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montauge vases

Added by Tim Carruthers on 2/29/2004 1:26:45 AM
montauge vases
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Pipe Dreams

Added by Tim Carruthers on 2/29/2004 1:22:02 AM
Pipe Dreams
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The evolution of a vase

I finally found the missing lnks! The full evolution has been determend. Now you can see the evolution from infinity to a fully developed style of vesell. The smallest one is: 3.5" tall, 4" wide, and 1" deep The largest one is 9" tall, 6" wide, and 2" deep.
Added by Tim Carruthers on 2/18/2004 8:06:44 PM
The evolution of a vase
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Skeleton Lady

this is a nice piece- she stands about 13i nches tall and has removable roses in her hand- Silver fume roses pattern her dress and hat.
Added by Amber Pellegrini on 2/13/2004 12:03:31 AM
Skeleton Lady
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abstract hanging sculpture

I made this piece in mid-September of 2003. 11.5 inches wide by 14.5 inches tall. Making this piece was a real challenge size wise. It just barely fit in my kiln. In fact, it would only fit if positioned at one exact angle with one certain side facing up. Entire piece was made with clear rod and then fumed silver. I'm planning on constructing a stand for it soon.
Added by Jeremy Bizzano on 2/11/2004 1:21:13 AM
abstract hanging sculpture
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Elio Quarisa and George Kennard

Elio Quarisa and George Kennard at Corning putting together a giant candelabra in the hot shop. The energy was intense and the foot and cup cracked, so they lost this one. However after lunch George started an entire new matching piece without Elio and succesfully got it into the annealer with the help of students in the the workshop. You had to be there to really gauge the size of this monstrosity!!! Amazing! Enjoy the pics. Steve Gelb
Added by Buttermilkstudios on 2/8/2004 1:30:30 PM
Elio Quarisa and George Kennard
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Freestanding Pieces

Kiln formed glass art.
Added by Sherry Salito-For... on 2/7/2004 2:45:46 PM
Freestanding Pieces
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a few fused pendants

I just got in to fusing. I really enjoy layering patterns over patterns.
Added by Jeremy Bizzano on 2/7/2004 1:41:18 PM
a few fused pendants
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Chihuly Conservatory Exhibit in Cols, OH

Here's some of my favorite pics I shot at the Chihuly exhibit at Franklin Park Conservatory in Columbus, Ohio on Feb. 4, 2004. If there are any of these exhibits going on anywhere close to you, I highly recommend you go. You can find out more at www.Chihuly.com. GlassArtists.Org admin, if this gallery is too big, I apologize, please let me know or just go ahead and delete as you see fit.
Added by Jeremy Bizzano on 2/5/2004 2:59:01 AM
Chihuly Conservatory Exhibit in Cols, OH
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New Gallery Page

"Arternity" 2002 Borosilicate Glass 46"H Photo by Russell Johnson
Added by Marcel Braun on 2/3/2004 10:41:40 PM
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skeleton wedding goblets

these goblets are huge- there 16 inches tall- the pics are kinda washed out -but the details are great.- i forgot to put the roses in her hand when i took the pictures --they're removable for shipping purposes and add are nice touch--she has a bow on the back of her skirt and he's got a top hat and tux on- these two are really one of a kind
Added by Amber Pellegrini on 2/3/2004 10:32:52 PM
skeleton wedding goblets
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Cricket's Plates

Added by Jimny Cricket on 2/3/2004 10:07:40 PM
Cricket's Plates
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glass menorah with dicro

Added by Frito on 2/2/2004 12:29:07 PM
glass menorah with dicro
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Glass Castings

Kiln fired castings made with custom created molds
Added by PaperFibe on 2/2/2004 8:18:22 AM
Glass Castings
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Penland August 2003

Class instructors Lucio Bubacco and Paul Stankard. The focus of this class was to create (as a class) three panels depicting the Devine Comedy. The pics in this group are the components of each panel Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory before they were cast into panels. There are also photos of our class and Lucio and Paul and me. Special Thanks to Andy (Andrew Jackson Pollack, pictured in the lower right of the class photo)for sending me the Photos!!!
Added by Julie R. Riggs on 2/2/2004 12:11:27 AM
Penland August 2003
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Brian Gingras Hand Blown Bowls and Vases

Hand blown vases and bowl.
Added by Bgingras on 2/1/2004 6:47:29 AM
Brian Gingras Hand Blown Bowls and Vases
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