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Steve Sizelove's Gallery
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www.stevesizelove.com

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* A Few More *

* A Few More *

Here is some newer work. Thanks for looking!
(10 images, 10 comments)
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** New as of 6/20  **

** New as of 6/20 **

Here is some recent work. Other images to come soon! Thanks for looking!
(4 images, 14 comments)
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*** New Artifact Vessels***

*** New Artifact Vessels***

For Galleria DiVetro in New Smyrna Beach, FL. Thanks for looking!
(2 images, 4 comments)
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***New as of 9/14***

***New as of 9/14***

Here's some of the most recent. Thanks for looking!
(5 images, 6 comments)
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***New for December***

***New for December***

Here a few new pieces. Thanks for looking!

The stem and figure on the goblet are hollow. Though derivative of a Lucio Bubacco piece, the sculpture was fun to do!
(3 images, 10 comments)
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***New Girls on Goblets***

***New Girls on Goblets***

These are couple of my pieces for The Works Gallery's annual goblet show. Thanks for looking!
(2 images, 13 comments)
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**Figure Sculpture**

**Figure Sculpture**

Here is a new figure. Thanks for looking!
(7 images, 10 comments)
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*New Work*

*New Work*

I finally got around to posting some new work. Titles and dimensions soon... Thanks for looking!
(13 images, 15 comments)
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A little different.

A little different.

I made these pieces for the "1000 Cups Exhibition" in Seoul, South Korea. The exhibition is an event held within the 2007 International Crafts Trend Fair, December 11-17 at the Korea World Trade Center. I was honored by the invitation to participate!

I had fun creating pieces within the 20cm limit. Generally, my pieces are much taller. Thanks to Brad in Fort Collins for sharing this coloring tech with me! I really like the results and hope to do more.

Thanks for looking!
(4 images, 6 comments)
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A Toast to Bacchus

A Toast to Bacchus

A finalist for a 2006 Niche Award, the Toast to Bacchus series showcases a modern celebration
of the goblet. Individual pieces stand out with bright, bold colors and a robust, twisting stem.
(20 images, 6 comments)
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Accent Goblets

Accent Goblets

The clean lines and soft, transparent colors of the Accent series of goblets are inspired by traditional, delicate stemware. Form and function combine, creating useful and elegant pieces.
(6 images, 4 comments)
Accent Vessels

Accent Vessels

Sorry for the re-post - Just doing a little house cleaning..... Thanks for looking!
(6 images, 3 comments)
And one more...

And one more...

I've really been enjoying this color combo. Thanks for looking!
(1 image, 7 comments)
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Artifact Vessels

Artifact Vessels

These hollow forms have an earthy, metallic surface and a rough, sandy texture that is reminiscent of an artifact from an archeological dig.
(27 images, 1 comment)
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Collaboration w/ Andy Gregorich

Collaboration w/ Andy Gregorich

Andy and Sara of Borealis Glass stopped by on their way to Wheaton. We had fun doing a marble/stand thing. Thanks for looking.
(1 image, 7 comments)
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Demo for MAD

Demo for MAD

I was asked to demonstrate goblet-making for the Museum of Arts & Design in NYC. The museum could not host the demo, so it was at Heller Gallery in Manhattan.

It was a unique experience - flameworking in a high-end gallery! I tried really hard not to burn their floor!

Sincere thanks to the museum, Tecnolux, and all who attended. It was a memorable event!
(10 images, 2 comments)
Figure Studies

Figure Studies

The union of the sculpted figure with the defining elements of a goblet seems right. Here are a few new pieces following that line of logic.
(28 images, 12 comments)
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Floral Goblets

Floral Goblets

(5 images)
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Living Fossil Vessels

Living Fossil Vessels

Finally, I got around to working on these pieces again..... Thanks for looking.
(10 images, 3 comments)
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Male Figure Study Vessels

Male Figure Study Vessels

(2 images, 3 comments)
Matte Scent Bottles

Matte Scent Bottles

Fun with the sandblaster... Thanks for looking.
(6 images, 7 comments)
Mermaids

Mermaids

Here are the three finished pieces for the Vespermann Gallery's aquarium themed show. Thanks for looking!
(5 images, 10 comments)
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Mmmmm White...

Mmmmm White...

So soft, so creamy... So fun. Thanks for looking.
(1 image, 4 comments)
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My new photo set-up

My new photo set-up

Here are some shots of my new photo set-up. It's working out really well. Thanks for looking.
(8 images, 3 comments)
My old photo set-up

My old photo set-up

I was fortunate to have a small room in the basement of my old house, originally intended for coal storage, which I dedicated to photographing my work. It worked rather well for being so simple.
(7 images, 1 comment)
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My Shop

My Shop

Here are some pictures of my new studio. I'm excited that it's finally done, so I thought that I'd share some photos. The construction took way too long, but it was worth it.

