November is a sure reminder that winter is on its way. They best part of November are warmer days, 50 and 60 degree days make me smile. The wild birds are at the feeders entertaining us. The squirrel is also at the feeder, annoying my dog Penny.
Though I missed my intended deadlines, I managed to make my final holiday delivery yesterday…..what a great feeling. I have a new place to sell my work. Its not a gallery, but a florist in Dunstable MA, Rose of Sharon. A lovely country florist, quit sweet.
I am also doing one last show for the season. I have been asked to participate with friends on December 7th at the Picker Building Holilday Market, in Nashua NH. The Picker Building is where I once taught pottery classes at the Out on a Limb Pottery and made numerous friends in the building. I am greatful to be included in this event filled with incredibly talented artists.
Happy New Year! Great ideas are brewing in my studio. I thought it would be
fun to look back at some of the events and creations of 2012 as we look forward
to a new year of great ideas and a lot of art in our lives.
The photo at
the top of this post is that of one of my Toad Houses that found its new home
in the garden of a friend of mine in Nashua NH..
I just love the spoon placed
nearby adding even more fun to the space.
Here is a photo of how my booth appeared at the Merrimack Valley Artisans show in October. It is the first time I offered the new Wall Pieces for sale. I enjoyed the process of pressing flowers and creating tiles.
Gallery hours are Monday – Friday,
Saturday 10- 4:00p, during exhibits only.
The Gallery is
loated at 49 South Main St., Suite 100
This is a beautiful lamp that was created by Peter Bloch and myself. We displayed it at an exhibit called
Living With Crafts. It is the first time I have collaborated with another
artist. I hope it wont be the last. Peter is a wood turner who creates
stunning lamp shades as well as other pieces.
These wonderful Garden Totems were displayed in the sculpture garden at the
League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Fair, at Mt. Sunapee this past August.
found a new home in Maryland
I certainly am looking forward to a creative 2013, and I wish the same for you.