1950’s vintage advertisement for Gus Genetti’s Hotel and Restaurant, Hazleton, PA
A new page has been added to our family website: Genetti Family Directory of Services, Businesses and Creators. Since our family is filled with entrepreneurial spirit, I thought it was about time that we created a directory in support of Genetti family businesses.
Please help me grow our directory by adding as many family businesses, services and creators as possible.
- The person or owner of business must be a Genetti descendant or spouse of a Genetti descendant.
- The listing must fit into one of these categories: business, service, creator (artist, musician, author, designer).
- The listing must have a website address that we can link to.
All listings are free of charge. If you would like your business or service listed or know of someone who should be included in our directory, please use the Contact form on our website. Send the business or person’s name; description of business, service or creator’s specialty; and their web address. I’ll take care of the rest.
I hope you enjoy visiting the websites listed in our Family Business Directory as well as patronizing their services and creations.
If you live near the New York City area or eastern Pennsylvania, make sure you stop by the Glass Studio of Gary Genetti during the weekend of November 27-29. Every year Gary opens the doors of his studio to the public, offering a glimpse of his exquisite glass art. The event takes place in the rural town of Warwick, New York – just north of NYC. For address and phone number, see the flyer shown here or check Gary’s website.
This year Gary will be featuring his new kiln formed work: Fused Murrine Mosaics and Carved/Color Inlayed Panels. I’ve only seen these online, but I bet they are spectacular in-person!
A nationally recognized glass artist, Gary’s beautiful pieces have been exhibited in many galleries and prestigious craft venues, as well as featured in the permanent collection of the National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC.
Stop by and browse Gary Genetti’s website. If a piece catches your eye and you would like it for your collection or as a special gift, contact him directly at: http://genettiglass.com.
Are you a social networking butterfly? Like to “pin”, “like” and “friend”? If so, check-out The Genetti Family Genealogy Project on Pinterest and FaceBook. We maintain pages on both social networks and would love to have you join us.
On Pinterest you’ll find 19 Boards with pins about the Genetti Family, Genealogy and Tyrolean Culture. Here are a few of the boards we’ve created: Castelfondo, I Remember …, Val di Non, Genetti Family, Food of Tyrol and Sightseeing Trentino-Alt Adige. Stop by and “follow” one or all of our boards. Then feel free to “pin” away to your own personal Pinterest page.
If FaceBook is more your social fancy, then visit The Genetti Genealogy Project community page. Go to our FB page and click the “Like” button located in the right corner of the top banner to follow all of our FaceBook posts. Plus if you are a follower of our page, you can contribute your own family-related posts. Join the fun and family community – follow us on FaceBook!
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I received a wonderful email from Gary Genetti today. Gary is a master glass artist with work in many private and museum collections. He has generously offered to etch glassware with the Genetti Coat-of-Arms for family members at a discounted price.
I’ve created a separate page in our Genetti Shop just for Gary. Please stop by to see more examples of Genetti glassware. Click here to visit Gary’s page.
I’ve also spoken with Gary about offering more of his glass pieces in our online shop. I’m very excited about this! It would be fantastic to showcase the artistic talents of our family members. I look forward to working with Gary in 2015 on this project.
To see more of Gary’s exquisite glass art, visit http://genettiglass.com.
In 2000, the art glass of Gary Genetti was featured on the cover of Smithsonian magazine.
If you are in the Philadelphia area this weekend, stop by and see the beautiful art glass of Gary Genetti. He will be exhibiting this weekend at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show, November 6-9 at Convention Center Hall “F”. A nationally recognized master glass artist, Gary’s classic pieces have been shown in galleries and prestigious craft venues throughout the country, as well as featured in the permanent collection of the National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC. Gary has been kind enough to offer free passes to the show for any interested family members – just email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. I know if I were in Pennsylvania this weekend, I would be heading to this show. Thanks Gary!
For more information on Gary Genetti: www.genettiglass.com.
For more information on the 38th Annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show: www.pmacraftshow.org.