From the moment I opened the kiln, I was transported back to September of 1999, when I spent a day admiring the majestic wonders of Glacier Bay National Park. What struck me most was the water, ice floating above and beneath the surface, pockets of colors in deep shades of blues and greens, and the slow movement of the currents. Now I am not trying to tell you I made this piece to represent those images, rather that is what I saw based on my personal experiences. Although the piece remains the same, we may all see something different. No two people see an object quite the same way. I see Glacier Bay. What do you see?
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Monday, August 6, 2007
While in Washington, I also enjoyed the privileges of; sleeping, reading to my niece, walking the docks in Olympia, stopping briefly at the Mount St. Helens visitor center and driving over countless metal bridges.
One of the spots my neice and I stopped while enjoying our walk.
Sand Man is a wonderful 1910 vintage tugboat docked at Percival Landing in downtown Olymipa, Washington.
Sunday, August 5, 2007
A BIG thanks everyone who made Friday’s party a success. This includes Lori and Martin who opened their home; Casey and Marian for their hard work including broken glass detail; Julie, Eva, Chris and Christie for the good eats and everyone who came to enjoy the party. Thank you! Your support means a lot to me.