Oregon art beat. Episode 1224. Kevin Shluka [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.

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Oregon art beat. Episode 1224. Kevin Shluka [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.

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Publisher: 
Portland, Or. : Oregon Public Broadcasting, [2011]
Description: 
1 videodisc (8 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
126128
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Glass artist Kevin Shluka
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DVD
Variant Title: 
Shelving title: Oregon art beat. Glass artist Kevin Shluka
Glass artist Kevin Shluka
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First aired April 28, 2011.
The first of 3 segments on this DVD.
Videographer/editor, Tom Shrider ; audio, Randy Layton.
Glass artist, Kevin Shluka.
"Most glass studio hot shops are big, warehouse-like places where lots of people work together. Well meet Kevin Shluka who has managed to miniaturize his studio, but his art is big on beauty"--http://www.opb.org/programs.
DVD.
Commercially distributed.
Contents: 
Glass artist Kevin Shluka (8 min.) --
Salt lick: Whit Deschner thought salt licks looked like art, so he started collecting them and auctioning them off to the highest bidder. The whole community, from ranchers, to art lovers, to the cows themselves now participate in the annual event to benefit Parkinsons research at OHSU (10 min.) --
Ceramic Artist Ken Standhardt: Kenneth Standhardt makes ceramic vessels that look like woven baskets - and he makes all of his designs with a can opener. He spends hours making each tiny mark by hand, and the result looks perfect (6 min.)