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Jellyfish

Came up with the idea of how to make these jellyfish about a year ago but got too busy and never perfected it so I decided to try again. Still not quite there but I think I will be able to make some good sized Jellyfish with this method. 4.5" H
Added by Lindemann Glass on 2/28/2007 9:45:46 PM
Jellyfish
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white trash

more of the same, just better photo quality and composition.. p.s. i'm going to New Dynasty this weekend for my first workshop of the season. i'm really looking forward to all the sorts that i'll meet this year at my various classes. come on out, lets B some G!!
Added by Matthew Eskuche on 2/28/2007 9:05:24 PM
white trash
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Murrini Columns

Some new pieces I made last week at the Contemporary Studio of Glass Art. A new way for me to show the murrinis and fake-a-chello's off on a larger scale. 10"-11" tall. ~2/07~ Pictures by Adam Goff
Added by Alex Ubatuba on 2/26/2007 8:40:33 PM
Murrini Columns
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New sculptural work

Approx. 8 inches tall. Solid squid. Caramel and blue moon. Thanks for looking!
Added by Jeremy Sinkus on 2/26/2007 7:14:12 PM
New sculptural work
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Nefertiti Murini

Portrait of Nefertiti queen, just few days old,started about two years ago...
Added by Lunacy on 2/26/2007 12:43:02 PM
Nefertiti Murini
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February's Marbles

I have been focusing on my surface working. It is really fun and I have learned a lot from viewing my contemporaries work. Josh Sable, Mike Gong, Nate Miers, John Kobuki, Eric Anders, Chris Rice, Kenan Tiemeyer and everyone one that posts on this site. I definitely try to speak with my own voice but with out seeing everyone elses work, my work would not be. Thats one of the reasons we call it a "glass community" I think I take a little from everyone and hope I can give back just the same. Take what you want and leave the rest. Observing many artists and trying to apply all the desired qualities of each to your own work. I think thats one way many artists grow. Same thing with paintng or music. With dedication you become a little bit of all the artist that inspire you. Or like passing the torch, you can pick up where another artist left off.
Added by Travis Weber on 2/23/2007 9:45:22 PM
February's Marbles
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Portland Vase Study by Lesley Pyke

To recreate the scene Cameo Engraved 2000 years ago has been my ambition for a long time. This is my first effort which I have enjoyed beyond words. I have hand engraved it(drill) on a large Tudor Crystal Challice. I am now studying more about the many theories as to who these figures are...Fascinating! Does anyone know of any other hand engraved crystal copies? If you are not familiar with the ancient original Portland Vase, it is worth reading about in an encyclopedia site.
Added by Lesley Pyke on 2/23/2007 7:44:50 AM
Portland Vase Study by Lesley Pyke
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Faun and Nymph dancing

This is a pair of sculptures of a nymph and a faun dancing. the bases are cast by Laurie from flameworking soda frit. figures by Chris
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 2/22/2007 5:31:59 PM
Faun and Nymph dancing
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Tucson Flame Off 2007

Added by Meltdown on 2/22/2007 2:37:33 AM
Tucson Flame Off 2007
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2007 Tucson Flame Off 1st Place Marble

Yes it's true, to my surprise, I won 1st Place in the marble category at the 2007 Sonoran Glass Art Academy Flame Off in Tucson, AZ. This is the only picture I have of the winning marble (Photo: Brian Bowden). I had never participated in a flame off before (observed two) and the most I was really hoping for was that I would make a round marble within the time limit and would not break anything, cause any bloodshed, or embarrass myself too badly. Oh yeah, and a few free beers. I was slightly nervous and a little startled to find myself torching next to Bandhu Dunham. Thank goodness he does not make marbles. Thirty minutes before the flame off I had no idea what I was gonna make but somehow an idea came to me. And here it is. It's a variation of my air trap anemone design with a 3 color pinstriped vortex behind it. On the back was a simple three color pinwheel flower design. I finished with 8 minutes to spare. The marble sold for $275 in the silent auction. A record price for one of my marbles. So anyway, I was quite happy with my 1st place finish but disappointed that I did not have the marble for my personal collection or even any good pics. So, I decided to repeat the design and several variations. And here they are. I will be doing a limited number of these and they'll be available for purchase soon.
Added by Anakin on 2/21/2007 10:27:47 PM
2007 Tucson Flame Off 1st Place Marble
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Figures over the years

here's just some figures Chris did over the last few years
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 2/21/2007 8:40:29 PM
Figures over the years
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Elephant Candle Holder

Elephant Candle Holder with ruby rod and silver strike powder. Jop.
Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 2/20/2007 3:45:55 PM
Elephant Candle Holder
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Marbles of gerbera flower

Blue, pink and yellow gerbera flowers on the marbles.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 2/19/2007 2:03:32 AM
Marbles of gerbera flower
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Jesus é um fóssil

"the wages of sin is death"
Added by Pakoh on 2/17/2007 10:35:45 PM
Jesus é um fóssil
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HYDRO SPHERES 2007

This is my favorite new marble design!!!! The trick for me goes back to 95. I got it from Bob Snodgrass and used to do it on alot of my pipes. Then it was the background for my skylines and I always wanted to do a whole marble of it.This winter some new technology made it possible to make whole marbles with( texture trapping) on it!!!!!YES!!!!!!!! Ive been making and selling lots of these now as HYDROSPHERES. ( not planets) I love them so much!!!!!
Added by Daniel Benway on 2/17/2007 10:26:43 AM
HYDRO SPHERES  2007
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new new new

ok semi new but theres nothing wrong with a SEMI!
Added by Daniel Benway on 2/16/2007 3:51:30 PM
new new new
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2007 - 02 "some marbles"

Its been a long time since making marbles... I had a few people ask about em' so heres a few. Milli's, opals, silver, and black crammed into a tube makes interstellarness.. this space series is defiately inspired by piper dizzle, gong, and josh simpson.. thats it with marbles for a bit, back to beads and weights..having some camera trouble more pics to come...
Added by Andrew Brown on 2/16/2007 1:24:13 PM
2007 - 02
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self portrait

made this a while ago just figured I would post it
Added by Adam Thomas on 2/13/2007 10:32:47 PM
self portrait
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new ones for 07

Added by Kobuki on 2/13/2007 8:54:34 PM
new ones for 07
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Crazy Birds and Friends

Exploring the shape and essence of a bird, I have decided to focus on a birds interaction with its environment and take advantage of their wonderful variety of color in an abstract way. I am continually experimenting with pairing glass, metal and other mediums. I enjoy soldering and welding and am using this series to express different combinations.
Added by Ro S Glass World on 2/13/2007 6:52:04 AM
Crazy Birds and Friends
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