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art glass

n.
Decorative objects made of usually handblown glass.
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The 28-year-old has already made an impact in the competitive world of glass art -- a fact proudly acknowledged by her old university, which has been keen to harness her experience to inspire current students.
Main, Bartlett, offers a spring schedule of adult art lessons that include fusible glass art, beginning acrylic painting lessons, paint your pet's portrait and art appreciation sessions.
Boone, IA, April 19, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Rebels Halo Glass Art will present Fallen Hero Wall Project, taking place at now on www.rebelshaloglass.art featuring a free 11x14 Framed Fallen Hero hand-carved glass art for immediate family members of a Fallen Police Officer, Fallen Firefighter, or Fallen Military Service Member.
True, there was a long tradition of glass art in Europe, but they usually involved the so-called 'hot' processes which involved blowing or casting molten glass.
Caption: Dale Chihuly's Organic-inspired glass art comes to Biltmore.
Since then, the glassblowing studio has brought in hundreds of people to make a variety of glass art, from vases and bowls to flowers and ornaments.
After an introduction to this beautiful craft, you will learn how to recognise and handle the glass as you create your own glass art. No artistic skill necessary.
A two-day symposium addressing over 70 years of innovation and iconography in the glass art of British and European churches and cathedrals
This is Sharifa's first solo exhibition of fused glass art, one that she embarked upon as she stepped into retired life.
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The exhibition, entitled Orientalist Glass Art -- Masterpieces from the Museum of J&L Lobmeyr, Vienna, runs till January 16, 2016 and is free to the public.