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Glassblowing: An Introduction to Solid and Blown Glass Sculpturing

Hoyt, Homer L.

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ISBN 10: 096244040X / ISBN 13: 9780962440403
Published by Crafts & Arts Publishing Co., Inc., Golden, Colorado, U.S.A., 1989
Used Condition: Fine Hardcover
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"In this generously illustrated book, the author assumes the reader has no previous knowledge of glassworking. He starts the pupil, as he has his classroom students for many years, at the beginning. 'Homer's clear enumeration and descrtiption of the eight basic lampworking procedures is first in print, and a major contribution of this work,' says Lawrence Eichman, former student and now teacher and owner of his own studio. From how to hold a glasss rod through as carefully ordered series of projects, he introduces methods that result in impressive but achievable sculptures. Along the way, he emphasizes safety, and comments entertainingly on the history and science behind the art, practical matters for the home bench, and business aspects of glassblowing. There are profiles and sample works of several successful sculptors." This book has 267 pages and is profusely illustrated. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever. Bookseller Inventory # 060334

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Title: Glassblowing: An Introduction to Solid and ...

Publisher: Crafts & Arts Publishing Co., Inc., Golden, Colorado, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1989

Binding: Spiral Bound Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: Fourth Printing

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Glassblowing: An Introduction to Solid and Blown Glass Sculpturing by Homer L. Hoyt / Hard cover with spiral binding, step-by-step lessons for over sixty items such as: shop set-up, safety, sculpturing, blowing & decorating, etc... Includes detailed illustrations. This is the perfect guide for all beginner and intermediate flameworkers. This book was written by Homer Hoyt, founder of Glasscraft. Full of demos, tips, tricks and techniques... A must have for any lampworker.

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