February 13, 2016
The show, which celebrates LOVE (and the Beatles) runs till the end of February (the month of love) – actually it runs till March 6!
The opening was fantastic and we had a lot of fun channeling the 60s. For more information, go to Deryk’s website at
And check out his blog posts, which have information about each of the paintings.
January 6, 2016
Fantastic drone footage and more — in this video that we made for Deryk’s upcoming “LOVE” exhibition at Art Works Gallery in Vancouver. Contact Deanna Geisheimer for more information (604) 688-3301
Hope that many of you will be able to attend. The opening is February 12, 2016.
We are super excited and thank Dale Clark for his drone photography, Amy Hall for her cello performance, Sam Houston for the sculptures as well as the sound tech work.
And of course, Deryk Houston and Richard Leblanc!
Oh yeah, I have helped out a bit too 🙂
January 1, 2016
Also, see our “teaser” video on YouTube: Amy playing cello at Woodwynn
July 9, 2012
Our daughter Amy has created a beautiful, personal book using her lampwork goddess creations as a way of expressing her feelings about the many dimensions of womanhood.
She describes it as:
… a collection of photographs of my goddess beads with some of my writings about the story behind each one. It’s available for sale through Blurb. I am so proud of this piece of work as it had some very special meanings for me. I worked on this project while I was going through a difficult period, and it really helped me to find my strength and safety in my life amidst a lot of chaos…..
when writing about it in her blog at: http://www.twoglassyladies.ca/?p=3786
I think I agree with Amy when she says…. “A Woman’s Soul is an Ocean.”
The blurb link for this very special book is:
July 2, 2012
Tutorial Video (Amy making her Goddess beads)
Watch for her book “The Goddess Journey” – soon to be available via Blurb.
June 30, 2012
It’s pretty wonderful having a daughter with this kind of talent!
Together, we are the “Two Glassy Ladies“.
April 13, 2012
Our daughter Amy is writing a book that showcases her glass goddesses and explains their meaning.
Here is an example of what she has written for one of the pages, including images of her art. I can’t think of a better metaphor for life.
When working with hot glass,the right amount of flow is needed. Too much, and you can lose control of the piece – its shape becomes lost. Not enough, and the work becomes stuck, the glass unformed. Glass needs heat to
melt and flow, but not too much all at once, and the right balance
must be found.
The same is true for life.
When things are flowing right, life can be wonderful. Too much, and it can be out of control. And with not enough, once can become immobilized. The
Goddess of Flow finds the balance that allows emotion, sensation,
and thought, all to flow perfectly, without creating over- or
It is like a song played at just the right tempo.
It is a connection with nature and being perfectly in tune with the
universe. It is something we all have the power within ourselves to
achieve – the Goddess of Flow helps to show us the way.