Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Tuesday, 15 June 2010
So much has been happening since my return from France just over a week ago! ...and I still have so much to get through to get comfortably on top of things here. I have had a piece accepted into the Guild of Glass Engravers Exhibition , if you look at my April Blog, it is the new piece "E-Motion" a lovely crystal bowl by Cumbria Crystal which I have hand engraved and sandblasted on the inside and outside. There is an online catalogue and sale, see below for link. This exhibition will be well worth a visit in person though!
I also took delivery of 3 fantastic bespoke display cabinets for my showroom to replace some of the old cabinets I had, and I really mean "old"!! (Link to the supplier below )So yet another rung of that long long ladder climbed. Never give up on your dreams!
I completed my owl panel and this was collected yesterday, my client was very happy and it was sad to say "bi" even though I hadn't known Mr. Owl for very long. I really enjoyed creating him.
21st Century Engraved Glass
An exhibition by members of the Guild of Glass Engravers
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Cambridge CB2 1RB
15 June to 15 August 2010
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 to 17:00, Sunday 12:00 to 17:00
This exhibition features the very best of contemporary engraving and includes work by world renowned engravers.
It is so important that you are grateful for everything in your life. Many people focus on the one thing they want and then forget to be grateful for all the things they have. Without gratitude you cannot achieve anything through the law of attraction, because if you are not emanating gratitude from your being, then by default you are emanating ungratefulness. Be proactive and use the frequency of your being to receive what you want.Rhonda Byrne
Monday, 7 June 2010
Presently working on a large window panel with an owl on a branch who has been waiting for many weeks to emerge from the glass, loving it!!!
will catch up soon
Love the moment and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries Corita Kent