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The Art and Craft of Flameworking

Flameworking Video with host Meghan Carter

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VIDEO EPISODE 7

    Flameworking produces everything from decorative glass bottle stoppers to beautiful glass sculptures. Many of the smaller decorative glass objects you see in stores are made by flameworking artists, and in this video, you will get to watch as flameworking artist Ben Taylor from Louisville Glassworks creates a horses head out of plain sticks of clear glass. The transformation is unbelievable, and Ben's candor about the subject helps to inspire an awe for the art of flameworking.
     While watching the flameworking video, pay close attention to how quickly Ben works. It will give you a newfound appreciation for all of your decorative glass items.



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