CONTEMPORARY LAMPWORKING A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO SHAPING GLASS IN THE FLAME VOLUME 1 AND 2 THIRD EDITION

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Contemporary Lampworking

Author : Bandhu Scott Dunham
ISBN : 0965897230
Genre : Glass blowing and working
File Size : 80.66 MB
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Building on Volumes I and II of this series, this information-packed book will deepen and broaden every artist's exploration of the highly addictive craft of lampworked glass. Printed entirely in full colour, Volume III features over 1300 photographs and diagrams, including detailed step-by-step demonstrations by 35 different artists, with dozens of finished works to inspire the advanced and beginning lampworker alike. The fascinating human enterprise of creativity is emphasised throughout this engaging and readable text, in historical references and the author's personal travel accounts around the globe.
Category: Glass blowing and working

Contemporary Lampworking

Author : Bandhu Scott Dunham
ISBN : 0965897214
Genre : Glass blowing and working
File Size : 21.46 MB
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Origins of lampworking, basic and advanced techniques; working with color (including filligrana, latticinio, ribbon cane, mosaic cane, lusters); beads, jewelry and marbles; latheworking, suppliers; technical information; health and safety; etc.
Category: Glass blowing and working

Flameworking

Author : Elizabeth Ryland Mears
ISBN : 1579907415
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 40.13 MB
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New in Paper You can easily form beads, candlesticks, and art objects from just a rod of cold glass and a torch. Heat it, manipulate it a bit, and almost instantaneously beautiful and new figures emerge from the fire. That's flameworking. A top teacher of the craft explains how to do it all, providing exactly the same information and exercises she gives her beginner's workshops. Lavish illustrations capture the entire artistic process. Look into the different types of glass to choose from, and find out how to melt a ball at different points of the rod; flatten it into a disc; and shape it into hearts, wings, butterflies, and the moon. Turn those designs into jewelry, hanging sculptures, and stirrers. The results are amazing!
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Formed Of Fire

Author : Bandhu Scott Dunham
ISBN : 0965897222
Genre : Blown glass
File Size : 74.47 MB
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The book begins with a Foreword by Tina Oldknow, Curator of Modern Glass at the Corning Museum of Glass. There follows an insightful historical introduction which gives context to the artist pages that fill most of the volume. One or two full-colour pages per artist display recent work with descriptive text and a brief documentary -- by either the author or the artist. Dunham's position as a colleague of the featured artists gives him a distinct perspective on the work as well as unique access to the makers and their process. Several of the lampworkers allowed themselves to be photographed while executing a piece, and the sequence of photographs illustrating their creative process adds to the reader's understanding and appreciation of the work shown. An illustrated glossary of lampworking terminology concludes the text, making this a valuable reference for anyone interested in lampworked glass. Over 75 artists are presented.
Category: Blown glass

Creative Glass Blowing

Author : James E. Hammesfahr
ISBN : LCCN:77027598
Genre : Glass blowing and working
File Size : 85.86 MB
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Category: Glass blowing and working

Creative Lampwork

Author : Joan Gordon
ISBN : 1861088108
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 25.50 MB
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Lampwork-the art of crafting glass beads and jewelry-is surprisingly easy and increasingly popular. Joan Gordon, former editor of Making Jewellery magazine, has gathered 14 of the world's top glassmakers to teach you the techniques, from safety and materials to bead shapes and adornment. With their expert advice, you'll quickly master the skills needed to create 26 stunning projects.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Passing The Flame

Author : Corina Tettinger
ISBN : 0972660208
Genre : Glass beads
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Inspiration til og trin-for-trin vejledning i at fremstille perler af glas
Category: Glass beads

Laboratory Scientific Glassblowing A Practical Training Method

Author : Le Pinnet Paul
ISBN : 9781786341990
Genre : Science
File Size : 31.70 MB
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This book explains and demonstrates the methods involved in scientific glassblowing. It describes elementary to advanced glass manipulation together with technical information on its safe use and development in the laboratory. Editor Paul Le Pinnet (MBE), a scientific glassblower with over 50 years' experience in the field, experts in glassblowing are brought together to explain their methods and approaches used to produce a variety of glassware. Laboratory Scientific Glassblowing is a unique project which updates and develops the traditional art of glassblowing and brings it into the 21st century. New skills and materials are introduced, including descriptions of working with fused silica, on laser profile cutting and on the creation of artistic glassware in a scientific setting. Written specifically as a hands-on reference work, this book can be used as a step-by-step practical guide for practitioners and scientists as well as students and apprentices interested in the field. Contributions from: Michael Baumbach, MD of H Baumbach & Co; Paul Rathmill, Enterprise Q; William Fludgate, MD BioChem Glass (app) Ltd; Ian Pearson (Past Chairman BSSG), Editor, BSSG Journal; Gary Coyne, California State University USA; Konstantin Kraft-Poggensee, Former chairman, German Scientific Glassblowing Society; Keith Holden President of the Australian and New Zealand Glassblowing Society; Phil Murray, Churchill Fellow.
Category: Science

Glassblowing

Author : Homer L. Hoyt
ISBN : 096244040X
Genre : Art
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This is a new book designed as a "how to" manual for the beginner. The material (glass) is introduced first with its history, composition & sources. All the equipment & tools, required to work glass, are described in detail. The fundamental procedures are defined & clearly illustrated with ample practice exercises. The instruction of these procedures is reinforced with a ten lesson course arranged in progression. The experienced glassblower may want to use this format to train apprentices. There are step by step procedures for making over 65 different items. Preliminary techniques for making larger sculptures are described & profiles of some well known glass sculptors with examples of their work. Another example of the diversity of glassblowing is demonstrated in the story of Gerhard Finkenbeiner & his innovative developments to the Glass Harmonica. The section on blown glass tubing describes how the fundamental procedures areoften working with tubing. The instructions include a number of blown items including several Christmas ornaments. There are directions to show fifteen ways to decorate glass surfaces including glue chipping & the chemical silvering of glass. Where & how to market your glass items is also revealed. There is a complete directory of where to obtain equipment & supplies.
Category: Art