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    Lightbulb new video about my soft glass sculptures!

    Hi everyone!

    I did some work with a videographer (big shout-out to Chris at Red Shamrock Productions!) this summer and the 16-minute video he made, demonstrating the making of a complex sculpture as well as some background about my glass work and inspiration, is now posted!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbJZLKzPbqA



    Enjoy!
    Wes.

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    Wow Wes, that's awesome - thanks so much for posting it!

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    Fascinating to watch you work. Amazing.

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    Awesome... Thanks for sharing...
    Kris Schaible
    Vice President
    International Society of Glass Beadmakers

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    Thanks for the information! Can't wait to go see it. You rock, Wes!!!
    Debby

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    Looking at the finished work is wonderful-- watching it being made takes my breath away. Thanks for posting the link.

    Mimi

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    Thank you so much, Wes for posting this! Absolutely amazing!!!

    -Kendra

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    Wonderful. Thank you!
    Margie

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    What a great video! I hope to take your class in Chinook next year.
    Nicole Valentine - Rimmer
    www.NValentineStudio.etsy.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi Vellek View Post
    Looking at the finished work is wonderful-- watching it being made takes my breath away. Thanks for posting the link.

    Mimi
    I couldn't have put it better than Mimi did! Thank you so much for sharing it here, Wes!! There are a lot of flameworkers that I admire, but you're definitely at the top of that list. You do things with soft glass that seem absolutely impossible to me.
    Angie Ramey

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