Friday, October 12, 2012

Today I joined the WISkers for sketching the works of John Alsip. John's "re-purposed materials" sculptures appear all over Langley, tucked in among the gardens and greenery. On Cascade Street, overlooking the marina and the Cascades, John installed these two pieces. The glass and wood pendants hang from a tree, where they swing in the breeze. The pressed glass vase on the rusty iron post, is made of the same intensely blue, cobalt glass found in many of John's sculptures.

Around the corner from these is John's studio, with its uniquely decorated door.


  1. Beautiful work, Judi! Love the way your style is evolving. Using those Dan Smith WC sticks? I think I'm going to have to order some while DS is offering free shipping.

  2. Nice and bright Judi. You made it look like the sun was out!