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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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The March/April 2021 issue of Glass Art® welcomes you to discover the wonderful world of glass. In this issue you’ll find evocative glass and mixed media animal and human sculptural work by Crista Matteson. You’ll also discover fascinating work by architectural glass artist Wayne Cain, who adds flameworked details to his stained glass windows. Contemporary jewelry artist Don Friedlich creates what he describes as minimalist work that integrates glass and metal into one cohesive, elegant design. Bob Leatherbarrow explores Impression Wafers, a new method for printmaking with glass powders, the American Glass Guild shares plans to present a virtual annual conference for 2021, and Milon Townsend examines the artistic value of production work. A look at the Contemporary Glass Society’s Amanda Moriarty Prize awarded to Calum Dawes to help him develop glass as a sculptural material, The Corning Museum of Glass exhibition of 18th century British glass art, and how Italian and French bead makers earned UNESCO World Heritage Status round out this fabulous issue. Subscribe Today at

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