Hello again to all we met at the Philadelphia Furniture and Furnishings Show the middle weekend of April. Wasn’t that a terrific collection of artisan-made furnishings under one roof?! Two friends who had never before been to that kind of exhibit are still talking about it to family and friends.
One of our favorite aspects of the show is enjoying conversations with booth visitors about your hoped-for projects and what you see in the glass we display. Hearing about the environment where you want glass and discussing installation challenges is always stimulating. We get new ideas and can hardly wait to get home and try them out. If you left your name and address, or phone number, we promise to get in touch soon.
For the fourth year in a row, we are among 250 national artisans selected by jury to exhibit at the annual Philadelphia Furniture and Furnishings Show, April 16 – 18, 2004. The exhibit, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, features handcrafted objects for home and office. (At the show’s website, you can find show info, view the Exhibitor Gallery, and see past years’ listings.)
Summer Trees, Days Gone By displayed at the PFFS.
In for the Swim was exhibited in 2002, and in 2003 we showed Tropical Heat Wave.
nagging encouragement, Mary Ann has been experimenting with coloring and design on the computer. While it’s still not the same as her trusty Dr. Martin’s transparent inks, our new triptych saw several rapid color permutations this way:
Jay and Mary Ann recently spoke about their experiences with the University of Scranton’s Small Business Center. Here are a couple of photos!