Glass Art®

Volume 39 - Issue 4

The July/August 2024 issue of Glass Art® magazine is an explosion of color, concept and creativity! Kathleen Elliot shares Sara Sally LaGrand’s insights and the artistic, spiritual and political influences that give her work its effervescent enthusiasm. The American Glass Guild invites you to view the mindful and expressive work of their members at American Glass Now: 2024. In Artist to Artist, Kathleen Elliot explores the definition of success with artists Kari Russell-Pool, Nick Mount, Karina Guévin, Cédric Ginart, and Emily Williams. Sara Sally LaGrand introduces us to Lynleigh Love and the tapestries of woven glass created by this geologist-turned-artist! Flameworker Milon Townsend muses on the joys of cannibalizing parts from less effective projects and repurposing them, yielding newfound success. The Corning Museum of Glass is proud to announce the upcoming inauguration of their new state-of-the-art Studio this coming October. ISGB member Karyn Sweezy sheds light upon the new opportunities now available to beadmakers by allowing them to design their own scholarships. The Contemporary Glass Society’s chair, Susan Purser Hope, shares New Horizons, a collection of work never before seen in public, and moments of natural splendor are frozen in time through the paperweights of Alison Ruzsa. Where else can you immerse yourself in inspiration featuring hot, warm and cold glass in one convenient location? Subscribe today at


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