Issue 61 | Winter


Robert Carlson, "Space, Light, Glass," John deWit, Jacobite Glass, Flora C. Mace, and Joey Kirkpatrick, "Fireworks," Timo Sarpavena, Miyuki Shinkai

UrbanGlass News

UrbanGlass News

Editor's Letter/Letters

by Victoria Milne

If this issue has a theme, it might be "ways of working." In our look at Bruce Chao's research, this idea is explicit; investigation is part of his work. And in our profile of three female artists, "Women of New York,: it's plain that these artists have to account for economic as well as technical and philosophical pressures in their work. Ways of working are part of Nancy Bowen's story as much as they would be for any artist, and method is really the essence of what we have to talk about when it comes to a business like teh BUllseye Glass Company. However, as ways of working specifically with glass came up as a question through the articles in this issue, I was moved to wonder again about the relevance of Harvey Littleton's remark from the 1960s, "technique is cheap."



by William Warmus

Lino Tagliapietra: Glass, by Giovanni Sarpellon.

Eccentric Bullseye

by Ron Glowen

Ron Glowen tells us how this company has done well by doing good.

Nancy Bowen: An Inside View

by Janet Koplos

The path of one artist, as discussed by Janet Koplos.

Glass House

by Bruce Chao

Bruce Chao presents his research to GLASS.

Women of New York

by Victoria Milne

Three young artists who wrestle with ideas in their work, by Victoria Milne.

In Context

John Brekke

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.