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GlassArt January February2019Cover133x172GlassArt January February2019Cover163x211GlassArt January February2019Cover354x459

The January/February 2019 issue of Glass Art provides information for hot, warm, and cold glass enthusiasts. This issue offers a look at Claire Kelly’s colorful work showing the connections between humanity and animals plus the glass sculptures by Lacey St. George-Walton that represent the power and spirit of women. You’ll also find the distinctive pieces by hot glass pioneer Shane Fero and warm glass creations by Paul Tarlow plus the stained glass art of Mark Angus, who specializes in using mouth-blown flashed glass articulated with glass painting, acid etching, and silver staining. A look at the history of Libbey Glass, using a glass lathe in the studio, and news of the latest in glass industry news round out this fabulous issue. Subscribe Today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com.

 

 

GlassArt November December2018Cover133x172GlassArt November December2018Cover163x211GlassArt November December2018Cover354x459

The November/December 2018 issue of Glass Art provides information for hot, warm, and cold glass enthusiasts. This fabulous issue offers a look at Kelly O’Dell’s homage to animals that have become extinct and the undulating Seaweed hot glass sculptures created by Italian artist Davide Penso. You’ll also find beautiful painted stained glass in architectural applications created by Linda Lichtman, the philanthropic efforts of artists who are part of Armadillo Art Glass Initiative, and a trip to Lauscha, Germany, to rediscover German montage techniques. The winners from the Bullseye Glass Co. competition, Emerge 2018, ways to use heatwork to improve your fused glass art, and the latest in glass industry news round out this fabulous issue. Subscribe today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com.

 

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