Internet Silent Auction
Check out The Lucky Capricorn's Auction piece for the 5th Annual Benefit for Children with Disabilities! The starting bid is only $40 - WOW!!! 100% of the proceeds go to the No Limits Academy in Melbourne, FL, assisting children with disabilities. It's a great opportunity to donate to a wonderful cause while getting to own a piece of TLC art!
Click here to view the Internet Silent Auction!
I want to thank everyone who contributed to making my attendance at the 2011 GAS Conference in Seattle, Washington possible! It was such an incredible experience! I got to meet and network with the best of the best in the glass world! I got to have my portfolio reviewed by Clare Belfrage, an amazing glass artist from Australia! I was featured in the GAS Student Exhibit! And one of my sculpture, "In Half - Purple", sold at the GAS Auction for $425! This has been an experience I will always remember!
If you donated $50 or more to "Give Bryan GAS!", stay tuned... I will be announcing the winner on Monday!
Contest Update: Give Bryan GAS!
You can win a specially-created, handmade piece of art from Bryan!
How does it work?? For every donation you make of $50 or more, your name will be entered into the drawing! Increase your chances by donating more:
$50 = name entered once, $100 = name entered twice, $150 = name entered three times, etc!
A picture of the piece of work you can win will be posted soon!
Go to Give Bryan GAS! to donate now!
Give Bryan GAS Contest!
Just Announced!! To show his appreciation, Bryan has decided to create a contest around his request for sponsorship to attend the 2011 GAS Conference! If you donate $100 or more, your name will be entered into a drawing to win a specially-created, handmade surprise from The Lucky Capricorn himself! Visit the GIVE BRYAN GAS! page for more information or to donate now!
Give Bryan GAS!
Bryan, The Lucky Capricorn, is looking for sponsorship to be able to attend the 2011 GAS Conference. The 41st Annual Glass Art Society Conference will be held June 1-5, 2011 in Seattle, WA. The conference celebrates the community and diversity of glass through the country and the world, and is a tremendous opportunity for networking and career advancement. For more information on the Gas Conference, visit http://www.glassart.org/2011_Seattle_WA.html. To help Bryan be able to attend this spectacular event, visit our "GIVE BRYAN GAS!" page. We thank you, in advance, for your generosity!
Slideshow of Work in Action
Check out the newest addition to our Photo Gallery - the Action Shots page. This page shows images of me working in the Hot Shop and on the torch, and even includes a slideshow of me creating a ringholder! Enjoy!
Busy Busy Busy!
I've been pretty busy lately, I have so much great stuff going on! My classes started back up at JU, and on top of that, I've been giving classes of my own and working on custom orders. It's already been a great start to a new school year! I'm looking forward to learning a lot, teaching a lot, and creating a lot! Pictures to come! And be sure to email me if you're interested in taking a class or ordering something special! The holidays will be here before we know it!
email@example.com - For custom orders, or visit the Custom Orders page
firstname.lastname@example.org - For info. on classes, or visit the Classes page
Bryan Made Another Cover!
Bryan also made the cover of Jacksonville University's 2010-2011 student planner! Check it out on the Resume page!
Beads of Courage
Beads of Courage (www.beadsofcourage.org) is an arts-in-medicine program that supports children coping with serious illness and encourages them to use beads as meaningful symbols of courage to commemorate milestones they've achieved throughout their treatment. Check out the beads I've made to donate to this amazing organization - Beads of Courage! There are other ways to donate and get involved as well, check out how you can help by CLICKING HERE!
Bryan Made the Cover!
Bryan made the cover of Jacksonville University's Fall 2010 catalog! Check it out on the Resume page!
I've found my passion through glass art and I appreciate being able to share it with you! Enjoy!