The May/June 2022 issue of Glass Art® is filled with profiles of exceptional glass artists plus tips for improving your own glass art creations. Tim Rawlinson has discovered ways to pair the primary colors of his blown glass sculptural pieces with light to create secondary colors that are visible to viewers of his glass art. Our continuing column, Artist to Artist, offers thoughts from Joseph Ivacic, Kathleen Sheard, Claire Kelly, and Jen Elek on lessons they have learned from their years in glass. Chris Day uses his sculptural glasswork to help depict the history of what African slaves have experienced over the centuries. Bead artist Amy Lemaire creates her work in a fearless fashion as she explores the evolution of beads throughout history, and Milon Townsend shares the benefits of shaping glass with sandblasters and waterjets. Rounding out this issue is news from the International Society of Beadmakers on its upcoming 30th anniversary celebration, the Contemporary Glass Society’s exhibition at New Ashgate Gallery, the American Glass Guild’s 2022 Summer Conference at The Corning Museum of Glass, and the Stained Glass Association of America’s joint conference with its new partner, the Society of American Mosaic Artists. Subscribe today at www.GlassArtMagazine.com.