News & Spotlights — glass eyes

Wire Wrapped Eye Pendants by Alternative Finch

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Jewelry designer Debbie Finch delicately entwines multiple shades of jewelry wire together, to encase each glass eye and create a unforgettable accessory.

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Original Wall Trophy Sculpture

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This cool wall trophy was crafted by Original Sculpture by Lex, and completed with glass eyes by Megan Petersen.

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Incredible Outdoor Metal Fish Art

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SeasideMetalDesign, from Port Orange, Florida, creates incredible art with metal.

Shimmering, sleek, and detailed, their fish pieces are bound to catch your eye.

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See Step-by-Step Process of Making a Mascot Statue

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View the start-to-finish process of the making of a momentous black panther mascot sculpture. It's amazing to go through and see the entire process sculptor Jeff Jones went through to create this incredible statue of a high school mascot. Giving his statue life, Jeff used a pair of handmade glass eyes from Megan Petersen. The Making of a Mascot from Megan Petersen This is a statue designed to last and be admired through the ages. Want to add our glass eyes to your next creation? Click here to shop all glass eyes. If you want updates on when new glass...

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This multi-media sculpture by DarksideArt will leave you in complete awe.

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DarksideArt, from out of Grand Prairie, Texas, create works that are incredible, terrifying, and utterly unbelievable. Until you see them, that is. The latest sculpture you can find in their online shop is called Cygnus X-Ra. And it is every bit the magnificence it's name implies. Crafted out of steel, aluminum, brass, bone, wood, architectural epoxy, urethane resins, plastics, glass, and crystals: this is a true work of multi-media art! And bringing the creation to life is a pair of glass eyes from Megan Petersen.     If you want updates on when new glass eye designs come out, and would...

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