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EyeCandyArts

EyeCandyArts

Posted by EyeCandyArts on 3/11/2004
EyeCandyArts is colorful borosilicate glass art from the vivid imagination of Nathan Miers. You can see 2008-current marbles at MARBLEARTISTS.ORG/EYECANDYARTS. To see what's available please visit www.eyecandyarts.com.

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1. Boro Marbles

1. Boro Marbles

Borosilicate Glass Marbles by Nathan Miers and Friends.
(2 sub-pages)
2. Coldworked Boro Paperweights

2. Coldworked Boro Paperweights

Coldworked Borosilicate Paperweights and Geodes by Nathan Miers.
(1 sub-page, 1 comment)
3. Boro Beads and Pendants

3. Boro Beads and Pendants

Borosilicate Beads and Pendants by Nathan Miers and Friends.
(5 sub-pages, 1 comment)
4. Marble Stands

4. Marble Stands

Marble stands hold your favorites up above the rest. Made from borosilicate glass by Nathan Miers.
(1 image, 4 sub-pages, 1 comment)
5. Boro Goblets and Vessels

5. Boro Goblets and Vessels

Borosilicate Goblets and Vessels by Nathan Miers.
(4 sub-pages)
6. Boro Water Fountain

6. Boro Water Fountain

This water fountain was inspired by another fountain I saw at a demo/open house at Seattle Glassworks Park in '02 or '03. The artist's name escapes me, but I'll come back and fill in the blank as soon as I recall as to 'give props where props is due'. I was so inspired, I later spent five long days constructing this fountain.

In hindsight, I wish I would have put more of my own spin/style on it, but I was pretty limited at what I could do behind the torch at the time. I also only made one as to more or less reverse engineer the actual function of one that inspired me, so that I could build the next one with my own style/ideas (once my skills caught up with my mind).
(4 images, 8 comments)
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7. Mixed Media

7. Mixed Media

Mixed media projects by Nathan Miers and friends.
(1 sub-page)
8. Collaborations

8. Collaborations

A colaboration between artists is a win-win situation because it pushes both artists to compromise on decisions, something we are not use to doing. When it works well, the piece reflects something that is out of the normal boundries of what either artist could or would have achieved on their own.
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9. Glass Events

9. Glass Events

Various Glass Related Events from 2003-Current.
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10. Tips, Tricks, and How-To's

10. Tips, Tricks, and How-To's

Exactly what the title says. I'll add a few things every once in a while, or if you have request, hit me up and I'll add them when time permits.

Get Info on Affordable Lessons at www.eyecandyarts.com/lesson...
(3 sub-pages, 6 comments)
Everything Else...

Everything Else...

Various Glass Images, Studio Pictures, Artist Pictures, Glassblowing Related Graphics, Old Contests, etc, etc, etc.
(2 sub-pages)

 Artist:   EyeCandyArts  Contact Artist 
EyeCandyArts
With experience from his graphics arts background, Nathan passionately orchestrates the shapes and colors in his marbles to achieve pieces that will uplift and brighten the day of the viewer.

In his spare time, Nathan enjoys teaching private classes from his studio in Garberville, CA. You can stay up to date with Nathan at his 'Adventures in Glassblowing' Blog located at: www.nathanmiers.com

Nathan Miers
Evergreen CO  
http://www.nathanmiers.com


Comments
  • Erik Anders
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    Erik Anders: that main pic you got is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    4/21/2006 8:10 PM
  • Koboshi Glass
    awesome !
    Koboshi Glass: love your work !, you are very talented.

    jennifer
    4/22/2006 0:40 AM
  • Wendolynne
    Awesome
    Wendolynne: Im Mesmerized! Absolutely fabulous.
    4/28/2006 9:20 AM
  • Robert Koch Glass
    I just wanted to Say ---------------->
    Robert Koch Glass: You Posting How to's and tips and tricks is so Kind..

    Thank you very much.. I tried the stick stack and it came out well i have pics if you want to see... More people should be like you, Good people are few and far between...
    5/15/2006 8:54 PM
  • Robert Koch Glass
    Your Marbles Are Insane
    Robert Koch Glass: Wow Wow Wow!!!!!!! Bling
    5/18/2006 10:00 PM
  • Monique Michele
    WoW!!!
    Monique Michele: InCreDiBle WorK!!!! I'm suRe Up ClOsE iT MuSt Be A rEaL EyE TreAt!!
    6/13/2006 2:32 PM
  • Thistle Glass
    YOU are inspiring!
    Thistle Glass: You have depth of vision! One of those artists that I 'run across' & get a breath of fresh air in the process....
    Thank you for sharing and inspiring me (& everyone else). ~Michelle
    6/15/2006 11:28 AM
  • CarolinaMan
    awesome
    CarolinaMan: Awesome work man!
    7/2/2006 2:09 PM
  • J Mcghee
    hey nate
    J Mcghee: amazing work buddie one day we'll be rich lololol

    your work is truly amazing and insperational.

    jason
    7/14/2006 4:30 PM
  • Nelida Heredia
    Your Work!!!
    Nelida Heredia: Amazing!!! thank you for sharing.
    11/7/2006 2:54 PM
  • Forward Motion Art
    ICEY NICE!!!
    Forward Motion Art: HEY,WHO GOT THIS SICK KID IN TO THIS GAME?LOL LOOKIN WAZ UP NATE,DOWN IN GEORGIA MAKING A SPLASH!GIVE ME A SHOUT,PEACE CHICO
    1/18/2008 3:19 AM
  • Travis Weber
    Yo Nate
    Travis Weber: Nice hearing from you yesterday. I hope we are able to get together sometime an make some marbles. I would be cool if you could visit down here and work at my shop for a few days. Talk to you soon.
    3/3/2008 0:54 AM
  • John Bridges
    Thanks Nate...
    John Bridges: ...for the good word on 4/2! I just saw it now, don't know how I missed it the first time. Fantastic work on your page, I'm loving those windows!! I saw a few minutes of your webcam the other day too...very cool!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Going to Wheaton?
    PEACE
    JB
    5/1/2008 10:27 AM
  • John Bridges
    THANKS N8
    John Bridges: for the good word, and double thanks for the feature! Glad somebody saw the latest...what's up with the weird order of the new galleries?!? Yes, the green over there is Experimental Green but stretched over Borostix Sunshine Yellow. Keep up the vibes!!!
    PEACE
    JB
    5/25/2008 10:28 AM
  • Herbert Carson
    nice work
    Herbert Carson: way to post that annealing chart. everyone needs to gander at that. met you back in march this year. keep up the good work
    12/11/2008 4:11 PM
  • Forward Motion Art
    "It was nice hearing from you!"
    Forward Motion Art: hi N8 It was nice to hear from you today.thanks for all the tips you gave me and as you can see i am applying my self...my web site is forwardmotinoart.com you get a chance check it out and the links i have posted to it. glassartists.org and beadartist.org has the best of the best up though.i will email you my show listings when i get them figures out....Can not what to see you this new year,hope you accomplish all you need to too come down for a few....when thing get ruff just live life, love life ,express your self.......Torch on & Torch long...
    -Chico
    11/25/2009 12:40 AM

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