Glass

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Birds by Bruce Cobb
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Sushi Set by Eve Passeltiner
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Friendship balls by Michael Trimpol
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Stained Glass Butterfly by Cheddy Moller

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Vases by Caterina Urrata and David Weintraub
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jewelry Box by Mark and Kathleen Frank
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Bowls by Jordana Korsen
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Ornaments by Konrad Hunter

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Champagne glass by Alex Kalish
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Night Light by Hope Murphy
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Vase by Trish Dalto
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Plate by Sherri Fowler Nagle

As both an artist’s material with an incredible expressive range and a studio discipline imbued with limitless possibility, glasswork can include sculpture, architecture, design, craft and decorative art. From traditional to experimental methods, there are many different ways to create with glass. Glassblowing is a forming technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble (or parison) with the aid of a blowpipe (or blow tube). Although glassblowing can be done individually, the process itself can be challenging and blown pieces are often done with a team of people. The lead glassblower, called a gaffer, takes his blowpipe that is usually made of iron or steel and dips it into the furnace for a glob of molten glass. After the glass is secured, the other end of the pipe is cooled off with water for the gaffer to blow through. Glassblowers often make use of a large, flat surface called a marver to roll and shape the glass. Several tools are also used while working the molten glass including shaping and bladed tools. Protective heat shields and paddles are also used to shield the blower from the extreme heat. These paddles can also double as tools to smooth the molten glass. Other glass crafts include lampwork glass in which the craftsmen manipulates the molten glass with the use of a torch on a smaller scale, such as in producing beadwork for jewelry. Stained glass art is created with colored pieces of glass to form decorative or pictorial designs by setting pieces in a lead or copper foil framework that is soldered together.
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