Glass Art May/June 1996 issue
Chihuly Over Venice
"Chihuly Over Venice" is a collaborative, international effort involving public art, industry, film and television, combining the vision of the renowned American artist with the national tradition of glassmaking in several countries including Finland, Ireland, Mexico and eventually Japan and Italy.
Dialogue in Design
Sarah Hall demonstrates how design and site work together in her stained glass tower created for the First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto.
Working with Color
In this excerpt from Bandhu Scott Dunham's book, Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide to Shaping Glass in the Flame, the author discusses a number of lampwork color-application techniques.
Arthur Femenella addresses the properties of copperfoil matrices and how these attributes can be fully exploited when fabricating stained glass windows and objects.
Critical Mass: The 26th Annual Glass Art Society Conference
With a cast of thousands, the Glass Art Society's annual conference will be held June 6 - 9 at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston.
Vitreous Paints and Enamels on Glass: Part III
Dan Fenton reveals a few tricks he discovered by creative accident and presents some of the tools and techniques not covered in the books.