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Edmonton, KY, artist Steve Scherer at Berea, 5 Nov 2016

Metcalfe Countian will demonstrate creation of unique glass ornaments at the Kentucky Artisan Center
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From Gwen Heffner
News from Kentucky Artisan Center

Edmonton, KY, Artist Steve Scherer will demonstrate his art at the Kentucky Artisan Center, 200 Artisan Way, Berea, KY, 9:30amCT/10:30amET, to 2:30pmCT/3:30pmET. on Saturday, November 5, 2016.


He will showcase his technique creating unique glass ornaments using an oxygen-gas torch and his own hand-colored borosilicate glass.

Scherer creates Christmas ornaments by encasing his handmade animals and birds with clear glass. A sphere is blown from a piece of glass tubing and the finished glass animal is inserted and attached.

The opening is then gathered together and sealed with a loop for hanging. Gwen Heffner


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Edmonton artist Steve Scherer at Berea, 5 Nov 2016



2016-10-28 - Kentucky Artisan Center, 200 Artisan Way, Berea, KY - Photo from Commonwealth News Center. .
Edmonton, KY, Artist Steve Scherer at the torch, creates a horse in blue glass. On Saturday, November 5, 2016, he will demonstrate his unique glass ornaments from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30pmCT/3:30pmET. at the Kentucky Artisan Center, 200 Artisan Way, Berea. Using an oxygen-gas torch and his own hand-colored borosilicate glass, Scherer creates Christmas ornaments by encasing his handmade animals and birds with clear glass. A sphere is blown from a piece of glass tubing and the finished glass animal is inserted and attached. The opening is then gathered together and sealed with a loop for hanging. Gwen Heffner

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