The Flow Magazine

Volume 10 - Issue 4

The Winter 2012 issue of The Flow is filled with wonderful examples of the glass art that comes from the imaginations of female glass artists the world over. This issue’s gallery presents the work of 124 ladies that cover beads and sculptural art with a multitude of themes including nature, florals, geometric designs, liturgical symbols, fantasy art, and everything in between. Edith Franklin shares her experiences as one of the students in Harvey Littleton’s famous “Toledo Workshop” class that is considered to be the beginning of the American Studio Glass movement, and a look at the sculptural work of Laurel Marie Hagner demonstrates how hot glass sculptural artists can become involved in creating architectural applications. Three great tutorials for preparing reactive cane, creating sea pod beads, and building some “froggy friends” round out this exciting issue.


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