Glass Art®

Volume 35 - Issue 6

The November/December 2020 issue of Glass Art® invites glass enthusiasts into the world of hot, warm, and cold glass. In this issue you’ll find unique blown glass vessels and geometric work by Janusz Poźniak, one of the winners in the Blown Away competitions. You’ll also discover the intriguing sculptural animal beads created by Maureen Henriques, who celebrates animal conservation through her work. David Patchen shares the story of how he and fellow artist Jon Moreno created Dewdrops, an installation for the Norwegian Cruise Lines fashioned from curved glass elements and blown glass spheres. Warm glass artist Suzanne Head draws from her background in illustration to produce glass drawings made from layered frit that have the look of painted designs. Bob Leatherbarrow and Becky Wills introduce readers to a new product, ScreenEasy, that helps glass artists find an easier way to produce the look of screen printing on glass. News on how the Glass Art® Society is making its offerings more accessible, how the Contemporary Glass Society is finding ways to celebrate 2020 glass art graduates, and a look at the outstanding mosaic work of J&R Lamb Studios by the Society of American Mosaic Artists round out this spectacular issue. Subscribe today at


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