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2009 Cameo Gallery Collection

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Cameo carving is a painstaking process. After the glass has been annealed, a special mask is taped to the surface of the glass. Using an advanced vignetting technique, each piece is carefully sandcarved, by hand, using aluminum oxide crystal under pressure to take away some of the surface. Great individual skill and experience are needed to control this operation, as many distinct stages of successive cameo carving are required to create the remarkable depth and the intricate details.

Pg 1: Wild Thunder and Climbing; Pg 2: Golden Summer and Delicious; Pg. 3: Ginkgo Fire, Maiden Dreams, Bridging the Pond, Tulips, Feline Frolic, Wings of Glory, Fire in the Sky, and Stars of the Garden; Pg. 4: Biographies of Kelsey Murphy and Robert Bomkamp and Fenton Cameo Carvers Chris Carpenter and Aaron Stewart.

Cameo Gallery Collection Fall 2009 - Pg. 1

Cameo Gallery Collection  Fall 2009 - Pg. 2

Cameo Gallery Collection Fall 2009 - Pg. 3

 Cameo Gallery Collection Fall 2009 - Pg. 4

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