beautiful and need a home. Once framed these pieces can add to welcoming home these young persons who greatly need it.
Until I am able to get a grant to fund this project, donations are also welcome. You will receive 5% off of my shop when you donate.
We have our first small GOAL! Still many to go.....
Art that is contemporary and illuminates design. A minimalist approach gives my work a contemporary feel and illuminates simple beauty.