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Hi Everybody,

This is a BIG UPDATE!
It has been in the cards for me to make a transition somehow from the Killingsworth St. brick and mortar retail situation. This transition was forced upon me and my business a bit sooner than I was planning (pre- holidays), and with little time to make any major decisions as to my next studio space. So for now, I am working from my home studio, and and have been farming out my wares to various retail settings.

You can still holiday shop for my lamps, crosses, vases, candle holders, portraits, tables, etc...

Here are some lovely locations where you will find some of my wares in Portland:
>Popina Swim Shop -- 4831 NE 42nd Ave.
>Frock Boutique -- 1439 NE Alberta St.
>Crafty Wonderland Shop -- 808 SW 10th

I also have a growing selection of my wares on Etsy.

Please feel free to email me directly, as I am happy to send photos of any current available artwork. I also do custom work.

Read the latest coverage of Hail Mary by OregonLive.com

Where you can see my work:
> prAna Store -- NW 23rd and Irving, Portland, Oregon
> Fire on the Mountain -- NE Fremont and 57th, Portland, Oregon
> McMenamins Sand Trap -- Gearhart, Oregon on the Oregon Coast
> McMenamins Kennedy School -- Portland, Oregon
> Dots Restaurant -- SE Clinton and 26th, Portland, Oregon
> Pizza A Go Go -- NE Williams at Cook, Portland, Oregon
> Interstate Light Rail Line -- Kenton Station Train Platforms, Portland, Oregon
> Tumbleweeds -- NE Alberta and 18th, Portland, Oregon
> e.moreland market & KITCHEN -- 3616 SE Knapp, Portland, Oregon
>Barrio Star Restaurant -- San Diego, California
>Compass Rose -- Olympia, Washington
>Fire on The Mountain -- NE 57th and Fremont, Portland, Oregon
>Fire on The Mountain -- Denver, Colorado
>Collective Awakenings -- Portland, Oregon

Hail Mary is still offering mosaic classes
once a month. These are two part classes to teach a variety of skills involved with the art of mosaic.

Participants will create a mosaic learning multiple skills that are involved with this art form. i.e. tile and glass cutting, laying out a mosaic, using different adhesives, grouting.

I will provide a choice of projects to work on. Since it is a short amount of time to work, the choices are things that can be finished in a 3 hour time frame. Examples include...picture frame, flower pot, a mosaic picture, or something that you might want to bring in yourself. (Maybe check ahead of time with me, to make sure it's do-able.)
Email me for more information.