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Handblown Glass Vase Coral/White Gardencityglass etsy

Handblown Glass Vase Coral/White Gardencityglass etsy

Psychogeographies: 3D Collages Encased in Layers of Glass by Dustin Yellin

Psychogeographies: 3D Collages Encased in Layers of Glass by Dustin Yellin

Night and Day Stained Glass - Tamsin Abbott

Night and Day Stained Glass - Tamsin Abbott --> Amazing stained glass art. Would be cool to emulate this style with quilting

Cindy Brandt, glass weave wall piece

Cindy Brandt, glass weave wall piece - I normally don't like fused glass pieces but this is very cool.

3DMakerNation.com... What can you do with a 3D pen?  Glass art inspiration... Maria Barber's Candle Crowns!

great way to use leftover glass - Glass Art by Maria Barber - Candle Crowns.I would like these better if they were all one color or clear, but they're neat either way.

Crafted by Japanese glass artist Satoshi Tomizu. Each of these pendants look like an entire galaxy captured within a bubble.

Spectacular "Space Glass" Pendants Let You Hold the Cosmos in the Palm of Your Hand

Crafted by Japanese glass artist Satoshi Tomizu. Each looks like an entire galaxy captured within a bubble.

Shape: positive and negative: positive shape is the totality of the mass lying between its contours; in three-dimensional work, the visible shape or outer limit of a form changes as the viewer's position is changed. These outer limits are seen as shapes moving back and forth between major contours. Negative space is empty space defined by positive shape. Sometimes referred to as occupied and unoccupied space.

Sue Tilley - Artist & Sculptor - Portfolio

My broken body - glass art Inspiration- stained glass piece using scrap glass in a similar shape. From Australian artist and sculptor Sue Tilley. She works predominantly in found metal and glass, and working with the community, for the community.

I have no idea where I'd put this sculpture or what I'd do with it, but that doesn't keep me from loving it!

Glass Water Faucet

"I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes." – Artist Ben Young

Translucent Glass Ocean Sculptures by Ben Young

"I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes." – Artist Ben Young I think this quote aptly covers the idea of texture.

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