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or glass blowing  (glăs′blō′ĭng)
The art or process of shaping an object from molten glass by blowing air into it through a tube.

glass′blow′er, glass blower n.


(ˈglæsˌbloʊ ɪŋ)

the art or process of forming or shaping a mass of molten or heat-softened glass into ware by blowing air into it through a tube.
glass′blow`er, n.


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Then the glass blower breathes into the glass in the initial bag to fill the space, literally transferring the role of breathing.
A primary glass blower who may or may not be the actual designer of a piece is referred to as a "gaffer.
When Cal State LA's longtime glass blower retired last year, the shop which he had run for 30 years closed down.
Erica Friedman, a glass blower in her own right, over-sees the creative side.
It also featured a folk dance from the Indian state of Rajasthan by Neetu Dora and Samridhi Chopra, a glass blower from Chennai, India, in action who created exquisite glass art in front of audiences, a talk by well-known nutritionist Alia Almoayed on women and detoxing for health and an art display by renowned artist Ella Prakash who featured 12 canvases on the topic of women.
Magnetic shielding and furniture may not have much in common--aesthetically, at least--but Kamens, a trained glass blower, saw enormous opportunity in entering the interior-design trade.
I would like to show Posidiuus some glass blower who, by his breath, molds the glass into many shapes that scarcely could be fashioned by the most skilful hand.
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The same goes for French glass blower Jean Claude Novaro, who has had three serious injuries because of his passion for glass blowing.
The hunt is a shopping festival event and the souk is also hosting a variety of skilled craftsmen such as a carpet weaver from Iran, a Moroccan wood engraver, an Egyptian glass blower, Tanoura dancers and Syrian musical entertainers from 12noon until 10pm daily.
The souq will give the shoppers a taste of ancient Arabia with demonstrations from a variety of craftsmen such as a carpet weaver from Iran , a wood engraver from Morocco and a glass blower from Egypt .
Inspired by her ancestor Corradino Manin, the most famous Renaissance glass blower and artist ever produced from the Venetian island of Murano, she decides tomove to Venice.