Issue 86 | Spring


The challenges of designing around a major glass collection.


by Susanne K. Frantz

Susanne Frantz visits North Lands in Scotland.


Ronnie Horn, survey exhibitions in Philadelphia and Melbourne.


Mary Shaffer: Catching the Light

by Marsha Miro

Marsha Miro presents an update of Shaffer's career as the pioneer of slumped glass.

Up Against the Sky: Alessandro Diaz de Santillana

by Matthew Kangas

Matthew Kangas offers an appreciation of Santillana's mixed media glass sculpture.

The Spectacular Glass Dresses of Karen LaMonte

by Brett Littman

Critic Brett Littman introduces a sculptor who specializes in cast glass.

Nick Mount: Scents and Sensibility

by Grace Cochran

Curator Grace Cochran salutes an Australian glass pioneer.

CUD: Wild in the Glass Menagerie

by Carlo McCormick

Critic Carlo McCormick chews some cud and likes the zany and sometimes beautiful collaborations of John Drury and Robbie Miller.

Whatever Happened to Stained Glass?

by Geoff Wichert

Geoff Wichert uncovers the recent past and offers new hope.

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.