Issue 119 | Summer

Hourglass

The Price Collection at the Bellevue Arts Museum; a glass public-art project in Helsinki wins Finnish environmental art award; Joe Cariati's students raise funds to keep his university course from being canceled.

Reviews

Jen Elek at William Traver Gallery, Seattle; Elias Hansen at Lawrimore Project, Seattle; the Heineman Collection at the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York; group exhibition at the Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, Washington; Therman Statom at the Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin.

UrbanGlass News

The 2010 Fete de Verre was a festive evening of fabulous glass, fine cuisine, Fellinesque fantasy, and "fun"d raising.

Reflection

by Kim Harty

Reading Harvey Littleton's 1971 book reminds us that making glass from art means taking risks.

Features

Flights of Favrile

by James Yood

Rescued fragments of Louis Comfort Tiffany glass soar into the contemporary moment in John D'Agostino's photographs.

Shift Dress

by William Ganis

Among a new wave of artists using glass, Mielle Riggie explores the nature of transformation in a range of materials.

Second Life

by Analisa Coats Bacall

High design meets eco-friendly in Artecnica's TranSglass line.

Re-Seed

by Andrew Page

Five years after Katrina, the New Orleans glass scene regroups in a city redefined.

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