Glass Art November/December 1995

More Hot Glass on the Horizon Teachers, artists and friends came together in Portland, Oregon, June 26 - 29, 1995, from various parts of the world to experience the magic of glass. Musculatures: Recent Glass Sculpture by Ruth King Ruth King speaks with Glass Art magazine about her Musculatures series, her approach to glassblowing, and her developing career as a hot glass artist and teacher. Faces of the Forest Kathy Bradford traces the steps involved in the creation of this major sandblasted commission. Lampworker's Fuel of the Future Ricky Charles Dodson reveals how he has incorporated a new gas into his lampworking. This gas acts like propane, but burns at 5800 degrees F. Contemporary Glass Beadmakers 1995 Questionnaire Patty Hulet sent a list of 10 questions to 60 contemporary glass beadmakers around the country and compiled the results. Painting with Light On September 27, The Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City opened its exhibition, "Painting with Light," a 40-year retrospective of the paintings, drawings, models and glass art of Narcissus Quagliata. Door and Glass Gallery by Sassin's Inc. When Kevin Sassin was building his first panel in a stained glass course offered at his junior high, he couldn't imagine that 18 years later he would be running a successful glass studio. Saran Carved Glass and Sculptured Marble From traditional to art deco to ultra nouveau, Stan Saran's carved glass and marble furniture pieces and public area sculptures adorn many environments from Florida to New York.


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