Pioneers in Glass Life, Death, and the Moments In Between Ruth Brockmann’s Legacy

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by Shawn Waggoner

Photography by Richard La Londe and Roger Schreiber

Ruth Brockmann’s totemic masks and animal figures address the interconnectedness and spirituality of all living things. Inspired by Pacific Northwest mythologies, her fused and cast work paved the way for a new generation of kiln formed and fused glass artists as she became one of a group of women attracting international notoriety for her art during the early days of the Studio Glass movement.

This article was originally published on page 28 of the January/February 2014 issue of Glass Art.









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