Very happy!

I was selected as a finalist last week for the Rotorua Museum Art Awards.  Although this was not my first time exhibiting - it was the first time I have been in a curated exhibition - so I was so stoked to be one of the finalists!  Thanks Rotorua Museum Art Awards!...
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Kilnformed Glass Vessels

November 4, 2018

Glass Blog from the Studio Dog

September 3, 2018

"Oh you are a glass blower?"

Well its been quite a while since i wrote my fur-blog hasn't it?  This month has been crazy - Mrs has been giving lots of flameworking lessons, and planning for the summer months and making new works for New Zealand Sculpture on Shore!Speaking of making - did you k...
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New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass

Hi all.  Did you know that New Zealand has a society of Artists in Glass?  It's called NZSAG for short.  Mrs joined it 9 years ago when she first started in the industry and she found it fantastic for getting information on glass classes, workshops, supplies a...
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It's cold!

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New powder works

June 25, 2018
Mrs has been making some really nice pieces this week - using alot of Bullseye powders and stringers.   This is what they look like before they have been fired in the kiln - pretty cool huh!  If you want to see more you may have to go over to Mrs' Facebark pag...
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Best day ever at the studio today - I raced around the back as soon as we got here and discovered - a bone!   Silly wild cats - they thought i was sniffing after them - but bones smell better than wild cat fur any day!    As I was eating it, I wonder...
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Square Glass Beads

Mrs hosted a group from Chamber of Commerce the other week - instead of making glass beads on a gas torch,  they came to trial making glass beads in the kiln for a project that Mrs has been chewing over in her head.   Here's a pic of some of the beads that the...
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Rain! Rain! Rain!

OMG!  I can not believe how much it has rained.   Mrs took me down to the studio every day in the weekend just to make sure the studio hadn't flooded again.   I didn't really think it would because we needed those five factors for a flood to occur ag...
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