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new cobalt flower

This flower is about 15" tall, I have been keeping these smaller lately to avoid panic when they don't fit in the kiln. The flower itself is made from cobalt tubing backed with white powder and silver strike 5 on it's backside. The foot is mostly amazon bronze.
Added by Devin Somerville on 12/20/2004 7:46:44 AM
new cobalt flower
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"Ancient Sands"

I used multiple encalmos, graal and powders to try to achieve a layered, desert effect. The skull stopper is hollow, so the piece wouldn't be top heavy. The graal stem symbols are from cave drawings. approximately 18" tall. This piece was juried for the 1st All Texas Glass Exhibit at the Galveston Arts Center March 5 thru April 17th. www.galvestonartcenter.org
Added by Boxfanwilly on 12/19/2004 8:37:55 PM
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Inspiration from times in Africa

Shaman. I'm going to do a few more of these! Fun
Added by EZeddy on 12/18/2004 5:50:50 PM
Inspiration from times in Africa
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African Spirit Shield - Yellow Giraffe

In many cultures, shields and spears were used not only as defensive weapons, but also as decorative or ritual objects filled with symbolic meaning. While some functioned as weapons, many, however, were solely for ceremonial use, or displayed for prestige or status. As in almost all indigenous cultures, animals play an important role in spiritual rituals. This work is a continuation of my exploration into the spiritual relationship between man and animals. Fused, enameled, sandblasted glass with cast glass giraffe head in center.
Added by Avery Anderson Gl... on 12/16/2004 12:35:56 PM
African Spirit Shield - Yellow Giraffe
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Elephant platter from the Vanishing Links series

"Vanishing Links" is my third major series and is devoted to the endangered species of the world, many of whom are on the verge of extinction, with the hope of bringing attention to their struggle for survival. The center area features an original pen and ink drawing of a head study of an African Elephant. The four masks are interpretations of African designs from the west Africa region. Masks represent the faces of higher beings: of spirits, gods, and ancestors. An African textile pattern is located between the masks. The border herd of elephants and spears at the top and bottom represent the elephants struggle for survival due to illegal poaching.
Added by Avery Anderson Gl... on 12/16/2004 12:16:34 PM
Elephant platter from the Vanishing Links series
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Fountain 2002

Here are more pictures of the fountain.The glass is all Soda-Lime Float.The colored glass is an enamel that is no longer available.Enjoy and thank you for looking!
Added by Fred Rossi on 12/16/2004 10:26:28 AM
Fountain 2002
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Royal Glass Design by Sergio Golod & Marcela Rosemberg

Royal Glass Design specializes in one-of-a-kind glass dinnerware and decorative art work in fused glass. In their Prince Edward Island studio on the east coast of Canada, artisans Sergio Golod and Marcela Rosemberg create each piece as a fine handcrafted original. Featuring bright colours and patterns, the Royal Glass Design collection includes dinnerware, serving pieces, accessories and more!
Added by Marcela Rosemberg... on 12/16/2004 5:10:09 AM
Royal Glass Design by Sergio Golod & Marcela Rosemberg
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Gundi

Each of Gundi's pieces is painstakingly created. Plate glass is cut into small pieces, then tumbled to remove sharp edges, and fused with an ultra-strong bonding adhesive into a multifaceted sculpture. Such pieces glint beautifully in the sunlight during the day, and form spectacular table centre-pieces at night, especially when illuminated from below or with spot lighting from above. Gundi's sculptural works reveal shapes that contrast strongly with regularly layered levels of glass. This year she has continued to infuse many of her pieces with bold, colorful edging, which can be fully customized according to taste. Clients have the option of ordering sculptures that use crisp and clear premium Starphire glass as the base material - Starphire gives a wonderfully clean look and an added dimension of contrast with the edging. New this year is a blue glass which complements the regular green, smoky charcoal and clear Starphire.
Added by Gundi on 12/15/2004 5:55:55 AM
Gundi
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Jellyfish ( neon & glass )

The most dramatic sculptures from Ehlenberger's "Venusian World," the luminous "Jellyfish" suspend in mid-air, glowing with a life of their own. Individually hand-blown by the artist with careful attention to detail, the neon tentacles radiate with rich subtle hues. Each "Jellyfish" is unique and is powered by a 12VDC adaptor with plugs into a standard 110V electric outlet and is suspended from the celing by a thin acrylic-coated stainless steel cable. While strong enough to display individually, the "Jellyfish" have an especially powerful impact when displayed in a group.
Added by Eric Ehlenberger on 12/11/2004 8:29:20 PM
Jellyfish ( neon & glass  )
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"Seasons" Series

These fused art glass pieces are some of my most popular. They are from my "Seasons" series. Each piece is approximately one half inch thick and all require slow firing and exstensive cold work.
Added by Dcartglass By Rob... on 12/11/2004 7:01:35 PM
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12/04 uv continued

Same marble, same set up, different camera. 5mp
Added by Josh Sable on 12/9/2004 12:55:39 PM
12/04 uv continued
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bowls and plates with stands

these plates and bowls were made a few months back. All are 4 piece encalmo seals flared to 9-10 inch diameters. Each have a glass stand to sit on. Gee do I need some kevlar sleeves.
Added by Devin Somerville on 12/9/2004 8:33:25 AM
bowls and plates with stands
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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.
Added by Steve Sizelove on 12/6/2004 10:38:35 PM
Artifact Vessels
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2004 Artist's Open House

Pictures of my house prior to the event (the displays, etc)
Added by Young Designs on 12/6/2004 2:15:19 PM
2004 Artist's Open House
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THE RESIDENTS 1998 (Liner collection)

This is a piece in honor of the band called The Residents from SF. Its made with some eye murrini I made and a flying eyeball on the back. Also notice the stealyourface murinni on the tophat. :sorry, it is not for sale it is currently part of the oldest and largest collection of my work held by Josh Liner(Liniage Gallery Burlington VT.)
Added by Daniel Benway on 12/4/2004 3:51:58 PM
THE RESIDENTS  1998 (Liner collection)
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CHANDELIERS

This is an extended gallery off or our main website, BrottWorks.com Visit our two other galleries: PRINTMAKING SCULPTURE BrottWorks is UL listed company.
Added by Andrew Brott - Br... on 12/3/2004 2:37:16 AM
CHANDELIERS
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WARD OFF THE EVIL!!!

A great gift for someone or for yourself.. These evil eyes I made of borosilicate glass. I made the silver bezel setting out of sterling silver. This particular one sold right away but I could make similar...
Added by Rhonda on 12/2/2004 9:26:58 AM
WARD OFF THE EVIL!!!
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