Posts in the Category: Art & design

Roasted vegetables in red bowl They used to say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. However it was Jay who cooked most of our eve-of-Valentine’s Day dinner yesterday. I made dessert and set the table. One of Jay’s specialties is pork loin roast. First he cuts vegetables into chunks to fill   

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Like all years 2015 yielded some work we loved creating, some disappointments, and some surprises. Squared Pair bowls Although we are already two months into 2016 and are creating new designs, it is fun (and occasionally instructive) to look back on the past year’s creativity. Jay got very square. In early spring he designed a   

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Living with stained glass in our windows gives us an ever-changing view. As the angle of the sun changes with the hours of the day and with the seasons, the windows change, too. Colors are stronger at some times, softer at other times. A setting sun might highlight some properties within the glass and give   

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Since ancient times the butterfly has been a symbol of new life, resurrection, and immortality. I’ve heard that early Egyptians saw a similarity between the butterfly’s cocoon and burial wrappings for mummies and that ancient Greeks put butterflies in tombs. Christians adopted the butterfly as a symbol of Christ’s resurrection. A caterpillar disappears into its   

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The first post about our adventures in Malaysia ended while Jay and I were in George Town. On the morning of our sixth day in the country, a ferry carried us from Pualau Penang (Penang Island), across the Strait of Malacca, back to the mainland to begin the longest drive of our seven-day Peninsular Malaysia   

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