The Oak tree out the front! Not long till it bursts into Spring Greenery.
This wild colour is named “purple sable” #glass (at Commonfolk Coffee)
COLOURS! Here, have some. The top photo was the sky this evening, and the bottom is a rock pool at Cape Schanck. Ain’t it wild?
Topsy-turvy times with this pendant. I really should wear it more places to see what they look like upside-down. (More photos soon!)
The window that needs help staying open. ♥
The Plants! I love these little ones. I bought them a while ago and really need to pot them soon. I could look at them all day. So many inspiring patterns and textures, my plan is to make work about them.
Little houses holding finds from beautiful Somers beach.
Finally here are some shots of my new Studio at Commonfolk. I’ll upload some of the building progress shots soon - as well as a little more about my clever and kind studio mates Alice and Caroline.
This week we celebrated 6 months of creativity, hard work and coffee. We’re having a blast! + + +
New cluster of lollipop rings. ▲ ▲ ▲
On a drive the other week.
These shots were taken by photographer Andrew Barcham - he came by the Studio this week to document some of my glass work.
Top: Quiet Conversations, 2009. (Grad show work)Bottom: Change, 2013. (Engraving short course piece)
The backyard - so much to see! Especially with a nice macro lens. Who knew that some clovers were dappled with dark purple, and some with silver? Pretty little things.
This is a wonderful new dichroic colour I’m using. It’s probably the most subtle shiny thing I’ve come across! Mmm it gleams.
Wednesday’s seabed rings.
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