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Hangman # 1

I have been thinking over this design and I have to say it turned out great for my goals. 9" tall. The piece has to be thrown back in the kiln, the net fractured in one spot but it should be easy to fix. Wanted to get a pic to be sure before I tampered with it. Update: Piece fixed, came out of kiln fine.
Added by Glass Rave on 11/30/2007 9:44:39 PM
Hangman # 1
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tree woman

Made of ns butterscotch,22 inches high with a honeycomb marble.
Added by Flamethrower on 11/29/2007 4:18:59 PM
tree woman
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Snowflakes on Last Wild Rose

Snowflakes falling on last white wild rose. Beads for holiday season.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 11/29/2007 4:49:26 AM
Snowflakes on Last Wild Rose
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Surface flower paisleys

Average 2.2 inches dia. Good stuff, enjoy.
Added by Kaj Beck on 11/28/2007 10:03:42 PM
Surface flower paisleys
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Here's a few mer

Fumers, gotta love these, average 1.8 inches dia.
Added by Kaj Beck on 11/28/2007 9:41:50 PM
Here's a few mer
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nov 07

the latest batch. thanks anakin for the tutorial on the pin frog! beautiful
Added by Zlao on 11/28/2007 8:02:26 PM
nov 07
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Glass Explorations

Glass works including some mixed media incorporating sliver, copper, bronze, plastic, rubber, and found objects; and the glass ranges from blown, cast, cut and polished, and sometime all of the above.
Added by Christopher Noel... on 11/27/2007 8:00:46 PM
Glass Explorations
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The Girls

Ladies from across the country and even around the world.
Added by Aymie McKesson on 11/27/2007 7:52:05 PM
The Girls
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The Stooge Art of Shazzbot

Never forget the egg.Lots of fusing, pulling, fusing, pulling..but always the egg.
Added by Chris Juedemann on 11/27/2007 7:27:37 PM
The Stooge Art of Shazzbot
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Bound Beads

More of my industrial style- or goth depending on who you ask.
Added by Aja Vaz on 11/27/2007 6:59:32 PM
Bound Beads
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MARBLES NOV 2007

Jellyfishes,Flowers and Honeycomb.Thanks for looking.
Added by TodMBrown on 11/26/2007 9:46:13 PM
MARBLES NOV 2007
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10 Way Solid 2in. Marble

A recent ten part piece. Thanks for looking.
Added by Gremlin Glass on 11/26/2007 8:08:57 PM
10 Way Solid  2in. Marble
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Steven Tillman

An array of boro paperweights and marbles.
Added by Jellyfish Glass on 11/26/2007 7:53:49 PM
Steven Tillman
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Elephant Vessel

lampworked 25.25 x 18 x 6.5 inches.
Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 11/26/2007 3:48:25 PM
Elephant Vessel
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Butterfly Birth

The birth of a butterfly, This is a jellyfish with a butterfly rising up from within the tentacles this has been alot of work but well worth it. Big Props to Sabina for the inspiration and how to on the butterfly...Thank you for checking them out. JD
Added by JD Anderson on 11/25/2007 3:33:53 PM
Butterfly Birth
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Spiders!!!

Wintertime brings the spiders inside to crawl about our cupboards and closets. These two species are just a small sampling of these fierce, eight-legged wanderers. Made of Effetre glass on a Nortel Minor. Each spider measures approx 2" x 1.5" x 1"
Added by Wesley Fleming on 11/25/2007 12:11:52 PM
Spiders!!!
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Untitled

Cast glass sculpture. 8"X14.5"X2.5"
Added by Terri Stanley on 11/25/2007 11:38:21 AM
Untitled
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A few Spaced Out Marbles

A few space scene marbles I have made in the last few weeks.
Added by Gremlin Glass on 11/25/2007 8:22:51 AM
A few Spaced Out Marbles
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Current Work

Here are a few images of the work that I'm currently producing. As well as blowing glass, I've been a tattoo artist for 10 years now. I've researched, in-depth, the history of tattoos, and there rise to social acceptability. I consciously choose to make my work dealing with the Maori tribes of New Zealand because they had some amazingly pure traditions that were exploited and bastardized by the Europeans settlers. During this exploitation the preserved heads of the tribes loved ones went from being an innocent tradition to being a valuable commodity. The Mokomokai (or preserved/tattooed heads) are some amazing examples of tattooing and scarification from 200+ years ago. These pieces are all blown, sculpted and hand carved.
Added by Slate Grove on 11/24/2007 4:52:10 PM
Current Work
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Reticino.........

Here are a few new hollow one's from the last week or two. Thanks for looking.
Added by Route 66 Glass Works on 11/24/2007 1:04:50 PM
Reticino.........
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