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Creating Action – Part Three

  Today we’re picking back up with the Creating Action series. For the last week, I’ve been blogging through my experience with Tara Gentile‚Äôs 8-part course, Creating Action. If you missed some or all of the earlier posts, catch up … Continue reading

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Torchworked Glass Take Two

  Folks, let me tell ya – torchworking glass is intense. It’s like slamming 10 espresso shots. It’s like jumping out of an airplane. It’s like rafting over a waterfall. Actually, it’s like slamming 10 espresso shots immediately before jumping … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Do Dumb Things

  I was all set to start a new adventure today! A good friend of mine taught me the basics of torchworked glass a few weeks ago, and I’ve been dying to dive in ever since. I ordered an assortment … Continue reading

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Creating Action – Part One

  A few days ago, I mentioned that I had signed up for Tara Gentile‘s Creating Action course, as part of my ongoing effort to get myself and my business wrestled into some sort of manageable order. It’s a 3 … Continue reading

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Assorted Minor Bits of News

  I’ve not posted much recently, largely because I’ve been working like a madwoman trying to prep for the holiday season, besides experimenting with firing schedules for bronze clay and trying to plan a few classes and an open house. … Continue reading

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