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This category is intended for informational sites, which includes those that focus on instruction, history, and artists involved in the art of glass blowing.
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Glasshouse Verrerie d'Art - Features functional glassware blown by Annette Meech and Christopher Williams. Bob Gent Glassworks - Showcases blown, slumped or fused lamps, bowls, vases and garden art. California Glass Studio - Hand-blown art glass by Nina Paladino Caron and Michael K. Hansen includes bowls, lamps and ornaments. Duncan McClellan Glass - Sand carved glass work of Florida glass artist. Glass by James Michael - Contemporary paperweights, vessels, abstract desktop sculptures, life size castings of humans, lamps and garden art. Hart Glass - Featuring hand-blown glass and etched glass work by David Hartman. Peter Greenwood - Connecticut glass artist creates hand blown art glass vessels, goblets, wall sculpture, lighting, furniture, and chandeliers. Red Fern Glass - Contemporary blown glass chandeliers by Ed Pennebaker. Solart Glass Studio - Gallery of platters, sculpted starfish and decorative vessels. Willseaobrien - Paul Willsea and Carol O'Brien create handblown glass vases, bowls and sculptural forms. Terrill Waldman Glass Design - Features a portfolio of blown glass vessels, platters, chandeliers and architectural elements. Michael Ruh - Hand blown vessels, lighting and tableware from London based glass artist Michael Ruh. Suzanne Guttman Blown Glass - Blown glass art, chandeliers, vessels, lighting and sinks. DBR Glass - Showcase of decorative vessels and tiles by Dianne Rasmussen. Bob Crooks Firstglass - Specializes in lighting, vessels, tableware and perfume bottles. Newt Glass - Glassblowing studio of artist Newt Grover specializing in chandeliers, lighting and sculpture for commercial and residential applications. Memories in Glass - Provides an online dictionary of glass blowing terms and outlines the history of blown glass art. Studio One - Gallery of Canadian Glassblower David Thai. David creates classic forms with a contemporary touch and utilizes a variety of lustrous color themes which include the application of silver foil.
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