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2016.04.26: harbor

at journey’s end

our vessels arrive safely

but not unchanged

Haiku

a right pair

Learning basketry is not always an upwards trajectory, or a smooth and predictable continuum, but rather a zig zagging, to-ing and fro-ing, an endless set of puzzles. 18 more words

New Work, "Spring Bloom"

This small one-of-a-kind-vessel is created from reclaimed glass, pink and blue pigments and silver-toned foil.  Measurements: 6.5″ diameter x 1.5.

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Reclaimed Glass Art

Our King!

Praises to our King, we lift up Your name with a hymn. Glory to the You who sits on high, through You we are satisfied.
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Alive In Christ

He loved us at our darkest

Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of people talking about the “Dark world” we live in. I’ve given this phrase much thought. What makes today’s world darker than times before? 1,071 more words

Writing

New Work - "Sedona Sunset"

“Sedona Sunset,” is a sculptural glass bowl created from reclaimed plate glass, berry and purple pigments and blacked variegated foil.  The edges are rolled, creating an interesting, undulating wave texture. 31 more words

Reclaimed Glass Art

New Work - Tuolumne Bowl

This new Production Piece, “Tuolumne Bowl,” is named for the one of the ancient rivers that deposited vast amounts of gold in the California foothills.  It is created with reclaimed glass, deep teal and metallic purple pigments and finished in a blacked variegated copper foil. 31 more words

Reclaimed Glass Art