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The Glassblower

While in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, my wife and I visited a glassblower. This was a ho-hum event for me, until I began reflecting on what glassblowers really do. 348 more words


Sunday special: Introducing a new elegant glass bowl

This handblown glass bowl takes a total of 26 hours to create. There are 2 separate hot glass blowing processes used, each requiring a 12 hour annealing (precise temperature controlled cooling) and a cold worked engraving process, which takes another craftsman up to an hour for each bowl. 26 more words

Blown Glass

Silo Studio: Part 1. Glassblower

Silo Studio Visit

Here is a series of photographs taken at the Silo Studio. It is the first part of photographs taken at their glassblower’s. I managed to capture photos of their iconic glass moulded in fabric as well as other glass working techniques. 76 more words

Camberwell College Of Arts

Blowing it!

6/26/2015: Today she had a field trip to a Czech glass works in the Prague countryside. The Czechs are famous for their glasswares and I thought you’d like to see some examples… 53 more words


Abu Ahmad glass factory, Damascus,Syria

Sometimes at nights I’m looking at my glass necklace and it reminds me about the glassblowers in Damascus. I wonder what has happened to those people. 180 more words


The Glass Frontier

Two Glass graduates from the Alberta College of Art + Design class of 2012 display their Glass Art at Arts Underground in The Edge Gallery located in Whitehirse, Yukon Territory. 93 more words

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Ciccotti Art Glass and Our Anniversary!

Hey all! This is the first post in a new monthly series on this blog spotlighting (mostly) local places that I think are neat, awesome and more! 902 more words