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Marks Roses

This boquet of roses was commissioned as a gift for Marks Mother...the feather accents are dyed peacock feathers
Added by Julie R. Riggs on 12/23/2010 11:45:22 PM
Marks Roses
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Tree of Life

Made by Raymond Mifsud. Represents 173 people who dies in the Australian bush fires in Victoria. 173 flowers to represent the dead and charred branches. The tips have new growth to represent new life.Finalist in 2010 Ranamok Glass Prize, Australia. Sold to Corning Museum, Corning NEW YORK. USA
Added by Raymond Mifsud on 12/19/2010 11:16:54 PM
Tree of Life
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New works

Starting making some marbles again. Thought these were some good ones. Some of these are still available here: http://www.tiemeyerglass.com/dec1marbs.html
Added by Kenan Tiemeyer on 12/18/2010 5:55:08 PM
New works
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Bee Blowout

Electroforming many different materials to see what works. All natural elements are found and did not disturb the habitat or lives of the creatures that are included in the work. Thx to Troy Bennett for help with electroforming.
Added by Dave Park on 12/17/2010 8:16:35 AM
Bee Blowout
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Milli-eater Goblets

Found time to make a few more goblets with milli-eater stems. Hope to make more soon. Fun and addictive. Thanks for looking.
Added by Josh Kennedy on 12/14/2010 8:19:58 AM
Milli-eater Goblets
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Ocelot

A friend ordered an ocelot for a Christmas gift so I busted this guy out a few days ago. It is 8 inches tall and weighs over 1 lb. It is made with Caramel, Portland Gray, Onyx, and Star White. But mostly caramel. The body is hollow and the legs, head, and tail are solid.
Added by Matt Tyner on 12/12/2010 1:07:39 PM
Ocelot
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Marble Mania..............

These are a few marbles from last week, Thanks for taking a look.-Rich www.route66glassworks.com
Added by Route 66 Glass Works on 12/11/2010 12:02:43 PM
Marble Mania..............
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~*Aina*~

Added by Tracy Jerrell Akhtar on 12/10/2010 3:13:11 PM
~*Aina*~
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Electroform Samples

Been copper electroforming many things lately, here are a few samples. These are cast, flameworked, and natural objects.
Added by Dave Park on 12/9/2010 6:13:55 PM
Electroform Samples
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"Hanging Garden"

Flameworked glass with a welded steel frame. 40"W x 36"H
Added by Lindemann Glass on 12/5/2010 3:05:05 PM
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Pink Flower and Butterfly Marble

Butterflies are flying around two kinds of pink flowers.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 12/3/2010 9:53:25 PM
Pink Flower and Butterfly Marble
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Snowflakes on Old Rose

Snowflakes are falling over old rose flowers. It is good for winter holiday.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 12/3/2010 9:47:14 PM
Snowflakes on Old Rose
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Kilo of Cane

Made this run of canes a while back and never got around to posting them here. It has taken countless hours of research, practice, failures and triumphs to get my milli work where I wanted it but finally I feel confident with my skills in this facet of lampworking and look forward to continuing to push myself. I never would have been able to figure out everything that goes into making these without the help and encouragement from a few fellow artists so I would like to say thanks to, AK, Dave Strobel, Travis Chaudoir, the melting pot and anyone who has ever purchased and used my canes. thanks for looking
Added by Josh Kennedy on 12/1/2010 7:43:26 PM
Kilo of Cane
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"Courage Revealed" - sold

Molten colors boil up as a symbol of courage...contained here by the calm stripes of the gently curved shield (approx. 9"h X 12.5"w)
Added by C. Gyori on 12/1/2010 11:24:56 AM
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