Welcome to Glorious Mud, Studio Art by Susan Borgersen

www.gloriousmud.net Until the new wesbite is up and running, all information regarding art by Susan will be carried by this blog.

For writing and publications, please go to www.sueborgersen.com

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Elemental Legacy in the Lilieth Boutique, Liverpool

I'm excited.  An opportunity for the Elemental Legacy collection has presented itself.  Select pieces are now at The Lilieth Boutique in Liverpool Nova Scotia. Nowhere else. As I said, I'm excited.   http://goo.gl/maps/ItjZv Corner of Carten and Main.








Thursday, August 16, 2012

Glorious Mud returns after a 3 year break

Three years ago I decided to close the doors to the gallery/studio Glorious Mud. But you know how it is, you miss the people, you miss seeing your work put a smile on someone's face, you miss the purpose in your life.

So, by the end of this month our doors will be open again on an ad hoc basis ('call ahead to avoid disappointment' has always, as you know, been my motto!). The dusty old website has now joinced forces with my blogs - and all the latest information can be found there. Just go to www.gloriousmud.net as always or www.sueborgersen.com - they are one and the same.  The article below was in the newspaper in August 2009 - how the time has flown.  It has been a good break though and I am back, refreshed, recharged and full of new ideas, especially for the work in silver clay. See you soon.

Glorious Mud closing after 13 years - People - The Advance

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Glorious Mud Makes Comeback

After a twelve month break I've decided that my life is incomplete without Glorious Mud.  So the next few weeks will see the studio make a comeback. A new website - still www.gloriousmud.net - but with a new host and new look.

The studio will be open to the public by chance or by appointment. The vewing area for my work will be more essential (smaller and more concentrated).  Work on display will include mostly wearable art in fine silver but there will also be drawings, paintings, and photographic art, plus a small amount of pottery.

One huge difference is that there will be no technological sales equipment - in other words no credit/debit cards, so come prepared.  The plus side of this is reflected in the prices.  A win/win for both me and you, my lovely followers.

So, watch this space. Fanfares will certainly sound once all is ready for you.

Monday, June 6, 2011