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Sandblast glass etching series by
Call Number: Sandblast glass etching
Publication Date: 1987, 2005
Part 1, Suface etching techniques
Part 2, Multilevel carving techniques
Part 3, Techniques for shaded etching
Part 4, Designing for glass etching
Learn the Art of Glass Erasing by
Call Number: Learn the art of glass erasing
Publication Date: 1988
Glass/air erasing is similar to sandblasting, but air and sand are combined to form the blasting material. This video provides step-by-step instructions: materials and supplies needed, design and surface preparation, design transfer, and the final glass erasing step.
Sandblasting/acid etching by
Call Number: Glassworks. Show #5. Sandblasting/acid etching
Publication Date: 1997
Host Marcie Davis interviews Joy England, the director of Creative Enterprises who uses sandblasting in her work. She shows some of her projects and explains the techniques she used to create the etched designs. A short video featuring England shows her in her studio discussing all of the equipment that she uses, and then demonstrating the sandblasting technique.
Sandcarving Techniques by
Call Number: Sandcarving techniques
Publication Date: 1986
After 6-7 minutes of examples of objects decorated by sandblasting/sandcarving, the videotape begins its detailed instructions on how to create objects similar to etched and engraved glassware. Different types of masks are shown, including their creation: rubber/vinyl, copier, metal template, diecut, coat-on emulsion and photomask; then the sandcarving operations are shown
Glass in abstract: Marvin Lipofsky--his work in his words by
Call Number: Glass in abstract: Marvin Lipofsky--his work in his words
Publication Date: 1989
As a visiting artist at the glass studio at California State University in Chico, Lipofsky is shown at work with the help of assistants. He discusses how he works, including his use of color, forms, and molds for shaping. He is then filmed alone at work in his own studio as he is seen finishing pieces started at CSU. He is seen cutting a piece with a tile saw and finishing it by grinding, sandblasting, and dipping in an acid bath.
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