Jay’s “Bend in the River” square platter won First Place in glass at the Pocono Mountain Arts Council member show. He designed the platter last summer after poring over maps of the Lackawanna River which runs through the nearby Midvalley suburbs and Scranton until it joins the more famous Susquehanna River. To create the image
Most of our glass is packed for the Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show. Here’s a sneak preview of a few things you can see in booth #212: a stunning 10″ bowl slumped using the “drop-out” technique; a smaller cone-shape bowl (wouldn’t it be a perfect ice cream dish?); an intriguing 12″ x 17″ platter that you
Several hard frosts have put an end to almost all our garden produce. The other evening I sauteed the last fennel and cooked one more rutabaga. Today we made parsley pesto and might get more before it succumbs. Super storm Sandy didn’t do any damage to our property but knocked out the power for five
The last pieces out of the kiln before June family visiting included an “interesting” drop-out ring bowl. Notice how the rim turns up in places. Not everything comes out of the kiln the way we expect. In this case the base glass I started with was probably a little too small to work well with
The Philadelphia Invitational Furniture (and Furnishings) Show was a great start to spring. Among the many one-of-a-kind pieces that sold were “White Gold” pasta bowl “Mohayut” classic bowl “Winter Roses” candle bridge Jay’s “Rainbow Trout” 11″ square plate Embers” oval dish and my “Nebula” 12″x17″ platter. In early May we installed a window at Grace
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