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The Process

Pictures of the construction and design process of Illuminating the Spirit. Working with the kids was the fun part. The challenge was really getting the lighting to illuminate the entire sculpture. We'd never worked with plexi glass before, so that was quite a challenge to cut and drill. The other challenge was realizing that the discs had to be put in a very particular order to have the right amount of coverage and colors needed to flow smoothly.
Added by Lucid Visions on 1/31/2006 11:22:17 AM
The Process
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Textured Vessels

Again, I learned this technique from my time with Steve...This was my first time trying it out and man was it fun! Only one is stoppered...I have some great ideas for the technique, again just had to try out the basics first.
Added by Borealis Glass on 1/24/2006 10:29:30 PM
Textured Vessels
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Trek Road Bicycle

Custom made for Eileen Bergesen as a gift for John Sweitzer. Reproduction of Sweitzer's road bike. Details on the piece include bike pump, fanny pack, spedometer, water bottle, and placed within an actual six geared base.
Added by Lucid Visions on 1/23/2006 1:00:43 PM
Trek Road Bicycle
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2006 - 01 "midieval arrows"

This paperweight features a spiral blue dichroic vortex with a floating black gilson opal. The coldworked front reveals layers of organic tans and a vibrant whispy blue. A pattern of arrows has been electroformed on the outside, giving this geode a midieval feel. The copper has an aged patina makinig it look like an ancient relic... piece measures 2"
Added by Andrew Brown on 1/22/2006 11:48:15 AM
2006 - 01
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Boro Paperweights

I had a chance to work with Andrew Brown at AGI in 2005 and after that I had big ideas of what could be achieved with the help of coldworking techniques. This is a small batch of boro paperweights I made to better learn the lap wheel that our shop just bought. They are very similar to and inspired by Andrew Brown and Troy Bennett's Colab series so there won't be too many of these coming from me. I actually have a bunch different ideas I'd like to try with coldworking techniques, and I plan to incorporate them into my work as soon as possible. The next few weeks should be pretty interesting...
Added by EyeCandyArts on 1/21/2006 5:15:27 PM
Boro Paperweights
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"Tribal Fires"

"Tribal Fires" is a two piece sculpture 18" X 12" X 8". Fused, cold worked and kiln-formed. Aperture pour details show the inclusion of 23k gold leaf.
Added by Terri Stanley on 1/19/2006 6:20:26 AM
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The Big Bang - Exploding Planet #13

The story for this one is written by Shelton Wilder. Thank you Shelton, you have touched our hearts. ---------------------- The Big Bang 3 inches Signed and dated M&M '05 EP #13 Not for sale --------------------- Aureole looked back over her shoulder. What she was watching in her lens was familiar. Since the beginning of the Exploding Planets she had been on the run, planet hopping, galaxy shifting; as the known universe collapsed, imploded, and reorganized its forces. Please read the rest of the story here. http://imageevent.com/pyrochixrock/glass/roundthings/explodingplanetseries/explodingplanet13
Added by Eugene Rain on 1/18/2006 12:45:03 PM
The Big Bang - Exploding Planet #13
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air-o-plane

Bombs over Bagdad
Added by Pakoh on 1/16/2006 7:29:25 PM
air-o-plane
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Sand blast Grape Cluster

This window was designed for a wine cellar round top entry door. Not only did I design the door, but also designed and constructed the 900 bottle, all cedar, temperature controlled wine cellar.
Added by Richard Werner on 1/15/2006 8:23:43 AM
Sand blast Grape Cluster
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Collective Contemp

This marble has a lot going for it. It's got a nice and deep twisted 5-star honeycomb that reveals behind it some flashy dichro. So you flip it over to see the shiny suff and there in the center of the dichro vortex is a little hidden treasure - a polished white square opal!
Added by EyeCandyArts on 1/10/2006 1:56:44 AM
Collective Contemp
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Modern Tribal Glass Necklaces

Added by Jay Bridgland on 1/9/2006 11:05:30 PM
Modern Tribal Glass Necklaces
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WindowSeries #12 (& 2 Bonus Windows)

Here is #12 in the series, and two that were made the same day. The last two had lens flaws, so they are not part of the numbered series. They are still worth checking out, so I added them in at the end...Thanks for looking!
Added by EyeCandyArts on 1/8/2006 3:23:12 AM
WindowSeries #12 (& 2 Bonus Windows)
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STEPPING STONE

1 7/8
Added by Travis Weber on 1/6/2006 2:01:08 PM
STEPPING STONE
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Fused Glass Frit Paintings

Images drawn on clear sheet glass, layered with frit and fired. Layers of drawings and frit added and fired, the process is repeated several times.
Added by Carol Carson on 1/6/2006 10:30:16 AM
Fused Glass Frit Paintings
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LuChi

New work gives me much more surprises. The desire to experiment and to take risks drives me to seek my own interpretation of glass through a personalized process. I like to chance because I always want to find some new way to play.
Added by LuChi on 1/4/2006 7:23:13 AM
LuChi
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MultiVortex_03

Here is a new one for me...a multi-vortex where all 5 Vortex' meet in the center to reveal an piece of raw black opal that you can view from any side. Decorative windows of pinwheels border each vortex. 1-7/8" Diameter.
Added by EyeCandyArts on 1/3/2006 8:55:04 PM
MultiVortex_03
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bits and figures

monocromatic cups
Added by Matthew Eskuche on 1/2/2006 4:41:03 AM
bits and figures
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Venusian Landscapes

This series of sculptures in Ehlenberger's "Venusian World" explores fantasy Landscapes with luminous vegetation, glowing lakes and craggy mountains. His distinctive approach to the Landscape incorporates such media as silicone, translucent paint on brushed aluminum and back-lit lenses to evoke an other-worldly ambience. Some landscapes are executed in the traditional western horizontal format. However, as a consequence of Ehlenberger's love of ancient Chinese and Japanese landscape painting presented in a vertical format, he began exploring landscapes in an Asian style. Subsequently Ehlenberger also developed his own, unique approach to the Landscape, the "discScape". A small manifestation of the Landscape, only 16" in diameter, its shape alludes to the spherical shape of the planet.
Added by Eric Ehlenberger on 1/1/2006 10:03:35 PM
Venusian Landscapes
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