tumblersIf you are near the Corning, NY area and you need to make a glass tumbler go over to Corning Studios. Over the month of March you can go in and have a glass blowing experience…and you’ll get a …

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1962641_10152277841259740_242192642_nI’m looking at having glass blowing going in my studio by the end of this week. I didn’t care too much about glass blowing until recently. Blame my friend Zoe for getting me caught up in the romance and excitement …

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jacomb4-325x600Luke Jacomb is the son of one of the founders of Gaffer Glass, an establishment most glass folk know all about. Over at Daily Art Muse Luke’s blown glass paddles are being showcased today. You need to wander over to …

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in_310114_02-630x246Over at the web site Contemporist they were showing some vessels designed by Alexandra Denton and Sofia Lazzeri in a collaborative project. By combining the two materials they contrast between the hardness of the glass and the softness of the yarn. …

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IMG_12748Pacific Art Glass has a very exciting line up of classes coming up including an Advanced Lampworking class with Loren Stump. This is the first time that Loren has come into Southern California to teach so sign up soon. It’s …

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halvorson-bounty-2013Lani McGregor, partner at Bullseye Glass in Portland, as well as Gallery Director moderated a panel discussion on the Emerging Artist in the glass world. On her panel were Tina Oldknow, Curator at Corning Museum of Glass, Richard Whiteley, Glass …

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EXTRACT-SINGLE-OPEN-5Most glass folk I know love dichroic glass. I know I do. It can be over the top or very subtle depending on what you do with it…when it’s done right it sizzles. Well, the largest producer of dichroic glass, …

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Littleton-article-imgI wouldn’t be sitting here writing for all of you out there about glass if it wasn’t for Harvey Littleton, the founder of the Studio Glass Movement. He has passed away at the age of 91. He started the “movement” …

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burnt-asphalt-urban-glass-5I sure do wish I could have been at Urban Glass to witness the group, Burnt Asphalt Family’s cooking and glass blowing party. For an audience of over 100 people the group demonstrated their glass blowing skills while preparing a …

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potato-in-glass-300x200A very exciting thing is happenng at my studio…we’re getting glass blowing equipment built so that we can offer classes as well as blow glass pretty much whenever we want. Yee ha!! So it’s got me wandering around the interwebs …

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imagesI found this documentary on glass making through one of my friends on Facebook. It’s an Academy Award winning short film made in 1959. It’s over at the web site i09.com. All I can say is you must watch …

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screen-shot-2013-08-11-at-1-28-44-pmFirst you need to know what a Klein Bottle is, if you don’t. Over at Wikipedia you can learn more about what a Klein Bottle is. Once you know that you can understand the difficulties in trying to engrave one. …

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richmond_dignity-356x600Over at Daily Art Muse they’ve profiled another glass artist. Ross Richmond, who combines blown and cast glass to create these figurative pieces that have a flowing feeling about them. People draped in cloth so the figure has a very …

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buhler_poolside-400x343I want to thank Daily Art Muse for presenting Karen Buhler’s glass figures. They’re the perfect combination of sophistication and whimsy. She uses borosilicate glass to shape the hollow figures depicting swimmers and  divers with a feeling that comes from …

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photo1753The show Link: Australian Glass and the Pacific Northwest is opening at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA May 17th, 2013 and will run through January 2014. Twenty six artists are included in this show for approximately 92 pieces. …

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