Ingrid and Roger in the glass room

Two Fall 2019 Classes

Now that the frantic rush to get art finished and shipped for the Aspen Art Show is done (whew!), the studio has calmed down a bit. I get to sleep more (OK, I’m sleeping just as much as I did before, it’s just with fewer interruptions now) and Roger’s been spending time in the back yard killing blackberries and clearing the paths so that I can chase cats more efficiently.

Now we’re gearing up for Roger’s fall classes. He’ll be teaching two this year, one at Ed Hoy’s International in Chicago from October 21 – 25, 2019, and one at the Bullseye Resource Center in Santa Fe from November 5 – 9, 2019.

Ed Hoy's International logo

Ed Hoy’s is always incredibly welcoming and wonderful, and they make sure he has a blender for his smoothies when he stays there. He’s never taught at Bullseye in Santa Fe before, but he’s enjoyed his classes here in Portland and in the Bay Area so much that he’s sure to have a good time. (Shout out to Jennica!)

Bullseye Glass logo

So if anyone is interested and is in the neighborhood of Chicago and Santa Fe this fall, check out the classes! He’ll be teaching Images in Glass at both, and each student gets to leave with four completed samples. Check out the Classes page to read more about Images in Glass and see if it’s the right class for you. You can learn from one of the best and then show your art off to your friends and family when you’re done! Plus, you get to have fun with Roger, which is always a bonus, no matter what you’re doing.

Ingrid and her tree
Here I am enjoying one of my favorite trees. I’m pretty sure there’s a cat up there.

Meanwhile, I’ll be here. Sleeping, barking at nothing in the back yard, and waiting for Roger to come home.

2 thoughts on “Two Fall 2019 Classes

  1. Hi Ingrid, how wonderful that you share your life with us. I’m pretty sure I saw a cat up that favorite tree of yours! I have two compadres in my studio, Harry Cooper and Charlie. Harry is all Lab and gets pretty darn bored that I’m not out playing with him when I’m working with glass or painting with pastels. Charlie is only six months old. She’s a Great Dane and will probably love laying around watching me make glass, eventually. For now, she just loves stealing things from my studio. I live in Illinois and unfortunately was unable to attend the class your Dad taught at Ed Hoys. Would you mind asking him to teach another there next year? I love his work and really want to learn landscape painting in glass. Landscapes are my favorite in pastels but my mind just goes crazy thinking of the possibilities in glass. Thanks Ingrid. Keep up the good work with keeping your eyes on the UPS people, they can be kinda shifty! Your friend, Paula

    • Hi Paula,
      Yes! I’ll definitely speak to Roger about teaching at Ed Hoys again. He loves it there, and they’re so good to their teachers and their students, and I think they really like having Roger there.

      Thank you so much for getting in touch and letting me know about Harry Cooper and Charlie. They sound like (eventually in Charlie’s case) they’ll be fantastic studio dogs! Let me know if they need any tips.

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