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Glass Works Gaffer - Algar Dole and Assistants - Alex Craig, Karen MacKay, Ted Ulrich
Furniture Works provided by Alan Harp, MS ID and students of the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology (Individual student credits noted on stills portfolios).

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Tridacna Crocea Series

This series consists of small, medium and large sized irregular shaped scalloped bowls in bright transparent colors. Can stand alone or be nested.

CREDITS: Furniture piece shown on right provided by the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology; Student - Kareem Bendeck, Professor - Alan Harp, MS ID

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Harlequin Series

Flat Cane vessels consisting of bright transparent flat cane. They come in varying sizes from 12 to 15 inches tall.

CREDITS: Furniture piece shown on right provided by the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology; Student - Nick Komor, Professor - Alan Harp, MS ID

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Zanferico Series

Latticino Cane vases consist of white ballerino round cane approximately 12 to 15 inches tall.
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Bottiglia Series

The Bottiglia Series is a way to play with the molten glass, using different textures found in nature and man made materials. Expanding the bubble into forms fashioned from tree bark or bricks give these bottles their unique features. Clear glass and bright transparent color groupings in varied sizes provide for simple but versatile and effective interior decorations.
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Zucca Series

The Gourd Ginger Jar and Pumpkin Bowl series is a favorite glass subject of mine and appear as handles and decoration with vines and leaves on the body of the jar and the lid. This series is made in the "Pulegoso" technique, Novocento style. All attachments are applied hot at the furnace.

CREDITS: Furniture piece shown on right provided by the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology; Student - Jesse Chen, Professor - Alan Harp, MS ID

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Dreamcoat Series

The Dreamcoat Series utilizes transparent flat cane and a technique called altered axis where the cane bubble is transferred to another blowpipe on a altered 90 axis.
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Pennellate Series

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CREDITS: Furniture piece shown on right provided by the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology; Student - Jesse Gooley, Professor - Alan Harp, MS ID

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Glass Scape Sculptures

The Glass Scape series is 'fairly odd stuff'; a category of experiments in glass blowing that have a successful aesthetic and unusually lend themselves to arboretum and sunroom design settings at a smaller scale size and outdoor landscaping installations in larger form.

CREDITS: Furniture piece shown on right provided by the Advanced Wood Products Laboratory Program, Georgia Institute of Technology; Student - Kate Schindel, Professor - Alan Harp, MS ID

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