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austinflameworks.com

Flameworks Glass Gallery and Studio is a family owned and operated art gallery and working glass studio. We also stock a large selection of Borosilicate glass including tubes, rods, and color. We are located in historic Travis Heights in Austin Texas.
Added by Flameworks on 5/31/2007 11:47:58 PM
austinflameworks.com

Hollow Studded Boro Bead

This bead was created using Momka's Infinity II, Brilliant Blue, and Unobtanium. Made with a tube and kiln annealed. Fun to make, but hard to get both sides symmetrical. I'll keep trying and post more of these. I like this style with or with out studs. The holes are about 9mm in diameter. This hollow is about an inch wide and an inch long. Pretty good size for a slider necklace. Sold
Added by Tokens Glass on 5/31/2007 9:48:25 PM
Hollow Studded Boro Bead

HST, Ali, Many

Added by Chris Juedemann on 5/31/2007 6:26:14 PM
HST, Ali, Many

Anemone Pendant

This is actually the first piece I've ever signed. So I guess you could call it my signature piece. Very fun to make they allow you to be completely creative because you can not make two the same. Sold
Added by Tokens Glass on 5/31/2007 2:05:11 PM
Anemone Pendant

Flower Pendant

These pendants are very simple to work. All you really have to know how to do is make, petals stick them together, and fuse to any pendant. They always come out looking cool.
Added by Tokens Glass on 5/31/2007 1:32:10 PM
Flower Pendant

Emilio Santini Class

Some pics from the Emilio Santini class @ Revere last week. What a treat to learn from Emilio. Really cool guy, he makes everything look so easy!! Thanks to Emilio and ACE for coming out, I learned a lot. I didn't even work very much, just watched and learned in awe!! I highly suggest taking his class if your into goblets and venetian style glass.
Added by Garrett Keisling on 5/31/2007 9:47:27 AM
Emilio Santini Class

Button Update 2007

Something new for me! I began making off mandrel buttons last year and am hooked.
Added by NancySellsGlass on 5/31/2007 9:31:53 AM
Button Update 2007

Bead Sets Update 2007

Another update on my beads! This time it's some new bead sets...
Added by NancySellsGlass on 5/31/2007 8:03:45 AM
Bead Sets Update 2007

Focal Update 2007

Time to show some of the new beads I've been making. It's been way too long!
Added by NancySellsGlass on 5/31/2007 7:46:44 AM
Focal Update 2007
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Lion Fish

Glass Fusing 21" x 13 5/8"
Added by Michelle Rial on 5/31/2007 5:55:09 AM
Lion Fish
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Haven't made too many in awhile. Same as they ever was. 2-1/16"

I made a number of these eye marbles a ways back. Used to make them with "Kimble" brand boro that was discontinued in 2003. I have heard from some folks that I can't make them now that the "fume friendly" Kimble does not exist. While the treatment of the newer Kimble (post '03) is different and the results are not quite the same. It is very possible to still make these eye marbles. This one is Kimble on the front and Simax on the back. This is the largest I have made to date. Still a challenge.
Added by Kenan Tiemeyer on 5/31/2007 4:03:35 AM
Haven't made too many in awhile.  Same as they ever was. 2-1/16

Frogs

Frogs...experimentation with Red Reductions...
Added by RAZ on 5/30/2007 8:01:33 PM
Frogs

Going hunting.

A boro disc flip bead that measures approx. 1 3/4" tall by 1" wide. This bead features the hunting cabin where the ammenities are few but the adventures are remembered forever. No running water means the outhouse won't be far away. Ah yes the Outhouse, just around the corner.
Added by DRB Thunderfoot on 5/30/2007 4:59:15 PM
Going hunting.

Mini Big Bang

A little something i'm working on.
Added by WillisGlassArt on 5/30/2007 4:55:31 PM
Mini Big Bang

Grandma's Cabin

This boro bead was made as a disc flip. Grandmas cabin tucked into the spruce trees, the Northern lights raging above with the flowers in granmas garden shining brightly.
Added by DRB Thunderfoot on 5/30/2007 3:32:38 PM
Grandma's Cabin

I love lamp

soft glass shade, boro stem, and copper hardware and grape vine... thanks for looking!!!!
Added by Davidhazlett on 5/30/2007 12:18:59 PM
I love lamp

inside the sphere

this one is called "Inside the Sphere" because when I made it, I was thinking "outside the box" hehe! the lamp itself is copper, the shade is soft glass, (I made that part at trinity studios, thanks guys), and the marble is boro. this was fun to make! thanks for looking.
Added by Davidhazlett on 5/30/2007 12:01:50 PM
inside the sphere

Tiny Turtle Pendant

This was a lot of fun to make very simple, yet elegant and stylish. Creatures area big part of what I do when I make pendants. They are not exactly where I want them to be so far but with everyone I get a little better. So, I'll keep trying. Sold
Added by Tokens Glass on 5/30/2007 8:52:50 AM
Tiny Turtle Pendant

ART IN GLASS Gallery

FUSING GLASS
Added by Banias on 5/30/2007 5:36:55 AM
ART IN GLASS Gallery

Butterfly Goblets

A set of glasses I made last week with butterfly marbles built into the stem. One stands 9 1/2", the other is 10" tall. Thanks for looking!! -chris
Added by Christopher Rice on 5/30/2007 4:17:40 AM
Butterfly Goblets
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