This blog is intended to document my journey into the world of handmade artisan lampwork beads.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Tour Bus Stop at the Money Farm

Yesterday was a wonderful opportunity to share some good music, meet some wonderful people from Louisville and visit with some talented friends.  Bonnie Wyatt (wonderful organic basket maker), Nancy Hayes (fabulous goat milk products), Moses Hamblin (handmade musical instruments) and Lonnie and Twyla Money (our hosts and very talented folk artists) shared our passions with a tour bus load of friends from Louisville.  We were on the beautiful farm of the Money's.  The music and company were wonderful.

I made a few new items for this event and of course my favorite one sold.  If it hadn't it might not have made it to another show.

 I really like this new bracelet also.
 I played around with some copper that I had etched a long time ago.
 This glass is really a pretty color of blue and is very streaky.
 Last a raku on black key necklace.

Danny has worked so hard on our garden this year, thought some of you would enjoy seeing our mulch-99 percent weed free system.

1 comment:

  1. The copper etching is amazing. I love the teal and lavender beads, textures on them are cool. An the garden looks great. Hope the corn is yummy and sweet.