Glass Magazine [647 Fulton St., Brooklyn NY 11217, 718-625-3685, $28/yr qrtrly
- 5 issues for new subscribers, back issues $7] comes from UrbanGlass and the
Spring 98 issue features stories on artists from outside the glass community
including Rauschenburg, Baltimore Glassman, Kiki Smith and four featured in
Glass Outside of Glass. Dorothy Hafner gets a serious photo and word essay.
One point made is that glass has replaced bronze as a medium where it is
acceptable for the artist to work with a team, unlike - say - clay, where a
number of attempts were made to bring the attention of non-clay artists to the
medium and it didn't work.
Glass mag is almost entirely hot glass - blown and cast with a dash of
One reason for subscribing is the glorious color photography of the gallery
ads, featuring in this issue Dan Dailey, Jose Chardiet, , Kait Rhoads, Mark
Peiser, William Morris, Dale Chihuly, Giles Bettison and Lino Tagliapietra in
the first ten pages.
Mike Firth, Hot Bits furnace glassblowing newsletter
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