The second sculpture in the You’re Killing Me Conservation Education Sea Turtle Sculptures has been in a holding pattern for a long time. She is started now with a working title – Marine Debris. This sculpture will be worked on in my after regular studio hours – so we will see how long I can […]
OPEN HOUSE VIEWING OF “Lexa Eve – A Moment in Time “ Pre Moving SALE of Artist Studies and Glass pieces from 20 years of things in storage. (includes turtle artwork) Dragonfly Glass, Heather Carter, Christmas Ornament Sale Friday, December 14, 2018 6 to 9 PM Saturday, December 15, 2019 11AM to 3PM Sunday, December […]
So I pre saw and grind and saw and grind some more, more, more – and then there comes the day – TODAY!!! ….that I start putting the pieces together of this vitreous puzzle. Hallelujah!!!
TODAY….AT 12:30PM MONTANA TIME….my statement paragraphs about my involvement with sea turtle conservation and my sea turtle artwork went public on the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WOMEN OF IMPACT Facebook site. This is a closed group of 45,000 plus, so I cannot send all of you to see it there….BUT OH WHAT A FEELING!!!! It is my […]
Set up a small display of my artwork, at the Missoula International Airport today, in the Delta Departure gate area. Thanks to Laurie McKay for the introduction!
Barbara Liss, a sculptor, and owner of Montana Bliss Artworks, in Hamilton, Montana, has donated “Turtle Lady” to help finish funding my Cycle of Life sculpture. Barbara used a photo of me to create the work and incorporated one of my cast glass hatchlings into her concrete friend sculpture. 100% of this sale will be […]
A week laid out in the studio….it will take longer then this week….but one can only do pom pom crab legs for so long and then one has to switch to another project! And speaking of complex – Mr. Octopus is now drawn out on glass to begin. Then Miss Pom Pom to be followed […]
Charleen did a clay model of a horse head last August when she was here for a workshop. When she was in studio last month, we cast a wax from a silicon mold pulled from the clay and then made the plaster mold. I assembled the glass colors she chose in glass billet and fired […]
The workshop is this coming weekend. A couple spaces are available and this is possibly the last opportunity to take this workshop in Montana. The sea turtles are calling my name so it is looking like I will be moving to Florida. Come join us and learn how to make detailed vitreous frit paintings – […]
The studio was invaded by horse art work this last week. Charleen Romine, from Georgia, who has taken eight or so workshops from me over the years – in Georgia and here in Montana – was in the studio to complete three multiple layer, multiple fired panels. First group of photos is “Shine”. Second group […]