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Archive for September, 2015

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Life can change in a minute

Sorry to say, but the Open Studio in October has been cancelled. Due to an illness in my family I just can’t afford the time to get everything ready or make plans right now. It is something I love to do, so this is very disappointing.  Tom and I may schedule another in the future, possibly even this Fall, so stay tuned!

In the meantime, you will find Tom Krueger at the Townline Art Fair in Fish Creek the second weekend in October, the 10th and 11 th. if you are looking for my work, check out The Flying Pig in Algoma.

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3rd Annual Open Studio with Tom Krueger

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On October 2nd and 3rd, Tom Krueger and I will be hosting an Open Studio once again.  This gives folks a chance to come see us in more of our element than at an art fair.  Tom will once again have his work in the greenhouse, and also plans to throw pots in the kiln area of my work space.  I will have much more than you see at any show, covering all aspects of my glass work.  The photos above are of Tom’s booth at Artstreet this last weekend with mobiles made by his son (Casey Early Krueger) hanging from the tent rafters.  Hopefully we will have some of Casey’s work as well. And, just maybe, another artist or two….

The hours planned are noon to 4pm on Friday Oct. 2 and 10 am to 4 (or 5) pm on Saturday, Oct. 3.  That’s what we have planned right now, but we’ll keep you posted if things change.  Address is Nsixsixoneeight Hillside Road, Casco WI and you can send a message here for more information.


Recovering from Artstreet

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The largest Green Bay Area art fair, Artstreet, was last weekend was this past weekend and I am finally recovered. It has been a two and a half day event for a few years and this year a couple of extra hours were added to Saturday.  That made for a very long day, and made Sunday seem longer even though it was an hour shorter.  The weather cooperated, for the most part, and it was reasonably pleasant for both visitors and artists. I met a lot of interesting folks, heard many great comments on my work, and even had some nice sales!  Of course there were many friends who stopped by to say ‘hi’ and that always makes it fun. A big Thanks to all who came out over the weekend!

For those who missed it, or just didn’t buy anything there, you can find more of my work at The Flying Pig Gallery in Algoma, WI.  Just took new pieces over, so there is a good assortment to choose from.

The Flying Pig