Hello March, See You At The Next Art Opening In Gloversville, New York

Hi Friends,

Just to let you know our next art opening at The Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery is this Friday March 6th, 2020 from 5p.m.-7p.m. Our new featured artist has some beautiful paintings and our other artists will have some new handmade items as well.

Our art openings are changed every three months, and I’ll be at the Micropolis on Monday March 9th, Tuesday March 10th, and again on Monday March 16th, 2020. My hours in Gloversville are from 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m.

Hope to see you this Friday or one of these days that I work.

LMProck

Simple And Easy Jewelry

Here’s some New polymer clay jewelry pieces and some other pieces I found in a bead bucket stashed away. All these jewelry pieces can be found at The Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery in Gloversville, New York. New items are the Dalmatian pendant and earrings set and sparkling teal seashell pendant. Stashed away pieces cleaned up are the the dye pearl necklace, beach ball girl pendant, and spring day pendant. If you’re in the Gloversville area this evening, stop by our art opening from 5:00- 7:00 p.m. featuring glass artist Cheryl Gutmaker.

New Door Opened

After Sow’s Ear Studio closed almost 2 years ago, selling my polymer clay jewelry has been hard. Now a new door has opened for me in Gloversville, New York. It’s called The Micropolis Cooperative Art Gallery. A cute little gallery within a coffee shop and small grocery store. With a coop, I work 3-4 days out of the month and promote my jewelry art. These are just a few photos of my jewelry taken from our art opening last night. If you’re in Gloversville, New York stop by 30 N. Main Street Gloversville, New York. Looking forward to seeing you.

Turning 40

I Love Lucy’s Antiques. Scotia, New York. 
Saturday September 1st, 2018 was a big milestone for me as I celebrated my 40th birthday, turning 40 is the new 20 they say.  Deciding to celebrate my 40th in Gloversville, New York with my family was inspiring.
From stopping to an antiques shop on the way, to stopping to an art gallery and coop.  After stopping being inspired and buying a thing or two, we stopped at a nice restaurant after.  Taking good photographs was another great part of the day to.
Glove Theatre. Gloversville, New York. 
Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market. Gloversville, New York. 
Micropolis Art Gallery. Gloversville, New York. 
Mom used to work for the Grandoe Corporation in Gloversville and is somewhat familiar with the area.  Driving an hour to work everyday and back home, she never stopped at other places in town, which is why I suggested we go for my birthday. Another big part of the day was stopping at a famous sewing center in town called Gloversville Sewing Center.  Fascinated with the new sewing machines, fabric, sewing tools, accessories, and books, it was well worth the trip
Gloversville Sewing Center. Gloversville, New York. 
Abandoned building next to Harold’s Restaurant. Gloversville, New York. 
Harold’s Restaurant. Gloversville, New York. 
Surf And Turf. 
Pork Chops. 
Parmesan Pork Chops. 
Hello.
Chocolate Cake.