Issue 29 | Spring
American Education: Rhode Island School of Design
by Bruce Chao
Discussion of the RISD Glass Program as a sculpture specialization with an extensive glass heritage in the applied and decorative arts as an essential distinction and resource.
by Gloria Hickey, Terry Davidson, Lauren Otis, Karen S. Chambers, Paul Hollister
Young Canadians - IV exhibition at The Glass Art Gallery, Luminosity exhibition at The Alternate Museum, Paint, Shades, and Blinds exhibition at the New York Experimental Glass Workshop, work of Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin, work of Colin Reid, Cube by Remy Muratore, The Theory of Evolution (Before the Animals Descended From the Trees) by Ginny Ruffner and Tom Robbins, work of Maria Lugossy, Glass America exhibition at Heller Gallery.
The Ripple Scenario by Carmen Sasso, Monoliths by Damian Priour, St. Valentine's Day 1987 by James F. Horton
Recent Acquisitions: New York City
by William Warmus
by Paul Hollister, Elizabeth Labino
In memory of Dominick Labino
New Light: Fred Tschida
by Gene Endres
The introduction of neon.
Karl Schantz: Daring to Build Dreams
by Gloria Hickey
The architectonic sculpture of Karl Schantz.
The Art of Conscience
by Bonnie Miller
Walter Lieberman wants the viewer to feel as he feels, but he does this through extreme care with detail rather than brutalizing the glass.