Hitting the Sangria bar at the Mac Worthington Gallery of Contemporary Art, Columbus, Ohio last Saturday night. This was the artist's reception which is always celebrated at the gallery on the 3rd Saturday of every month. It's a time to get together with other exhibiting artists and be able to talk to prospective clients. My new stained glass exhibition piece for August hangs in it's usual spot on the window.
My dear friend, Dave, in front of a Mac Worthington painting that sold that evening. Go Mac!
Some more fabulous and funky art on display at the gallery.
I must give credit to Danielle of BeautifulSchlopp Glass Art and Jewelry for presenting the original Handmade Pay It Forward. I was told that I would be receiving a handmade gift from Danielle and was chosen from her blog comments. I am very excited. She has absolutely gorgeous glass work and I highly recommend that you visit her blog and Etsy shop. Thanks Danielle, I look forward to your gift. You can still comment on my last post for Pay It Forward, be in the first 5, and receive a handmade gift from me, how cool is that!.
What goes around, comes around. "Nautilus' is a stained glass window I designed and constructed many years ago. When I was ready to add a new post, I wanted an image that, to me, represented the Pay It Forward concept. It reminds me of the ripple effect we create in life and it's infinite possibilities.
I am entering into the following contract with the first 5 people who comment on this post and then commit to do the same on their blog. I'm the world's worst when it comes to commitments via the BLOG - but this one really appeals to me!
Just read below and if you feel up to the task copy the following into your blog and leave me a comment.
I am willing to send a surprise worldwide (I live in the U.S., BUT before any goodies are sent out - I must see a post on your blog - send me a link - that would be perfect).
1. I make no guarantees that you will like what I make. Whatcha get is whatcha get. 2. What I create will be just for you, with love. 3. It’ll be done this year (2009). 4. I will not give you any clue what it’s going to be. It will be something made in the real world and not something cyber. 5. I reserve the right to do something strange or weird (though I don't really make strange or weird myself - but left the text in - just in case someone else may think so). 6. In return, all you need to do is post this text on your blog and make 5 things for the first 5 to respond to your blog post. 7. Send your mailing address – after I contact you.
Welcome to everyone. I will however, make an effort to do something that you like based on what I see on your blog, BUT there are no guarantees.
Have fun, and make a difference in somebody's life today.
Indigenous, A Handcrafted Gallery, is located in O'Byonville, Ohio, within minutes of Cincinnati.
I have had the pleasure of exhibiting and selling my work at Indigenous for more than two years. The gallery space is enormous with glass wall on three sides, which I love because of being able to showcase my stained glass.
I urge anyone near or traveling to Cincinnati to stop by and see this marble exhibition. It will be a feast for the senses.
An entire exhibit dedicated to HUNDREDS + HUNDREDS
art glass marbles made by the hottest glass artists!
indigenouswill be exhibiting HUNDREDS of handmade art glass marbles created by 20 of the HOTTEST marble makers! The MANIA begins AUGUST 7 and rolls on through September 9 with many magnificent moments planned throughout- don't miss a minute of MODERN MARBLES. The Hot! Marble Party, on Thursday, August 20 promises spicy treats, cool wine, and a HOT marble making demonstration by Cincinnati glass artist, Mike Mount!
Visit often to marvel at the marvelous marbles and take a guess at the jar of marbles- if you correctly guess how many are in the jar you WIN them ALL! Artists deliver new work everyday- you'll never know what you might find, so visit soon and often!
MIKE MOUNT, Cincinnati's sensational glass artist, will be demonstrating the magic of marble-making during the
HOT! Marble Party - THURSDAY AUGUST 20.
Join your friends from 5 to 8 for an evening on the town!
NEW MARBLE ARTISTS!
exhibit at MODERN MARBLES!
Kris Parke, of Cortland, Ohio joins the marvelous marble artists who show their work at indigenous! These black and white graphic marbles are the perfect addition to every marble collection or an amazing beginning.
WIN a JAR FULL of MARBLES!
Everytime you purchase a fabulous marble from the MODERN MARBLE exhibit you can take a guess of how many toy marbles are in the jar- if you guess correctly you WIN THEM ALL!
One of our faves, Geoffery Beetem , shows the finishing stages of another amazing marble!
Geoffrey Beetem of Athens, OHIO
Karen + Richard Federici of Vineland, NJ
Jody Fine of Mason, MI
Kris Kailholz + Pat Hager of Cincinnati, OHIO
Sayuri Kingsbury of West Barnstable, MA
Fritz Lauenstein of Dennisport, MA Steven Maslach of Bainbridge Island, WA
Shawn Messenger of Toledo, OHIO
Mike + Jamie Mount of Cincinnati, OHIO
Kris + Amy Parke of Cortland, OHIO
Aline Peterson of Chagrin Falls, OHIO
Chris + Jackie Rice of Boonville, NY
Cathy Richardson of Winona, MN
David Salazar of Santa Cruz, CA
Eddie Seese of Belmont, WV
Rod Sounik of Columbus, OHIO
Larry Zengel + Brett Young of Bowling Green, OHIO
Steven Maslach forms his signature marble from the end of one of his classic red rainbow canes.
Originally from Sydney, Australia, now living in the U.S.
I exhibit my larger pieces in galleries internationally. I have also exhibited with Dale Chihuly at the Mansfield Art Center in Ohio.
I do what I love and love what I do. Creating is my thing. You can read a detailed profile on Etsy.