It was a toasty 104 degrees or somewhere thereabouts here in Loveland today. Despite the heat, we had a good turnout for the second day of Glass.Fiber.Stone. The hardy folks who have been braving the intense weather to come to the show are great to talk with and seem genuinely interested in all the work and artists. It’s very refreshing and encouraging – a great first post-graduate experience!
Today I decided to try encouraging people to “root around” or “dig” for the perfect heartstone in an attempt to get them more involved in changing the piece’s shape and size. With no further ado, here are today’s pictures:
Check back tomorrow (or I guess later today!) to see how it finishes. 🙂