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  • #9187
    JanBarker
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    Here is a piece I am hoping to include in my workplace art exhibit.  Would love feedback please!

    #10675
    scglasslass
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    WOW ! It looks quite detailed and lovely.  This is incredible work!

     

    #10676
    Magic Glass Lady
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    What an exciting piece!!!  How large were the bars that you cut crossways??  Do you use a circle saw for thicker glass and what size blade??

    Magic Glass Lady

     

    #10677
    morganjs
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    I really like your use of colour.  What size is this piece? 

    very nice,

    Jane

    #10678
    JanBarker
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    The piece is about 7"x7" and it was made in a pattern bar class I took from Phil Hoppes here in AZ.  The bar was probably about 8" x 1" wide and we used a 8" tile saw to get the strips.  Right now its my favorite piece but I am hoping to get back into the studio once the weather cools a bit.  Thank you for your compliments!

    #10679
    NanCee
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    Beautiful. Love the colors.

    #10680
    katkramer
    Participant

    Is the piece slumped?  I can’t tell from the picture.

    I also love your choice of colors!  Very nice work!

    #10681
    glassmomma
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    Jan……it’s really a beautiful piece!  Great job!!!  :-)

    #10682
    ktischer2001
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    This is a beautiful piece!  The colors are lovely.  I am especially drawn to the reflection in the edges….how did you work them?

    Kathy Tischer

    #10683
    Kim Natwig
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    The piece has a lot of visual impact and reminds me of Africa.  Do you have a name for it yet?  To me it looks like a lot of people.  I’d suggest "WE ARE THE WORLD".

     Kim

    #10684
    JanBarker
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    I had to think of a name for it real quick for the submission at work and PB by J seemed to work on a couple of levels (the most basic one being: Pattern Bar by Jan).  Not terribly esoteric, but there ya go.

    The edges were worked on a wet belt sander and if you saw them in person, you would see right away that its a newbie’s piece.  The reflections are a wonderful effect that I didn’t plan on but will definintely try to repeat in the next one.  And yes, it was slumped into a very shallow sushi mold.

    Thank you all again for your feedback!  Jan

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