Glass Art May/June 1993 issue
Glass Art People
Ruth Brockmann's kiln cast work draws upon primal animal symbolism and enigmatic mysticism. In addition to her sculptural pieces, she recently collaborated with Hal Bond on a pair of murals for the lobby of the Portland State Office Building which covered a total of 326 square feet.
The Vivaciously Contemporary Art Zone
Versatility is the cornerstone of Art Zone studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Its owners, Jane and Kathryn Irwin, have been designing stained glass for over 10 years, executing numerous commissions for public and private spaces. In addition to traditional leaded glass, they provide sandblasted, beveled, etched, fused, painted and laminated glass.
Non-Glass Inclusions for Fusing
Dan Fenton reveals several options for non-glass inclusions including lusters, metals, and minerals.
Kathy Bradford discusses sandblast carving. This technique yields a provocative and beautiful effect since the carved surface has the ability to catch and hold light, no matter what or where the source of light.
Pricing Your Work
Kim Kostuch discusses various pricing strategies and their impact on your business.
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Composition and the Creative Process
Peter McGrain takes a closer look at the creative process and how it can relate to more effective compositions in glass.