Thursday, September 29, 2005

Bluer then blue...

Here it is in blue on blue. Cerulean blue on the dark blue. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Logo Reduex

Here is the latest version... Posted by Picasa

Gallery Space

We are working on our gallery space. We are painting out the room today and need to get some shelving. We have new lights and the space should really benefit. I have to paint the floor too. I will get some photos once it is complete.

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Logo Design #2

I like this font and color scheme a little better. Posted by Picasa

Monday, September 26, 2005

Logo Ideas

I have been tinkering around with this...
tyring to used blogger images but they are not going through. School must block access as it works at home...

Sunday, September 25, 2005

Annealhers circa September 2005. The angle on this photo is opposite from the other.  Posted by Picasa

The Annealhers in the studio circe December 2003. Posted by Picasa

The front of the studio circa December 2003. Posted by Picasa

The front of the studio circa September 2005. Posted by Picasa

New Logo Contest

Design a new logo for Blue Sage Studios and win a piece of art if your logo is chosen to be our representation for the next year. I think we will have a yearly change of logo's. Change is good. This is your chance to show off your skills as a graphics designer.

Thursday, September 22, 2005


I just thought I would remind everyone to drop by the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and check out the Dale Chihuly exhibit. This is one that that has set OKC on the road to being one of the most excellent cities in America. We are striving to become something greater and we are completing tasks of a magnatude that is unmatched elsewhere. I really do love looking at the glass. The colors and forms and the lighting wow. They have done a most excellent job over at the museum. I like that word too. Museum. The Muse. Inspiration.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

12 X 12

The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition’s Annual 12x12 Art Sale and Exhibition
is this Saturday, September 24! Follow the link below to purchase tickets and preview the art.
Venue is the Sonic Building on the Bricktown Canal, 300 Johnny Bench Drive.

Tickets are $24 in advance and $30 at the door.

This exhibition features more than 120 Oklahoma artists who create works no larger than 12x12 inches. Painting, sculpture, ceramics,
photography, glass, graphite, mixed media and more make this exhibit perfect for every art lover.

Funds generated by the show go back to Oklahoma artists through grants, awards, workshops, exhibitions, publications and more!

Monday, September 19, 2005


Well, we working diligently over the weekend on the studio. Things look mighty different now. We have the welding shed up. We took down the glass wall. We started moving things around. It is a completely different place. Over the next month more changes will be taking place but this weekend set the tone for things to come. Hopefully, pictures will be coming soon.
Thank you to everyone who has read about us in the Edmond Outlook. What a wonderful oppertunity.
Keep it centered.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Furnace Going Up

Brent changed out the coils last night and the furnace is getting hot again. Hopefully all will go well and we will have hot glass soon.
We started building out addition. We will have a welding shop attached to the barn. This is really going to open the space and allow more room for storage as well as a place to weld and create. I think the roof and sides will go up this weekend and a new garage door next week. Wiring and lighting are on the agenda too.
Great Progress is being made. I will try to get photos taken next week so everyone can see our progress.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Furnace Down Again

We have lost a coil in the furnace. It is going to take a day or two to cool and then we will have to change out the coils for a new set. I can hardly wait for a new furnace. It never breaks at a good time anyway. But then there is really never a good time.
Keep it hot.

Monday, September 12, 2005

Working for the Weekend

It was a nice weekend. I began my first OKCMOA glassblowing class of the Fall on Saturday it should be a great class. I am really looking forward to it over the next four weeks. I still have an open spot in this class. If you are interested in taking a glassblowing class you need to contact Chandra Boyd at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and get enrolled. Brent starts a class on Wednesday.
Thank you to all our guests this weekend. We had several people stop by on Saturday. It is always a delight to have people come in and watch the glassblowing process. You can always pick out your colors, choose a shape and we will custom make an item of your choosing.
Keep it centered.

Friday, September 09, 2005

New Map

I have a new map for directions to the studio.

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Comment Varification

I have turned on the Word Verificaiton feature in the comments. I know this will be troubling to do but that extra minute will help to not allow the spammers to attach nosense to the comments.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Lampworking - Beadmaking Classes

We are gearing up for beadmaking classes at the studio. Lampworking is the art of creating objects in glass using the hot flame of a torch. We have glass, color, supplies, kilns, and torches set up and ready to go. Tuesday evenings we will have classes. Call Brent to reserve a seat as they will fill up fast.
Come and check it out.

Monday, September 05, 2005

We Have a Winner

Congratulations to Dr. Nancy Osborn. She has won our drawing for a one of a kind art glass piece. Thanks to everyone for signing up.
Keep it centered.

Thursday, September 01, 2005


I hope you all will make it by the booth this weekend at OKCCC.