Under normal circumstances I would be preparing for The Buffalo-Style Garden Art Show held at the Buffalo & Erie county Botanical Gardens.
Here are a few items I created with them in mind…
Although this and many other wonderful summer shows are cancelled this year, I hope to be exhibiting my work later this year. In the meantime, be well and enjoy the summer!
My first art show of 2020 is almost here!
Saturday March 7 (10-4) & Sunday March 8 (12-4) Clarence Presbyterian Church, Clarence, NY
Having fun re-purposing, repairing & restoring vintage and antique Sterling!
October Show Schedule:
Bryant & Stratton College Wellness Fair *October 22 10-1 (more info to follow) Getzville Campus
I have been busy creating new raku fired leaves and new fused glass and broken china pendants for my August shows.
Saturday, August 10 (3-7 pm)
Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve Artisan Market
Sunday, August 11 and 25 (10-2)
Hotel Henry Summer Market
Sunday July 14 10-2
I will be exhibiting my handmade decorative raku & horse hair pottery along with my kiln-fired fused glass jewelry. I will also have a large selection of re-purposed Sterling silver jewelry!
My schedule to date for April & May:
Cleveland Hill Craft & Vendor Show Friday, April 5 6-9 pm 105 Mapleview, Cheektowaga 14225 (HS Cafeteria)
Sweet Home Dollars for Scholars Saturday, April 6 9-3 1901 Sweet Home Road, Amherst 14228 (I will be in the cafeteria)
Mother’s Day Pop-up Shop @ 3333 Elmwood Kenmore 14217 (Lobby) Schofield Care Friday, May 3 10-3
I will be a returning artist at St. Andrew’s Spring Craft & Vendor Show on Sunday 3/24 from 9-3. I have been working on a few new things including raku leaves and vintage sterling dragonfly wings…
I am very excited to be part of You’ve Gotta have Art on March 2 & 3…
My first scheduled show is in March so I am taking this time to design new jewelry and try out a few interesting techniques. Since I have been working with Sterling flatware in some of my designs, I have a bit of silver left over to play with.
I decided to try a version of reticulation, the process of creating a textured surface using a torch to bring the metals to a high temperature.
Here are some of my first attempts!
Stay tuned for my upcoming spring and early summer show schedule!
I will be sharing my handmade decorative pottery and jewelry:
Free admission and open to all!