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Clay and Glass, From Earth to Garden

Northern Michigan summers at Three Pines Studio, complete with plentiful sunshine and breezy afternoons, are an ideal time for outdoor exhibitions. The flourishing perennial flowers and healthy greenery not only makes for a scenic backdrop, but allows the relationship between art and nature to present itself. 263 more words

Art

Totally Beautiful Artwork Awaits You At This Glass-blowing Studio Wedding

Images by Jeanne Phinney Photography
Native to South Caroline, Tammy and Patrice eloped to Seattle, marrying every other at Seattle Glassblowing Studio. Photographer Jeanne Phinney credits officiant Elaine Way with organizing a lot of the wedding’;s particulars, particularly the… … 7 more words

Wedding Dress Models

Glassblowing

Glassblowing

Glassblowing is the art of shaping molten glass into a vessel by blowing air into it through a tube. Its processes have remained essentially the same since ancient times. 54 more words

New Discovery

I work as a person who is always looking for new ways, new designs, new ideas.  This process has helped to engender a certain attitude and way of being that I think is of enormous benefit to people in all walks of life. 559 more words

Art And Design

Hot Glass & a Cool Breeze? Yes! Estes Park!

Coloradorans know to head to the mountains of Estes Park for a cooler breeze & hot glass demos daily at Patterson Glassworks. If is sizzles in the front range you can be assured of cooler climes in the high peaks of Estes Park. 167 more words

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Chihuly Garden and Glass

It was a great day in Seattle, the sun was shining and I was excited to wear my new Zara skirt. Although I was ready for my dinner and drinks with a crop top and bright pink pencil skirt, I had to obtain a more demure and cultured look for the… 124 more words

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On forced free time

I am a glassblower.

I work with hot glass.

In order to heat the glass I rely on a steady supply of gas. Methane for anyone interested. 329 more words

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