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Friday, April 8, 2011

Have You Ever Been To A Glass Ranch??

Be sure to put this local event on your calenders.

Glass Ranch Studio 16th Semi-Annual Pre-Mother's Day Weekend Sale & Glass Blowing Demonstrations
Saturday, April 30th & Sunday, May 1st 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
20307 Beech Lane Escondido, CA 92029 by Lake Hodges in Del Dios
Blown Art Glass ~ Fused Glass Sculpture and Jewelry ~ Garden Sculpture
by Artist Couple
Garry Cohen & Cherrie La Porte (760) 745-7020
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You are invited to a FREE EVENT at Glass Ranch which is like no other event in San Diego County!! The studio is owned by professional glass artist couple, Garry Cohen and Cherrie LaPorte and semi-annually we offer an open invitation to come, bring your friends and family for a memorable time, watch live glass blowing demonstrations by Garry Cohen and guest glass blowers at our private studio. Listen to live music in our eclectic sculpture garden by Swift Pony on Saturday and the Hilltop Ramblers on Sunday & purchase our new local handcrafted blown art glass, sculpture and unique glass jewelry for yourself and Mother's Day gifts at great prices.

Also visit two other Art Studios and Gardens by Lake Hodges, the same weekend April 30th and May 1st. Look for yellow art show signs, Glass ~ Fiber ~ Paint, in the Lake Hodges / Del Dios area all within a 5 minute distance. Here are the details:

* Lake Hodges Artists' Spring Show & Sale *
9814 Carson Place, Escondido, 92029 by Lake Hodges in Del Dios
(760) 740-9700

Enjoy the green of spring in Del Dios at our new Spring Artists' Show and Sale. Artist's work includes pottery, hand painted silk, jewelry, wood, paper and paintings with hand woven clothing from the studio of Jean Degenfelder.

* Cathy Carey’s Free Art Studio and Garden Tour *
2048 Ridgecrest Place, Escondido, CA 92029
(760) 489-9109
Artwork includes: Spain, Tuscany, Maui and southwest paintings, Paintings of many local scenes. Hand painted jewelry. View the one acre gardens of succulents to tropicals overlooking Lake Hodges as seen in San Diego Home and Garden magazine.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wish I lived in your area, as this sounds like a fabulous event!