Here’s our third and final blog from our trip to Venice, a city which is highly significant not just because of its roots in glassmaking, but also because it has a special meaning for us on a personal level. Lisa’s mother was from Venice, after all, and to this [...]
Lido di Venezia is an 11 kilometre long sandbar in the Venetian Lagoon, home to a myriad of cultural spectacles and a wide variety of tourist attractions perfect for any budding holidaymakers. For many, it’s the absolute best place to stay when visiting the city.
While we were in [...]
We recently took some time off creating fused glass art, taking the chance to travel to Venice and visit a few relatives. We thought that we’d take the chance to blog about it, however, as Venice is an incredibly significant place for glass art of all kinds. Did you [...]