Issue 16 | Summer

A Clear View

by Karen S. Chambers

The hope that, with this magazine, the contributors can discover what is happening and what may not yet be known to the readers.

Glass Happenings

The happenings in the glass art world in 1983.

Exhibition Reviews

Douglas Navarra works at Oktabec Gallery, The Fantastic Image by Bertil Vallien and Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, Smoke and Sand: Ceramics and Glass by William Gudenrath, Edmund Rucinski, Pat Saab, Howard Ben Tré: Sculpture and Drawings; Dale Chihuly: Glass and Drawings at The Art Association of Newport, Rhode Island, One of a Kind exhibition at Steuben Glass, Symmetry-Asymmetry by Max Leser, Motion Sculpture and Cups by Robert Levin, New Direction in Contemporary Glass: Michael Kennedy exhibition at The Glass Showcase, and David Schwarz works at Foster/White Gallery.

Features

Howard Ben Tré: An Artist in Time

by Karen S. Chambers

Howard Ben Tré's dedication to his craft.

Soviet Colored Glass

by E. Rachuk, translated by Arkaby Rovner

Discussion of the features of Russian glassmaking.

Czechoslovakia: The First International Glass Symposium

by Frantisek Arnost, Pavla Drdacka and Pavel Hlava

The organization of an international glass symposium by Czech glass artists Professor Stanislav Libensky and Pavel Hlava.

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 35 years.