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18 Mind-Blowing Glass Marbles!


18. 1.211″ by James Daschbach. Glass marble extraordinaire James Daschbach has been working with glass for over 15 years, and is widely recognized for his out-of-this-world, galaxy-like borosilicate marbles.  He currently resides in Washington.

Source: James Daschbach. Source: James Daschbach. All photos © their respective owners with permission granted for this blog post unless otherwise noted.

17. Truce Colors by Andrew Brown Studios. Carved using the battuto technique, this gorgeous marble is the ultimate play between color and texture.  Andrew Brown graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration from the Savannah College of Art Design in 1998, and then relocated to Albuquerque, NM, where he began his rewarding and innovative career making glass art.

Source: Andrew Brown Studios. Source: Andrew Brown Studios.

Source: Andrew Brown Studios. Source: Andrew Brown Studios.

16. Opal Basket by Raj Kommineni.  Sandblasted, faceted, and featuring a perfectly-positioned opal, this brilliant artwork was created by Raj Kommineni.  Raj was born and raised in Massachusetts, and…

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January 25, 2015 at 6:21 am

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