The Process of a Piece Starting with a Demo at Duncan McClellan Gallery In Saint Petersburg Florida

Here are some photos taken during the demo I gave at Duncan McClellan Gallery. Majority of the time spent making my work is in the cold shop grinding and polishing. In this blog I will document the process and show how go through my process. If there are any questions, please feel free to email me and I will fill in the gaps as best as I can. I feel I  am so close to the work that I more than likely miss explaining valuable information. 

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Taos Glass Invitational

This was a great show. This piece "Alignment" was chosen for the poster and brochure for the show. I also won an Award of Excellence from the show.

Started a new batch

I have recently fired up all the equipment and started making a new batch of pieces. This is view of the pieces once the annealer is opened and the pieces have cooled after blowing them. That's a nice loading job considering I work alone.

New collectors books have arrived

A next batch of collector books in the mail. This is a project I have been working on for some time now. I rather proud of this addition. The book is 8.5 inches by 11 inches, all glossy 50+ page hard bound book full of colorful photos.