by Louise Irvine Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, means “giving life to flowers”. No wonder Chihuly chose this
Cassidy Lowe is such a frequent visitor to WMODA that she has become part of the family. The young art
by Louise Irvine “Votes for Women” was the rallying cry until August 1920, when all American women were finally enfranchised.
by Louise Irvine This month we are celebrating putti in the Fired Arts and featuring some fantastic hot glass sculptures
by Louise Irvine The moon flask was one of the most popular forms of art pottery during the Aesthetic era
by Louise Irvine Putti are personifications of the human spirit and emotions, including love, and are popular motifs in pottery
by Louise Irvine Have you ever imagined yourself as a mermaid? Now your dream could come true with the 1000
by Louise Irvine Monster Soup was a startling satire on London’s drinking water in 1828. A horrified woman drops her
by Louise Irvine Exotic creatures of the deep exerted a powerful fascination for glass artists during the Art Nouveau era.
by Louise Irvine Peacocks, exotic birds of paradise and imperial Chinese dragons soar through fiery red skies in our Innovations
by Louise Irvine Chihuly’s deep ties to the ocean in the Pacific Northwest have inspired his Seaforms, which are often
by Louise Irvine The Ardmore artists in KwaZulu Natal are known as the Isigwili, the fortunate ones. They enjoy a