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Jeffrey Sarmiento: Comb, 2012  printed, fused, waterjet cut, carved glass

Jeffrey R Sarmiento - Glass Artist - Works

Joe Cariati does beautiful glassware in beautiful colours. via The Contemporist

Arroyo this reminds me of the photos you were taking earlier this week Glass Vessels by Joe Cariati

Jeffrey R Sarmiento - Glass Artist - Works

Jeffrey R Sarmiento - Glass Artist - Works

LINO TAGLIAPIETRA | Glass Art by Maestro Lino Tagliapietra at Schantz Galleries

Oca, 2002 by Maestro Lino Tagliapietra at Schantz Galleries

Lukácsi László

Lukácsi László

Engraved decorative glass disc, 1964, D: 34,5 cm

Engraved decorative glass disc, D: cm

Jiri Harcuba, was born in Harrachov, in what is now the Czech Republic, where he apprenticed in the region’s renowned engraving studios, developing his hand at portrait engraving and medallions. In addition to founding the Dominik Biman School, a traveling glass studio dedicated to teaching traditional glass techniques, Harcuba has taught around the world at institutions.

Jiri Harcuba, was born in Harrachov, in what is now the Czech Republic, where he apprenticed in the region’s renowned engraving studios, developing his hand at portrait engraving and medallions. In addition to founding the Dominik Biman School, a traveling glass studio dedicated to teaching traditional glass techniques, Harcuba has taught around the world at institutions.

"Stick Ball" 8'h x 8' w x 8' d. cedar

"Stick Ball" x w x d.

stunning! www.studiothirtytwo.com

stunning! www.studiothirtytwo.com

Silver medal of Amsterdam, 1655  Coins and Medals, the British Museum    As seen in:     CITYSCAPES   Panoramic Views on European Coins and Medals    27 April 2012 – 6 October 2013  Coin Gallery    Admission FREE    www.barber.org.uk/coins

Silver medal of Amsterdam, 1655 Coins and Medals, the British Museum As seen in: CITYSCAPES Panoramic Views on European Coins and Medals 27 April 2012 – 6 October 2013 Coin Gallery Admission FREE www.barber.org.uk/coins

Ironworking may have been carefully controlled knowledge in the Iron Age, leaving the uninitiated wondering whether it involved divine power, higher knowledge, or perhaps even magic.  If so, the Iron Age smiths kept their secrets well, for the scarcity of direct archaeological evidence leaves many questions about how they practiced their craft.  New finds at Beechwood Farm, Inverness may help to reveal these ancient techniques, and provide new perspectives on metalworking in northern…

New finds at Beechwood Farm, Inverness may help to reveal the ancient techniques of prehistoric Ironworkers, and provide new perspectives on metalworking in northern Scotland.

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blow glass work acorns by dante marioni

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Incredible Land-art by Olga Ziemska

Olga Ziemska Octavio 2007 Crystallized handmade chenille stem letters, monofilament Visual depiction of the poem Sight and Touch (for Balthus) by Octavio Paz.

Jiří Harcuba

Jiří Harcuba

Emilie Faif | Cosmos (2010)

Emilie Faif | Cosmos (2010)

Jiří Harcuba

Jiří Harcuba

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