Posts in the Category: Reflections

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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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   

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A week and a half ago Jay and I returned from travels in Malaysia. We sought an adventure to celebrate our upcoming 45th wedding anniversary plus inspiration for glass work, and we got both. Jalan Alor night market On February 26 we arrived in Kuala Lumpur and were welcomed to the lovely Anguun Boutique Hotel   

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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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Top and middle Cattleya windows Last month I wrote about a window commission from thirty years ago. It has remained a favorite project because it turned out to be a design break-through for me. The Cattleya and Yellow Lady-slipper windows are the first examples of what later came to be my signature style in glass   

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