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Posted on June 29, 2012 | No CommentsMihai Topescu, by the movie directed by Bogdan-Cristian Dragan, offers access to the laboratory of a noble art of fire: glass. As observers, we follow a process, as live as possible, even incandenscent, which is the difference from "cold" Anatomy Lesson... painted by Rembrandt. Mihai Topescu is a complex artist, dedicated from his very beginnings as a glass artist, yet always adding, this material and its "vocabulary", other materials and techniques, thus installing harmonious and fertile dialogues of the modalities of expression.
Posted on June 26, 2012 | No CommentsJohn Pomp Studios: www.johnpomp.com Ron Risman www.cinematicstories.com Gregor Halenda www.gregorhalenda.com This film was created for a John Pomp Studios in Philadelphia. The focus of the film was to highlight John's process for creating blown glass lighting. Glass blowing is a beautiful art form and we wanted to compliment his work with a film that was just as organic. Instead of a music soundtrack we chose to create a rhythm with the sounds of tools, torches, and other objects used in the creation of blown glass. The film was produced by Gregor Halenda, Gregor Halenda Photography, and Ron Risman, Cinematic Stories and Cameratown.com. Gregor Halenda is a commercial photographer and videographer. Ron Risman is a photographer, Cinematographer, and Editor.
Posted on May 22, 2012 | No CommentsWHAT?! Mhm, glass blowing at it's finest. Went and made "tumbler" glasses today, which are just regular drinking glasses pretty much. Experience was freaken awesome and the glass was really cool to work with. I first covered my glass blob in white glass chips and then in green to create a nice translucent looking piece of kitchenware. Chris used black and yellow, and we're not sure how either turned out but we will on Tuesday, when we'll pick the cups up. I'll post the results in the video I make then! :D Anyway, Happy mothers day and enjoy the super chillax weather the earth is having right now (at least, by me).
Posted on May 4, 2012 | No CommentsA good beer needs a good beer glass, and after hearing about the new craft beer, Village Brewery, starting up in Calgary we met four artists who are hand crafting special beer mugs for the occasion. Phillip, Tim, Kai, and Ryan, are the artists of Bee Kingdom and they took us into the 'Hive' for an introduction to glass blowing and a bit of fun. It starts with rods of raw glass, throw them into a super hot furnace, add blow torches and clamps and metal bars, and with the right amount of talent and creativity you can finish up with some beautiful pieces of functional art. The GCAT team spent the morning watching these glass masters do their thing and we were very impressed. One wrong move or bad timing and it will almost immediately ruin the project you are working on, but as we could see that does not happen too often with these four lads. *** Kids, don't try this at home. *** Phillip, Tim, Kai, and Ryan are all graduates of the Alberta College of Art and Design and are part of the emerging art scene in Calgary. Along with other like minded young artists in Calgary they are inadvertently serving as pioneers on the emerging art scene in this fairly young city. Like the Village Brewery, the Bee Kingdom has a strong belief in their mandate: Growing Community. The artists of Bee Kingdom also make fine glass art using their unique skills and even have a showroom in Germany. They also run glass blowing sessions to the public so if you want to give glass blowing a try give them a ...
Posted on February 21, 2012 | No Comments