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GlassArt May June2019Cover354x459

The May/June 2024 issue of Glass Art® magazine is a celebration of spirit. The Brothers De La Torre showcase their Mexican heritage through their vibrant sculpture. The Contemporary Glass Society talks about Glass Futures and the research into glass development in technology. The ISGB invites beadmakers to create works for their Inspiration Gallery. Kathleen Elliot asks artists to define the fine line between being inspired by others versus copying their work; Rik Allen, Tom Moore, Treg Silkwood, and Elizabeth Sinkova offer their perspectives. Sara Sally LaGrand introduces us to a celebration of Harvey K. Littleton’s legacy as featured at the Chazen Museum of Art. The Art Glass Association of Southern California showcases their 42nd Annual Members Exhibition. The Studio at The Corning Museum of Glass reveals their new study program for glass called The Glassmaking Institute, a two-year program offering students skills-based learning in the world of glass. Master sculptor Milon Townsend talks about enhancing creativity through deconstruction and iteration. Coatings by Sandberg showcases the winners of their 2023 Dichroic by Design contest. Marcie Davis takes us into the world of Lois Manno, the founder of Modeling Glass, and the Stained Glass Association of America invites us to their 2024 conference in Kansas City.  Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 

GlassArt July August2019Cover354x459

The March/April 2024 issue of Glass Art® magazine is an invaluable resource for art enthusiasts and art makers alike.  Artist and writer Kathleen Elliot takes us into the world of Sibelle Yuksek, known in the industry as SIBELLY and her techniques for creating characters from her own imagination inspired by the images of Anime from her childhood.  Kathleen Elliot also takes over the column Artist to Artist and interviews Lea de Wit, Peter Bremers, The Holdman Studios, and creative partners Jennifer Caldwell and Jason Chakravarty on their favorite techniques and processes.  Sara Sally LaGrand talks with flameworking artist Wesley Fleming and his recent experiences working with the props department of the new Wes Anderson film Asteroid City.  LaGrand also talks with the myriad of people responsible for the creation of the largest stained glass window in the world and the documentary made about the adventures of artist Tim Carey formerly of Judson Studios in California known as Holy Frit. Dr. Julie Ann Denton interviews Blown Away Series contestant Dr. John Moran about his experiences on the show and life as an American expat now living in the Belgian town of Ghent. The National Glass Museum opened in Kentucky featuring the artwork of Steven Powell and the Contemporary Glass Art Society in the UK congratulates graduates and award winners in this issue.  Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 

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