Moments in Glass: Nicholas Kekic of Tsuga Studios

Miniature bud vases by 3rd generation American Glass Artist, Nicholas Kekic of Tsuga Studios

Miniature bud vases by 3rd generation American Glass Artist, Nicholas Kekic of Tsuga Studios

My Blog Triage classmate, Jackie Jacobson recently wrote about glass artists she knows from the Pacific Northwest.

Which got me thinking about some of my favorite League of New Hampshire Craftsmen glass artists:

Hand-blown Spring Tree wine goblets by American glass artist Jordana Korsen.

Hand-blown Spring Tree wine goblets by American glass artist Jordana Korsen.

There’s Jordana Korsen and her fantastic tree goblets. There’s Nathan Macomber’s beautiful sculptural work, Philip Jacobs’ amazing blown glass lampshades, and Harry Bessett’s wonderful stemless wineglasses.

But my latest favorite is Nicholas Kekic, maker of gorgeous, luminous vases, each exquisitely shaped.

Nick Kekik's frosted hand-blown glass vases add so much joy to our 1840's dining room.

Nick Kekik's frosted hand-blown glass vases add so much joy to our 1840's dining room.

Do you have a favorite glass artist? Do tell… I’m always looking for functional fine art to grace our old home. 😉

Pods for the Pulpit Craft Fair

Felt Hat Maker, Carrie Cahill Mulligan, at her usual booth in Tracy Hall, for the 12th Annual Pods for the Pulpit Craft Fair in Norwich, Vermont, November, 2006.  Join me and my Heirloom Handknit Hats at the 13th Annual Pods for the Pulpit Craft Fair at Tracy Hall in Norwich, Vermont this Fri. & Sat., Nov. 23 & 24, 2007 from 10 AM to 4 PM.

This will be my 4th time at this fun Upper Valley holiday event, and I hope to see you there.

Can’t make it to Vermont this weekend?

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