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The January/February 2022 issue of Glass Art® is filled with profiles of exceptional glass artists plus tips for improving your own glass art creations. Israeli warm glass artist and master mold maker Katya Izabel Filmus uses all of the applications that can be performed in a kiln for her commissioned artwork. Our continuing column, Artist to Artist, offers thoughts on what artists might have told their younger selves to ensure success from Carol Milne, Jen Fuller, Leslie Rowe-Israelson, and Norwood Viviano. Ghanaian glass artist Anthony Amoako Attah uses brilliant colors in his kiln formed glass art to tell the stories of his native culture. A look at Glass Lifeforms 2021 plus new techniques and equipment for performing vacuum encasement from Milon Townsend and techniques for maximizing the use of copper foil tape and overlay from Lee Richards are also included. Rounding out this issue is organizational news from the International Society of Beadmakers on the launch of its new online educational platform, the Contemporary Glass Society’s twenty-fifth anniversary celebration, and information on the upcoming Stained Glass Association of America’s 2022 Summer Conference. Subscribe today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com. Subscribe today at www.https://simplecirc.com/subscribe/glass-art 

 

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The November/December 2021 issue of Glass Art® is filled with profiles of exceptional glass artists plus tips for improving your own glass art creations. In the highly skilled hands of De Carter-Ray, a piece of flat glass becomes an amazing carved scene. Also learn how multimedia glass artist Stephanie Carlton Smith combines glass with natural materials that include low iron plate and Portland stone and the ways that functional glass artist Jason Lee has built his name largely on immense pieces that explore linework. Our continuing column, Artist to Artist, offers thoughts on the creative process from Rachel Sager, Jon Erickson, Clinton Smith, and Daniel Benway, and Bob Leatherbarrow reveals techniques for creating precise kiln formed glass designs. Rounding out this issue is organizational news from the American Glass Guild on its upcoming 2022 Conference at The Corning Museum of Glass plus a review of the great events at the 2021 International Society of Glass Beadmakers’ virtual conference, The Gathering. There’s also a closer look at the striking mosaics of the Society of Mosaic Artists member, Michelle Sider, and the list of winners of the Glass Sellers/Contemporary Glass Society Glass Prize and the up-and-coming artists chosen for publication in the 2021 New Graduate Review. Subscribe today at www.https://simplecirc.com/subscribe/glass-art 

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