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Sea Turtles. 12.2009

Here are a couple variations on a sea turtle I have been working on. Pics turned out a little dark this time. Ill work on getting some better ones. Im very happy with how this design has progressed.
Added by Raydog on 12/25/2009 7:20:38 AM
Sea Turtles.  12.2009
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Image Vortices

***These are a couple of dichro image ideas since I have some sitting around... Thanks for checking them out... Stan***
Added by Starroots on 12/24/2009 7:12:39 PM
Image Vortices
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untitled

Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 12/24/2009 9:26:13 AM
untitled
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Fade From Black

Flameworked Glass with a welded steel frame. Was going to call this one Fade to Black but since the horizon finally seems to have some light showing I thought fade from black seemed more appropriate.
Added by Lindemann Glass on 12/17/2009 10:22:26 PM
Fade From Black
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***Glopal Heart***

***Heres another experiment with UV... Thanks for looking. Stan***
Added by Starroots on 12/17/2009 6:02:39 PM
***Glopal Heart***
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'Synergy' by Mark Leputa in collaboration w/ Jeff Ballard

This piece was made in collaboration with Jeff Ballard (Eugene, OR). We were roommates at the Pilchuck Glass School. Being fans of each others work a collaboration seemed only natural. ‘Synergy’ is the outcome of two very different and distinct styles working together. Jeff did all of the hot work (retticello and overlay) and I was left with the ‘blank’ to do all of the coldwork (cutting, polishing, and lense-work). This piece will be available at the Pilchuck 2009 auction. olive over white over hyacinth with white retticello inside blown, cut, and polished glass 9" x 6.5" x 5.5" 2009 Pilchuck, Session 1 view some of Jeff’s work at: http://www.jeffballardglass.com
Added by Mark Leputa on 12/16/2009 7:48:20 PM
'Synergy' by Mark Leputa in collaboration w/ Jeff Ballard
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user_8403's Gallery

Added by User8403 on 12/16/2009 7:35:13 PM
user_8403's Gallery
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Mermaid Set

Mermaid Set with matching candle holders. Cup : 15" h x 5" w x 5" d Poseidon on cup Mermaids on holders. This piece wraps up my sealife work for now. Moving on to some new things for the new year. Happy New year to all. See you in 2010!
Added by Adam Who on 12/16/2009 12:30:14 AM
Mermaid Set
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The Watcher

The All-Seeing Watcher!
Added by DeMoss on 12/15/2009 5:03:12 PM
The Watcher
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Polar Bear

This is another addition to my endangered animal series. This piece stands at 23 inches tall and six inches at its widest point. Thanks for looking!!!
Added by Kiva on 12/14/2009 6:07:07 PM
Polar Bear
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Jade Paradise

went for something a bit simpler this time. Figure I need to make some chandeliers that I can sell for less. Same deal as the others, flameworked glass attached to a welded steel frame. 2'w x 3'H Hope you like it. TL
Added by Lindemann Glass on 12/11/2009 10:00:33 AM
Jade Paradise
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Urban Botanicals

I made this about a year ago for the first Glass show i did. The Best Bead Show. and what a fun show! It was my first Mixed Media piece and i loved it. I have only done a couple more since this, but next time im thinking a lot Larger! It now resides in the collection of Margaret Zinnser. Thank for looking!
Added by CalvinMickle on 12/10/2009 12:42:17 PM
Urban Botanicals
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Intersections of instinct

Kiln formed with multiple firings of multiple layers with dry applied colored glass powder for imagery. Then fused into a 1/2 inch sheet which was slumped to form. Hand wrought stand formed from copper sheet.
Added by Stan Harmon on 12/10/2009 4:46:50 AM
Intersections of instinct
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Shark Set

Shark sculpture cup with matching candle holders. Cup : 14" h x 5" w x 5" d Macco Shark's on cup Hammerhead's on handle holders
Added by Adam Who on 12/8/2009 6:30:52 PM
Shark Set
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Facehuggers

Thanks to Jake Lien for connecting the dots and making the suggestion. These are based on the facehuggers from ALIEN fame. I've become a bit obsessed with these ...
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 12/7/2009 3:57:54 AM
Facehuggers
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'Harvest' by Mark Leputa

My first engraved and enameled piece. This marks a new level for me in surface texture and treatment. The engraved lines were cut with a V-wheel and then painted with low-fire enamels. The pattern is representative of crops and irrigation circles that were visible from my plane window while flying west to Pilchuck Glass School. This piece was also inspired by artist Aaron Turner’s illustrations. blown, cut, polished, engraved, and enameled glass gold ruby over white over lime with white enamel paint 10.5" x 6" x 6" 2009 Pilchuck, Session 1
Added by Mark Leputa on 12/6/2009 10:19:14 PM
'Harvest' by Mark Leputa
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'Squooze' by Mark Leputa

The second of my ‘Capsules’ series. ‘Squooze’ (pronounced skwohs) is representative of interpersonal constraints and the clarity that can be found when seeing situations in a new light. blown, cut, epoxied, sandblasted glass copper blue and indigo 23" x 6" x 6" 2009 AL
Added by Mark Leputa on 12/3/2009 7:54:42 PM
'Squooze' by Mark Leputa
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"FORM & GRACE"

WITH LIFE AND ART I THRIVED "IN PURSUIT TO FIND THE ESSENCE OF THESE TWO WORDS". WITH THIS PIECE I FIND MY SELF CLOSER TO IT IN MY ART. WITH MY DAUGHTER,MOTHER AND WIFE I FIND IT MORE IN MY LIFE. WITH THIS SAID, I INSIGHT HOPE THAT YOU ALL WILL FIND THE ESSENCE OF THESE TWO WORDS IN YOU PATH IN YOUR OWN LIFE WALK.......by JOHN W. ROBERTS
Added by Forward Motion Art on 12/2/2009 5:35:09 PM
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Sable / Kondo Collaboration

Six Collaboration marbles with my friend Yoshinori Kondo and myself.
Added by Josh Sable on 12/1/2009 8:17:26 PM
Sable / Kondo Collaboration
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"Vietnamese Bamboo"

"Vietnamese bamboo" is a new series that i have decided to add to my sculptures. I am able to make a lot of ideas in to motion with the class that i just took last month. I'm exited to share with everyone the evolution of my are.Critters and bugs on the next ones.thank you for viewing.-John W. Roberts
Added by Forward Motion Art on 12/1/2009 5:06:54 PM
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