This is my place to gather stories and share what I've been learning. Linda's Hearth is about recalling meaning and tradition, about connecting, about remembering how to be creative in everyday life and about finding ways to live more simply. Using photos, memories and stories, maybe Linda's Hearth can become a place where we can explore patterning and change, too?
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Glass Art: Lundberg Studios Suffers Big Fire Just Before Dawn November 24, 2010
Exquisite Glass Art Showroom Gutted by Fire early this morning.
Heartbreaking for me, a lover of glass art who once even owned and sold some. When my children were youngsters, we used to go there and they would find lovely "shards" and cast-off blobs of transluscent and semitransluscent glass. Beautiful just watching them!
I'm not much of a consumer, but Lundberg Studios is one of my favorite places. If I became suddenly wealthy, my children and all those folks who have been helping and supporting me would be getting a glass creation as part of my gratitude that needs toi be espressed.
Lundberg Studios is world reknown. You can see their work in shops in Santa Cruz, too. The photo below and caption are thanks to the Santa Cruz Sentinel:
PG&E meter reader Ryan Kitchen goes about his normal rounds
in Davenport as firefighter Andrew Ziegler works the Lundberg
Studios showroom fire on Wednesday morning.
Cal Fire Battalion Chief Ian Larkin walks past the wreckage of the
Lundberg Studios showroom in Davenport which burned in an early
morning fire on Wednesday. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)