How wonderful! congrats on the new job and it sounds like they definitely wanted you - as they should. I see you even put it in your profile ) Have you done this type of legal work before? All star news about selling some of your pieces too! All is good here with us, MIL and the rest of the family. We have settled in nicely and really love it here. So much sunshine compared to WA even in the winter.
With the passing of our dear friend Chris, aka _C_A_T_ there's some stuff I want my friends to know. Please reach out if you are ill or need a friend, or a listener. Also this http://cheezburger.com/8123252224
Alrighty then... *this* weekend I got those photos taken, lol! If you take a look in "My Pics" you'll see several pictures of the green end-of-day glass I told you about. It's 8" tall and 10" across at the widest point. There are no seams, no apparent method of joining the black and green sections, and no markings anywhere. Feel free to pass these on to your friends at your chat group. If it would still be better for me to email them to you, let me know and I'll use the address you provided. Enjoy! :D
-O.O- Book Club Bulletin -O.O- JeffCat's Book Club introduces: Dear Aunt Tabby -O.O- Send your lolz / letters to our very own agony aunt (look in the comments of the invitation for some great oldies or examples by Furrgetmenot and Suzi_sMom) to the book club: http://cheezburger.com/8094664960
Oh yes, definitely an artist must keep a record of their original work. Painted media one can always keep a print or sell the prints and keep the original but when it comes to glass and sculpture - pictures are the only record once they are out of the artist's hands.