The Studio 200 Glass website has undergone a complete makeover this summer and is officially launched!
A few new features I’m excited about: online shopping is up and running, a blog has been added, and sign up for classes is now available online. Gallery and show listings come with their own links on the Keep in Touch page, and a slide show on the Process page shows how I create a platter. New products continue to be added regularly to the shop (there are dozens to be photographed in the studio as I write) so check back often.
It has been a long time coming, a process of three steps forward and one step backwards as I better defined what my goals for the site were. My studio is a solo operation and I wanted to invite you in to see the process and what inspires me; to offer my past work and experimental pieces for sale in one location; and during the dark days of January, just reach out and say hello. There comes a time when a project just feels ready for release, and the site feels ready. I think everything is running smoothly, but if you find a glitch, please let me know.
Along with the website, new also this fall is a series of work featuring powder stenciled and cast glass elements. The Glass Tapestry series debuts at the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton, MA , October 6 – 8, 2012. For more examples in the series, click here.
As the new and improved Studio 200 Glass site launches, I’d like to express my gratitude to Nina at Blue Iris Web Design for her technical expertise and for the immense amount of work she did creating the updated Studio 200 Glass website in WordPress. Patiently walking me through the ins and outs of process and currently guiding me as I take over maintenance; she has been and continues to be a dream to work with. If you are in the market for a new or updated site, I recommend Nina wholeheartedly!