Roger Thomas glass Op. 582 Isthmus process from the edge

Winter 2017 Update from Ingrid

Roger tends to take longer to create his pieces these days, even with inspiration like the photo from the Columbia Slough. I’m not complaining. I’m getting into middle age for a dog (the dreaded vet has the audacity to call me “senior”), and I don’t mind things taking longer. It gives me the ability to…

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Lecture at Pacific ArtGlass

On Sunday, October 4th, at 1pm, Roger will be giving a lecture at Pacific ArtGlass in Los Angeles during their 11th Annual Glass Fest and Open House. In a lecture titled “What Am I Looking At?” Roger will talk about how he’s made a near 40-year living out of working with glass and creating his…

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Dreamland glass artwork by Roger V Thomas

Classes for Fall and Winter 2015

Roger’s working hard at it again. Working hard at leaving me behind, that is. After a hectic summer that’s included lots of throwing glass around for our new gallery in Aspen, Raven Glass Gallery, and lots of classes, including one fun one at Grace Art Camp here in Portland, Roger’s off on more adventures teaching…

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Of Birds and Trains

One of my favorite parts about my morning walks with Roger are the solemn, serene moments that we share together along the Columbia Slough. We see wildlife enjoying the dawn, say hello to the bike commuters and joggers, and I have the run of the entire trail all to myself. And then there are the sorts…

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Op.548 Roger Thomas glass artwork Gloaming Hollows blog feature detail

Roger’s Going to SOFA!

by Ingrid the Studio Dog   Of course, this means he’s leaving me. From November 6th – November 9th, to be exact, he’ll be in Chicago with PISMO Fine Art Glass and Sandy Sardella. That’s nearly FOUR whole days. He doesn’t seem to care. He’s all “SOFA this…” and “SOFA that…”, and “OMG, what am…

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