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GlassArt July August2019Cover133x172GlassArt July August2019Cover163x211GlassArt July August2019Cover354x459

The July/August 2019 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration for hot, warm, and cold glass enthusiasts. This issue offers a look at how Victor Trabucco became one of the world’s most highly respected paperweight artists and the ways that Silvia Tabasso’s flameworked florals celebrate the cycle of life. You’ll also find unique sculptural creatures created by hot glass artist Bob Dawg, nature-inspired work by Kate MacLeod, and restorations of stained glass treasures by artist Cynthia Courage. Exploring creative ways to add new techniques and materials to established work, learning how to plan for classes that encourage youngsters to try creating with stained glass, and discovering the latest in glass industry events round out this fabulous issue. Subscribe Today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com

 

GlassArt May June2019Cover133x172GlassArt May June2019Cover163x211GlassArt May June2019Cover354x459

The May/June 2019 issue of Glass Art provides information for hot, warm, and cold glass enthusiasts. This issue takes a look at Shayna Leib’s sculptural glass art desserts, Cheyenne Malcolm’s delicate balance between blowing glass and building hot shop equipment for other artists, and Vitrum Studio’s desire to bring renowned instructors to their clients. You’ll also find the distinctive blown dichroic glasswork of hot glass artist Andrew Lang and the beautiful stained glass art art of Cariad Glass. Exploring ways to gain artistic insights from the improved FusedGlass.Org 2.0 website and news of the latest in glass industry events round out this fabulous issue. Subscribe Today at  www.GlassArtMagazine.com

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