Glass is a mysterious material. Few people understand how art glass is made. From sand to glass, artists can create objects of beauty using nothing but fire and simple tools and techniques that have been handed down though the ages.​ In this short presentation you will see some art glass works of American born artist David Sandidge. David Sandidge's work incorporates primarily two style of glass making.
The first style is called “lampworking”. This process uses a torch or “lamp” as was used hundreds of years ago, to  heat glass rods to a molten state then shaped and formed.   
 

The second style is called “off-hand” glassblowing. This process uses molten glass which is gathered on the end of a steel blow pipe out of a furnace that is heated to temperatures in excess of 2300 degrees Fahrenheit

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