What a wonderful time! Just returned from teaching at the Arroyo Road Bead Collective in Forest Knolls, California. We stood on the stood on the Bay Bridge and watched whales spout, we ate fantastic food, we shared our stories and our artwork. What a blessing this trip was.
Tortoises may have a grumpy crusty demeanor – but lets face it, they’re cute! I’ve read posts on CuteOverload.com about the adorableness of tortoises crusty butts (seriously). However depicting crusty butts and indeed crusty arms, legs, shells, serrated beaks, these all leave something to be desired. As an artist, I feed […]
Just returning from Glass Craft Expo, in Las Vegas Nevada. I have to say a big thanks to my sister and brother in law for attending the show with me, helping me every day, cooking for me in their hotel suite, and supporting me. After the show, we had a […]
Cleo works in her glass studio in Ijamsville, Maryland. She has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from American University. She offers classes, travels for glass shows, and also wholesales to galleries and gift shops.
This image shows so clearly the slow emergence of a face in a cabochon piece. I love how the character emerges. Its important to remember that glass work, especially lamp work, involves sculpture that is forever moving. The artist has about three seconds to check and see – “yes, […]