Monday, June 29, 2009

Late Monday Inspiration

I'm sure I've mentioned before that I have a love/hate relationship with the internet. Actually, I think it's my ISP that causes me all the grief. For several days now, it's been hit or miss whether or not I'll be able to access the WWW. I'm hoping that I can at least get this post out before it's Tuesday here!

We've had some wicked hot weather here lately, and on days like this I can't bring myself to fire up the torch. Last night as I was sitting in front of the fan putting the final touches on the "B" side of my "Dale" vessel I realized I was having trouble holding onto my needle. My hands just wouldn't dry off! Working with wool was almost as difficult as sitting in front of my kiln. But my vessel is complete! Pictures will be here soon.

Due to these conditions, last week's inspiration for the glass lab still stands. However, I have new inspiration pictures for this week's work in the wet lab. Perhaps this hot weather is stoking my desire for all things ocean.



This project is going to take longer than a week, I'm sure. I already have lots of ideas percolating in my brain. It's also going to require some torch work, so please keep your fingers crossed that the heat backs off!

That's all for now - I'm off to make a few templates for more work in the wet lab. Have yourselves a happy and creative day!

5 comments:

Lisa Crooke said...

"wicked hot weather"...... i love it!

rosebud101 said...

I don't do well in wicked hot weather, either. Oh, my! I hope it cools off soon.

Shirley Cook - Jumping Jack Glass said...

well... it WAS wicked hot! LOL!

fontaineflleurie said...

Hi Shirley, your work is beautifull - as are these photo's. Thanks for commenting on my blue water scarf - I will post some extra photo's how I made that one. I think it will be great if you can combine your glassbeads with felt. I have learned this technique with some simple ones in a workshop with Judit Po├žs. I will be a follower of your blog so when I have more time I will read more. So long, Dorie van Dijk (my other blog is www.dovadi-web-log.nl/fiberfusing)

Shirley Cook - Jumping Jack Glass said...

Thank you, Dorie! I will check out your blogs too.

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