studio to meet owner Tony Serviente and walked out with an apprenticeship. The first project was helping create panels for an overhead garage door in his shop with a southwest motif, she did the panel 2nd from left in the top row of the door middle picture.
She also went to Corning for an event called 2300 degrees that combines glass art and music. Since I know the director of the museum, Rob, I grabbed a shirt I have out of the hamper (the "stinkiest shirt ever" she declared it, but she hasn't been to college yet) that Rob's wife designed for a project we did during GrassRoots set up one year. This led her to meet him, hang out with the guest artist for some personal time, and get to be part of a commercial for CMG filmed at the event. I can be a smooth operator sometimes.
She also helped get a new project going at Serviente Glass for the really big garage door. Here she's cutting out and arranging blossoms for a magnolia tree.