I will be sharing my handmade decorative pottery and jewelry:
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October Art Shows
My handmade decorative terracotta pottery and unique re-purposed sterling silver spoon jewelry are among the items I will be sharing at Sweet Home Dollars for Scholars, Sweet Home HS, Amherst, NY on Saturday, October 13, from 9-3.
First Show of the Season!
You’ve Gotta Have Art Festival
Clarence Presbyterian Church
March 3 and 4
Just finished two raku fired pieces for the show…meet matte & crackle!
Recent Work and Show Schedule
Saturday, April 1, Sweet Home High School Dollars for Scholars Spring Craft Show
Sunday, April 2, St. Andrew’s Craft & Gift show
Tuesday, April 11, United Way Community Baby Shower event Artisan Show @ Reflections Hair design of WNY Inc.
Thursday, April 27, Private Party
Saturday, May 6, MOMSgiving @Schofield Care
Wednesday, May 17, Clarence Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Conference
Friday, May 26, Buffalove @ the Buffalo Zoo
Friday, June 2, Star Point CSD 4th Annual Art, Music, and Food Truck Festival (details soon)
Saturday & Sunday, June 24 & 25 Buffalo-style Garden Art Sale @ The Botanical Gardens
Saturday & Sunday, July 8 & 9 Hamburg Garden Walk Garden Fair
Saturday & Sunday, July 29 & 30 Glen Park Art Festival
MORE TO COME…
My upcoming holiday shows around Buffalo NY:
Sunday, November 13 St. Andrew’s Country Day School Craft and Gift Show
Friday, November 18 Private Party
Tuesday, November 22 Friendsgiving at Schofield Care
And more in the works!
Sneak peek at some of my new glass
My next two shows:
Sweet Home Dollars for Scholars Fundraiser
Saturday, October 15 at Sweet Home High School in Amherst, NY 9-3
Thursday, October 20 at The Foundry in Buffalo, NY 5:30-8:30
Busy getting ready for these two fundraisers designing and fusing glass for jewelry and my stainless steel bottle stoppers.
I begin by cutting and adding layers of fusable glass, heating them in my kiln to 1500 degrees. Once the glass has cooled, I grind it to shape and return it to the kiln to fire polish the rough edges. Then the fun begins as I attach the new glass to their settings (this is where I find out how accurate I have ground the glass!)