"Jelly Bowl" Inspired by a trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
It's the time of year for Thanksgiving. And I sure am thankful. I give thanks to the health, the support, the love, and the encouragement of my friends and family. I celebrate you.
This year, I present my Eleventh Annual Ornament, "The Light." (see picture below) I was inspired by a trip to the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse in Bristol, Maine. First, I tried a painting of the Light, and then it came to me to try it in glass. This is the first time I've done a structure in glass, and the 11th time that what I thought the ornament was going to be, and what it ended up being were totally different!
I've got three great shows for the 2016 holiday season. Find detailed show info on the events page (check links for discount coupons, directions, all the scoop).
Crafts at the Capitol is up first. This is the show I organize each year, and I like to think of it as beautiful gathering of artist friends. There is something here for everyone on your list. This year, downtown renovations are complete, and you can be one of the first to stroll Concord's new Main street. (pssst free admission!)
Then, I'm traveling to Bean Town to be a part of Craft Boston Holiday. This is my first time exhibiting at this show. It's exciting. The work on exhibit here will be outstanding. I'll be with friends from all over, especially some of my favorites from Maine and New Hampshire. Please come cheer us on!
And for my final show of the year, I head to Morristown, New Jersey for the Artrider holiday show. This was fun show to be at last year, a visit with friends, a lovely town, a beautiful show. Come on over!
And that's a wrap. What a wonderful year.
Join in me giving thanks. please enjoy the season, and we sure hope to see you soon!