Glass Art January/February 1998 issue
How to Glue Chip Glass: Part II
Norm Dobbins continues his series on Glue Chipping Glass. Part I detailed "the quick and dirty method". Part II focuses on "the precise method", used to repeat the same type of chipped pattern on several pieces of glass or on large surfaces where the same chip pattern is desired.
Sarah Hall and Jeffrey Kraegel give a tour of their current commission for Immaculate Conception Church, Woodbridge, Ontario. The Wind's Eye Gallery features works by German artist Michael Münzer.
Boats, Maps and Heads:
The Glass Legends of Bertil Vallien
In this conversation with Glass Art magazine, Bertil Vallien discusses his current exhibition at the American Craft Museum, the body of work made at Bullseye Glass Co., his technical approach to sand casting, and the legends behind the work that devours light.
Four Acts in Glass
Four contemporary glass masters - Dale Chihuly, William Morris, Pike Powers and Bertil Vallien - created installations at the American Craft Museum to comprise the Museum's major fall 1997 exhibition, on display through January 18.
Pricing Your Work
In this book excerpt by Loretta Radeschi, the author discusses the complex issue of pricing, addressing image, direct costs, indirect costs, profit, time studies, commissions, wholesaling, retailing, consignment and more.
The Game in Glass: Michael Dupille's Baseball Art
Seattle artist Michael Dupille has been "painting with glass" since the late '80s. His work not only offers a true sense of the Game, but an impressive use of glass frits and kilnworking techniques. The result is a body of work, often mistaken for oil paintings or mixed media, which conveys the joy and whimsy of baseball in its purist form.