August 3, 2019
I walked to the South Pasadena location of Bullseye Glass to pick up a Kilncarved Plate I made at a class I attended last Saturday. I’ve taken a few classes prior to this one, enjoying them all. This one didn’t require any glass cutting, so it was fairly easy. It involved cutting a design on fiber paper and transferring it into a pre-fused glass square. I chose green glass square, cut a modified leaf and transferred it. The result wasn’t as pronounced as I’d wished. I’ll need to examine my color choices if I decide to make another.
After taking a class at Bullseye, you’re allowed to sign up for an Open Studio. This access to studio space, tools and the kiln to make an item on your own. This may be my next step.
After picking up the plate, I walked back via the South Pasadena Arroyo Seco Woodland and Wildlife Park. There is an entrance on Pasadena Avenue. I meandered through the park, ending at the Arroyo Seco Golf Course.
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So glad you enjoyed your visit to the South Pasadena nature park!