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A New Home for Envy!

The other day I got a two great Christmas gifts from two customers from The Holiday Studio Sale at Bonnie Lebesch in Fort Collins, Colorado!  I received an email from Colleen showing where she has my vessel Envy in her house!  It looks like I have prime real estate in her house.  What a treat to see the new home for my work.

Later that day this card from Mickey Bookstaber was in my mail box. I met her during the Bonnie’s Holiday Studio Sale also .  She came up to me and said she recognized my work from the NCECA show; Uncommon Ground: Impact and Influence in Arvada, the show was back in 2011.  That in itself is the greatest gift to have someone remember your work from over a year ago.  She said she had taken a close up of my vessel and was using that image for cards, and she sent me one.  This absolutely made my day.

 

Here are some pictures of the show @ Bonnie’s right before things really got going!  It was really a great set up.  Bonnie lives just a block off of Old Town in Ft. Collins, Colorado, which has great shopping.  So lots of people were out Christmas shopping.  The show was fast and furious, and we always had a big crowd.  I hope we can make it an annual show and sale.

 

 Here we all are… starting from the left…     Laurie Beth Zuckerman, Lili Francuz, Jacque Ristau, Shana Salaff and me, seated in the middle is Bonnie Lebesch.

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2 Responses to “A New Home for Envy!”

  1. Linda Starr Says:

    Love seeing these shots of your work on the tables, the scale of some of your pieces truly surprised me. happy holidays to you and your family.

  2. Connie Says:

    Thanks Linda! When I made sculpture my sculptures were so small, and now my pots are so much bigger than what I made as sculptural piceces.