Life Imitating Art

Love glass blowing. Need to see if that place in town is still doing classes.

Crafted in Carhartt

Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt

Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt
Ona Magaro / Crafted in Carhartt

In a time when men outnumber women in films 3 to 1 on screen, unequal pay based on gender still unfairly affects females on a day to day basis, and social media and advertising outlets are repeatedly beating women down with unrealistic and often times contradictory expectations about beauty, health, and happiness; it’s time we stand together and let out stories and experiences bring about an era of change. Let’s applaud the women who are out there defying stereotypes and pushing forward in careers and fields where they are outnumbered. From one woman’s triumph shared to another’s inspiration spurred, small changes will amount to larger ones that can eventually redefine what it means to be a working woman.

Ona Magaro’s glass creations and her life story are quite the achievements to admire. She has turned her passion into a thriving business. After years of fine-tuning her craft, her work is breathtaking…

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