40 Great Glass Fusing Projects

Author: Lynn Haunstein

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 176

View: 476

Whether you are new to glass fusing or a veteran glass crafter, you will find fresh ideas in this book.

Great Stained Glass Projects for Beginners

Author: Sandy Allison

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 293

Complete instructions, patterns, material lists, and step-by-step photos for 18 projects—panels, boxes, candleholders, sun catchers, ornaments, and more—suitable for beginners. All great looking and using the newest styles of glass—many have the contemporary look popular on Etsy and Pinterest. For each project, finished project photos, full-size pattern, materials list, and technique photos and instruction are presented, along with variations of some patterns. Includes expert advice for the basic techniques of glass cutting, grinding, foiling, and soldering.

Basic Glass Fusing

All the Skills and Tools You Need to Get Started

Author: Lynn Haunstein

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 162

View: 186

The latest title in Stackpole's bestselling Basics series, this book presents a fun, growing trend in glass crafts What type of glass to use and how to cut it; how to work with a kiln from setup to project completion; how to make your own molds and glass accents Instructions and full-size patterns for 18 projects: bowls, vases, plates, windchimes, candleholders, and more Illustrated with hundreds of step-by-step photos, a gallery of inspiring projects, and a list of glass fusing resources

A Beginner's Guide to Kiln-formed Glass

Fused, Slumped, Cast

Author: Brenda Griffith

Publisher: Lark Books (NC)

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

View: 595

Contains nineteen projects to start a beginner in the art of kiln-forming glass.

Kiln-Formed Glass - Beyond the Basics

Best Studio Practices * Techniques * Projects

Author: Brenda Griffith

Publisher: Lark Books (NC)

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 224

View: 384

This is a comprehensive workbench guide. It goes beyond the basics; suitable for intermediate level. Many projects do not require a studio or unusual equipment. With this comprehensive workbench guide, acclaimed artist Brenda Griffith takes kiln-formed gl

The Blue Light Project

A Novel

Author: Timothy Taylor

Publisher: Catapult

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 369

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Spanning a four-day hostage situation in the not-too-distant future, The Blue Light Project looks on as a city unravels and three lives intersect in unlikely ways. When an armed man seizes a television studio in the center of town, Thom Pegg, a former investigative journalist turned tabloid reporter, is as surprised as anyone to learn that he is the only person to whom the hostage taker will speak, bringing him inside the studio and in contact with the frightening truth. From outside, meanwhile, the drama of the enthralled and horrified city is revealed through the eyes of two very different people thrown together by the crisis. Eve is an Olympic gold medalist and local hero. Rabbit is a renegade street artist who has just completed a massive and mysterious installation on the tops of hundreds of buildings throughout the city. As events churn to chaos, Taylor paints a powerful picture of the sinister side of our interconnected world, taking us on a dizzying journey through black sites, 24/7 media cycles, cults of celebrity, gang stalking, underground art, societal paranoia, and dangerous cynicism. The result is a gripping work of dark brilliance, from which Taylor ultimately surprises us with grounds for hope.

Forty-Eight X

The Lumeria Project

Author: Barry Pollack

Publisher: Medallion Media Group

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 338

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"A colonel with a shadowy past . . . A new kind of war and warrior . . . A military science experiment out of control . . . On the tropical island of Diego Garcia in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the United States has gathered together its most talented scientists to conduct top secret experiments. Their goal—to create a revolutionary new warrior. A warrior so strong, so valiant, so expendable that the age of “casualties of war” becomes only a sad and distant memory. And so, the Lemuria Project is brought to life—by a Nobel laureate in genetics and a three-star general seeking redemption in a long-lost and forgotten metaphysical civilization. Haunted by a dark and dangerous past, Colonel Link McGraw is the officer chosen to train and lead these special “soldiers.” In the course of battles to renew his tattered reputation, he, above all, knows what constitutes the perfect soldier. It’s simple: Follow orders, command decisively, make no excuses, and have no regrets. When Egyptian beauty Fala al-Shohada and Israeli Joshua Krantz, romantically paired archaeologists, stumble across the top secret project, they are determined to uncover its true nature and pursue their quest to the island of Diego Garcia. Science and politics clash, as do Krantz and McGraw, who vie for Fala’s affection. When they discover they aren’t the only ones on the island competing for her attention, shocking truths are revealed. The future of the entire human race comes to a crossroads on Lemuria. Will humanity find there its loftier spirit or become a lesser species in earth’s evolution? - See more at: http://medallionmediagroup.com/books/forty-eight-x-the-lemuria-project/#sthash.Qjp0bqEz.dpuf"

The Galapagos

A Natural Laboratory for the Earth Sciences

Author: Karen S. Harpp

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 448

View: 627

The Galápagos Islands are renown for their unique flora and fauna, inspiring Charles Darwin in the elaboration of his theory of evolution. Yet in his Voyage of the Beagle, published in 1839, Darwin also remarked on the fascinating geology and volcanic origin of these enchanted Islands. Since then, the Galápagos continue to provide scientists with inspiration and invaluable information about ocean island formation and evolution, mantle plumes, and the deep Earth. Motivated by an interdisciplinary Chapman Conference held in the Islands, this AGU volume provides cross-disciplinary collection of recent research into the origin and nature of ocean islands, from their deepest roots in Earth's mantle, to volcanism, surface processes, and the interface between geology and biodiversity. Volume highlights include: Case studies in biogeographical, hydrological, and chronological perspective Understanding the connection between geological processes and biodiversity Synthesis of decades of interdisciplinary research in physical processes from surface to deep interior of the earth In-depth discussion of the concept of the island acting as a natural laboratory for earth scientists Integrated understanding of the Galápagos region from a geological perspective Collectively, The Galápagos presents case studies illustrating the Galápagos Archipelago as a dynamic natural laboratory for the earth sciences. This book would be of special interest to a multidisciplinary audience in earth sciences, including petrologists, volcanologists, geochronologists, geochemists, and geobiologists.