Welcome to Art to Harmony.

Thank you for visiting our website.  Our site was totally disfunctional for a few years, but thanks to our nephew Gary Harding, it has been revitalized it so that we can present our glass art once again. 

 

We specialize in one-of-a-kind pieces of glass art and show only representative pieces on our website rather than our current inventory. If you are interested in a particular piece but want it in different colors or shapes than we show, or even function (a clock rather than a bowl for example), contact us describing what you would like. We will explore the options with you (via phone and/or email) that could meet your desires or needs. Our phone # is 541-797-6890. Bob’s email is [email protected].

 

Thank you for your interest.

 

Down below is our “latest” WHAT’S NEW, and as can be seen, it is current. Yahoo…. took a while!! Anyway, we are alerting our visitors to the site that we will be participating in/offering glass fusion classes to interested parties in the Bend area. If it is something you might be interested in, read the post below.

…Well, Not really!

The strange title of this “What’s New” is because this piece is really not about “What’s New” in terms of our glass art. Sandy and I are taking a sabbatical from our glass art. We are using this break to do various other things… like re-organizing our studio and chasing down other venues for our glass art, like Etsi and additional galleries on the Oregon coast. We are also doing some painting… Sandy in acrylics and pastels, and Bob in watercolors… to meet our need to “artistically create”. We will also be conceptualizing new glass pieces and expect to be back into making glass art in a couple of months. So, we really don’t have something new in terms of glass to report. Other than that, we are going to Maui for two weeks in April to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and play tourists, something we didn’t really do while we lived there. It will be nice to get out of the cold and snow of Bend, Oregon! The photos attached are a couple of Maui inspired pieces we created some time ago.

                           Aloha

Sandy’s “Wave at Sunset”
Bob’s “Honu in Shallow Waters”

No Near-term Fairs Planned, but Fusion Classes Are!

Learn more about glass fusion processes. Click on the”GLASS ART” button, then the “How It’s Done” button.

And the Winners Are….

A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to show our glass art in a small gallery in Sisters, Oregon, a town nearby Bend. The mini gallery is made available to local artists for a week by the Open Door restaurant. My week ran from Monday August 14th through...

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Back in the Saddle Again

It was a year ago that we were feverishly preparing for our last Maui Open Studio event. We’ve been participants in MOS for 6 years, starting in the very beginning when Carolyn Quan introduced the event to Maui. MOS 2017 is going on right now… and we miss it, I must...

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Finally Set Up!

We blew into Bend, Oregon… literally…on 14 April encountering a blinding snow storm the last half hour of our driving trip from Seattle where we landed and picked up our car. What a sobering welcome for us folks from Maui!! We hadn’t seen the white stuff up close and...

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