Monthly Archives: January 2012

Glass Cullet in Landscaping

I just finished a web page which shows some photos of the use of glass cullet in landscaping. Glass is so beautiful, especially more so on a bright sunny day (well, OK, these photos were taken during the winter) Tony … Continue reading

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Ten Years is a Long Time! (origins of www.glassblower.info)

When I was looking at the home page of www.glassblower.info, I noticed the date range of the visitor counter, a print-screen is shown here: What caught my eye was the 2002 date — now that we’re into the new year … Continue reading

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World-Class Glassblowing Demos by Corning Museum of Glass (CMOG) Studio Instructors (streamed live)

Stay warm this winter by watching some hot world-class free CMOG glassblowing on the Internet! The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass will be offering weekly, free, live-streamed artist demos this winter via the Museum’s Ustream channel. Wednesdays, 11:00 … Continue reading

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How I got started in Glassblowing

I’ve told the story in my CMOG Oral/Video History of Glass interview, so while cleaning up some old papers I came across the original invoice from my very first MYO (Make Your Own) Paperweight session at Wheaton Village (now Wheaton … Continue reading

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