I’ve recently shared some of my art projects for my gardens. Over the years I have enjoyed making several other projects. This year, having to redo a worn out front yard (retaining walls and plantings), I am relocating some of my older pieces of art. So, I decided to post a few pictures of some flowers and butterflies that I made in the past. Enjoy the images! Continue reading Garden Art – Fused glass flowers and butterflies.
I’m not sure where I originally saw this idea, but at the time, I really liked it. So, when I noticed a tin watering can on clearance at a local craft store, I thought that I would try to make one for my yard. Supplies: Watering Can, Beads, Fishing Line, button and hot glue. Total cost was about $15. The beads were strung on fishing line that was then threaded through the holes in the watering can spout. To secure the beaded strands the the watering can, the fishing line was tied to a button that was larger than the hole inside the … Continue reading Perpetual Watering Can
Summer vacation is over, but it sure was fun. This past week was spent with my youngest sons visiting some of the historical places important in our countries independence. Along the way, we took in several museums and walk around a few prestigious college campuses. New Haven Connecticut Points of Interest: Yale University, Yale Art Gallery, Felice Varini Perspectives Mural Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, and Yale Center for British Art. Providence, Rhode Island Points of Interest: First Baptist Church of America, Rhode Island School of Design, RISD Museum, Brown University, State House, and numerous historical buildings. Boston, Massachusetts … Continue reading History 101, Summer 2017