What a busy month! I have been creating glass during the day and making/cross-checking lists in the evenings! I am having a lot of fun with my Heritage Series, although I now need to get back out to the estate and garage sales to find more interesting feature pieces for future creations. I added a number of new pieces to the windows at Galérie Old Chelsea on Friday and today I installed my summer series at il Primo Restaurant on Preston Street for the summer. Here is an open invitation for you to stop in to both locations and view my works. Let me know what you think!
May was a very busy month! I drove to New Brunswick to catch up with one friend, then crossed over to Prince Edward Island to catch up with another visiting from the UK. A bonus for all that driving was discovery of three interesting pieces of glass that will be fused and integrated into future projects, as well as two large glass chandelier pendants. I also received a gift of a box of sea glass which is already generating future projects in my mind. Between the travel and (paid) work assignments, I did manage to finish these two pieces. The first is another in my Heritage Series, called 'Cocktail Hour', and is reminiscent of the formality of pre-dinner drinks, complete with glass coasters. The second is called 'Peony in Bloom', a symbol of those early summer days we are presently enjoying. I already have a new Heritage Series piece on the table, using a flattened oval-shaped dish and two tones of turquoise-coloured clear glass.