another green pull. Stack contained Bullseye opaline, fern, elephant grey, artichoke, spring green transparent and Tekta clear. During the pull I kept hearing Ruby Rod telling me how ‘green’ it all is… Super green, dig?
As most of you know I visited Iceland in March-April 2012. While there my friend and I traveled around the Island on and off the famed- Ring Road. Visiting as many potential Artist Residencies as our little car would take us, we ended up at Ytra Lon. It was super late, and we’d expected to… Continue reading Ólafsfjördur
The other day I shared Coral Morphologic’s ‘Natural History Redux‘ and came back to some previously felt inspiration. The Lettuce Slug. Look at it! Simply gorgeous. Sarcoglossans. The colour combinations are mad-crazy, and made me search through my glass powder collection at nanopod. Neo-Lavender! …with Spring Green and Olive Green sifted on top. I experimented… Continue reading Neo Lavender & The Lettuce Slug
It’s a gorgeous, early Spring afternoon here in Toronto. Temperature outside 12c Glass in the kiln. A mix of neo-lavender and kelp green powders… Building upon my ever growing cellular, sea slug, coral-like, algal bloom, I thought I’d pay my friends over at Morphologic Studio a visit. Well, it’s inspiration while I wait for the… Continue reading Spring time in Toronto