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Now displaying: March, 2018
Mar 16, 2018
 Episode 188 Terry Sharp... Grand Champion of the First Annual “Tournament of Fire” 
 
I started blowing glass in 1997 in Eugene, Oregon making bowl slides for JBD with my friends Carter Masters and Sunny. In 1999 I relocated to Indianapolis and made various production pipes for local shops. 2008 I took a class with Marcel and Jason Lee they catapulted my skills and gave me the confidence to make more complex pieces. After that I continued to make production and art pieces and take classes with other great artists for several years. 2014 I moved to Denver and with the help of social media continued to spread my works all across the world.  -Terry Sharp
 
you can find Terry's work on instagram @terrysharp
 
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The Flow Magazine has extended their deadline for  the "Marble and Paperweight" Summer Edition till March 30 for submissions. 
Submitted photos must be high res images (at least 300 dpi) 
Fill out the attached form below or put your email and contact info in an email with your image ans send directly to Maureen's email-
maureen@glasspatterns.com
 
 
 
Summer 2018: Marbles and Paperweights
This issue is dedicated to the orb, marbles, and paperweights. Any style of marble or paperweight at any skill level
(beginner, intermediate, and advanced) submission will be considered for publication. Gallery entries, general
interest stories, plus health, safety or technical articles, as well as tutorials are welcomed. 
Deadline: March 30, 2018 Magazine Release Date: June 15, 2018
 
submission form link
https://www.dropbox.com/s/l2ffw6iuai3nlo9/The%20Flow%20Submission%20Form.pdf?dl=0
 
 
 
Mar 8, 2018

Episode 187- Eric Goldschmidt..Don’t limit yourself by being a one-trick-pony

Erics bio :
Working as a candle maker for a few years, Eric’s interest in molten media was born in 1993. After three years of working with wax, flameworking found him. In 1996, Eric’s roommate set up a torch in their garage and Eric became captivated by the processes and possibilities of flameworking. Throughout the past 21 years he has devoted his efforts to practicing and developing the techniques of several well-known glass instructors, while studying and assisting with many of the World’s most talented glass artists. These experiences have given him a vast array of techniques from which to draw. He combines this wealth of knowledge with his own interests in the subtle energies of the natural world, delicate forms, and the capture of raw human emotions to create original new works.
Eric held the position of Resident Flameworker at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass for six years where he was able to share his knowledge and passion for glass with thousands of students and museum visitors. He then worked with Arribas Brothers Company where he designed, developed, and produced works at Walt Disney World. He returned to The Corning Museum of Glass in the spring of 2008 to accept a position as Team Leader of the Flameworkers, and he is currently the Supervisor of Properties of Glass Programs. This position allows him to develop demonstrations that help to educate, inspire, and spread the word of the very fascinating glass World to hundreds of thousands of visitors per year. Of course, Eric will always be dedicated to the expression of his own voice through his favorite medium of glass. He continues to exhibit his work and teach both in the United States and abroad.


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