I had been wanting to attend Hot Time in Mountains for quite a few years. This year was especially sweet for me as it was a class that Mary Lockwood was teaching. I've admired her work for a very long time. Unfortunately by the time I inquired it was sold out. Then there was an opening but I knew I wasn't the first to ask about a slot so I just let it pass. Then, tah dah - Jeri called me from Hot Times and told me they had a seat if I'd like come and spend the second day there.
Well heck yeah I would. It was great. A Touch of Glass is such an interesting old building. An old firehouse. It is full to the brim with just the greatest batch of goodies. I so love searching in every nook and cranny of wonderful places like that. Oh gosh, and that was besides the fantastic class.
These are photos shots from this great mini-conference. I know the Spring Hot Times is full but they are taking people for the wait list so just google Hot Times and get yourself signed up!!
|Jeri Warhaftig doing a demo|
|The old fire pole in A Touch of Glass (Asheville)|
|Dragon by Mary Lockwood.|
Fun stuff guys!!
Yeah, I know. Some times it looks like I've given up lampworking for other art forms. No so, but right now I am working on an awful lot of things to go with it.
Have a great evening!