“40 under 40: Craft Futures” at the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery features unique perspectives on the potential of decorative arts media. courtesy of: Renwick Gallery website (http://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/archive/2012/renwick40/)
The cover image of the Summer 2012 edition (GLASS #127) with the list of the 50 artists from the Studio Glass movement whose work will remain relevant for the next 50 years. (Click cover image for larger version)
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Edith Franklin and Tom McGlauchlin, Vessels from the First Toledo Workshop, 1962. Blown # 475 Johns-Manville glass marbles. H (tallest vessel) 3 5/16 inches. collection: Toledo Museum of Art, left to right: Gift of Edith Franklin, 2011.110, 2011.109, 2011.108; Gift of Pat McGlauchlin, 2011.105; Gift of Edith Franklin, 2011.107. photo: richard goodbody
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