Author Topic: Studio Sculpture / Suncatcher in Smoke = Whitefriars Architectural Slab No. 4  (Read 2166 times)

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Re: Studio Sculpture / Suncatcher in Smoke
« Reply #10 on: September 15, 2009, 04:24:29 AM »
What a rare and wondrous thing! And great photos too  :hiclp:


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Re: Studio Sculpture / Suncatcher in Smoke
« Reply #11 on: September 15, 2009, 11:03:28 PM »
Indeed, and Bernard could submit them for the 2010 Calendar if he wishes.  :)


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Re: Studio Sculpture / Suncatcher in Smoke
« Reply #12 on: October 08, 2009, 08:59:34 AM »
One minor correction:

I mentioned these architectural slabs to Ray Annenberg on Sunday September 27 at the Cambridge Glass Fair, and he recalled making some himself, so this example could have been made by him.   He kindly explained to me that the mould was just the four sides placed on the marver, which formed the base.   I had erroneously assumed that the mould was box-shaped, i.e. with a base.   Also the mould and the marver weren't lightly textured but flat.
Grateful thanks to Ray.    :hiclp: :hiclp: :hiclp:

Bernard C.  8)  
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