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Penland School of Crafts workshop

This was a week long class at Penland with Paul Stankard and Luccio Bubacco. The class was a combination of the flame shop with the hot glass shop, we would lampwork components, and then cast over them in a graphite mold. I had a great time, you had to look at the class with an experimental attitude, i think people had a lot of fun with it. There were 22 people in the class, i left meeting some really cool people. These are some pictures of the casting process, some of Luccio and Paul's work, and miscellaneous photos. Sorry, some of the are turned sideways, I don't have photo shop but i will fix when i can. enjoy
Added by Alex Ubatuba on 9/15/2003 3:35:43 PM
Penland School of Crafts workshop
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Scorpions

I love making scorpions, such a great shape. Black is my favorite but looks a little scary for most peoples taste.
Added by Jupiter Nielsen on 9/15/2003 3:29:12 AM
Scorpions
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Frogs & Flowers

Added by Jupiter Nielsen on 9/15/2003 3:07:18 AM
Frogs & Flowers
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Tube necklace

Photography by neil schmidt glass jewelry by amy johnson ehme@ehmeglass.com Beads are solid moretti (not actual tubes) done on a 1/8 inch mandrel
Added by Ehme on 9/10/2003 8:08:54 PM
Tube necklace
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Aquarium Ornament

This is a piece that was from a series of Aquarium ornaments I made.
Added by John Cho on 9/9/2003 1:03:14 PM
Aquarium Ornament
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Silver Fern

Inspired by the New Zealand silver fern as new life emerges. Cast lead crystal.
Added by Lindell Glass Art on 9/8/2003 7:17:45 PM
Silver Fern
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Lenda's Favorite!

This is absolutely my favorite Ojime bead yet, Ojime Fungi. I can't tell you how it makes me feel when I look at this one!
Added by Lenda Dewyer on 9/7/2003 12:56:44 PM
Lenda's Favorite!
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pans marble class

Marbles with Christopher Rice (PAN) @ Buttermilk Studios. Chris easily covered at least 10 different marble techniques over two days. The full class spent 14 hours in the studio Saturday. As I post these pics (sunday) the Demos are going strong from air traps and honey combs to dichro, Chris is covering a ton of material. the student marbles were unbeliveable as we opened the still warm ovens this morning! Enjoy the pics!!! Jacqelyn Koba's bead and jewelry workshop dates have been moved to oct. 4th and 5th with a few spots left (225.oo) Buttermilk studios is located in Ithaca NY and can be reached at 607-316-1455 or info@buttermilkglass.com upcoming workshops include: Eric Goldshmit (Venice in Autumn) Steve Gelb & Sean foley (fundamental flameworking) Jacquelyn Koba (beads jewelry)
Added by Buttermilkstudios on 9/7/2003 10:42:28 AM
pans marble class
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Cast Glass "Light Matters"

I have tried a large variety of sculptural methods and mediums, but glass speaks to me more clearly than anything else. This series of small figures (6" to 14" high) was done in kiln cast glass. Having no one to ask, I experimented with the traditional Lost Wax Method used for bronze casting until I figured out how to adapt it to cast glass. Three images in this group are not of glass. "Three Gracies" is wax - yet to be cast - and shows the link between my grandmother, my granddaughter and me (who share the name Grace.) "Eye of the Beholder" is part of a group of bronze figures that were the starting point for this series and reference the way different body types have gone in and out of "fashion" throughout history. "Bound and Determined" was carved from soapstone during a long, frustrating wait for kiln repairs to be done. Click images to see a larger view.
Added by Billie Martin on 9/3/2003 3:57:38 PM
Cast Glass
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Sweet Strawberries

Delicious strawberry pendants made with Borosilicate glass.
Added by LLuvia Brito on 9/2/2003 12:16:50 PM
Sweet Strawberries
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