Grateful Dead Wine glasses created Grateful Abundance in 2021. at the Etsy shop
I am very Grateful for the opportunity to show my art on the internet. I am pretty certain that I would not be where I am without the abundance from this experience. Thank you to Everybody!! May your days be Amazing!
Message me at email@example.com if you are looking for something you recently saw in the lot. I am always making glasses, and note, I AM A ONE WOMAN SHOW!! It is’nt always easy to find time for listing things for sale on the internet. You can follow me on instagram @sheilamorley (click that link…) for updated work, reels, and stories about the glass.
Thank you very much for being part of my journey, and supporting my passion for art. It is my hope that my art can brighten your spirit, and cary with it an abundant, kind, energy that domioes into the universe! May your cups be full!
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I had a day dream that I was blogging again. It has been years. I am so grateful for all the people that used to read, and share. I would like to do it again someday. One thing I have learned in the last several years, is that art can not be made in stolen moments. Hopefully the demands of life will allow for some free time soon.
These tributes to Bob Weir are inspired by this photograph by Gabriel Jones. Only 10 marble/paperweights and 10 pendants will be made with this image. These pieces will be available at the website. He is an amazing photographer and he also sells some really beautiful tie dyes. Move me brightly He represents some Master tye dye makers. And he has a Rad marble available for sale. Totally impressed.
Love and light, and thanks for reading my blahg! Sometimes I like to share this crazy art experience….One day at a time, and all good things in all good time.
Layer upon layer the images are embedded within the clear glass. The size of the piece determines what tools I need to create it.
Most of the marbles I can make in my studio with my equipment. My torch flame, and kiln. Each marble requires at least 4 firings, and sometimes 5 or six. I can envision future works having 10 or 15 kiln firing sessions.
Anything larger than about 2″, I need to rent a shop for. And, I need an Assistant in order to complete the piece. Something I like to call, “An investment”.
Renting the hot shop is very exciting. There is a sense of urgency and immediacy that I have not experienced before. My art has always had a little bit of chance art attitude. Wait and see what happens, see how things evolve. In the hot shop, you want to know what your making before you make it. Time is money. The more I work there, the more I come up with ways to improvise and take chances. I am really stoked about how things are coming out.