In the past few months I’ve noticed that I use Facebook as a way to compare my life to those of my Facebook friends. And while I love the life I’ve created, watching other peoples’ lives fly by in my … Continue reading →
This blog has been quiet lately. All my free time has been focused on sifting through the stuff that has appeared on my plate. Not all of it has been particularly easy. A lot of it has been downright hard–at … Continue reading →
Here’s a better picture of Mr. Knob. Watch for a Mrs. Knob next week!
The last time I posted, the commissioned gazing ball I was working on looked something like an oversized orange brain. Here’s a quick reminder, in case you’ve forgotten: Since my last post, I’ve nearly finished the ball–all that is left … Continue reading →
Last week I wrote that I was suffering from artist block. I am happy to report that I am starting to tinker with mirror and repurposed wine bottles. It’s a slow, gentle start. Nothing too bold or demanding. Sort of … Continue reading →
Last week I finished grouting “Tree” and had to do some shuffling to get her upright in my space so that I could get a picture of her. That took some doing–she’s BIG and HEAVY–but I finally have a picture … Continue reading →
This past week was a doozie. I got hit with food poisoning and that cramped my style a bit, but not before I got some serious grouting done! So this week’s update will show you all of my grouting efforts. … Continue reading →
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. I think I always say that–or at least I seem to be saying that a lot in the recent past. After spending all day long at a computer for my day job, … Continue reading →
Last year I made a gazing ball for my cousin, Britta, and her-then-fiance-now-husband, Will for their wedding gift. Fiddle Fern is so named because of the winding spiral pattern that the mirror makes with the green–it reminded me of my … Continue reading →
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Today I had the pleasure of working with 9 St. Paul Girl Scouts, 2 troupe leaders and one little brother on a mosaic party! Each participant worked on a picture frame that will be a Mother’s Day present for a … Continue reading →