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Texas Heat Glass Exhibition 2013 - Online Exhibition


 

Gulf Coast Blue Crab

Texas Gulf Coast Blue Crab

28in X 19in

By Keith Baker


 

Texas Tulips

Stained glass, solder, zinc frame

32in X 14in

By Keith Baker


 

Cooling Waters

Every Texan has felt the transformation of cooling waters. The experience touches the soul when one enters cooling waters after experiencing a day in the Texas heat.

9.5in x 18in x 3in

By Louise Craig

 

 


 

The Frio River

The Frio (Spanish for cold) has long been a refuge against the Texas heat, The river?s clear, spring-fed coolness inspired both the color and movement for this glass.

19in x 9.5in

By Louise Craig


 

Melting

Kiln Formed Glass

5.75in x 9in

By Krisha Foss

 

 

 


 

Summertime

Stained Glass Panel

30in x 32in

By Sherill Hensley

 


 

Fall Inferno

Handmade lampwork glass leaf necklace

20in x 2.5in

By Nina 'Sam' Hibler

 


 

The Days End

Rejoicing as the cool of the night replaces the heat of the day

24in x 24in

By Valerie Larson-Lohr


 

Fire and Ice

Fused bowl

8in x 5in

By Valerie Larson-Lohr


 

2 Piece Functional Set

Flameworked and Kilnformed Bowl and Platter

12in bowl and 11.75 in platter

By Nicole Lozano

 

 

 


 

Red Hot

Kiln Carved Glass

10in x 16.5in

By Nicole Lozano

 

 

 


 

Gone to Seed

Flameworked and Kilnformed Glass Bowl

20in

By Nicole Lozano


 

Flame Necklace

Flameworked beads dangle from a handworked chain

Beads approx. 3/4in, chain 19in

By Shannon Martinez

 


 

Texas Heat (In a Little Box)

Stained & fused glass

8.25in X 4.75in X 4in

By Patrick McDaniel


 

Heading Into Summer

Fused glass

14.25in X 14.25in

By Patrick McDaniel


 

Daylily Garden

The beginning of summer brings the daylily garden into full bloom. I layered colors of vitreous enamel onto copper discs to evoke the brilliant colors of the blooms.

Not Specified

By Lisa Meyer

 

 

 


 

The Diver

Summer in Texas means finding a pool to cool down. I used photographs to create screen prints and layered them between sheets of glass.

Not Specified

By Lisa Meyer


 

Last One In

Summer in Texas means finding a pool to cool down. I used photographs to create screen prints and layered them between sheets of glass.

Not Specified

By Lisa Meyer

 

 

 


 

Empty Chair

In summertime in Texas, people tend to hibernate in the air conditioning. However, in doing so, so much is missed. I used photographs to create screen prints and layered them between sheets of glass.

Not Specified

By Lisa Meyer

 

 

 


 

Texas Heat Rising

Aperture Melts with Sandblasted Flames

Not Specified

By Gail Stouffer

 


 

After the Fire

Kiln Formed Glass

22in x 18in x 3/8in

By Gail Stouffer

 


 

Rebirth 2

Enameled copper panel, prong and bezel set on textured sterling silver

2.8in (from top of bail) by 1.5in on 18in

By Francesca Watson

 

 

 


 

Rebirth 3

Enameled copper panel, prong and bezel set on textured sterling silver

2.75in (from top of bail) by 1.1in on 18in

By Francesca Watson

 

 

 


 

Rebirth 4

Enameled copper panel, prong and bezel set on textured sterling silver

2.75in (from top of bail) by 1.25in on 18in

By Francesca Watson