The Guildford Gallery had their annual student show and I was asked to steward for a few afternoons a week. It’s really one of my favourite things to do because I meet other local artists and crafts people and we share notes and experiences.
Last week I met a stained glass artist who learned her craft because she was renovating an old house that needed a few stained glass windows. She also studied stone carving because her garden wall needed carved architectural pieces replaced. She also ran a theatre company for 20 years. Yeah…she’s one of those people who just ooze creativity and energy and she is lovely and inspiring.
Here’s a sweet little stained glass fox in winter:
I liked these little zen pots, made by ceramic artist, Julie Wise.
I liked them so much that I now have a set of them, small and delicate, resting on a shelf in my living room.
A few tiny sprigs of holly and mistletoe and I think it will make a fine Christmas decoration.
4 thoughts on “Artly Things”
I love the fox!
And I think you’re right about the understated seasonal decorations.
At 4am the Christmas Fairies poked holes in the clouds and a lovely,steady rain is my new music. Happy Christmas, Kim. xx
Thank you! And back at you.
Realised I can’t see a fox without hearing the Norwegian brothers doing their crazy song, What Did the Fox Say. Did you hear about it? They made is as a joke and it whizzed around the world instead … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE
I LOVE that little fox! I’m going to show it to Mary.