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At its broadest level “art glass” can most easily be defined in opposition to glass for utilitarian purposes where the usability is more important than artistic design. On a more intimate level, it could simply be described as beautiful.
Creating pottery by forming clay into a vessel before fire-heating to high temperatures in a kiln, which will remove all water from the clay as well as increasing its strength in addition to hardening and setting its shape.
Project Director, Moses Mora and Mural Artist, MB Hanrahan, at their Tortilla Flats mural project on Figueroa Street in Ventura, CA.
2,000 degrees in this little furnace, which is helping these glassblowing artists produce their work.