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Artisan Soapmaker Vicki Korpa Now taking Orders for Holiday Gifts!

Greetings! I will not be doing my annual Holiday Boutique this year, so if you would like soap etc., I will be happy to do special orders just for you. What I offer here is what is most popular. We can always add your favorite shapes and scents. Just let me know!

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SOAR Welcomes Artisan Glass and Soapmaker Vicki Korpa!

Vicki's Handcrafted Soaps

Today we are delighted to announce a new listing for Medford glass artist and handcrafted maker of soaps and lotions, Victoria Korpa. Vicki’s passion is soapmaking, and her functional fused glass pieces complement her personal body care products with lovely fused glass soap dishes, sushi sets and decorative glass art for the home, making great gifts for someone special…or for yourself!

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Did you Know?

Los Carneros Evening, pastel by Janis Ellison

Pastel is not colored chalk. Pastel is pure pigment– the same pigment used in making all fine art paints. It is the most permanent of all media when applied to a permanent ground and properly framed. There is no oil to cause darkening or cracking, nor other substance or medium to cause fading or blistering. Pastels from the 16th Century exist today, as fresh and alive as the day they were painted! Learn more about this medium…

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