Lis Simpson is a very busy lady! She participates in several studio tours and sales, her work is very popular and she must constantly replenish her supply of original jewellery and glass work
Out of disaster come new creations. Lis’ thoughts on recent kiln projects:
"These “lacy light” tea lights look great! I’ll make some more."
After slumping a newly made red tea light over a mold in the kiln:
“Oh, no! This tea light has turned into a disaster! The “tendrils” are sticking to the mold and bending inward. I’ll fire it differently again in the kiln. There’s room for this small pyramid, too.”
After this firing the red “tendrils” of the tea light ran onto the pyramid. Another disaster! She cut the two objects apart. Look at these unusual creations – something totally new and fresh!
Make sure to stop by and see Lis Simpson at Studio # 13; Sandra Cole Burke is her host artist.