Blue Drip Art Glass Bowl
Blue Drip Bowl: "Every piece by Taylor-Backes Glass Studio is unique and spontaneous, using the heat of the glory hole and the weight of the added drips to create a piece that still looks as though it has motion. The piece starts as a hot glass bubble at the end of a blow pipe. It is then shaped, and the solid glass drips are added on to the bubble. The drips contain dichroic glass which is what makes them sparkle. Each drip vase or bowl takes from 45 minutes to 2 hours to make, depending upon the size. There is a team of three to six glass blowers who work to make each one come to life. When finished the pieces weigh between 20 and 65 pounds."
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