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Posted by Brad Pearson on 10/9/2003

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2006 Glass Pendants

2006 Glass Pendants

In order to create a larger surface on which to create the images and patterns, I developed these two part beads. One of my current favorite to design, but I do not get nearly enough time to make them.
(4 images, 2 comments)
2006 Masked Dot MArbles

2006 Masked Dot MArbles

Here are some of the marbles from the first half of the year.
(6 images, 5 comments)
2011 Beads

2011 Beads

A selection of Glass Beads from 2011
(10 images)
2011 Marble work

2011 Marble work

Here is a random selection of my 2011 work, I realized it had been far too long since I updated my pages.
(10 images)
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Assorted Styles

Assorted Styles

(9 images)
Cosmos Series Beads

Cosmos Series Beads

This series uses silver leaf and layers of transparent glass to greate rich organic patterns.
(6 images)
Disk Beads

Disk Beads

(7 images)
Glyph Series Beads

Glyph Series Beads

Many overlapping dots are used to create these complex patterns. The inspiration for these comes from the patterns of many different cultures.
(10 images, 1 comment)
PlanetScape Series Marbles

PlanetScape Series Marbles

These marbles have been inspired by way too many cheesy sci-fi movies. I always love the look of the distant planets the hero was about to visit for the first time.
(4 images, 3 comments)
Pulsar Series

Pulsar Series

(10 images, 5 comments)
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 Artist:   Brad Pearson  ( ) Contact Artist 
Since graduating from the fine crafts department of VCU, I have vigorously pursued hot
glass as a career. Glass is a labor of love. Through out my career as an artist, my work has
become smaller and more complex. Using the bead as a framework has allowed me to
explore texture ,pattern and color within a framework that is limitless. Making beads is a
natural progression for my interests in glass. Hopefully I have proved that small scale
work can be captivating and innovative. For me, it has certainly provided a rewarding
experience. Over the last 3 years I have taught numerous classes and workshops. Teaching
has allowed me to pass on my love of hot glass to the next generation. I hope to continue
to grow both as an artist and as a teacher.

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