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Glassblowing involves using human breath to inflate very hot molten glass (usually around 2100 degrees) on the end of a hollow blowpipe into a bubble and then forming the piece using tools, technique and gravity.


For the most part, the piece itself is actually created outside of the heat source (known as a furnace) although the piece is continually plunged into it to keep it from cracking. 


This is my newest body of work and the work that originally attracted me to working with glass in the first place.

Blown Glass

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