Aren't these beautiful? Returning students have learned not to sit at the dining table with the blacksmiths. Meals are served family style and the blacksmiths always come in very hungry.
Glass: The Magic of Stained Glass Open Work taught by Karen Reed was one of those classes. This was a really unique way to work with stain glass.
I saw my husband come out of a funk, our children/grandchildren has just left from visiting for a week, to being fun and having fun in this class.This is my husband's finished piece. Karen gave them a selection of different patterns from which to choose. These were traditional stain glass patterns. They were told to redesign them to make the piece 3-D and to be incorporated within the oval ring.
For some reason I forgot to take photos of the beautiful chocolate made by Robert Reeb's class. Could be I was only interested in tasting.
What's in Your Writing Folder taught by Dana Wildsmith presented a reading the night before in the library at Keith Hall. The last post talks about the Beginning Guitar class and the Muppet class. The only one left is the Quilting Class. Personal Places: Portraits in the LandScape taught by me. That's gets a post all to its self.