Glass Art September/October 1996 issue
A Liberal Dose of Early Exposure to Glass
Very few schools offer more than a cursory sampling of stained glass or other cold techniques. And with the exception of these Kansas high school students, it is almost unheard of for teenagers to experience hot glass.
Vitreous Paints and Enamels on Glass: Part V
Dan Fenton concludes his series with a discussion of badger blending brushes and the stippled matt.
From Liturgy to Lobby
Jenkyn Powell has built a career on technically challenging liturgical projects. However, he recently created a window wall for the new International Arrivals Building of the Salt Lake International Airport.
The Art of Gold Leafing on Glass
Norm Dobbins continues his series. Part II focuses on the combination of matte and burnished finishes.
Arthur Femenella traces the steps involved in the restoration of windows for St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Nantucket.
1996-97 Directory to Industry Supplies
This comprehensive directory should be the source for everything you need to operate your business.
Sarah Hall discusses a recent commission involving 14 stained glass windows for a new mausoleum at Prospect Cemetery.
Light, Texture and the Power of Glass
From his Providence, Rhode Island studio, Paul Housberg creates site-specific works in glass -- walls and windows which use light, texture and the power of glass to shape and define a space.