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November/December 2019 **Digital**

November/December 2019 **Digital**
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November/December 2019
Volume 34
Number 6

Architectural Glass
Tim Carey
Provoking Movement with Fused Glass
by Colleen Bryan
Photography by Kyle Mickelson, Bruce Matthews, Michael Reardon, Terry Fouche, and Tim Carey Studio
Tim Carey expands the boundaries of traditional stained glass methods by merging them with fused glass techniques. After working with Judson Studios for fourteen years, Carey opened his own studio and has worked together with mentor Narcissus Quagliata to develop a process for designing fused glass images for use in architectural applications.

SGAA Supports 2022 as The International Year of Glass
by SGAA Headquarters Staff
Over the past 60 years, the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) has declared international years to recognize global initiatives of important contributions to society. The Stained Glass Association of American is proud to support the UN’s declaration of the 2022 International Year of Glass.

Art Glass Studio Profile
Christina Amri Acts of Light
Fine Art through Glass
by Colleen Bryan
Photography by Stas Afanasiev, John Sutton Photography, Josh Gingerich, and Gabriel Harber
Christiana Amri has chased fine art through glass since she was a teenager, and youthful enthusiasm still reverberates through her work. The vision guiding the studio is Acts of Light, as Christina seeks to enlist the human inclination to gravitate toward light and use it to lighten the darkness in the world.

The 2018 Boston Mosaic Marathon
by Cynthia Fisher, Mosaic Marathon Co-Coordinator
Photography by Tim Stassines, Shared with Permission of the Society of American Mosaic Artists
During the annual Society of American Mosaic Artists (SAMA) conferences, the Mosaic Marathon brings members together for a unique opportunity to create a mosaic in a cooperative experience. SAMA members recently created WATER, a large mosaic mural that now hangs on the wall at the Harbor Islands Pavilion in Boston, Massachusetts.

Skills and Techniques
Unique Shapes in Kiln Formed Glass
by Bob Leatherbarrow
Versatile and economical drop-out molds can be made in a multitude of shapes. Drop-out molds, which are supported above a kiln shelf on posts, are made of refractory material. Fashioning beveled molds can help artists create unique shapes in their kiln worked glass art.

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Bronwen Heilman
Flameworker, Teacher, and Innovator
by Vicki Schneider
Photography by Nick Letson, Maya Hawk, and Chris Heilman
Bronwen Heilman is an American flameworker with a quirky style that is clearly visible in her art. The transformative process of glass appeals to her as much as the pieces she creates. She continues to be intrigued with the properties of glass as it morphs from solid to a malleable substance.

The 2019 ISGB Gathering
by Susan Richards
In April 2020, the International Society of Beadmakers (ISGB) will hold it annual conference, the Gathering, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The organization will again partner with the Glass Craft & Bead Expo to provide participants of both events with an extraordinary glass art experience.

Independent Artist
Priska Tobler
Capturing Nature in Glass
by Sara Sally LaGrand
Photography by Marco Thöny and Priska Tobler
Priska Tobler, a Swiss flameworker who comes from a long line of successful artists, began her glass journey at the tender age of 17 working with a scientific glassblower in Switzerland. This background gave her an excellent foundation for her exceptionally realistic nature-themed art filled with beautiful wildflowers and animals.

What’s New
What’s New offers information on the latest in books and patterns plus new glass and tools for hot, warm, and cold glass artists and hobbyists. This is the perfect place to keep up with the innovations that will make working in glass easier and more enjoyable.

Readers’ Forum
Readers share their thoughts on profiles and articles featured in recent issues of Glass Art.

Personal Development
Creativity--Change Your Materials to Change the Way You Think, Part II
Borosilicate Plate Glass
by Milon Townsend
Using borosilicate plate glass should be an absolutely normal and routine aspect in the vocabulary of the working torch artist. When they understand that it is not expensive and that there are many different ways in which they can use it, their thinking and their work will be

Glass Talk
Narcissus Quagliata
New Revolutions on His Vision for Glass Art
Renowned artist Narcissus Quagliata has devoted 50 years to the exploration of the human figure as a gateway to the strategies of life in an incomprehensible universe. The artist continues to share his vision for glass art through his latest book, MUTANT.

Becoming an Art Show Professional
The Importance of Proper Show Selection and Preparation
by Dennis Brady
Photography by David Orr Photography, LLC, Colin Savage, Terry Henry, Corina Tettinger, and Kim Fields
Art shows are fun, exciting, educational, and inspirational as well as a great place to meet lots of people who share your interest in quality handmade work. Not all shows are equal, however, so it pays to learn what to expect from each of the different types of shows that are available.

International Glass
Lauscha Traditions
The Beginnings of Glass Christmas Tree Ornaments
by Cesare Toffolo
Photos from the Archive at Museum für Glaskunst Lauscha
The silvery glass fruits that are used for decorating trees at Christmastime originated in Lauscha, Germany, and were mirrored internally with a lead and tin alloy. Over the years they became more ornate as enamels were used to decorate the surface and molds were used to produce a variety of objects.

CGS News
The Naked Craft Project
Shin-Nagata Glass Residence 2019
by Contemporary Glass Society Staff
Photography by Nina Casson McGarva
The Naked Craft Project is an artist in residence program created by Nobuyasu Yoshida, glass artist and member of the Contemporary Glass Society. The 2019 recipient is Nina Casson McGarva, who was awarded a one-month residency in Kobe, Japan, to develop a body of work while experiencing life in Japan.

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