Learn detailed small form sculpting, Bas-relief style, how to use Borosticks and more in our Webinar with Nathan Belmont 8/30! Click Here for more info.

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Blog: Nathan Belmont Webinar

Nathan Belmont: Episode ll PlazmaKollab

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2018 was the year Bucho and Winship finally did their Hummingbird Feeder Pipe Collab

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Blog: Dellene Peralta Webinar

Dellene leads off on our 6 part webinar series: PlazmaKollab Weapon of Mass Peace

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Plazmakollab: Weapon of Mass Peace - Six Webinar Series

We have been working with Blazing Heart Productions and five artists in Eugene, OR to produce a series of webinars using their combined skills to create a Weapon of Mass Peace - a functional piece of out of this world art. Learn techniques from Arron Siverson, Dellene Peralta, Kaleb Folck, Nathan Belmont, and Kimmo, and see how their abilities culminate to create something out of this world.

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Plazmakollab Part II - Detailed Small Form & Bas Relief Sculpting & Using Borosticks

Nathan Belmont

Learn techniques for fine detailed small form sculpting and how to get Bas-relief style results live with Nathan Belmont, and ask whatever questions you might have along the way. Nathan will also show how to effectively use Origin Borosticks. Also, discuss insights & thoughts on the contemporary glass scene and collaboration process, reasons and purpose behind creative works, thoughts on the local glassblower community and his experience coming from native Hawaii to living and working stateside in Eugene, Oregon.

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