Heat to Beauty

The risk of high heat to beauty

Glass Artist
Greenfield Village – The Henry Ford

Starts with an artist

Greenfield Village
Greenfield Village – The Henry Ford

Working with the extreme heat of blown glass

Blown Glass
Greenfield Village – The Henry Ford

Ends with the art of color and design

Images copyright – Irene Tron.  All rights reserved.

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14 thoughts on “Heat to Beauty

  1. Love the patterns in the final result. Beautiful.

    And with many memories of burnt fingertips every time I took laboratory glass to bunsen burners in middle school and high school, I am personally quite impressed with the risks of molten glass. 😉

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    1. It sure must! In their pottery shop, I overheard one of the workers tell a visitor that it takes seven years as an apprentice before moving up to the next level. I would imagine it is similar in the glass shop.

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