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Old 07-28-2006, 02:53 AM
Cynthia England
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New Glass Book will be out in October

www.richardlalonde.com

I have known Richard for over....... lets just say 'decades' .....

he was one of my first glass instructors! waaay back when most of you were toddlers (except Peter.. I just dont seem to have a vision Peter as a 'toddler' )

and
Richard has a photo(s) of me in his book of my FIRST E-V-E-R GATHER OF GLASS!!! soo how cool is that!!! ( I am sure I look really 'dorky' ! )
BUT
and he has written a super glass book... full of 'knowledge'
and other 'tid-bits' a must to any glass book collection....

soooo...
Reserve your copy today!!

MT


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Old 07-28-2006, 08:20 AM
Jeff Hoover
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Hi Cynthia!

I went to his website and didn't see anything about offhand glassblowing. (That's my particular glass interest.)

Could you tell a little more about what's going to be in the book?

Thanks,
Jeff
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Old 07-28-2006, 12:41 PM
Cynthia England
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it is MOstly fused glass.. but a lot Richards techniques apply direcly to HOt Glass.. some of the 'tricks' I used to do I could credit
back to Richard! his use of color, form and Story Line is seriouly outrageous!

C
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:23 PM
Claudia Whitten
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Richard's New Book Arriving Soon! ORDER YOURS EARLY AND SAVE!
Richard La Londe: Fused Glass Art and Techniques
224 pages, 475 photographs, 412 in full color
hardback, 8 1/2” x 11” gold foil stamped cloth cover with dust jacket,
printed on heavyweight matte art paper, 1 inch thick and weighing 3 pounds.

This book includes:
• 45 pages of glass fusing history.
• A portfolio selection of Richard La Londe’s art
• The technical aspects about glass fusing
• More than 50 pages about La Londe’s fusing techniques
• Gold leaf and foil techniques
• Kilns, glory holes, mounting systems
• and much, much, more!

“Chuck full of knowledge, great in your studio, library, or on your coffee table.”
Claudia
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:28 PM
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Pete VanderLaan is on a distinguished road
This is feeling very much like an ad to me...
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Old 07-29-2006, 01:49 AM
Cynthia England
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nah!... nay.... not....

Just extolling virtures!
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