Tag Archives: glass

Artist of the Day / Roberto dos Santos Goncalves / Venezuela

Roberto’s blog  http://robertodossantos4net.wordpress.com/  is in Spanish, but will be translated for you.   Stoneware, wood and glass. Stoneware Glass Sculpture – Fused glass, enamels and brass. http://www.robertodossantos.net/portfolio.htm Advertisements

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Artist of the Day / Marco Mahler / Portland, OR

Since I’ve recently become interested in making mobiles, I thought I would start checking out artists who actually know what they are doing.  Marco Mahler obviously does.  And with great style and artistry.  His beautiful mobiles are more stylish and … Continue reading

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Making It / Paul Barbera / New York City

I’m posting a link to Paul’s site because he has done something like what I’m trying to do with my Making It category.  But, he has been photographing artist’s whole environments, and has had a book published showing these! “Where … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Filip Dujardin / Belgium

While researching architecture, I came across this amazing Belgian architect who has created some incredibly unique buildings!  I’ve literally never seen anything like his work! Wait a minute!  Now that I read further, I see that Philip’s buildings are not … Continue reading

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Making It / Ceramic Wood Fired Kiln Firing / Ike Vega

Ike Vega (Artist of the Day Apr. 16) sent me these great photos of the firing of the Anagama wood fired kiln.  The entire firing and cooling process takes almost three weeks!  I really appreciate him taking the time to … Continue reading

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Artist of the Day / Isaac Vega / Sacramento, California

I like ‘real’ earthy pottery.  Things that I could imagine were made a thousand years ago.  I’m not ‘into’ pretty or cute in any sort of art, actually.  These pieces, mostly, were fired in wood fired kilns over periods of … Continue reading

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A Great Blog to Look At / http://artstormer.com/

Betsy Wills of Artstormer ‘liked’ a recent post of mine, so I checked out her blog.  It is similar to mine in that it focuses on artists that she personally likes and finds interesting.  I recommend that you look at … Continue reading

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