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GlassArt July August2019Cover354x459

The January/February 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 Susan Longini and her techniques for preserving American quilt motifs in pate de verre. Vicki Schneider examines the work habits of four successful glass artists, Kim Fields, Stephanie Trenchard, Susan Taylor Glasgow, and Evelyn Gottschall Baker.  Milon Townsend shares some important things he has discovered on the path of creativity.  Sara Sally LaGrand examines the life and work of prolific artist Tim Tate in his work at the Washington Glass School and his own personal work in glass that echoes the struggles of acceptance for the LGBTQ community.  The Morris Museum celebrates the life and work of paperweight artist Paul Stankard and The Corning Museum of Glass presents the work of the artist collective Related Topics in their incisive look at the field of contemporary glass.  Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 

GlassArt May June2019Cover354x459

The November/December 2023 issue of Glass Art® magazine is designed to help art lovers keep up with the latest developments in the world of hot, warm, and cold glass. Readers will learn about the botanical themes created by flameworking artist Kathleen Elliot and her recent expansion into mixed-media and collage work. The Glass Art Society offers a look into its upcoming 2024 conference in Berlin, Germany. Contemporary glass artist Kim Fields, whose glass journey began as a hobby, is well-known for her attention to detail and for sharing her sculptural glass techniques around the world. The International Society of Glass Beadmakers was thrilled to once again be conducting their annual conference, The Gathering, in person in Omaha, Nebraska. Tyler Kimball, owner of Monarch Glass Studio, has created thousands of glass pieces from classic vessels and barware and statement chandeliers to custom stained glass windows for installation in public and commercial settings. The Art Glass Association shares its involvement in helping the UN develop its designation of 2022 as the International Year of Glass, and . the Contemporary Glass Society is delighted to be collaborating once again with The World of Glass Museum in the launch of its new exhibition. Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 


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