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12 hours ago

Stafford Art Glass

Good morning! The weather has been great for glassblowing lately. Here are some pieces made for the "Sprouts" project, a new product I am designing that is a suncatcher that grows plant cuttings! Video of the project soon! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

Monday! I hope everyone is doing good!

I have been working on some new things. A fountain (from a few days ago), garden ornaments (shown) and something from the first few years I was in business that helps start new plant cuttings. All these things have one thing in common: gardening.

My daughter who is in town from art school has been kind enough to shoot video of me working so I will have a video showing the development of these ideas as they get worked through. Think of it as a creative diary, an insiders look on the process. I am normally fairly private with my in-process work (I never know what twists and turns things will take-seems I often can turn on a dime so it's not always a logical process). In the next few days things will become clearer....

The opposite of destruction is creation. I hope that everyone is safe and sound. The weather here is great and I hope you can feel safe enough to venture out onto footpaths, parks, and other places in order to breathe in the life affirming presence of nature!
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4 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

These are challenging times for sure. The cracks are showing. I'm hoping they let in the light! Hope your Saturday is going well! ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

Stafford Art Glass

There's always a bright side to every day. Here's hoping you can find some in your own world today! Meanwhile, how beautiful is Venice?!! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Stafford Art Glass

This is one of three elements for a glass fountain. The way these are designed, there is a bottom "frond" with a hole in the bottom. A small bucket is planted into the ground with the water and a circulating pump in the bucket while this piece sits on top of the bucket, hiding it and creating a sweet visual end to the fountain.

Two other deeper glass bowl shapes (they look a lot like the one pictured) are placed above the piece you see pictured here. It has the effect of leaves or fronds with water cascading over/through them. The fountain can be planted amongst low-lying flowers or made to float just above the tops of flowers, bushes/shrubs. A lot of options are possible to marry the fountain to your landscape.

This is the early stage of the build process, so more pieces will be coming out in the days to come, with a finished piece soon. Maybe a video or two to show the process, too!

As long as you can keep falling branches from being an issue, these live very nicely out of doors.
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