Canvasing up and down the turnpike as we finished up with the Philadelphia Flower show, I was anxious to get my new big stained glass mosaic hung back up in the shop since it did’nt sell as I’d hoped it would. I really like the way this piece came out so maybe a little,I was glad it did not sell. I usually pick up a few commissions at the show, and there was a lot of interest in this one. I know it will sell soon.A few weeks after the show ended I got an e-mail from a lady I had talked to at the Philly Flower Show, inquiring about the Heron. She needed a window however and we have begun a beautiful glass on glass mosaic of Egrets that will be installed in a window. It is designed to illuminate and just glow up in the light. It will have the beautiful intricacy of a mosaic, but up in the light rather than wall art. I am so excited about this one because the drawings are coming out really well.
Now, meanwhile while this is all going on, I also keep getting “signs” along the way. I am also waiting to hear from an earlier client that ALSO wants a stained glass Great Blue Heron for their house in Florida. By “signs” I mean little coincidences that involve seeing herons. I was leaving a local park after walking Sugar, our dog, and a huge heron burst out of the underbrush and noisily flew away, obviously very annoyed. There have been several instances where the birds appear at key moments. To me it feels like I’m on the right path.