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2005 - 05 "Uranium Opal Geode"

This oval shaped geode features a fumed uranium honeycomb, with a brilliant white opal in the center. The curved window reveals layers of blues, ambers, and yellows. Behind the honeycomb is a layer of green gold, and red dichroic glass. The outside has a natural texture, that has been fumed with gold for a metalic effect. The piece measures 2.9"w x 1.5"h. The blacklight glow is hard to capture in a photograph, still working on that. Thanks for looking...
Added by Andrew Brown on 5/29/2005 9:34:51 AM
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encalmo vessel w/ stopper

All coil-potted NorthStar color. The vessel alone is 5 oz. of color. It stands approx. 10 inches tall. The bottom of the stopper has an encased opal, I'll add pics of that later. Made late Feb. 2005.
Added by Jeremy Bizzano on 5/25/2005 1:01:53 PM
encalmo vessel w/ stopper
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2005 - 05 "#3"

This piece is #3 in a series that Troy Bennett and I are working on..I have to say in a lot of ways this ones my favorite yet.. Troy managed to pack a bunch of gold fumed dots in this one... This coldworked paperweight features a dynamic fumed organic flower on the inside, with a ton of detail and color. The dome shape accents the amazing flower shape inside, and the window cut reveals layers of blues, greens, ambers and reds. The outside has been heavily textured giving this piece a freshly dug up look.. The base has a small window into the bottom giving it an incredible look when held against a light, also a side view of the flower. This larger weight measures in at 3.5" tall and 2.25" wide.. Thanks for looking
Added by Andrew Brown on 5/20/2005 11:40:34 AM
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Stained Glass Globes

This big globe is eight feet tall and six feet in diameter. It required over 2000 hours in the making and includes all the correct political borders, the four winds, nautical symbols, and the griffin - the guardian of the globe. The harp stand is made of steel and tilts at the same angle as the Earth itself. The globe rotates and is lit from within. The medium globe stands six feet tall and thirty inches in diameter. It required over 350 hours to make and includes most of the same elements as the larger globe.
Added by Lostartstainedglass on 5/18/2005 8:04:21 PM
Stained Glass Globes
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Hip to be square

Hip to be square is filled with blue-green metallic mirrored squares. The great thing about the squares is how deep they appear in hand, very 3 dimensional due to the amount of clear over each one. The mirror effect the squares give is very fun, give it a spin in your hand and watch it reflect light in many ways. The subtle purple fading into blue adds a lot of feeling too. Measuring in at 1.9 inches. Discreetly signed and dated M&M '05.
Added by Eugene Rain on 5/15/2005 3:33:02 PM
Hip to be square
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Sister Fatima

Sculpted Solder on blown glass head, cold stack murinni eyes, cast base, hot pull ribbon details.
Added by Doug Kohlberg on 5/11/2005 11:22:31 AM
Sister Fatima
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Jared Betty

Goblet stands about 12" couple of days to assemble. Going to gallery in Dallas Texas. Made with Pumpkin, Sunshine yellow, Carmen Red, and Obsidian.
Added by Momka S Glass on 5/9/2005 10:50:13 AM
Jared Betty
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On the Beach

Added by Kobuki on 5/1/2005 6:32:55 PM
On the Beach
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