Thursday, September 22, 2005

Photo groupings & PHARMACEUTICAL REPS Notice





I am posting some photos of some of the glass that I have blown recently. A couple of pieces I blew @ Blue Sage Studios under the tutelage of the great and magnificent Andy Boatman.

I have been trying to blow "sets" of things. Things that go together based on color or type or both.

Here they are. I have them on display and for sale at our restaurant, Italian Jim's Pizzeria @ 342 S. Mustang Road in the the Yukon area. We are located just south of the intersection of Reno and Mustang Road on the south side of I-40. Be sure and click on each picture so you can get a better look at it. It's kind've hard to get a sense of scale for some of the pieces. In the one with the blue and green pieces, the tallest one in the back is about 16 or 17 inches tall. To me, they look smaller in the photos than what they really are.

ATTENTION!!
ATTENTION!!
PHARMACEUTICAL REPS READ THIS. THIS IS FOR YOU!

If you are a pharmaceutical Rep and you read this and if you book a catering for at least 20 people and mention this offer and are 1 of the first 3 to mention this I will blow you a hand blown oil lamp with a couple of colors of your choosing out of the colors I have in stock. I'll give it to you within a few days after the catering is completed. There is a picture of a green and orange oil lamp in front of the pieces in the top photo. Again, be sure and click on each photo for a better look.

4 comments:

Andrew said...

Those are some great photos. Good composition. You need to get a Flickr account too. You can post up photos and tag them with words like glass and glassblowing and searchers can find them. It is just a way to network a bit. www.flickr.com

Andrew said...

If people see these photos know that you really need to see these great works of art in person.

Bella Forte Glass Studio said...

Thanks Andy! I'll pay you the money next time I see you.

bloomr4 said...

i was in italian jim's today to eat. anyway i saw that you had more stuff on display. how much do you sell it for?