Issue 6 | Winter

Editor's Letter

by Richard Yelle

The Development of Contemporary German Stained Glass and its Influence on American Artists

by Kenneth vonRoenn

Part I of a discussion on German stained glass artists and their influence on American artists.


by Doreen Balabanoff and Stuart Reid

Book Review

by Robert Jekyll

Rose Windows by Painton Cowen.


Solar Projections

by Richard Yelle

Interview of Ray King of Philadelphia by Richard Yelle.

Architectural Glass as Environmental Art

by Stuart Reid

The possibility of architectural glass being so personal and sensitive to its particular environment that not only the windows but the entire environment becomes a work of art.

Light and Smoke

by Joe Upham

Interview of Fred Tschida of Alfred University by Joe Upham.

Museum Criteria for Acquisition

by William Warmus

Remarks made during the New York Experimental Glass Workshop's conference during February 1980.

Experiments in Neon

by Joe Upham with anecdote by Rose Slivka

The history and techniques of neon.

Canadian Stained Glass

by Doreen Balabanoff, James Gillespie, Ted Goodden, Nada Healey, Robert Jekyll, Karyn Morris, Theo Lubbers, Astri Reusch, Gundar Robez, Alan Stein, Ernestine Tahedl, Karen Jack Krupa, David Pearl, Stuart Reid and Clive Blewchamp.

Discussions on Canadian stained glass.

N.Y. Glass: Sculptural Work Incorporating Glass

by Mary Ann Zynsky

The new focus on glass in the art world.

Glass: The UrbanGlass Quarterly, a glossy art magazine published four times a year by UrbanGlass has provided a critical context to the most important artwork being done in the medium of glass for more than 40 years.