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Fused glass artists read..... by Steve
Hi My name is Steve Allen from the recently open gallery, bohemia, in Worcestershire UK. We are constantly on the look out for new exciting 'contemporary' artist whether it be ceramics, glass, textiles or indeed original art. You think your work fits the bill then check out the website and...
August 10th 03 03:25 PM
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FA:: on ebay The History of GLASS, Ends 10-Aug-03 20:42:30 BST by The Camper Man
FA:: on ebay The History of GLASS, Ends 10-Aug-03 20:42:30 BST http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=2205&item=254896381 0 (I thought someone on this group might find this book of interest) Paperback 288 pages (3 August, 2000) , Publisher: Little, Brown; ISBN:
August 10th 03 03:05 PM
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Glass etching...what to charge? by Bill Browne
With my computer business in a slump, I've been looking for ways to supplement my income. Some folks have noticed my glass etching hobby, and may want their company logo deep cut. I was wondering how and what others charge for their work. By the square inch? Complexity of the pattern? I'm not...
August 10th 03 02:45 PM
by Louis Cage Go to last post
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cutting glass into thin sections by jad_23
Is there anyway to cut glass into thin sections? I want to be able to get a thin piece of the cross section of the thinkness of a 3mm piece of float glass and am having problems. I have considered grinding, laser cutting and waterjet cutting. What is the best of these options or are there other...
August 9th 03 03:51 PM
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handblown glass by patrick
hello! my name is Patrick, and i am a glass artist for about 18 years now. I produces a variety off items from glass eggs, to jack in pulpet vases, and paperweights.hummingbird feeders...ect..ect i need a few more wholesale accounts. please contact me at: --
August 9th 03 02:29 AM
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Glass etching - cheaply? by Louis Cage
The absolute cheapest way per piece is to sandblast using double layers of contact paper or sign vinyl and cut your own patterns with an Xacto knife. The most accurate is probably photo emulsion (like from Photobrasive) for making the mask and then sandblasting, You can use the sun to expose...
August 8th 03 05:16 PM
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How to make a glass fritter by saucy
Thanks for that wonderful tutorial. I think I will set up a machine just like yours when I go back to work. "Liam Striker" wrote in message ... No not an apple fritter, a glass fritter check my link ...
August 8th 03 04:07 AM
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Looking for by Joe Kennedy
information on glass etching, any help will be appreciated. Joe
August 8th 03 12:30 AM
by Mike Firth Go to last post
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Window inserts by Harold E. Keeney \(Hal\)
A friend of mine just bought an older house with a a very sturdy structure. All of the windows and doors are very deeply (3 & 4 inches) set. He would like to have several windows done with stained glass. The exterior windows are very well set and are weatherproof. Instead of replacing the...
August 8th 03 12:15 AM
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looking for Large glass bottles by Boc©
Looking for large glass bottles for storage of liquid - about 20 litre capacity and from Sydney Australia can anyone help me or point me in the correct direction ? Boc
August 7th 03 10:18 PM
by Terry Harper Go to last post
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question about photographing glass by ConTactMe
I took this image using a flash, and it has a glowing effect. I'm trying to find out if it's due to the shape or due to gases in the glass. It's a cool effect, and I'd like to be able to duplicate it, or create similar effects. Does anyone else have experience with this? Thanks
August 7th 03 04:21 AM
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What is possible? by E. Paul Wileyto
-------- Original Message -------- Subject: What is possible? Date: Sat, 02 Aug 2003 11:49:59 -0400 From: E. Paul Wileyto Reply-To: Organization: University of Pennsylvania Newsgroups: rec.arts.stained-glass
August 7th 03 12:22 AM
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AD-Birmingham, AL Sept. 6-7, 2003 Magic City Intergalactic Bead Festival by Phineas T Beadd Director National Bead Society
Magic City Intergalactic Bead Festival Birmingham, AL Sept. 6-7, 2003 10AM - 5PM Saturday, Sept. 6 and Sunday, Sept. 7 - Zamora Shrine Temple 3521 Ratliff Rd. Irondale, AL 35210 From I-459 Exit 29, west on I-20 to Exit 135, south on Old Leeds Rd., east on Grantswood Rd. (Masonic Dr.) to Ratliff...
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AD-Nashville, TN August 16-17, 2003 Volunteer States Intergalactic Bead Festival by Phineas T Beadd Director National Bead Society
Volunteer States Intergalactic Bead Festival Nashville, TN August 16-17, 2003 10AM - 5PM Saturday, August 16 and Sunday, August 17 - Tennessee State Fairgrounds - Corner of Rains Ave. and Wedgewood Ave. Nashville, TN From I-65 Exit 81 east on Wedgewood Ave. to Rains Ave. or I-440 Exit 6 north...
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AD-New Orleans, LA August 9-10, 2003 Big Easy Intergalactic Bead Festival by Phineas T Beadd Director National Bead Society
Big Easy Intergalactic Bead Festival New Orleans, LA August 9-10, 2003 10AM - 5PM Saturday, August 9 and Sunday, August 10 VFW Post 6640 - 3314 Richland Ave., Metairie, LA From I-10 Exit 225 east on Veterans Memorial Blvd. then north on Richland Ave. or Exit 228 north on N Causeway Blvd. west on...
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Little beady eyes in copper foil by Jeff Oakley
My current copper foil project has a lot of little birds that are about 2 1/4 inches long. I had originally planned on creating small black eyes on the birds by applying a tiny dot of puff paint to the finished project for each eye. Now I am thinking that this would not be as permanent as I would...
August 5th 03 12:21 AM
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Fabric Backed Glass Plates? by Susan Maher
At a recent craft show I saw a display of clear glass dinner plates which had been backed with fabric. The fabric was then sealed. Since I work in a fabric store, this would be a great way to use remnants. Could anyone here give me instructions on how to do this? I would greatly appreciate the...
August 4th 03 08:32 PM
by MissMouse Go to last post
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Two More great books.. .A friend is selling ... thought I'd pass the info along.... GLASS ENGRAVING by BARBARA NORMAN PUBLISHED 1981 BY ARCO PUBLISHING INC., NEW YORK
August 4th 03 07:23 PM
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AD: eBay Auction ... KILN FIRED GLASS - HC 1970 W/DJ - HARRIETTE ANDERSON by bookman
A friend is selling this.. thought I'd pass the info along.... KILN FIRED GLASS by HARRIETTE ANDERSON PUBLISHED 1970 BY CHILTON BOOK COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA and NY STATED 1ST EDITION 10 1/2" x 7 1/4"
August 4th 03 12:01 PM
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Stained Glass Flowers and Small, Padded Vises by Christina
Hi, All! I'm looking for information on anyone, anywhere, who may be creating three dimensional flowers from stained glass... I've seen ones that were fused, or blown, or spun, but none made from good ole soldered glass... Has anyone seen something like that? (I'm looking for gift ideas). Also,...
August 4th 03 12:25 AM
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