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GlassArt November December2017Cover133x172GlassArt November December2017Cover163x211GlassArt November December2017Cover354x459

The November/December 2017 issue of Glass Art provides information for hot, warm, and cold glass enthusiasts. Included in this exciting edition is a look at Shelley Muzylowski Allen’s hot glass animal creations, how Amy Bauer and Brian Boldon have developed techniques for using digital glaze printing in architectural projects, and the ways in which Susan Cox, through her cast glass art, examines the elements that define “home” for millions. You’ll also join Jeremy Grant-Levine as he creates 1,000 glass cranes in one year to fulfill an ancient Japanese tradition, meet members of the Glass Band from MIT, and discover how Amber O’Brien harnesses the Internet for a sustainable glass industry. Marketing tips, a tutorial on avoiding bubbles in fused glass, and information on educational opportunities plus the latest in glass industry news round out this fantastic issue. Subscribe Today at



GlassArt September October2017Cover133x172GlassArt September October2017Cover163x211GlassArt September October2017Cover354x459

The September/October 2017 issue of Glass Art provides information for glass enthusiasts on hot, warm, and cold glass. Included in this exciting edition is a profile on Judson Studios’ monumental project, Resurrection Window, the first time a notable liturgical window was created entirely from fused glass. Additional profiles include art created by Salt, a flameworking artist known for his one-of-a-kind creatures sculpted in glass, and April Surgent, who fuses art and science through the use of cameo engraving to fashion realistic, photo-like glass images. Bob Leatherbarrow will also show you how to expand your color palette by mixing glass powders. Glass organizational news plus Glass Art’s annual Directory of Industry Supplies, which lists glass manufacturers, suppliers, products, and services, round out this fantastic issue. Subscribe Today at

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