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    • Meggan Miller

      Andy Paiko glass artist. I appreciate this lovely art. But it inspires me because it makes me think (and love) the idea of displaying real coral (here it is a glass sculpture of coral, also gorgeous) as if it is a precious object, because to me natural, nature made objects are precious.

    • Ginna Muzingo

      Domythic Bliss: Bell Jars and Belle Displays

    • Stephanie Thurlow

      Each one is a work of art. I see inspiration. Candlestick bottom and overturned wine glass on top.

    • Kathleen Adcock

      Andy Paiko glass artist - I can do this with wine bottles and candle sticks

    • Ali Nichole | 9000things

      Curiosities in handmade blown glass bell jars | Andy Paiko Glass

    • RedSeaCoral

      Andy Paiko glass artist Especially, red glass coral.

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