A while back I mentioned that we were fortunate enough to purchase, at a very reasonable price, a large lot of Bullseye COE 90 sheet glass from a local business. As you would expect, our immediate problem was where to store it all.
You can see in this photo how we chose to purchase a set of shelving along with a number of large plastic containers. Well, the shelving is fine, but the plastic containers were a bad mistake.
This is the first post of what I expect to be many about the evolution of our studio. We are learning so we do expect to be making changes to the studio as we discover what does and does not work for us.
Having said that, we love our studio. It is our new playground and where we spend quite a lot of time here.
You can see we have a dedicated area for cutting and working with glass, another where Ann works with her creations and the kiln is in a separate area, well away from combustible items.
"My life has been full of experiences, good and bad. One that changed my life immensely, for the better, was immigrating with my family from England. My interests are many, but I am always learning. I look forward to sharing my interests and journey as I learn more and accomplish my goals "
"Too many interests and not enough years in the day is my biggest problem. Listing my interests is just not possible, but the name Rocketman should give you an idea. Think science and the arts!
As I get older I seem to have this urgency to get things done, to leave my mark but also to learn more.
With Rocket Rose Art I hope to share a lot about myself, create lasting memories and help other artists in the process."