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The pages of the July/August 2021 issue of Glass Art® is overflowing with profiles of exceptional glass artists plus tips for bringing your glass art to a new level. In this issue you’ll discover the exquisite kaleidoscopic flameworked designs by Japanese artist Daisuke Takeuchi. You’ll also follow sculptural blown glass artist Elliot Walker on his journey to winning first place in the latest Netflix Blown Away competition. Joy Munshower shares how she draws on her background as a sculptural artist to create lifelike, three-dimensional floral and animal flameworked beads. Milon Townsend examines how artists can build on their past work to create innovative artistic concepts. The first of a new continuing column by Vicki Schneider, Artist to Artist, shares tips from Kathleen Elliot, Jason Gamrath, Jen Violette, and Michael Janis on finding ideas and inspiration when creating new work. Robert Palusky shows how he captures life’s narratives in glass through his mosaic-covered glass sculptures. Bob Leatherbarrow’s techniques for creating realistic stacks of glass books plus a look at the glass animal sculptures that are part of the extensive Pierre Rosenberg Collection exhibition at Le Stanza del Vetro round out this marvelous issue. For the latest news from the American Glass Guild and Contemporary Glass Society plus more photos from The Glass Ark exhibition, go to Glass Organizations” under “What’s New” on the Glass Art® homepage. Subscribe Today at


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The May/June 2021 issue of Glass Art® offers a look at the wonderful world of glass. In this issue you’ll find fascinating, intricate art by glass pioneer and murrine king, Loren Stump. You’ll also discover unique Franchini style murrine by Stephen Boehme, who uses flameworked glass to illustrate his favorite fictional characters. Alexander Rosenberg shares his thought provoking work that opened the door to his participation in the first season of Blown Away. Warm glass artist Kate Baker explores the connection between flesh and the human spirit through her contemporary kiln formed scenes that focus on the abstraction of the human body. Milon Townsend examines how artists can find new ways to look at their glass journey. A look at the Contemporary Glass Society’s Glorious Glass exhibitions, the American Glass Guild’s upcoming virtual 2021 conference, the winners of the annual Mosaic Arts International Exhibition Series by the Society of American Mosaic Artists, and plans by the Stained Glass Association of America for virtual 2021 bimonthly programs round out this marvelous issue. Subscribe Today at 

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