New Light

The Solstice was yesterday so today starts the retreat of night. Hence the celebrations of the light that abound. I don't have many holiday traditions but I do have lots to appreciate: my family, good friends and good health. This year was filled with travel, the creation of a stained glass project (two years in the making) and was productive for me and my Foundlings. From making them to finding a gallery in New Orleans to show them, I have a lot to be grateful for. And I am especially grateful for another year with Marie. This piece is called Eclipse. It's the closest piece I have on a celestial theme to celebrate the light. Happy holidays everyone. May you all find what you seek.


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