Thanks for looking.
(7 images, 1 comment)
NeoClassic Goblets

NeoClassic Goblets

Visual Tension......
(17 images, 11 comments)
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Sculptural Objects

Sculptural Objects

Organically inspired hollow forms...
(5 images, 4 comments)
Sprial Series Perfume Bottles

Sprial Series Perfume Bottles

There isn't a whole lot to say about these pieces. They're just a fun attempt at a group of elegent perfume bottles. Thanks for looking.
(11 images)
Strong Women Series Vessels

Strong Women Series Vessels

With these pieces, I explore the technique of scultping the female figure and uniting it with the classic vessel form. I enjoy the emotion that these pieces create. Each figure is unique,and tells a slightly different story.
(49 images, 3 comments)
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Venetian Interpretation Goblets

Venetian Interpretation Goblets

These are my contemporary interpretations of Venetian ideas. Thanks for looking.
(20 images, 4 comments)
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Whoah!

Whoah!

I made a few marbles. That doesn't happen often! Thanks for looking.
(4 images, 4 comments)

 Artist:   Steve Sizelove  ( ) Contact Artist 
Steve Sizelove
Emerging artist Steve Sizelove practices the craft of flameworking borosilicate glass in his home studio in Richmond, Indiana. He has studied at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and under notable glass artists such as Robert Mickelsen, Roger Parramore, Milon Townsend, and Italian master Lucio Bubacco. The workshops helped Steve to refine his glass leading the honor of receiving the 2005 Niche Award in the category of Goblets and his recent inclusion in the spring 2006 release of Lark Books 500 Glass Objects.

Active in the glass community, Steve is a member of the Glass Art Society and shows his award winning work in galleries and museums throughout the United States. Also, he conducts workshops at his studio and other facilities across the U.S. and Canada.


Steve Sizelove
832 Toschlog Rd.
Richmond IN 47374 US
Phone: (765)960-5148
http://www.stevesizelove.com


Comments
  • Lucid Visions
    Nice work
    Lucid Visions: Hey Steve, all of us at Lucid Visions really like your style. Keep it up it inspires us. Josh Bergesen
    8/26/2004 6:08 PM
  • Sean Stirling Smiley
    hi Steve...
    Sean Stirling Smiley: I just wanted to say how much i love your work...very clean !!
    3/10/2006 3:25 PM
  • Nathan Purcell
    hey
    Nathan Purcell: thanks for the compliment. I really look fowaord to making some stuff with you when you role out here.I still need that class supply list from you asap.....thanks ....nate
    4/12/2006 8:17 AM
  • Steve Sizelove
    Thanks....
    Steve Sizelove: everybody. I appreciate the kind words.

    Matt, it was great meeting you. I had a blast in Florida. Thanks.
    5/24/2006 3:53 AM
  • Les
    !
    Les: Been consistently inspired by your work since about '97, good to see it seems to be paying off for you. Funny, I actually work for a different Diablo glass now in Beantown! Hope you are well...
    Dave W
    6/2/2006 9:39 AM
  • Steve Sizelove
    Thanks Dave,
    Steve Sizelove: Great to hear from you. I'm glad that you are doing well in Boston. Keep up the good work!
    6/7/2006 12:38 AM
  • Route 66 Glass Works
    Wow.
    Route 66 Glass Works: Just wanted to say love the work, all of it. I can really appreciate the cleanliness and consistancy.
    -Rich
    3/28/2007 4:05 PM
  • Andrew Meyer
    Thanks!!!!
    Andrew Meyer: Steve-
    Thanks for taking the time to come give the demo at salem community college this year. The experience has definetely influenced some new work.
    Thanks alot
    drew
    5/17/2007 0:45 AM
  • Charlie Sanford
    Thanks Steve...
    Charlie Sanford: Thanks alot for the photo tips,and yes Jerry was my first teacher and a great guy.
    7/2/2007 6:12 AM
  • Sinbad The Glassblower
    Sinbad The Glassblower: Outstanding work !!! :)
    9/21/2007 1:56 PM
  • Forward Motion Art
    GREAT GALLERY OF WORK
    Forward Motion Art: VERY NICE STEVE,ME AND YOU GOT EMERGING ARTIST AWARD BACK IN THE FLOW!!!YOU HAVE TAKING IT TO THE TOP!!!NICE WORK

    CHICO
    1/18/2008 3:39 AM
  • Daisuke
    !!!
    Daisuke: I love your work.you are great artist.
    1/22/2008 0:54 AM
  • Chandler
    great work steve
    Chandler: You have got it down! Super tight goblets, great color combos. Keep em coming...
    12/15/2008 8:53 PM
  • Forward Motion Art
    Hi steve!
    Forward Motion Art: Hi Steve hope to see more of you work soon,love seeing your glass!!!-john roberts
    11/27/2009 5:13 AM
  • Forward Motion Art
    Beautiful!!!
    Forward Motion Art: Always posting awesome work Thanks for sharing!!!
    Tara
    11/27/2009 5:14 PM
  • FlameTree Glass
    FlameTree Glass: Yo Steve, To me your work is second to none! Thank you for all the knowledge you have shared with me. You are one of my biggest influences in glass. Hit me up man if you ever need anything bro. Love and Respects, Lance McRorie FlameTree Glass, Inc. ATL, Georgia
    7/26/2011 12:49 AM

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