One of a Kind
Join Us As We Celebrate Our 27th Anniversary
For our anniversary we are featuring an exhibit of unique One of a Kind pieces created especially for our new gallery by many of our favorite artists who have shown with us over the past 27 years.
The opening reception will be from 10 until 5:30 on Saturday, September 30th.
Artists whose work will be featured include Wendy Saxon Brown, Mary Mullaney, Jen Violette, Susan Gott, Charlie Miner, Carol Milne, Cal Breed, Josh Simpson, Marty Kremer, and Bronwen Heilman — just to name a few.
Some of them are posted on our website — so you can sneak a peek. For those late arrivals, well you’ll just have to come see them for yourself….
The exhibit will continue through the month of October.
Saturday, September 30th
on all purchases*
in the Gallery
on Saturday, September 30th
as we kick off our month long celebration.
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|What Else Is New?
Classes, Directions & What-Not
Mark your calendars!
Our annual Ornament Extravaganza opening will be on Saturday, November 11th this year. Plan to visit us early for the best selections…
There is still space in several of our fall classes for those who want to hone their glass skills.— call the studio to register, 972-239-7989.
For those of y’all who have not yet visited us in our new locations, the Gallery has moved in with Southwest Gallery over in the North Dallas Design District at 4500 Sigma Rd (at Welch) in Dallas.
| Recipe of the Month
Apples Are Here…
Yay, it’s fall, and time for apples!
Nothing better than a good apple eaten out of hand or cored stuffed with brown sugar, butter and chopped nuts, baked and served warm… Topped with vanilla ice cream.
I recently came across a recipe for Apple Roses that I want to try out. Looks easy and so pretty! Oh, and it’s done with puff pastry, another of my favorite things.
This weekend it will be Pork Loin With Apples, Cider & Calvados, like they do it in Normandy in the fall. (Can do this with pork chops or chicken as well.)