One of the things about creation is that you never know how your pieces will come out.
At the beginning of August, I went with a couple of other CQFAers to Create It! Studio in Palo Alto for a glass fusing creation session. I wrote about the whole session at that time. I also showed pictures of all of the pieces pre-firing/fusing.
Diane, one of the CQFAers, was kind enough to pick up my pieces since I live far enough away to make it a pain. I thought I might get down to her house, but, alas, it wasn’t to be. As you know I was chained to my sewing machine for weekends on end. 😉
I finally got my pieces back on Saturday and I am really pleased with how they turned out. I am especially pleased with the divided dish, which will be part of the series I started my first time at a painting place. The red of the dish really came out well (4 coats!). There is only one little spot on which I should have put more paint.
It is fun to do something different; it is as though it doesn’t matter and I can play, because it isn’t my primary work.