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Adventures At the Florida Renaissance Festival 2015 Part I

This past four-day weekend, I took a voyage to the Florida Renaissance Festival with my Aunt Maria and cousin Orin. It was definitely an experience for me as I’ve never been to the festival before. 78 more words


For A Snowy Day

For the last month I have been busily making ornaments (done!) and small Gaia lamps (done!), and am now doing the grinding and drilling of the vases to light them.  301 more words


Glassblower teaches craft to kids in Liberty City

By Matias J. Ocner

Read in Miami Herald

An orange-blue flame shimmers in the dark as students start to fill a small room at the NFL Youth Education Town in Liberty City. 458 more words


Fire and Ice in the Knicker Factory

Our story of searching for suitable places to open a glassblowing studio (with no money) just kept getting weirder and weirder.

Just to recap, for those of you that can’t be bothered to read past posts, we had the first studio in the centre of town…. 2,346 more words

Laurenzo Glass

Lauren Etlin, Laurenzo Glass, is a Romanian born glass artist who spits her time between Toronto & Palm Beach.

“The glass blowing scene in Toronto is UNREAL.” She explains “I am lucky to be friends with someone who within the past year opened up a shop where you can take lessons and rent torch time, Toronto Flameworking Technologies.” 78 more words


Today no fancy dancin'

We lost one of our fathers to Alzheimer’s last year

We lost our Aunt Ami last week to Alzheimer’s disease
I lost the woman who introduced me to newspapers and journalism today… 27 more words

Artist Watercolor

Review: Teardrop Lane by Emily March

Rose is a small-town physician who always keeps her cool. Unless she’s alone – and then she grieves her demons. Cicero is a brooding, passionate glass-blower whose temperament can be as hot as the furnace. 138 more words