Live-Streamed Studio Demonstration: John Miller

Watch as John Miller demonstrates making an over-sized glass donut for his class, Hot Glass Sculpting, which explored traditional and nontraditional glassblowing and hot sculpting, including cane, murrini, mold blowing, blown and solid sculpting, inside sculpting, using the hot torch and garage, and much more. See photos of the donut out of the annealer at http://ift.tt/1MMpibe

Giant glass donut made by John Miller in this demo

Giant glass donut made by John Miller in this demo

John Miller has been working in glass for more than 20 years and focuses on blown sculpture. He earned his M.F.A. at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and has worked at Pilchuck Glass School for 15 years. He exhibits internationally, lectures and demonstrates nationally, and is an assistant professor and head of the glass department at Illinois State University. In 1998, he was awarded the C.G.C.A. Fellowship at Wheaton Village.

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  1. i watch this program a lot it is interesting to watch and very beauitful. those cork pads dont ur hands get warm?

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