What’s this got to do with gardening? Hey, it’s how I make my living to support my gardening passions! Besides there is glass art you can buy to make your garden beautiful! To pick up maps for this walking tour, start at Liquid Light Glass at 926 Baca Street in Santa Fe. For more info call Liquid Light Glass at 505-820-2222.
DON’T MISS THIS HAPPENING!!
How about giving your our own handmade glass gifts for the holidays! Liquid Light Glass will be offering walk-in paperweight, ornament, and flower making! Come on in- choose your own colors and start forming hot glass into beauty! All items made will be ready to take home the next day!
Liquid Light Glass gallery represents these artists: Elodie Holmes, owner and glassblower extraordinaire, Jannine Cabossel, blown glass Wabi Sabi vases, Keihatsu vases, glass flowers and more; Marcy Albin, etched designs in goblets; Cia Friedrich, blown glass sculptures and shells; John Marks, blown glass cups and Chimayo Hearts. Many discounts during the tour and 5% of Liquid Light Glass artists revenue goes to Santa Fe Children’s Museum.
We will be hosting other artists that will be selling glass, fine jewelry and ceramics: Kristin Lora, fine metalsmith and jeweler; J9 Glass, flame worked sculptural jewelry; Ezri Horne, ceramics; and Patrice Jaguirreberry, flint knapped blades. Patrice will be doing knapping demonstrations on Saturday. There will also be glassblowing demos all three days!
In addition all up and down Baca Street will be other artists who open their studios up to the public- Baca Street Pottery, Reflective Images-jewelry, paintings, prints and sculptures at various artists studios.
All of Baca Street will be open and celebrating the holidays! Join us!
Might I suggest a tour of the many facilities in Seattle, where we are from, since there is so much concentrated stained glass activities there; or have you done so already?
Gene and Linda