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Tools on the left and glass drippings, on the right, are left out at Firehouse Glass Studio.
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Soft glass rods, available at Melt Glass Art Supply in downtown Vancouver, are often used in torch work and glass fusion.
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Melt Glass Art Supply offers a multitude of glass types for artists to use in their work.
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The glass globe returns to the furnace to reheat, which brings out the chemical colors applied earlier to the unshaped glass.
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Ornaments made by blowing glass hang in the gallery of Firehouse Glass Studio.
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Sheri Spurlock, co-owner of Melt Glass Art Supply, gives a tour and talks about the business, which recently moved to downtown Vancouver.
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Andrew Lueck, manager of Firehouse Glass Studio, smooths and shapes the glass with newspaper while the shop tech Josh Handcock blows through the pipe.
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Andrew Lueck, manager at Firehouse Glass Studio, pulls glass from the furnace during his demonstration on how to blow glass.
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Sheri Spurlock, owner of Melt Glass Art Supply, shows off a piece of layered glass made by artist Brent Graber on Friday May 24, 2013.
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