This is Why Glass Art Making Fascinates Me...A LOT.

in art β€’Β  3 months ago

For those who have been following my posts,
it really shows how much I love glass art, doesn't it? πŸ˜€

What's not to love about glass art, when it is this relaxing to watch it being made?

Also, what's not to love about glass art, when it is fun and fulfilling to make it?

As a glass artist, I know the patience it takes to make glass art.
You have to endure long processes and disappointments along the way,
especially when the outcome is not what you've imagined.

Also, as you achieve your desired outcome, you cannot use it right away
as you have to allow it to cool for a long time, or else it's gonna break, and your efforts will be in vain.

But, no matter the time, the effort, and the patience needed to make glass art,
it's undeniable that IT'S SO WORTH IT. πŸ’•

Anyway, I hope you watch the video and enjoy it! πŸ˜€
It will not take much of your time, only 3 minutes,
and not only will you learn about glass art making (glass goblet making in this sense),
but you'll also feel the calming and therapeutic effects of watching the video.

Thank you very much for dropping by and have an awesome day! 😊

Credits to the Corning Museum of Glass for this YouTube video.


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I could watch glass blowers create magnificent items for ages @michelleast and I imagine it must take many, many hours to perfect this skill. I checked out your Green Cactus work of art and it is very beautiful indeed.


Indeed, @trudeehunter. It takes tons of time, practice, and patience, but they are all worth it when you see how beautiful your pieces have become. πŸ˜€

Thank you very much for your appreciation on my work, too! 😊

Have a lovely weekend.

Yes, watching glass being worked is mesmerising. It's somewhere between dripping thick honey, or perhaps closest to watching people making those hard multi-coloured candies.


I totally agree @leoplaw! πŸ˜€ Thanks for dropping by! 😊