Monthly Archives: March 2011

Jenny’s Having an Art Show!

A friend of mine named Marsha was approached by a local restauranteur close to her business. Marsha had been having gallery showings in her office lobby of various Burbank Art Association members, and this restauranteur wanted to do something similar … Continue reading

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Spice-rubbed Pork Chops

I am very confident with cooking chicken and fairly confident with beef.  Pork, on the other hand, is a meat I’m still working on knowing how to cook better.  I ran across this recipe from Cooking Light that I’ve done … Continue reading

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Fusing Glass Under Influence of the Flu

A few weeks ago, I contracted the flu.  Although I never get the flu shot (it does not respond well to my system), I haven’t had the flu in years.  And so I forgot that, no matter how much you … Continue reading

Posted in art, blue, glass, green, iridescent glass, tiles, vase, watercolor, window vase, Workshop | 2 Comments

What have I been doing? Landing pages.

Over the past few weeks, I find myself incredibly busy putting together landing pages for a client of mine.  This is now the third go-round (I think) of creating differently-themed pages for this client to use for all of their … Continue reading

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Glass Slumping Class

Way back at the beginning of February, I took a glass slumping class.  Sounds a little dirty, but I assure you it is not!  What glass slumping is is taking pieces of glass and fusing them together with a first … Continue reading

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Slave Labor: A Family Reunion Website

Last year, around the fourth of July, Gavin’s mom Bonnie asked us what we were doing next year on the fourth of July, wondering if we might be willing to go to a (then) un-planned family reunion for her family … Continue reading

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L.A. Matsuri Taiko Website

A good friend of mine, Sandy, belongs to a Japanese taiko drumming group.  I have known Sandy for awhile now, having met her at my first job, where we collaborated on many projects together.  Sandy’s taiko group previously had a … Continue reading

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