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  1. GodBody Glass Art creates glass art from borosilicate glass materials. Inventory usually includes dreamcatcher pendants, dreamcatcher rigs, klein recyclers, glass tools, caps, etc. Please contact me directly on social media for any sales, or even crypto trades (ABY being one of them!). Thanks for looking! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/godbodyglassart/ Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GodBodyGlassArt ArtByte Address: AGWukjsJEiyc6ft4xmvVg8kwCBxyU5LUL1
  2. The Painted Bird

    From the album Broken fused

    Painted bird, glass fusion inspired by the novel of Jerzy Kosinski. Even when you are a little different they will attack you anyway. Dimensions 150 x 80 cm

    © Pejo

  3. The Man in the Mirror

    From the album Broken fused

    The Man in the Mirror, glass fusion mounted on a mirror, inspired by the song by Michael Jackson. Take a look at yourself and make a change! Dimensions 104 x 47 cm

    © Pejo

  4. Competing

    From the album Broken fused

    Competing, glass fusion. Three cyclist competing to be the first, everyone of them giving it's best, no winner is for sure yet. Total dimensions 130 x 60 cm

    © Pejo

  5. All That Jazz

    From the album Broken fused

    All that Jazz, individual glass fusions total 1,3 x 1 m

    © Pejo

  6. The One Or The other

    From the album The Archetype of nothing

    68x100 oil on wood. Private collection

    © Richard Silvaggio

  7. The imaginary friend

    From the album The Archetype of nothing

    66x100 oil on wood. Private collection

    © Richard Silvaggio

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