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show at the Terra Nova Gallery has been
extended for another month and she's
adding an additional "skate
board" to the display. This one is
called, "Gliding On Glass."
working on a very nice set of sidelights
for a front entry in Salt Lake City. It
will give the client more privacy while
allowing all the natural light in.
and I are working on a unique set of
sidelights for a home that needs a little
glass for the season panels is mostly
clear to let as much light in, but
textured to add privacy.
we showed straight line cutting techniques
that most glass artists can use, this month
we focus on a specialty tool that is
probably on your wish list.
Glass Using A Taurus Ring Saw
When we designed this panel, we knew it had some
difficult cuts. But we went ahead because we have a Taurus Ring Saw in
our studio. It's not a "need" to have a ring saw, but once you
get one you'll be thrilled.
Some of the pictures in this article are
slightly blurry. Unfortunately, we just don't have the level of lighting for video in
the grinder area.