Luke Jacomb’s blown glass canoe paddles might not be sea-worthy, but they are certainly see-worthy. The New Zealand artist learned his craft from his father glass artist John Croucher, one of the founders of Gaffer Glass.
In addition to these wonderful canoe paddles, Jacomb’s portfolio (and archives) features baskets, canoes, goblets, forks, and a variety of other cast and blown glass sculpture.
Thank you so much. . .although I have not responded to everyone who commented on my post about Chloe (or the dozens of people who wrote to me privately) please know that your kind words, heartfelt thoughts and prayers lift me up. I miss her more than I can say. . .
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This issue gives you a look at millions of glass beads, a most unusual home/art studio, sculptures created with cut and curled paper strips, two how-to projects, bold polymer jewelry with a limited color palette, an introduction to an artist who stitches wild grass and oh-so-much-more!
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