I have just returned to Australia from the GAS conference in Toledo. It was a fantastic event. I couldn't be happier!!
Check out what Andrew Page says about the event here.
Aside from the conference ending, my 7.5 years on the GAS Board and my 2yr. term as the President has also come to a close. It was a hard job, but one worth doing in order to keep a community coming together.
Here is a photo of me getting to present Joel Philip Myers with his Lifetime Achievement Award and an image of me and my greatest support...
It seems that SOFA Chicago has come and gone. I hear that many friends did well this year and that is always excellent and hopeful to hear. Unfortunately, I could not make it to the show, but I saw this great little update by Andew Page about the event. Luckily enough, his post mentioned my work that was shown by Beaver Galleries! Check it out here.
I have just returned to Australia from the fantastic 41st Annual GAS Conference that was held in Seattle, Washington. I saw many great friends and presentations as well as worked until I dropped. Here are two short video interviews done by Andrew Page ( of UrbanGlass's Glass Quarterly fame) of me during the weekend (the start up images are flattering-I know):
If you missed the event in Seattle, I am sorry because it was truly spectacular. However, as luck would have it, we are busily working on the next conference that will be held in Toledo, Ohio next June. Besides Toledo being my home town, it was also the site of the 1962 workshops that started the whole studio glass movement in the United States. To give you a peek at the awesomeness that will ensue, please check this out:
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