Firming up another exciting local venue showcasing my fused glass jewelry designs!
Stay tuned for more info! (Regina is now on Facebook!)
Special thanks to all who visited and supported me this past Monday at the Taste of Clarence/Cruise Night sponsored by the Clarence Chamber of Commerce.
PS: I was able to capture a few more vintage dragonflies…
Come join me and many local artists as you sample a TASTE of CLARENCE…
TASTE OF CLARENCE & CRUISE NIGHT
Monday . August 3 . 2015 3-9 pm
Brennan’s Bowery Bar & Restaurant / Carmine’s Italiano Restaurant / Clarence Center Coffee Company & Cafe / Cozy Cafe Catering / Dash’s Market / Eddie Ryan’s Irish Pub / Genevieve’s Cheesecakes & Bake Shop / Gertie’s Restaurant / Gianni Mazia’s On Main / Kabab & Curry / McDuffie’s Bakery & Cafe / Mooney’s Sport Bar & Grill / Orazio’s Restaurant / Outback Kettle Korn / Paula’s Donuts / Protocol Restaurant / Quaker Steak & Lube / Sweet Melody’s / Tavern at Windsor Park / The Cornerstone Bar & Grill.
- “Terry Buchwald”, Elvis Tribute Artist
- Whirlin’ Disc Sound
- The Cradle, “Soul-Music” Band
Hope to see you there!
A sincere thank you to all who visited me and the many artists over the weekend at Glen Park Art Festival in Williamsville!
Thanks also to the village organizers and the many dedicated volunteers who helped make this a very memorable event!
More on Glen Park: https://www.facebook.com/GlenParkArtsFestival
Buffalovefest at the Buffalo Zoo was a rousing success! Thanks to all who came out in support!
A private backyard jewelry party was held on June 24– thanks to Carol for hosting a beautiful evening gathering!
Sunday, June 28, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Delaware Park Lodge
Walk through some of North Buffalo’s most beautiful gardens, then come enjoy garden-inspired art! Come see my fused glass jewelry and some raku fired pottery leaves!
84 Parkside Avenue, Buffalo, NY
Rain or shine (Hope to see you there!)
PS: Looks like rain- don’t forget your umbrella!!!
The tiny window has opened for collecting pussy willow branches! Spent a refreshing day cleaning my perennial gardens and raking the leftover leaves out from under their numerous hiding places. The yard is still a bit soft from our generous Buffalo snow, thankfully melted.
The mud under my feet reminded me how behind I am on throwing pottery. I have lots of new ideas for the bags of raku clay in my basement- just need to set aside time to create!
Sometimes wish I could clone myself (then I remember my identical twin sister and I are natural clones!) Still not enough hours in the day to play in the mud!
It started reasonably enough with a small manual kiln I found on eBay for a few hundred bucks. I thought it would be nice to have a low maintenance kiln to test low fire glazes and bisque fire raku clay in my sun porch studio. Then I noticed the Ohio-born Vulcan could fuse glass as well. Hmmm, never tried that! Off to YouTube for a few quick lessons!
My little kiln is a trooper and a work horse! I alternate loads between pottery and glass, with an occasional recycled metal thrown in the mix. Every load yields a new lesson…
Born in Buffalo, NY (Living and playing in the Buffalo/Niagara area)
BS Art, Class of 2005; MS ELC, Class of 2009 Daemen College, Amherst, NY
It’s still a bit frigid here in Western New York- at least the sun is out- perfect excuse to get creative in my sun porch studio! Stop back soon for a peek at some of my new fused glass jewelry and raku fired pottery.