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Updated photos of 2006 work

Championship is one of the few goblets I still have around the house.
Added by Rex Trimm on 8/31/2006 10:57:26 AM
Updated photos of 2006 work
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Data beads

This series is inspired by the idea that there have been computers in our life, in one form or another, for thousands of years.
Added by JC Herrell on 8/30/2006 1:23:48 PM
Data beads
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AGI 2006

Gets better every year!!!
Added by EZeddy on 8/29/2006 5:42:42 AM
AGI 2006
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E.G.S. Flame off 2006

i just got home from the flame off at the eugene glass school, thought i would post some pics for those who couldnt make it. enjoy. chris.
Added by Chris A Carlson on 8/27/2006 5:17:08 PM
E.G.S. Flame off 2006
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August 2006

Here are a few marbles made in august.
Added by Josh Sable on 8/27/2006 5:07:41 PM
August 2006
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Benway / Sable collaboration

3 collab marbles from Dan Benway and myself. Sorry about the UV shots.. they are tough to take. These marbles look great in your hand!
Added by Josh Sable on 8/27/2006 5:02:49 PM
Benway / Sable collaboration
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~Rose And Reticello~

This marble is a collaboration between Eugene Oregon artists Michael Sorenson and Bashi. The features of this marble include- Rose with stem by Michael, silver fumed reticello with a ruby background and Caramel/Amber Purple pinwheels by Bashi. Marble was donated to the annual Eugene Glass School art auction. 2''
Added by Bashi on 8/26/2006 11:54:53 PM
~Rose And Reticello~
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Purple Flower

Hi I just made this for a frend he wanted a Purple flower for his Girl Friend. Thanks for looking Dan
Added by Dan Grumbling on 8/25/2006 4:20:19 AM
Purple  Flower
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"Transcending Boundaries"

A two piece wall sculpture. 11"x26" installed. Fused, cold worked, wheel engraved and kiln formed.
Added by Terri Stanley on 8/25/2006 3:07:14 AM
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GLEAM

1 & 5/16
Added by Travis Weber on 8/24/2006 3:02:42 PM
GLEAM
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E.T Seaform-Europa...11&1/2 IN.

The begining of a new series of sea/space forms. You never know what could be out there.... True height is 11&1/2 IN.
Added by Cuatro Kruse on 8/23/2006 10:17:18 AM
E.T Seaform-Europa...11&1/2 IN.
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Encalmo Explosion Vase...6&1/2 IN.

Created using amber purple and blue moon. I made this when Mark Mccourt came up to collaborate in my my shop in durango, CO. It has a removeable explosion stopper with a glued in tentacle piece. He really helped me clean up my encalmo techniques, thanks Mark! True height is 6&1/2 IN.
Added by Cuatro Kruse on 8/23/2006 10:03:04 AM
Encalmo Explosion Vase...6&1/2 IN.
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The Spring Series

These goblets are a hybrid of plant-growth and wings. Hope you like them.
Added by Joshua Opdenaker on 8/23/2006 7:39:26 AM
The Spring Series
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Flowing Designs

Uniquely created for the sophisticated design pallet. Custom tailored with comfort and casual living in mind. The vibrant colors, imagery and textures add interest and intrigue to any area of your home. The Old World Style is warm, inviting and says "Welcome Home". The possibilities are as endless as nature and captured only by one's imagination. Each piece in the Medearis Collection is one of a kind, hand crafted, cataloged, and signed by the artist.
Added by Flowing Designs on 8/22/2006 1:22:48 PM
Flowing Designs
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Grover

The last piece I made @ Pilchuck. Now on my uncle's bookshelf.
Added by M. Grecheck on 8/21/2006 11:07:52 PM
Grover
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Inner passions

I combin inspiration of incidental debris of nature, things most people would pass by and not notice, with archetypal imagery such as hearts and wings. My work speacks of spirit, joy, love, life and sensuousness.
Added by Karina Guevin on 8/21/2006 2:39:31 PM
Inner passions
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About Trout 1

Multilayered glass fusing using sheet glass, powders, and chips
Added by Michelle Rial on 8/21/2006 6:23:24 AM
About Trout 1
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2006 - 08 "Small Clear Fumed Opal Weights"

These small weights all feature gold and silver fuming, with gilson opals. Ive been having a lot of fun just using clear with these. All have been cut and ground to an optical polish on the front and bottom. Weights range from 1.34" to 1.58".
Added by Andrew Brown on 8/19/2006 9:42:31 AM
2006 - 08
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Spirit Glass

My work is a celebration of spiritual symbology from indigenous coultures. Most Symbols are from the Akan people of Ghana, West Africa. These hand made vessels are fused and etched or etched and fused depending on the desired final texture.
Added by Denise Rouse on 8/18/2006 11:58:33 AM
Spirit Glass
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Amy's Marbles

Ive just started making marbles (January 06) These are some examples of what Ive been playing with. Its all soft glass, and all torchwork with out the use of any vacume encasement. Thanks for looking!
Added by Amy Ruopp on 8/18/2006 6:30:36 AM
Amy's Marbles
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