Glass Art January/February 1996 issue
Vicki Payne organized and presented the seventh in a series of glass seminar/workshops, October 27 - 31 at Florida's Sheraton Orlando North Hotel.
Narcissus Quagliata's "Gateway Into Night"
"Gateway Into Night" measures 12 feet high by 30 feet wide, and comprises 108 fused glass panels, each measuring 19 inches by 19 inches, made at Bullseye Glass Co. The piece was created for a 20-year retrospective of the artist's work.
Vitreous Paints and Enamels for Glass
In this article, Dan Fenton discusses the materials and tools of the trade.
Glass Art Begins Stained Glass Column
Glass Art magazine introduces a new stained glass column which will appear in each issue of the publication. Meet the author, Sarah Hall.
Harmony's Realm of Light:
Lucartha Kohler's Glass Sculpture
In this conversation with Glass Art, Kohler traces her pathway from early bronze portraiture to cast glass sculpture.
The Little Train that Could
Glass artist Laurie Nessel, a 16-year Tempe, Arizona, resident, was selected to commemorate the city's history in a Tempe Historical Museum stained glass window. She translated archival photographs into images for the window.