I taught two back to back classes in Calgary, at Tiffany House.
Wow! I cannot say enough nice things about Irina Laird, Tiffany House, her family, the hospitality and all my students. Well, I could complain about the weather. It was September 10th - really too early for snow don't you think? Well, it had been snowing for about three days at that point, the poor trees still had all their leaves. The snow had frozen and then more snow arrived. There were leaves and branches all over the place. I don't seem to have any pictures of the snow or damage but this is my friend Angie's back yard the morning I arrived.
All of my students were amazing. I had a great time teaching.
I arrived home and began getting ready for my next adventure - this time Glass Stock East.
Now Glass Stock is unlike anything I have ever participated in, except maybe summer camp. It really felt like a really short, grown up sort of summer camp.
We had a hat contest.
These home made Canadian jammies won me a first prize! Whoo Hoo for me - I received a Flow magazine and about half a pound of silver glass (Tag and Double Helix). I think I was pretty brave to put these on, then torch in them and now to share this picture with the world!
I loved Glass Stock - I taught three classes. I took three classes. I played all the games and even snuck off to the ocean! The ocean!
|Jodie McDougall teaching at Glass Stock.|
|Horse with No Name came to Glass Stock East|
|Horseshoe crab on the beach|
|Deb Crowley making the most amazing dichro fishie!|
I am home for just a couple of weeks then heading off to Ottawa for their annual glass bead show. The adventures continue.
I have been so busy that there was not official September photo - perhaps this week I can get one taken of some of the month's birdies. Not too many beads were created in September. Birds - oh so many birds. I am still rather obsessed but having fun with them.