Flameworking through the ages.

Flameworking through the ages.

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Glass Art Society. Conference (36th : 2006 : Saint Louis, Mo.), author
1 folded brochure (6 unnumbered pages) : illustrations (chiefly color), map, portraits (chiefly color) ; 29 x 44 cm folded to 29 x 15 cm
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TP859.2.G535 2006
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Call Number: 
TP859.2.G535 2006
Cover title.
At head of title: Gallery Hop Oasis.
Flyer promoting lampworking demonstrations during the GAS Gallery Hop, held June 16, 2006 from 6-10 pm at the Third Degree Glass Studio, St. Louis, Missouri.
Includes bibliographical references (page 6).
"Please join us at the GAS Oasis party. Enjoy refreshments while watching our demonstration of 'Lampwork through the ages.' This historical exploration will include live demonstrations of ancient through modern lampworking techniques by some of today's most notable glass artists including Shane Fero, Fred Birkhill, Lewis Wilson, Carmen Lozar, Matt Eskuche and more. From the worlds most ancient furnace to the oil lamps of the Renaissance, discover the roots of the lampwork movement."
Includes brief bios for Frederick Birkhill, Matthew Eskuche, Shane Fero, Tim Lindeman, Carmen Lozar, and Lewis Wilson.
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG objects: 58.1.38, p. 1 -- 66.1.213, p. 2 (center) -- 68.1.15, p. 2 (bottom) -- 66.1.223, p. 3 (top).