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The Glass Art® January/February 2023 issue is filled with information and inspiration for glass art lovers. Readers can discover how British artist Jon Lewis has worked and exhibited within many disciplines of glass art from blown glass and sculptural work to architectural commissions. Vicki Schneider encourages Carmen Lozar, Mathieu Grodet, Paul Messink, and David Willis to share their unique journeys in glass. The International Society of Glass Beadmakers presents the winning artists and their exceptional beadwork from the first annual ISGB International Glass Bead Competition dedicated to the Art of Traditional Venetian Glass Beadmaking. You’ll also discover how The Corning Museum of Glass is expanding its educational programs in The Studio through its recent expansion, StudioNEXT and learn about the various online exhibitions that the Contemporary Glass Society is offering as part of the ongoing celebrations for its 25th anniversary. Paul Messink also shares how he created the depth in his Grand Mosque design using twenty layers of glass detailed with four-color enamel decals. Rounding out this issue is the intriguing multimedia glass and mosaic work of KéKé Cribbs and the exceptional residential stained glass installations by Preston Studios. The American Glass Guild also shares a tribute to stained glass artist, David Fode. Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 



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The Glass Art® November/December 2022 issue has a lot to offer glass art lovers. Flameworking artist Krista Israel pushes the boundaries of glass sculpture by including pâte de verre and kilnformed components in her unique art. Vicki Schneider shares how Cathy Richardson, David Patchin, Wesley Fleming, and Brett A. Young and Larry Zingel of Hot House Glass have adapted to a changing marketing environment. Milon Townsend introduces readers to the concept of using sketches and models to design complex sculptural glass, and Lee Beistle shares his inside story of how he and glass painter Christi Becker created three unique mermaid panels. You’ll also discover how glassblowing artist Austin Littenberg shares his love of glass through the custom artwork he creates at The Melting Point. Rounding out this issue are highlights on the partnership between The Corning Museum of Glass and the Netflix Blown Away competition series, the latest glass art exhibition at The Chrysler Museum of Art with work by Lonny van Ryswyck and Nadine Sterk, and the CGS Graduate Glass Prize and New Graduate Review 2022 from the Contemporary Glass Society. Subscribe today at Subscribe today at www. 


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