On Feb. 3, 2018 I received a letter from the Southern Highland Craft Guild. When I opened it up on my walk back up the mountain from the mail boxes….my heart skipped a beat (actually several beats) and also jumped … Continue reading
I walk by these drawings of mine several times every day and I think to myself each time that I need to pick up where I left off. These were created as class projects in a drawing class that I … Continue reading
The biting frost has come Light fluffy snowflakes fall from the gray sky What was once a light snow covered ground Has become mounds of snow I pick up my shovel and as I clear a path The dogs romp … Continue reading
The rain begins to fall in the darkness of early morn Energy released from the clouds above The wind rises and falls changing the intensity of the falling rain Rain always brings a sense of sadness for me But also … Continue reading
Even though I wasn’t taking any workshops at Pilchuck Glass School…I was just a driver picking up some friends….I thought I would share my experience the first time I drove up to Pilchuck in the form of a little something … Continue reading
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Since I had some down time here in Seattle due to a cancelled course, I decided to got up to Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA and visit with Anna Boothe who is teaching up there for 3 weeks. Amazing, … Continue reading
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I did leave on May 25 heading to the annual GAS conference that is going on in Seattle next week. BUT I have only made it to Newark, NJ so far. Overbooked flights and offerings of some nice flight voucher … Continue reading
Well this is the first day of my life being Amanda Taylor’s personal website. I am hoping that she updates me often and uses the blogging feature to actually keep all of her glass friends up to date with what … Continue reading