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Boro Gallery

Boro Gallery

Posted by Hot Coles Glass on 12/10/2007
I just love the variety of color that is achieved when using boro glass. I'm new to this glass and loving it more every day.

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Flower Power
Purple Luster is definitely one of my favorite boro colors.
400 x 408 px  (38 KB)
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Under the Sea
The colors on this turtle reminded me a bit of light reflection under the water.
400 x 409 px  (34 KB)
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Anemone Turtle
I like the way this guy's shell looks like an ocean creature.
400 x 401 px  (31 KB)
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U Stone
The shape of this pendant happened totally by mistake. Had to fix something that went wrong.
400 x 400 px  (35 KB)
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Purple Worry Stone
I call these "glass" Worry Stones just because they feel so perfect for rubbing your worries away.
550 x 422 px  (52 KB)
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Amber Worry Stone
Another piece to rub your cares away!
550 x 458 px  (61 KB)
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Plaidsicle
I love the way this turned out looking a lot like plaid. One of those wonderful unplanned things.
500 x 359 px  (32 KB)
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Doused
I think of being surrounded by water when I look at this bead.
400 x 414 px  (38 KB)
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Crowned
I really love the way this piece turned out. I think the simplicity of the bead is enhanced by the wire work.
400 x 313 px  (29 KB)
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Spring
I decided to try something in boro that I've only done with soft glass. I really like the outcome.
400 x 408 px  (48 KB)
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Forget Me Not
I really like the inner glow this implosion has.
400 x 468 px  (30 KB)
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Purple Swirls
This was one of my studies of a particular color, interesting how each one can turn out so different.
477 x 550 px  (49 KB)
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Exotic
This lentil is an inch and a half in diameter.
450 x 401 px  (50 KB)
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 Artist:   Hot Coles Glass  Contact Artist 
Hot Coles Glass
I've been lampworking since July of 2005 and working with boro since the fall of 2007. I just can't seem to get enough of glass! Thank goodness there is so much to learn...it keeps my interest going daily, causing me to strive to better my work and explore new avenues. Did I mention I love glass!

My husband and I own a gallery/gift shop in Woodruff, Wisconsin, and yes, it's our full time living. We are blessed to be able to work for ourselves doing what we love... creating (and selling it!).

In our off time, we enjoy sitting on our dock, watching the different wildlife swim/fly by, canoeing, swimming and hiking. In the winter months we get to create all day to build up our inventory for the summer months. We may get a bit of snowmobiling in there as well!

http://www.hotcolesglass.com



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