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Karole Sharpe

The Nature Inspired series was originally inspired by drawings of plants and animals that live in the ocean. Living in land-locked Colorado but being a water person this series just had to be expressed.
Added by Karole Sharpe Glass on 9/30/2010 11:36:36 PM
Karole Sharpe
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Karole Sharpe

This grouping of pieces is a series I have worked on for many years. Each one is a portrait, a glimpse of an individual. Uniquely my interpretation of that moment in time. A mold is taken directly from a person's face and the glass is slumped over the mold in a kiln. Like Tiffany used with his lamps I use the copper foil technique to solder the piece together one piece at a time.
Added by Karole Sharpe Glass on 9/30/2010 11:16:09 PM
Karole Sharpe
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The Silence at the End of the World

Added by Glasmagie on 9/28/2010 2:02:05 PM
The Silence at the End of the World
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Goblet Set

Some recent goblets I've been working on. These glasses are 9-11 inches tall. Thanks for looking!
Added by Kiva on 9/26/2010 7:08:04 AM
Goblet Set
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Update, 09/24/10

Here is some recent work, I like to just lump it all together. Big ups to Kyle Meyer for letting me use his light box. Thanks for looking.
Added by Daniel S. Coyle on 9/24/2010 7:11:28 AM
Update, 09/24/10
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Le Reve du Rossignol

The dream of the Nightingale Laurie's Parisian cage and flameworked glass ensemble. approx 5 1/2 ft tall
Added by Nudibranch Art Glass on 9/23/2010 5:20:39 PM
Le Reve du Rossignol
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Desk Lamp #1

heres my first lamp. Thanks to Dave on the chain, cane and disc work again. Had alot of fun making this one.
Added by Adam Who on 9/23/2010 12:06:21 AM
Desk Lamp #1
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"FORM OF GRACE" by JOHN W. ROBERTS

Got my blasting cabinet and lapidary tools and in ready to break out this fall and winter sessions,how wants to come out the ATL. and colab on some art!
Added by Forward Motion Art on 9/22/2010 10:33:40 PM
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the observation tower

Ok, so I totally copped Kiva's style on this one. Sorry man, but thank you for all of the inspiration. I wanted to try something a little different. This was challenging, and really fun to do. The haze on the clear is a little carbon that got trapped inside. 1 foot 6 inches.
Added by Chandler on 9/22/2010 11:16:52 AM
the observation tower
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Glass Flowers

Added by Jadeglass on 9/22/2010 1:28:24 AM
Glass Flowers
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nice ride..Oct. 2010

thought id try one with purple luster frit #70 grade not fully melted in, this stuff is the bomb over black
Added by Flamethrower on 9/20/2010 4:31:05 PM
nice ride..Oct. 2010
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don't know what to call it...

I horribly uncreative when it comes to naming my work. But anyway, this is my latest cup. I got some advice from Kiva on pulling ribbon cane, very smooth (thanks man). this one's a little under a foot tall. I've been really pushing myself to find out the limits of whats possible to make without a kiln. So far it's been going well. Thanks for looking
Added by Chandler on 9/16/2010 10:31:47 PM
don't know what to call it...
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Mello Moves

***These are a few pieces to ease back into marbles all day erry day... Thanks for checking them out... Stan***
Added by Starroots on 9/15/2010 10:03:26 PM
Mello Moves
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Milli-eater Goblet

It's uncommon for me to make goblets but I had a great time incorporating my milli-eater technique in this one and am very happy with the finished piece. Thanks for looking
Added by Josh Kennedy on 9/14/2010 8:45:19 AM
Milli-eater Goblet
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Zachary Marc Etched & Carved Glass Gallery

Etched & Carved Glass Art Gallery by artist Zachary Marc.
Added by Zachary Mark on 9/12/2010 9:40:05 AM
Zachary Marc Etched & Carved Glass Gallery
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some stuff post AGI 2010

Pic ani't that great, but a nice one I made up as I went along, good opal eyes.
Added by Flamethrower on 9/10/2010 9:07:53 AM
some stuff post AGI 2010
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Bird skulls

Here are some bird skulls i have been trying to perfect. I saw a silver cast bird skull on my friends neck and sparked the vision of them in glass.. Thanks to Takesh for the trade earlier this year for one of his skull pendants which derives a lot of inspiration toward them as well. thanks AGAIN!!
Added by CalvinMickle on 9/6/2010 10:32:30 AM
Bird skulls
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Colorado Project 2010 Art Reception

PISMO Fine Art Glass, Colorado’s foremost gallery for glass art, has joined forces with the “Colorado Project” to benefit The Food Bank of the Rockies. PISMO will host a reception and silent auction on October 8, 2010, at their Denver gallery - 2770 E. Second Avenue in Cherry Creek North. The glass works to be auctioned have been donated by more than two dozen artists participating in the Colorado Project. The participants include lamp workers from around the state and the nation. 100% of the proceeds from the auction will go to The Food Bank of the Rockies. For those who would like a sneak preview, the auction items will be on display at PISMO starting October 6th. In its second year, the Colorado Project is a 501(3) non-profit organization whose primary mission is to unite glass artists through philanthropic events and causes. Over 300 glass artists participated in a weekend workshop this past July to collaborate in a non-competitive environment allowing them to share ideas and knowledge regarding their craft. Many of the auction items were made that weekend. The works include a beautiful wall installation titled “Metamorphosis”. The piece is made in individual sections that measure a total of 37” high x 90” wide. The piece emulates the transformation of a worm to a cocoon to a stunning butterfly. Five artists collaborated to make this wonderful piece – Darby Holm, Ryan “Buck” Harris, Adam Grafuis, Alex Ubatuba, and Eusheen Goines. The Colorado Project is sponsored by Northstar Glassworks, Glasscraft, Profitable Glass and Shack Man Glass. About PISMO Fine Art Glass: PISMO Fine Art Glass opened in 1990 as a mixed media gallery, and switched primarily to glass in 1995. Owner Sandy Sardella operates three additional galleries in Colorado: PISMO Gallery at Beaver Creek, PISMO Gallery at Vail and PISMO Gallery at Aspen. The PISMO galleries are recognized internationally for the breadth and depth of their collections, offering a variety of pieces to suit everyone from the casual admirer to the serious collector. The Denver gallery is located at 2770 East Second Avenue in Cherry Creek North. Their web site can be found at http://www.pismoglass.com.
Added by Corinne Winters on 9/5/2010 11:07:24 AM
Colorado Project 2010 Art Reception
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Space Girl

new sculpture for me. thanks to Bates for the blowins, and Dave for the chains, cane and disc work.
Added by Adam Who on 9/2/2010 10:25:31 PM
Space Girl
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Explosions..........

Hello everyone, these are some new explosion marbles I have been doing. I am testing some new designs to go bigger with them in the future if the design is so deserving. Thanks for taking a look.-Rich Oh Ya, and one pic of some cool fungi I saw on a hike a few day's ago. Just thought I would share.
Added by Route 66 Glass Works on 9/1/2010 1:09:29 PM
Explosions..........
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