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California Glass Exchange 2004

Added by Todd Lewis on 3/27/2004 11:58:36 PM
California Glass Exchange 2004
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Marcel Braun@Buttermilk studios

Pics of the Marcel Braun workshop at Buttermilk Studios in Ithaca NY march 23rd 24th 25th. An excellent workshop with plenty of demos and construction all leading up to a climatic extra large collaborative piece. Everyone made parts while Marcel began the construction process. The piece went into overtime on the third evening barely getting finished before a late night sushi/hibachi japanese dinner. I hope you enjoy the pics! A big thanks to everone who attended. Steve Gelb and the folks here at the studio. Next up to bat...JASON LEE APRIL 17TH AND 18TH THERES A FEW SPOTS LEFT. E-MAIL INFO@BUTTERMILKGLASS.COM OR CALL 607-316-1455.
Added by Buttermilkstudios on 3/26/2004 8:20:47 AM
Marcel Braun@Buttermilk studios
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Matisse

Matisse style marble 1-3/8". First marble created using Moretti/Effetre Ivory, Coral, Beige base, swirled Browns, and a touch of blue with fine black lines running throughout.
Added by Glass Chef Studio... on 3/26/2004 5:08:53 AM
Matisse
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JP

Meet Promiscua, a character from my S&M sculpture series. She and the gimp stand 10"x8" and is made from all Northstar colors. Enjoy
Added by Jp on 3/25/2004 9:28:53 AM
JP
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Here come the "bugs".

Here come the "bugs' Dichroic glass is the perfect medium to make beautiful fused "bugs". The glass seems to capture the movement of the butterflies, dragonflies and scarab. The bugs are always very happy to become a shimmering piece of jewelry and then to be adopted by an appreciative new home.
Added by Pam Wein Grimes on 3/24/2004 9:36:46 PM
Here come the
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Abstractions!

These cabochons are not your ordinary cabs...not for the timid and pure dichroic glass. Enjoy!
Added by Designercabs on 3/24/2004 12:38:58 PM
Abstractions!
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triple neck vase

This triple neck vase made from a amber purple, green exotic, cobalt. and twilight overlay. It is 12" tall, 8" wide, and 4" deep. This is probably one of the largest ones that I have made.
Added by Tim Carruthers on 3/24/2004 11:19:29 AM
triple neck vase
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Kilnformed sculpture

Added by Jackie Beckman on 3/23/2004 4:44:19 AM
Kilnformed sculpture
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Structured Alien Images

A new series....wildly abstract beads with a more consistent and structured form.
Added by Sherry Bellamy on 3/19/2004 5:52:35 PM
Structured Alien Images
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How A Glass Blower Holds His Pants UP

This is for Ericka. In the message forum Ericka was asking about Glass Belt Buckles and these are for her. The hardest part is finding the metal backing in a usable size. I am searching for smaller backs so that I can make pieces more appropriate for a smaller lady.
Added by Newbery Art Glass on 3/11/2004 7:52:45 AM
How A Glass Blower Holds His Pants UP
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Free Form Sculptures

These sculpture's are fairley heafty pieces, 6-9 inches wide, 6-8 inches tall and almost 2 inches thick. Each piece varies
Added by Alex Ubatuba on 3/1/2004 6:52:50 PM
Free Form Sculptures
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Just For The Fun Of It!

These are some really fun beads!
Added by Moonbeads Glass Art on 3/1/2004 11:05:10 AM
Just For The Fun Of It!
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