Category Archive: glass

Cat Portrait Commissions

Before I get into my main theme, I will take a little watery detour to nearby Barton Creek.  Our eldest and her baby came for a visit in June, and here is the… Continue reading

The Gift of Life

What’s in a portrait?

I Seem to Be Back for Frequent Visits

Three glass portraits

Teaching Art

Not only am I having my first experiences teaching adults, but I’m also brand-new to teaching art. I have had decades to practice art, to experience being a student, and to think about… Continue reading

Teaching, Part B

To entitle sequential posts ‘Part A’ and ‘Part B’ sounds like I’m mixing epoxy, but I’m not.  I am gluing together my thoughts about the art and science of teaching, in the hope… Continue reading

Teaching, Part A

I spent ten happy hours this holiday weekend teaching four adults in a beginning mosaic class at Glencliff Art Studio.  I’ve spent countless hours in the classroom with 11 to 18-year-olds, but until… Continue reading

“Articulate- the Artist’s Voice” upcoming show at Ciel Gallery in Charlotte, NC

The Food Desert This mosaic will soon hang in Ciel Gallery in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Here is Ciel’s press release about the show, tailored for my local paper, of course: Lynn Bridge of… Continue reading


More glass shards, more kiln time, more mortar, more faces.  These are the faces you have seen before, either on this blog, or at my home studio, and they are starting to multiply.… Continue reading

Making Much of Too Many

Abundance by Lynn Bridge Over the weekend, I was talking to a friend who mothers an elementary school-aged daughter.  The child is the only offspring of two talented parents, and it would be… Continue reading


Longhorn 11 1/2″ x 16″ Longhorn cattle are popular in these parts.  One of them is the mascot of the enormous university in my town, but besides that, they have a long history… Continue reading