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glassblowing

[′glas‚blō·iŋ]
(engineering)
Shaping a mass of viscid glass by inflating it with air introduced through a tube.
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Crowley, a fifth-generation glassblower, has been working with stained and fused glass for 35 years, and has been blowing glass for 25 years.
Every member of the cast - except for lead actor Bierbichler and those playing the glassblowers - was hypnotised during filming.
Once he got the glassblower on board, assuring him that there might be a chance for him to make a sustainable living from his work again, the next challenge was to create the glass in small enough pieces so that it could efficiently be transported to its destination.
When the piece is finished, the glassblower removes it from the pipe to slowly cool.
Another glassblower is Josh Simpson, who received his bachelor's degree in arts from Hamilton College, New York, in 1973.
Notable people associated with Woodbridge include musician Richie Sambora, Olympian Dagmara Wozniak, glassblower Clarence Madison Dally, wrestler Dawn Marie Psaltis, etc.
A glassblower (gaffer) can dip his blowpipe into the melted glass, pick up a small blob, and blow a glass bubble.
99) provides a mystery revolving around glassblower Emmeline, who not only blows glass but investigates the murder of a stranger who has begged to use her kiln for an experimental gem treatment.
Glassblower and sculptor Kyle Boswell, along with his business partner, psychologist and art critic Jon Mourot, is bringing his artistic vision to Pulaski Heights.
They include a glass sculpture created by artist Jason Bowman working with a local glassblower, while local residents will be invited to help create an audio map of the changing landscape around the building.
Conceptual artist Jason Bowman will work with a local glassblower to create a rotating mobile of glass- blown mirrored tears in a kinetic sculpture exploring emotional responses to art and culture.
Glassblower Craig Colquhoun, of Bedlington, created the 12-inch statues of Newcastle legends Rob Lee and John Beresford for a special reunion of the Entertainers era tonight.