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Andrew Meyer New Work

This is the remainder of the work made during my time at Salem. Thanks for looking. More to come soon. Drew
Added by Andrew Meyer on 4/30/2007 8:30:29 PM
Andrew Meyer New Work
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I Make Money, Money Doesn't Make Me.

sculpture of an American $100 bill. lampworked borosilicate glass. sandblasted. april 2007. almost to scale. the first in a series of sculptures of money. what can i say, i love making money!!!!
Added by Slinger on 4/30/2007 3:15:44 PM
I Make Money, Money Doesn't Make Me.
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Bird Studies

These pieces are a group shot and a couple individual shots of a series I made for a gallery here in Cleveland. Just another set within my current body of bird studies.
Added by Chadd Lacy on 4/30/2007 11:22:43 AM
Bird Studies
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petrified pipe/ sand river find

this specimen was discovered near the banks of the sand river. over the course of time this river has nurtured a multitude of civilizations and changed it course countless times. according to geochronology, the artifact dates back 75 to 80 B.C., predating the portland vase..stunning evidence that glass was manipulated far earlier than we have been led to believe. due to the fragilty of the piece, the matrix will recieve no further removal. near by petroglyphs indicate this culture was heavily dedicated to smoking rituals. much more to be revealed.
Added by Bearclaw on 4/30/2007 11:04:02 AM
petrified pipe/ sand river find
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The test of a knight ...

The first movie in the original Star Wars trilogy (now SW4 I think) Obi Wan scares away the sand people by using the force to mimic a call ... C3PO walks across the dune sea in the Tatooine desert, a giant skeleton in the background ... after filming, the crew left the skeleton prop in the Tunisian desert ... it remains there until this day. Both the call made by Obi Wan and the skeleton came from a Krayt Dragon. A giant lizard living in the hostile waste that is Tatooine ... they never stop growing. Like many lizards, the gigantic Krayt will swallow rocks to help grind up the food they eat ... such as whole banthas! The smoothest of these stones found inside a Krayt Dragon are called "dragon pearls" and can be used in lieu of "force amplifying crystals" (found in the caves of Ilum) to focus and intensify the beam from a lightsaber. Often the test of a young jedi adept into knighthood is the slaying of just such a giant Krayt Dragon ... May the force be with you if you ever come across one.
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 4/30/2007 4:41:42 AM
The test of a knight ...
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All Jellyfish 2007

Back with some fresh jellyfish. Hope you like this one. It is a new tech I have been perfecting. Size is aproximately an inch and a half. Colors are- Green Exotic, Silver Strike #5, Red Exotic, and Blue Moon cane work. Still have work to do, but all in all I like this one.Thank you for looking! **Peace..JD Anderson
Added by JD Anderson on 4/29/2007 11:35:58 AM
All Jellyfish 2007
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Textured & Cobalt Pod Goblets

Added by Borealis Glass on 4/28/2007 7:10:01 AM
Textured & Cobalt Pod Goblets
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Underwater Vegetation

15" tall by 10" at the base. Kind of Mickelsen-esque but it was mainly inspired by a recent snorkeling adventure in the bahamas.
Added by Rosario Anastasi Jr on 4/26/2007 9:25:07 AM
Underwater Vegetation
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Vorcello ( Marriage of Vortex and Ratty)

1 & 3/4 I had to put this one in two categories. I have had this one on my mind for awhile. This is a vortex that has a reticello built around it. I think this one is worth developing. The vortex should to be reworked with a fresher concept but I got to start some where. The coolest part is pulling the termination for the vortex and the ratty at the same time. 4/25/07
Added by Travis Weber on 4/26/2007 12:18:07 AM
Vorcello   ( Marriage of Vortex and Ratty)
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Jellyfish sculpture

Just trying a little something new with my jellyfish sculptures. The anemone is Momkas silver beach, jellyfish head gold fumed and the base is sandblasted. Stands 8-3/4" tall Thanks for looking...
Added by Stephan Pope on 4/24/2007 4:32:22 PM
Jellyfish sculpture
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Starburst Chandelier and Sconce

Starburst Chandelier and Sconce. The chandelier alone has 225 points assembled to a large welded steel frame. Around five feet tall, each point is sandblasted and hand oil painted. The sconce has twelve points created in the same style. Custom order that took twelve hours to assemble on-site. Thanks for looking, and more importantly thanks to the Bucci's for supporting this artist.
Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 4/24/2007 5:55:43 AM
Starburst Chandelier and Sconce
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Will You Marry Me?

This is a glass my brother had me make with about one hour's notice. Putting a several thousand dollar diamond 1 1/2" from a flame will definately test your confidence, and give you the shakes like your first day of blowing glass with 20 people watching. $$$$$BLING-BLING$$$$$$
Added by Route 66 Glass Works on 4/19/2007 2:17:38 PM
Will You Marry Me?
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Starry Center

Here is my first try using the marketplace.... we'll see how it goes!
Added by Sabina on 4/18/2007 2:55:58 PM
Starry Center
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i'iwi in akala

Added by Jupiter Nielsen on 4/17/2007 10:03:35 PM
i'iwi in akala
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Keith Bryan

Added by Keith Bryan on 4/17/2007 6:39:02 AM
Keith Bryan
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Randy Comer, Kiln-formed Glass

Textiles are just a starting point for design inspiration, but the finished pieces still make you wonder until you get up close.
Added by Randy Comer on 4/16/2007 1:16:36 PM
Randy Comer, Kiln-formed Glass
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Teaching in Red Deer

I am teaching a beginners flameworking class from june 18th to june 22st and i still have few places left. If you want to have a solid basic technique as well as crazy innovative one it,s the class for you . www.rdc.ab.ca/continuingeducation/visual_arts/series/index.html
Added by Cedric Ginart on 4/16/2007 11:44:31 AM
Teaching in Red Deer
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Implosion Pendant

Just a new one. Came out pretty nice. Sorry about dark pics. This one was really hard to photograph.
Added by Route 66 Glass Works on 4/16/2007 11:14:02 AM
Implosion Pendant
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weber/ gong collab 3.2007

Travis Weber graced my studio with his presence a couple of days before the Fullerton marble show in Southern California last month. We made 10 collaboration marbles while he was here. This is the only one i got to photograph ... doh! Working with others is always inspiring and hangin with Travis was no exception. We both have a slightly different bag of tricks and different ways of working the glass and colors. It was a lot of fun with little sleep and tons of rockstar (all him) I think he drank like 20 cans of that shit LOL
Added by Mike Gong on 4/15/2007 5:18:21 PM
weber/ gong collab 3.2007
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Sunsets

From the Great Pyramid of Gaza, we then traveled through the deserts of central and southern Africa, catching a plane back to the West Coast of Ca., we found ourselves checking out the local lighthouses. I actually went out for field research on the lighthouse marbles. The trees depicted are Monterey Cypress, photos taken from the local groves next to the SC Lighthouse, the lighthouses are also a product from photographs I have taken. Here's a few more, I would've uploaded pictures of all of them and their views, but dial-up sucks.
Added by Kaj Beck on 4/14/2007 11:44:59 PM
Sunsets
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