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.



  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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