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August 09, 2010


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Joseph moranda

Nice Articale i bookmarked it ! Keep it Up i also work on green school.


Dear Mr Green:

An art client forwared me the link to your article. A number of artists (myself included) are also working with recycled glass in sculpture/art (kiln-casting and blown glass). See http://artist-cindyann.tripod.com.

I am writing a book on recycled glass sculpture and design (due out Fall 2011) for Schiffer books.

I also have 40 heavy sculptures/ kiln-cast recycled glass (bottles, window glass, plate glass) being installed in a park in Arlington, VA in a few weeks. This work was made possible by an artist grant from the county.


baby products

At least glass gets recycled and is not wasted and this sure is how it should be.

hanimant patio furniture

That is what matters most, materials must be recyclable.

Blackhawks Jerseys

What's a good topic!

חדרי תינוקות

Hi!! Wonderful, This is my first time I visit here, I found so many interesting stuffs in your blog especially its discussion, about re cycling glass.Re cycling glass will very useful to save our environment.Than Q for the nice info.


Great information, keep up the good work.

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