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salmon on lava

Salmon is approx. 7 inches on top of Icelandic lava as a base. I like the look, but I dont see myself doing too many more of these. The lava is a pain to work with. Thanks for lookin,
Added by Jeremy Sinkus on 9/30/2009 6:38:51 PM
salmon on lava
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Globularia Salicina Flower marbles

Globularia salicina came from South Europe originally. We call the flower “Blue Eye” in Japanese. Small flower of blue and white is lovely.
Added by Ayako Hattori on 9/30/2009 5:16:18 AM
Globularia Salicina Flower marbles
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Envisioning The Journey of 10,000 Steps

A journey of ten thousand steps begins with one. People usually fail when they are on the verge of success. So give as much care to the end as to the beginning; Then there will be no failure. Made of Effetre (tiny bit of Double Helix and dichro for accents) over my GTT Phantom. Measures about 5 x 4 x 3 inches, and holds marbles (removable) up to 1" diameter.
Added by Wesley Fleming on 9/29/2009 8:22:13 PM
Envisioning The Journey of 10,000 Steps
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How life shapes us all

Kiln formed sheet glass with dry applied glass powder imagery. No enamels used. Copper, bronze, and steel stand. 14x23x6
Added by Stan Harmon on 9/27/2009 9:45:07 PM
How life shapes us all
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head vase

i made this august 2009
Added by Christina Cody on 9/26/2009 11:03:47 PM
head vase
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Yoshi. Kondo

2 inch(5cm) Boro Marble
Added by Yoshinori Kondo on 9/25/2009 7:40:32 AM
Yoshi. Kondo
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Elephant Bottle with Reticello

This is the latest edition to my endangered animal series. Each vessel is made on the torch. This piece stands at 20 inches tall and six inches at its widest point. Thanks for looking!
Added by Kiva on 9/22/2009 5:57:01 PM
Elephant Bottle with Reticello
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Octopus Set

Octopus sculpture cup with matching candle holders. Cup : 14" h x 5" w x 5" d
Added by Adam Who on 9/22/2009 12:11:19 AM
Octopus Set
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Dolphin Set

Dolphin sculpture cup with matching candle holders. Cup : 14" h x 6" w x 5" d
Added by Adam Who on 9/22/2009 12:08:03 AM
Dolphin Set
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flowers for yoshi

this is a new flower design, each marble has two flowers, one on each side. this is marble 1 and 2, 3 n 4 need to be photographed and 5 n 6 are in the kiln. thanks
Added by Rob Morrison Glass on 9/17/2009 10:47:16 PM
flowers for yoshi
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jewel in the rough

so this was my first electroform project...i made a dichroic egg shapped marble about 3 inches long then i faceted it and electoformed it let me know what you think as it was my first attempt at electroforming thanks
Added by Freestone on 9/17/2009 11:29:20 AM
jewel in the rough
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09/09/09 OCTOPUS & SEA TURTLE

HERE IS A COUPLE OF SEA PIECES ONE A PENDANT AND THE OTHER A SCULPTURE.GETTING READY FOR THE DOWN THE STREET BEAD SHOW HERE IN ATLANTA THIS COMING WEEKEND.-JOHN W. ROBERTS
Added by Forward Motion Art on 9/16/2009 12:14:38 PM
09/09/09 OCTOPUS & SEA TURTLE
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just a donation run

we got asked to make some pieces to help raise money for the palomar college student art foundation. All these peices were donated to them and 100% of the money raised will also go to them. We made these a few months ago. I got put in charge of choosing colors, and color application. Dan Mcstocker, Evan Marquis, and I took turns blowing them out and waving them. Big thanks to our assistants chris, Sara Lindsey, and Bernadette reed, and to richard reed for shooting the photos. Thanks for looking!!
Added by Randall Strait on 9/15/2009 7:18:43 PM
just a donation run
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The kitchen of a blue dragon

A break after a meal. thangon!!!
Added by Aquarius on 9/15/2009 8:52:28 AM
The kitchen of a blue dragon
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New Dragons

I've seen dragons in the sky by sun's golden fading light ablaze with fire's reminiscence soaring high at fearsome distance turning slowly as they sway in the dragon's gentle way ... A couple of pieces of work for an upcoming exhibition.
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 9/13/2009 6:20:36 AM
New Dragons
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187 lbs of glass

This is a reverse casting which weighs just shy of 200 lbs. Titled "Inferus", the dimensions are 5 1/2'x 1 1/2'x 2 3/4". This was one of my senior projects at UTA for the spring BFA Exhibition. Thanks to Fred, Julie and Mike at UTA for helping me pull this off.
Added by Kevin Joseph Brown on 9/11/2009 8:17:12 AM
187 lbs of glass
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Milli Eaters

I have been developing this technique over the past week and am especially happy with the most recent batch and thought I would share. Props to Dave Strobel on the millies used in these. Thanks for looking.
Added by Josh Kennedy on 9/11/2009 7:00:49 AM
Milli Eaters
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marble exibition 2009 in Nagoya

"the art exhibition of glass marble&paperweight 2009" 9/14~9/30 you-yuusya gallery@nagoya artist:kaj beck,andrew brown,richard hollingshead2,bryan kitson,josh sable,eddie seese,paul j stankard,paul stephan,loren stump,milon townsend,filip vogelpohl,travis weber,akihiro ohkama,yoshio ohmura,yuka kawakita,yoshinori kondo,daisuke saito,tatsuya yamamoto
Added by Daisuke on 9/10/2009 7:14:23 AM
marble exibition 2009 in Nagoya
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EGS Flame-off '09

Ah, Eugene! Once again, I had an amazing time. The school always puts on a great show and a well organized event. People really stepped it up this year- filling up almost all the spots in every category! The competition was stiff! I competed in the EGS challenge (always a TON of fun) and made it to the second round. I also attempted to make a large fountain with my good friend David Popowitz. We had our share of obstacles, but it's all about having fun, right? Rose Winters (my amazing cousin and apprentice) got first place in wearables again-I'm SO proud of her!! Saturday night's party featured Clinton Roman's band with a grand finale of blacklight dragon dancing, while Michael Hengler's hot shop team created a large furnace-worked boro vase from Northstar mystery aventurine (with a hint of pomegranate)and pulled it off on the 3rd attempt! Big ups to Gabe and Fawne for their hospitality, Aymie for helping us get the party, and of course Abe for the amazingly beautiful tubing!
Added by Corinne Winters on 9/3/2009 9:49:51 AM
EGS Flame-off '09
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more art...i think?

i'm just kinda goin with it...
Added by B.A.STARR Glass on 9/2/2009 11:57:53 AM
more art...i think?
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