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Wow, Elizabeth, nice reports. I'm enjoying it tremendously.
I sure wished I could have gotten to this conference since I feel that the beginning of the "modern" era of stained glass started on the west coast and it impacted me significantly in the mid to late 1970's when I finally began to tune into "comtemporary" glass at that time. Otto Rigan's book was so-o-o important to me! Dan Fenton, Peter Mollica, Paul Marioni, Robert Kelman, Dick Weiss, Kathy Bunnell and many, many others took me far from the traditional glass I see here in the northeast.
So, thanks for the reports and I look foreward to whatever more you offer.
Best - Tod B.
It's too bad you did not stay for the panel. I wanted to see how many brain cells these guys had left. All I can say is, whatever cells that remained were extremely creative. All had great photos, spoke well and had a great sense of humor. Hats off to Joan for putty a great bunch of speaker together.
PS. Nice to speak with you
putty should be putting
It was very good to meet and talk to you, too. Yeah, I missed the panel, head cold and coughing required a time out. Saw Maria's invite to one and all for the AGG conference. I cannot make it this year. It's our local Art Tour, that weekend and I was committed to it, long before the AGG was announced, Am I allowed to say where and when for next year's AGG conference yet? Cause I'll be there for sure.
I'll let you know ALL the details when they are available