Red letter day here at the workshop; George and Ian were back to finish off the lighting – kiln bay, coldshop and last-but-so-far-from-least…drumroll, maestro…Netster’s blown glass Paper Lanterns! Omigod, we are in dead set seventh heaven…
Beyond fabulous/perfect way to top off the studio fit out. And then, as if that wasn’t enough, the arvo lights are back…
It’s just the beginning.
And contentment settles lightly as a sigh.
[Loving those lanterns Netty, thanks big time, you ROCK. For those who don’t know the Netster (hard to imagine!), you can acquaint yourself with annette blair: glass here. n(Ed)]
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Expecting really great things now. I still love those arvo lights, and tried hard to find a place for some at my place. Also looking for excuses to spend 3 grand on wiring the kiln and p points. Sick of making stuff that stays at home in boxes.
Are you going to Ausgas conf. WillhelmVernim is going. Great graal artist, engraver, teacher, and regular nice guy.
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Yeah Pete, no excuses – have plenty of light at all points now. And Bernz has just given me a gorgeous Blue Ray vintage torch, so (provided it works) all my druthers are covered. Just have to set up the gallery space in the Courtroom and we’re a fully functioning unit.
Haven’t actually even thought about the Ausglass conference, just had too much going on here so it’s not been on the radar. Must check out the line-up. Probably will go, cos it is close enough. It’s kind of a yeah-but-no-but scenario. It’s always a great opportunity to catch up with peeps but, you know, there’s that flip side…