glass-blowing


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glass-blowing

the process of shaping a mass of molten or softened glass into a vessel, shape, etc., by blowing air into it through a tube
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Techniques being taught include glass-blowing, furnace building, beadmaking, hot glass casting, kiln-forming, glass painting and expressive flameworking.
The initiative started a year ago when Abichaker happened to meet Hussein Khalifeh, "the dean" of the glass-blowing family in Sarafand.
It was tough at first because I Knew nothing at all about glass-blowing," said Bee.
I own a glass-blowing studio and art gallery across the street from The Dining Room and watch the activities over there on a daily basis.
Chihuly's connections to Italy date to 1968, when he was awarded a Fulbright fellowship to work at a factory in Venice where he learned glass-blowing techniques and how to work with a team of craftspeople.
Onboard attractions include a glass-blowing show and a real grass "lawn club".
LuLu Hypermarket Bahrain regional director Juzer Rupawala said among the crafts on display will be bangle-making, glass-blowing, puppet shows and marble inlay paintings.
He attended classes at Pilchuck School in Seattle, working as a gaffer (the main person or leader, besides the artist, of a glass-blowing team) for Dale Chihuly to earn tuition.
Kirstie set about transforming it on a shoestring budget learning 18 different crafts in the process such as glass-blowing, wallpaper-making and quilting, which can be seen on the programme.
Karen, from Holm, Orkney, was living in the lakeside tourist resort on an extended working holiday and had a job in a glass-blowing studio.
Examining the most unpleasant employment opportunities through the ages, including bridgebuilding, soap-boiling, glass-blowing.
Their high quality standards and innovative approach towards glass-blowing design propels their talents into a zone I call Fused Fashion," said Ron DeSantis, president of DeSantis DeSigns Inc.