Issue 125 | Winter


Carrie Fertig's flameworked wings take flight at Chichester Cathedral in England; glass comes alive at the Chrysler Museum of Art's new glass studio; Susan Warner is named top curator of the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington; In Memoriam: Alexander Tutsek (1927-2011); The Corning Museum of Glass supports a design program at Rochester Institute of Technology; after Hurricane Irene's wrath, Christopher Reis rebuilds his sodden Pennsylvania home and studio.


Draga Susanj at Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill, The Bronx, New York; group exhibition at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Brattleboro, Vermont; John Torreano at Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago; Norwood Viviano at Heller Gallery, New York.

UrbanGlass News

The UrbanGlass reNEWal project breaks ground; Scott Howe joins the staff as associate director.


by Grace Duggan

In a new exhibition at Corning, Harvey Littleton comes home.


Circle Line

by Scott Benefield

Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg's collaborative career has been a cycle of new beginnings.

Parallel Portals

by Victoria Josslin

Brother and sister Alessandro and Laura de Santillana take distinct approaches to flattened work in hot glass, but both produce panes of blown glass that offer metaphysical vistas.

Skin to Skin with Michael Scheiner

by John Drury

A virtuoso glassblower whose career has been devoted to installations rather than objects

Flawless Until the End

by Lee Brooks

Steuben Glass Works, a leading luxury tastemaker and the pride of U.S. presidents, turns off its furnaces after more than a century as the top-tier American glasshouse.

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.