Glass Art January/February 1993 issue
The Content of Creation
Robert Kehlmann discusses his personal work as well as his book, 20th Century Stained Glass: A New Definition. This book is the first to present an historical overview of 20th-century glass from Art Nouveau to the present day.
Glass Beadmaking II
In Gil Reynold's "Beadmaking Part I", the history of beads was traced and a breakdown of various beadmaking methods was presented. This article showcases some of the nation's finest wound beadmakers.
Two Decades of Versatility
This year Leslie Perlis is celebrating the 20th anniversary of her studio. For the past two decades, she has been exploring the beauty of glass through her stained and fused glass works.
Focus and Achieve
If we set our minds to a task and stick with it, we will accomplish it. However, Kim Kostuch points out that there is a down side to our ability to focus and achieve -- we must always be sure we are focusing our efforts on the right things.
Maintaining a Creative Outlook
Often artists move ahead without much thought as to the personal "theory" behind what they are doing. In this first of a series of articles, Peter McGrain reviews some of the more "fundamental" ideas and concepts which can affect stained glass artists.
Light Shading: Part II
Kathy Bradford presents alternative stencil materials including applied resists, combination techniques and found objects.