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(( Celestial Series ))

These pieces all spawned off the biggest one. I was trying to create a nice set that each one has its own feeling but all within the same genre. The goal was beinfg simple and classy....thanks for looking .....nate
Added by Nathan Purcell on 4/30/2006 1:09:00 PM
(( Celestial Series ))
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New Work

Recent glass work, thicker in dimension with images drawn many times within the depth of the pieces. Unfortunately the photos do show the true depth of the figures drawn.
Added by Carol Carson on 4/29/2006 1:35:57 PM
New Work
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2006 - 04 "The Bolt" Collaboration

Another piece from me and Troy Bennett.. This one started last time we got together in KC, and sat waiting for the right time to get finished. This one features a large sculpted piece of boro with a bolt penetrating the hole in the middle.. The piece has been wrapped in copper wire and electroformed. The bolt and part of the fossilized teeth have been electroformed as well. A black brown patina was used to give a prehistoric feeling to the piece.. This is one more piece that is definately a push from the norm for both Troy and myself. ........ 9 1/4" tall and a little over 5 1/2" tooth to tooth.
Added by Andrew Brown on 4/28/2006 3:52:28 PM
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2006 - 04 "Fossilized Megalodon Collaboration"

This is a new direction in the ever changing collaboration work between myself and Troy Bennett. This piece has two dichroic galaxys in the center of the pedestal. The surface has been treated with metals and foils, then electroformed with fossilized megalodon and sharks teeth inclusions that are 10-20 million years old. This was the second piece to come out of the newest series, with freeform sculpture and organic mixed media as the focus. This piece measures
Added by Andrew Brown on 4/28/2006 2:31:56 PM
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Artifacts

I want to do a series of beads in a very primative style. Shapes and textures which are very organic and resemble old artifacts, fossils, bones, carved stone tools etc. Here is where I will put them.
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 4/28/2006 12:13:37 PM
Artifacts
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2006 - 04 "Abstract Fern"

This piece is an abstract sculpted fern that has been sandblasted, electroformed, and oil painted. The back panel of the piece is a leaf print painting, using acrylic and organic mixed media. I focused on leaf relief and printing techniques towards the end of my senior year at scad, its good to go back to the canvas...Ive been wanting to push my work off of the table and onto the wall, and Im excited to see where this series ends up..Thanks to Luken, Mickelson and Fero for the inspiration.
Added by Andrew Brown on 4/28/2006 12:08:17 PM
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Rose Bouquet

For a very special person. Chris Roesinger introduced me to this technique, can't thank him enough. Hopefully we can get together again soon Chris!! Thanks for looking! -chris
Added by Christopher Rice on 4/28/2006 5:08:31 AM
Rose Bouquet
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slow orange death

death by goblet tops??? putting this together was really hard.....
Added by Amy Canada Ellenhorn on 4/27/2006 3:10:15 PM
slow orange death
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(( TIE Fighter ))

This piece was inspired by George Lucas's film STAR WARS.I remember as a kid that I really liked these films and I guess subliminally his art in these films has influenced me.....Any way hope you enjoy this piece....thanks Nate...oh yeah it stands 24 inches tall
Added by Nathan Purcell on 4/26/2006 10:09:43 AM
(( TIE  Fighter ))
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~Unobtanium Goblet~

This piece was a gift i made for my roomate Mark...happy b-day!The piece was inspired by an Emilio Santini glass i saw somewhere or another....12"tall X 4" wide. Thanks for looking. >>>Lighting is a little off ....trying some different stuff to get the sparkle of the unobtanium.
Added by Sean Stirling Smiley on 4/24/2006 4:24:16 PM
~Unobtanium Goblet~
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Benway-Kobuki Collaboration

Added by Kobuki on 4/23/2006 10:46:53 AM
Benway-Kobuki Collaboration
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Albuquerque Collaboration

I just got back from visiting Andrew Brown again. These are some of the paperweights we made. Keep your eyes out for the new crazy pieces. We'll have pics soon.
Added by Troy Bennett on 4/20/2006 7:08:35 PM
Albuquerque Collaboration
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Recent Window Marbles

Some recent reversal windows...#13-16
Added by EyeCandyArts on 4/20/2006 6:50:51 PM
Recent Window Marbles
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Incalmania

These are a lot of fun to make but they take a bit of time. Tallest is 14 inches. The shapes are quite old, borrowed from the Romans and the Venetians. Photo by Andrew Rapp.
Added by Jake Vincent on 4/19/2006 2:06:49 PM
Incalmania
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Pipe Chess Set

made in 2004. Oldie but a goodie... Pipes are SOLID between 1-1.5" tall just posting cuz i never put this in my gallery here...
Added by Pakoh on 4/17/2006 4:44:18 PM
Pipe Chess Set
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Rorschach Vase

This piece measures 25"x21"x5". It is titled rorschach after the rorschach ink-blot tests. Different people see different things in the stem so I felt the name was appropriate.
Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 4/16/2006 1:41:14 PM
Rorschach Vase
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fused glass interior decoration

Added by Tomasz Tuszko on 4/16/2006 12:03:02 PM
fused glass interior decoration
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CAN' TINA

It looks like jelly.
Added by Travis Weber on 4/14/2006 1:09:41 PM
CAN' TINA
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ammonite scene

Trying to go with the 250 million year ago look. No flashy fish in this underwater scene. Total hight is 6 inches. Caramel and Exotic green. Thanks for looking.
Added by Jeremy Sinkus on 4/13/2006 7:25:45 AM
ammonite scene
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Lunette's Song

Anthurium andraeanum "Lunette", anthurium crystallinum and spring grass 28" x 18" We learned an emense amount from the previous antheriums so we employed that knowledge to create the better flower. Up to 6 plus hours of work for each pink antherium, but well worth the effort, be sure and click on one of the close-ups to really see the vein work. Lampworked borosilicate glass, sandblasted, painted.
Added by Lucid Visions on 4/12/2006 5:33:50 PM
Lunette's Song
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