Today I missed a live feed of Dante Marioni blowing glass at the Museum of Glass. I saw pictures of him working on Facebook but didn’t look into more. I sure wish I had since I would have probably …

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Heads up! Tomorrow BECon 2013, Chroma Culture opens registration. This upcoming conference sounds amazing! It’s about color. That’s why I do glass…color. Is there any other reason? Last BECon was one of the most empowering experiences I’ve had so …

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Quite a few of the employees at Bullseye Glass create wonderful glass art in their non-working hours and once a year there is a competition that brings their lovely work to light. So they have this years Working Glass winners…the …

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Playing with Fire is what they’re calling the show over at the Museum of Art and Design in New York City. I love New York City…great museums and great art shows. I found the information on this show from the …

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I was fortunate enough to take an almost week long class over two years ago at Bullseye Portland with Nathan Sandberg. I was studying with a focus on having a store that sells Bullseye products and teaches with their methods. …

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Just received Bronwen Heilman’s newest and freshest newsletter in my in box so I’m sharing it with you. We’re winding down 2012 and she’s only got a couple of classes left for some of you out there to take. There’s …

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I sure do wish Helios was located closer to me. I would so hang out there on Fusing Fridays. This one is going to focus on Bullseye Glass and educate their attendees on how the glass is made and and …

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Her glass castings are just stunning. You all know that I love cast glass, both to look at and to create. Every time I see Lisa Becker’s work I ask, “How the heck does she do that?” Well for those …

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It’s a month away…so for all of you in the Southern California area (and out-lying areas) good times are to be had at Pacific Art Glass in Gardena. It’s Glass Fest and it’s October 6-7!! So much glasstastic fun!! There …

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Fusing Fridays sound like a really good time over at Helios Kiln Glass Studio in Austin, TX but this one sounds even more fun and interesting with the appearance of Bob Leatherbarrow. His work with glass powders has been …

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I’ve written about Beads of Courage in the past think that they’re an organization that needs more and more attention. What they do for sick kids is so wonderful and every time I can be a part of something affiliated …

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Another blog to read for truly interesting information about glass. It’s Behind the Glass, the blog for Corning Museum of Glass. Todays post is about Glass Lab over at Governor’s Island and the cool items being made for some …

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Yesterday was too much fun!! Why you may ask? Well, I got to spend the day talking about glass and learning stuff and hanging out with a bunch of my favorite glass buddies. But I do get to do that …

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July 25-29, 2012. Mark that down because those are the dates for the International Society of Glass Bead Makers annual Gathering and this one is being held in Seattle, WA, one of the homes of glass. I think it was …

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Are you going for the classes? How about the bead show? All of the above? Well one of the largest bead shows begins tomorrow. It’s the Bead & Button Show held in Milwaukee, WI and if you love beads or …

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