Humboldt Marble Weekend 2018 

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An abstract look at a rotating display of marbles creating using the slow shutter app on a smartphone.
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At different stages of completion of his glass pendant, glass artist Andrew Lazenby, of Rockhill, South Carolina, shared his techniques and knowledge with attendees.
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Melea Farlow-Low (center), of Eureka, said she and about 50 others spent Thursday evening looking for a marble hidden in Old Town Eureka. She joined Shirley Queenen (left) and her daughter Ashley on Friday in enthusiastically describing why they hide and look for marbles – though Ashley said she prefers to hide and look for dragons.
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The largest glass marbles among the many display cases at the Humboldt Marble Weekend were those made by master glass Artist Geoffrey Beetem, of Athens, Ohio.
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Glass artist Jes Durfee (right), of Duluth, Minnesota, greeted customers at his well-lit display table. He said Duluth temperatures were below zero on Friday and he was enjoying his first visit to Humboldt County.
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Topher Reynolds, of Copius Glass in Eureka, holds the 3.6-inch diameter glass marble created last year by 36 glass makers as a fund-raising activity at Art Glass Invitational 2017, which takes place annually in Western Pennsylvania.
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Valentine-themed candy surrounded a large glass marble created by Willo and Ember Sernovitz of Soulshine Arts in Eureka. They offer glass blowing classes for all ages at their Humboldt Glass School.
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Glass artist Andrew Lazenby, of Rockhill, South Carolina, was one of several glass artists who demonstrated their glass-art skills.
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Glass artist Andrew Lazenby added a blown-glass layer to the pendant he made in his demonstration.
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Using a piece of cobalt-colored glass, Lazenby added more color the the pendant he made during a demonstration.
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Marble hunter Shirley Queenen, of Hayward, California, showed off a piece she purchased at the Marble Weekend to add to her collection of 500+ marbles. "I belong to a Facebook group, 'Worlds Biggest Marble Hunt,' and love to hide marbles because I like to give back and make people happy," she said.
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Ashley Disney, of Arcata, checked out the glass marbles created by Larry Cazes, of Cazes Glass in Santa Cruz.
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These colorful glass marbles were displayed by master glass Artist Geoffrey Beetem, of Athens, Ohio.
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An array of glass marbles offered for sale at the Humboldt Marble Weekend event in Eureka.
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A number of glass artists at the Humboldt Marble Weekend added UV Black lighting to add to the display of their glass marbles.
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Levi Logan (7), of Eureka, checked out the glass rings at one of the glass artist display tables at the Humboldt Marble Weekend on Friday. "He has a giant marble collection at home; though he doesn't play competitively," said his mother, Lauri Logan, of Cutten."
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An abstract look at a rotating display of marbles creating using the slow shutter app on a smartphone.

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