Miri Greenson's Glass: Peppermint Home Goodness

Miri Greenson's Glass: Peppermint Home Goodness

Laurie Siegel
Nov 7, 2011
As far as I'm concerned, the sole purpose of Pinkberry is to act as a seasonal barometer— using the force and flavor of live bacteria to insist that a new season is upon us. And so, as any subliminally-responsive, hot-blooded American, when I recently saw the yogurt shop's new peppermint flavor, I began to get excited about the upcoming holiday season and, more broadly, pepperminty home decor. Although not intentionally created as holiday-themed art, Miri Greenson's glass work fits the bill.

While hand-blown glass can often seem overly precious, Greenson's pieces, which often rely on color striations and shapes reminiscent of peppermint candy, have a sweet and inviting character, offering a toothache-free way to kick-off your home for winter.

Find It: Miri Greenson Glass, at Aida Arts

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(Images: Miri Greenson)

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