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Wine/Bottle Stoppers

These are some of my favorite wine/bottle stoppers plus a new one I just finished.
Added by Vivian Lampwork B... on 11/27/2006 2:28:40 AM
Wine/Bottle Stoppers
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Highlights from Nov 06

Just some recent beads for ya!
Added by JC Herrell on 11/26/2006 11:13:26 AM
Highlights from Nov 06
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Oh Heavens!

beautiful celestials, and some florals too!
Added by Ever After.artist... on 11/24/2006 8:26:56 AM
Oh Heavens!
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Electroformed big hole soft glass beads

I recently got into electroforming. I love it and will be doing more. I wanted these to look as if they had been resting on the ocean floor. I was born in the keys and I have a thing for reefs and underwater treasures.
Added by Mr. Smiley on 11/24/2006 4:58:24 AM
Electroformed big hole soft glass beads
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Implosions!

Here's some floral implosions I made... This is one of my favorite things to teach. I just love 'em! :)
Added by Mr. Smiley on 11/24/2006 4:39:47 AM
Implosions!
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Angels. Goddesses, Fairies

These are my Fantasy Beads; IHope you enjoy them!
Added by R.G.Glass Creations on 11/13/2006 11:18:25 PM
Angels. Goddesses, Fairies
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Recent work

Here are a few of my latest creations! My own lampwork, Viking knit, etc. I tend towards the Flamboyant, and make oieces that will get you noticed!
Added by R.G.Glass Creations on 11/13/2006 10:53:20 PM
Recent work
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Bracelet Gallery

Need a bracelet? Go to www.dudamart.com!
Added by Duda on 11/7/2006 2:53:52 PM
Bracelet Gallery
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Riders on the Storm

It's been quite a while since I made a whole set of beads. I'm really happy with how this one turned out... I think it might be the first in a whole new generation of sets. (I'll still be making focals though! :-) ) In this set I used lots of amethyst and ink blue with lots of silver foil.
Added by Sarah Hornik on 11/5/2006 11:34:28 AM
Riders on the Storm
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Painted Beads

I'm having fun with powdered glass paints lately, so here is where I will post them :)
Added by LavenderCreek Glass on 11/3/2006 1:59:32 PM
Painted Beads
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Companions

Take too many Harlequin romances as a teen, throw in a sculpture of a couple about to kiss, mix it up with a generous bit of the love between long-married couples I know, and ice it with a poem about when Buddha and the Goddess met and melded. . .Whaddya get? Another one of those attempts by me to capture that which cannot be captured! Wait a minute, isn't that what every artist is trying to do? Trying to portray life, trying to compress it down to two dimensions or into a note of music? Okay, sculpting gets you another dimension, and life is literally three-dimensional if you think about what we see and touch. But how do you show "life"? How do you make your art live and breath and feel? You can't, I can't, even the great masters couldn't. . .but we can strive toward it, reach for it, get as close as possible AND THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT OF ART no matter whether it's realistic or abstract, isn't it?
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 11/3/2006 10:49:22 AM
Companions
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