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Glass - Fused and kiln-formed. Some functional ~ Some eye candy.

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I am a glass artist in Edwardsville, Illinois. Most recently you would have found me at Historic Shaw Park. Unfortunately that will be my last outside show, so I am offering my next-to-new exhibit booth for sale. Full panel walls, multiple shelves and a corner shelving unit - all in a neutral Moonbeam color. This is a perfect set-up for glass, wood, ceramics. Can be reconfigured into other arrangements of walls. There are extras included at no charge. While the walls are in perfect condition…


Posted on October 29, 2010 at 12:30am

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At 7:20pm on October 18, 2009, R. David Weaver said…
Faye did you attend the Cournoyer show? Are my e-mails getting through.


At 8:28am on October 12, 2009, R. David Weaver said…
It was great to see you at the Shaw Art Show. Your glass is beautiful and when i have time i will attempt to seriously view it. Jon Cournoyer's exhibit : Empire of Dust is coming up Friday October 16 from 6:00-10:00 at Hoffman Lachance Contemporary Gallery 2713 Sutton Boulevard, Maplewood 63143 314-960-5322. Jon is the head graphic designer for the St. Louis Art Museum and an incredible painter. Hope to see you at the exhibit and we can talk more about the creative forms and processes and your art.

David. 314-724-0074
At 8:53pm on June 11, 2009, R. David Weaver said…
Have you ever visited the glass studio of Sam Stang [have i got the name correct?] who has a studio on main street in Augusta, MO. When i stayed in wine country it was fascinating to stand under the street light and watch his studio form glass. There, many years ago, used to be a television series placed in rural Alaska where a small town's activities sort of reminded me of Augusta...of course much warmer.

Hope the creative juices are flowing. How many dogs do you have?


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