While at the Liberty Craft Show, some of my favorite fused glass pieces found good home. First was my fused glass candle mantle sconce. It’s beautiful and it was the first one I’ve ever made. I really liked it because I used irradiated on the back so it was really something special. Luckily one of my fabulous customers recognized it’s beauty as well.
Here is the fused glass candle sconce with it’s new owner. She was also nice enough to send me a picture of it all lit up. It looks even pretty than I even imagined.
Her friend bought my brand new fused glass tree of life. I have to tell you I’ve made several trees of lift but this was the one I hated selling. I’m not sure if you can tell but it has so much purple, in fact I had decided after my 3 shows this year if it didn’t sell I was going to keep it. I just love it.
Another one of my favorite pieces went to another customer for her sister. It’s my first and only red poppy. I loved this little bowl and I’m so glad it went to a good home.
In this day and age of people just wanting to buy mass produced products, it’s wonderful that there are still people that recognize real artwork. Thank you to all my customers that recognize that my fused glass is real art, it means more than you will ever know.
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Keeping my Kiln warm,