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    Hi
    I started working with glass 12 years ago when I was in the US. My area of interest is primarily focused on human figure. Here are some of my latest works ( all made with boro glass/
    Venus, 15 inches tall, sandblasted Click image for larger version. 

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    Welcome to TMP!

    Those pieces are beautiful, really like your style!

    Any more you can show us?

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    Nice work!

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    Welcome!

    Those are awesome. Looking forward to seeing more work by you.
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    VENUS! Is amazing. It is a love /hate.... super conversation starting pieces. With perfect proportions....

    I literally, just seconds before turning on the p.c. Put a few feldspar in my friends hand as a gift. He is "looking to put a biscuit in his lady's basket " asking for fertility help.

    The stones were moon stone , and labradorite.

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    My goodness that is incredible work. You are very gifted.

    Hope you stick around and show more of your work.

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    Sensational work popov. Welcome to the pot !

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    Great work!
    Very clean

    Can you please P.M. Me a price on the samurai?





    Please post more of your work, very refreshing
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    Thank you for the interest in my works. Below you can see some works that I have finished for the last 5-6 yearsClick image for larger version. 

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    добро пожаловать

    Your work is very good.Where did you learn/practise ?
    In the States or in Russia?

    Tell us more

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    Welcome to TMP! Thanks for the pictures of your work. Very nice!


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    Amazing!!!! Welcome.

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    Beautiful Work!Thank you for sharing it with us, and welcome to the melting pot!

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    Wow very nice!!!!Love the work!!!!

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    Awesome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glassmax View Post
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    Your work is very good.Where did you learn/practise ?
    In the States or in Russia?

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    My formal training was limited to 3 months of beadmaking class that was taught in Ann Arbor ( University of Michigan) in 2002. After that I was on my own. There are some books that helped me a lot , I will mention only 2 of them - "Contemporary Lampworking" and "Advanced Flameworking" by Townsend.

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    did you study with harald?
    Respect is earned.

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    I love the human forms! My favorites are the samurai, and the jester hourglass from the first post. Although I like everything else as well. I look forward to seeing more of your work!

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    Very cool!
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    Wow. I also want to get working on the human form eventually, that's pretty much my main goal skills wise, I'm pretty much at the stick figure stage right now.
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