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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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Layton went back to England and opened London Glassblowing, a collective where artists from all over come to create their work.
Bay, 60, began glassblowing 6 years ago, as he was "not getting any younger.
But only with government subsidies and private sector investment can the ancient art of glassblowing which flourished in Afghanistan for centuries survive in today's world.
The slow pace of business in a seldom-visited town as well as a lack of government protection for handicrafts has meant a steady decline in business for the last vestige of Lebanon's once-thriving glassblowing industry.
There are plenty of one-off courses available at this time of year based on traditional crafts such as wreath-making and glassblowing, as well as fun activities like making festive decorations.
Sean, a native of Philadelphia, started glassblowing in high school and, in 2007, spotted Armelle across the Pilchuck dining room.
I created my own surrealist masterpiece at Painting with a Twist on the Central Avenue bar strip downtown and tried glassblowing at the Morean Arts Centre.
She's turned a derelict house into her dream home on a shoestring, helped people buy their fantasy pads on TV, set up a production company with Location, Location pal Phil Spencer, mastered glassblowing to basket weaving, and is mum to boys Oscar, six, and Bay, four, and has two stepchildren from her husband Ben's former marriage, Hal, 14, and Orion, 11.
Guests can walk on real grass at the half-acre Lawn Club, experience the art of glassblowing shows at The Corning Museum of Glass, and unwind at The AquaSpa by Elemis which boasts a hammam, infrared sauna, aromatic steam room, cold room, DIY scrub and salt bar, sensory showers and acupuncture.
The annual gathering will focus on the timely issues surrounding the licensing of our state's natural resources and will feature delicious locally sourced food, live music, lively roundtable discussion, glassblowing and a host of other fun activities.
The Hebron Glass & Ceramics glassblowing factory is one of two such remaining factories in Hebron, where this handcraft has been cultivated for several hundred years.
Maria and Giovanna live in a world of high craft and hard work, the daughters of a glassblowing family on the island of Murano, Italy, in the fifteenth century.