Manifolds

June 19, 2009

Glass Connections

Filed under: art — origamifreak @ 12:58 pm
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I’ve been following Jane Dorner’s blog about glass art for about four years, pretty much since I started blowing.  Last week she was in Corning for the Glass Art Society conference and we met up on Sunday at a gallery showing her work.  It was great to finally meet her in person.  We also hit a few wineries, had a lovely dinner at Suzanne’s, and the next morning tried some hard cider on the way to Ithaca for her bus ride to Manhattan.

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4 Comments »

  1. And who is the person to her left?
    The one wearing your jewelry?

    She looks sort of familiar…
    🙂

    Comment by jpm14 — June 19, 2009 @ 4:17 pm | Reply

    • Hmm. Looks familiar to me, too! I think you might see her tomorrow – then you can ask her who she is. 😉

      Comment by origamifreak — June 20, 2009 @ 2:14 am | Reply

  2. I like the olive-ish green sweater, I’m partial to that green, don’t know why, maybe it’s calming or soothing. Mokey apparently could see green.

    Comment by Kathie — June 22, 2009 @ 8:36 pm | Reply

    • I like the sweater too. It’s one of Teri’s hand-me-downs.

      Rose took one look at the photo and said (on the phone), “that must be one of your older, fat pictures!” When I protested that it was just a week ago, she said, “well, it certainly isn’t as flattering as some of the other pictures!”

      I think part of the problem is where the photo cuts my torso. It actually looks better when you see the whole thing. At least I think so!

      Comment by origamifreak — June 22, 2009 @ 9:24 pm | Reply


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