Snow has settled in on us, and cold. The winter world’s only colors here in the north are evergreen and red berries. When I walk roads near our house or drive through the countryside, hemlocks, spruce, and pines are the only greens, contrasting with gray and black deciduous trunks and browned leaves that cling to
Now that National Poetry Month is almost over, it is time I share a couple of my favorite poets and glass works their writing has inspired. For a 2004 exhibit of our stained glass art at the Afa Gallery in Scranton, Pennsylvania, I created a number of tree designs. At the time I was experimenting
June 24 (10-4) & 25 (10-3) Friends of the Clymer Library Show at Tobyhanna Elementary Center, 398 Old Route 940, Pocono Pines, PA 18350. * Ongoing: “Nesting Instinct” at B’s Floral Design, 131 Penn Ave, Scranton PA 18503. Past Nov 26 (10-5) & Nov 27 (10-3) Holiday Arts Festival at Skytop Lodge, Skytop PA Dec
Sometimes a customer asks how we feel about parting with one of our pieces. Birdseye view of our glass While all of our creations are our “babies,” we’re also happy to see each one go to a good home. Jay or I are birth parents who are pleased that someone has adopted our beauties. Within
Amber Swirl wavy bowl Our next exhibit will be with the Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show on the first weekend of April (April 4-6) at the 23rd Street Armory. PIFS is the longest running national craft show featuring furniture and furnishings. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the PIF show (originally named the Philadelphia Furniture
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