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An art collecting couple who had first became interested in my sculpture through an exhibit at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, contacted me when their travel plans brought them to Seattle.  They asked if they could meet me and visit my studio. Meeting them, I immediately enjoyed their company. I had a lovely evening with .....

An art collecting couple who had first became interested in my sculpture through an exhibit at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, contacted me when their travel plans brought them to Seattle.  They asked if they could meet me and visit my studio. Meeting them, I immediately enjoyed their company. I had a lovely evening with them talking about art and we found we shared a passion for travel.  I showed them around my studio and a bit about my process casting glass and bronze from natural objects, that I find while exploring the wild spaces of the Northwest.

At the end of the visit they had fallen in love with one of my sculptures. It was a sculpture that when first completed, I thought I’d never be able to part with.  I was quite fond of it. But, after meeting these collectors, I was thrilled that it would be a new addition to their collection.

When they returned home, after their travels, I received a photo of my sculpture displayed in their home. It was placed amongst some of their other art works. The sculpture was in good company. My heart was warmed when they thanked me for creating my art.  And, thanked me for subtly weaving a narrative of preserving wild spaces, maintaining harmony and kinship with the natural environment.

I always enjoy meeting people who have an interest in my art.  I’m curious to hear their perspective on life and how art brings them joy. My life is enriched each time my sculptures travel to a museum, an exhibition, or becomes part of someone’s collection. I feel fortunate to be able to share my passions for art and the natural world.

Join us!

Habatat Glass invites you to celebrate the
48th year of our International Glass Exhibition.

We are extremely proud to have founded the oldest and largest annual glass exhibition in the world.
Grand Opening: May 8th | Exhibition continues to July 3rd of 2020