I’ve been creating the Lazy Susan as an off shoot of the Mountain Living series for a while. They can be challenging to do, but we think they are worth it.
A new addition to my Mountain Living series – the Mountain Living Mirror! It is like the clock, but with a mirror inserted as the accent feature. We hope you like it!
I grew up on a ranch outside of Basalt, Co in the 60s and 70s long before Aspen or Glenwood were any big deal.
The ranch that I grew up on is at 6800 ft. But the land around the ranch is at 8200 ft. and that is where the most beautiful Aspen groves are.
I’m teaching myself how to paint with the help from YouTube (best invention ever).
I’m not sure it’s really painting yet, maybe just moving paints around a canvas. Ha!
I grew up in the mountains in Basalt, Colorado. I love making these clocks because I think they are a fun representation of Mountain Living. The mountains, snow covered cabins, Aspen and Pine trees and wildlife. The clocks are 24” or 18” round and are colorful and a bit whimsical. (Click on article to see BIGGER video)
They are also fun to make because of all the different applications. I outline all the images with a burning tool. These clocks are stained and painted and burned. I love the different textures and colors.
Special orders welcome, takes 4 to 6 weeks.
Some friends asked me if I could make Menorahs for them. I've found that they are interesting to make and can just use my imagination and own color themes. Traditional Menorahs are blues and silver or clear which are beautiful, but I can also make them more colorful...
For little girls or little boys. We think they are sooooo, cute. I love love love making these! Enjoy! (Click on article to see BIGGER video)
The River Collection is caught up in wave glass, reflecting the liquidity of currents flowing in nature.
There are no rules to being Bold in personalities or glass colors. Are you Bold?
With 6 Grand Kids so far, it has been great fun to paint for them.
My husband started calling me Brindle Bird years ago. Cannot remember why. My Granddaughters all call me Nanny Bird. So that is where these came from. Fun transparent birds that hang in a window.
Kokopelli is a fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player, who has been venerated by some Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. Like most fertility deities, Kokopelli presides over both childbirth and agriculture. He is also a...
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Christmas is always coming - except for Christmas Day!