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May/June 2002 **PRINT**

May/June 2002 **PRINT**
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Glass Art May/June 2002 issue

The Marvelous in the Mundane: Karen LaMonte
Like fine lace, Karen LaMonte’s cast glass dresses achieve their beauty by revealing a tiny bit of mystery and leaving the rest to the imagination. In the following conversation with Glass Art magazine, LaMonte discusses her life and times in the Czech Republic as well as the evolution of her work from glass marionettes and freestanding puppets to her life-size glass dresses.

Glass Fusing for Geometric Patterns: Part I
Dan Fenton demonstrates how to fuse strips of colored sheet glass directly on the kiln shelf without a glass base and without a cover sheet.

Dancing with Glass at Wheaton Village
Wheaton Village showcases both a replica glass factory and the Museum of American Glass. The T.C. Wheaton Glass Factory is much more than just a walk-through tour experience. Visitors can enjoy the delight of working with glass thorough the Factory’s “Make Your Own Paperweight” (MYOP) program, the first of its kind in the nation open to the general public.

Milon Townsend presents a sequence of images for creating lampworked feet.
Brad Walker’s Warm Glass Site is HOT celebrated its second birthday this past January. The site now receives several thousand unique visitors each week. It boasts an online gallery of artwork as well as several hundred pages of information and an extremely active bulletin board.

Creating a New Art Glass Movement:
Flamework Encasement
Over the past few years there has been a renewed interest in flamework encasements, referred to in the past as lampwork paperweights. Debbie Tarsitano reveals the traditions of encased flamework art and discusses where it is going within the art glass field.

Photo Resist: Can an Old Dog Learn New Tricks?
Butch Young is, and will always be, a custom, hand cutting blaster. However, she does admit that in some situations, hand cutting is totally unnecessary. Follow her through her experiments with photo resist.

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