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Jamie Harris

Es un artista del vidrio y diseñador que vive en la Ciudad de Nueva York.Se graduado en la Universidad Marrón,ha estudiado en los lugares más prestigioso de su país: La Escuela Pilchuck , la Rhode Island Escuela de Diseño, la Escuela Penland de Masonería, la Escuela de Alimar, y el Museo Corning . También ha estudiado con muchos de los artistas más renombrados en el mundo, incluyendo a Dante Marioni,…
Maria Eugenia
6 septiembre, 2008
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Susan Gott

Susan's sculptural glass embodies an interest in mythological imagery, symbolism, and traditions from historic and ancient cultures. She studies these symbols and philosophies to develop ideas and create a new mythos, using glass as a sculptural medium. Ancient people recognized the cycles of life, of the moon, crops, and seasons through ritual, art, storytelling and dance. The human form has become a vessel for the expression of spirit. The elements…
Maria Eugenia
4 septiembre, 2008
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Stephen Fellerman

Stephen says he hopes to blow glass until his last breath. "When I am in the studio, it is like I am in my own little kingdom. It is an incredible feeling. I can't think of anything else while I am doing it." Stephen dice que él espera soplar vidrio hasta su último aliento. " Cuando estoy en el estudio, es como estar en mi propio reino. Esto es un…
Maria Eugenia
1 septiembre, 2008
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Barry Entner

Barry Entner es un artista multifacético.Flora Group Amethyst38" high x 14" wide x 12" deepsteam blown, hand formed glasswood cast baseInner Sanctum36"h x 16"w x 16"dcast glass, steel, bronzeone of a kindFatboy18" high x 36" wide x 15" deephand blown glasssolid crystal corkOrigins Tinted15" high x 21" wide x 22" deephand blown glassetchedcrystal baseBarry Entner:“Technology has enabled us to make enormous strides in virtually every aspect of life. Even so,…
Maria Eugenia
29 agosto, 2008
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Nina Falk

Nina Falk: “When I create glass I am inspired by a lifetime as a classical violinist. I'm in love with color and light and flow, and my work is an abstract, playful exploration of nature and music. Working with glass allows me to integrate my experience and love of both. My goal is to create glass that expresses the 'oneness' of all life.”Esta artista trabaja el vidrio con la intención…
Maria Eugenia
28 agosto, 2008
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Afro Celotto

Afro Celotto was born in Venice on August 24, 1963. He started working with glass when he was only 14 years old, apprenticing with the legendary Lino Tagliapietra. During his 12 years as first assistant to Lino Tagliapietra, Afro had the opportunity to learn from one of the greatest living glass masters. Since these early years Afro has been producing some of the world’s most beautiful art glass. Even though…
Maria Eugenia
30 julio, 2008
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Blum-Olson

Andrea C. Blum and Warren K. Olson design unique Ariel, Graal and Thalatta Art Glass vases in the tradition of quality Swedish Art Glass. These vases are created, together with Master Gaffer Michael D. Boyd of Foci Glass, by entrapping a design between layers of glass. The designs are produced using combinations of different colors, precious metals, air bubbles and sand carving. Their Nordic heritage and these special Swedish glass…
Maria Eugenia
24 julio, 2008
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Cassandria Blackmore

Cassandria Blackmore is acclaimed for her unconventional approach to reverse painting. Blackmore was born in San Diego, California. She studied at Lewis & Clark College, Independent studies in Yorkshire, England, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Pacific Northwest College of Art. She was awarded the Hauberg Fellowship for painting on glass. In 2006 she was honored as the Renwick Smithsonian artist of the month. She has been…
Maria Eugenia
24 julio, 2008
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Hudson Beach Glass

Hudson Beach Glass is a group of four glass artists: John Gilvey, Wendy Gilvey, Michael Benzer and Jennifer Smith. Established in 1987, our studio is located in an old ice house in the Hudson Valley of New York state. We opened our gallery and glass blowing demonstration studio in 2003 in an old firehouse on Main Street. We hand cast glass using ancient processes to make functional and sculptural objects.…
Maria Eugenia
23 julio, 2008
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Howard Ben Tré

Wrapped Forms and Paired Forms II, 1993in Lafayette Street StudioPawtucket, RIDouble Wrapped Form, 1994Cast glass, lead, and patina. 57 x 18½” x 18½”Private CollectionWrapped Forms and Paired Forms III, 1993in Lafayette Street StudioPawtucket, RIHoward Ben Tré is internationally recognized for his unique sculptures and large-scale works of art for public and private spaces. Ben Tré is a pioneer in the use of cast glass as a sculptural medium and his…
Maria Eugenia
23 julio, 2008
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David Bennett

David Bennett:"Artisans have been blowing glass into metal forms for two thousand years. We are pushing the technique. We can make complex forms in glass and bronze that we could not do in either medium alone. As we’ve stretched the technical processes of blowing glass into metal, I’ve had more and more artistic freedom. Our figures can be lighter and wilder in their motions, and we’ve become able to manipulate…
Maria Eugenia
23 julio, 2008
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Christopher R. Belleau

Christopher R. Belleau:"Through the years I have worked with traditional techniques as well as methods that are largely unexplored. Several years ago, I had another class at the Studio of the Corning Museum focusing on traditional Italian techniques. And while every Italian method I have learned has made me a better glass blower, I find the techniques I come up with on my own have the most impact on the…
Maria Eugenia
23 julio, 2008
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Beecham White Glass

Regarding his work and his decision to remain the maker as well as the designer Gary says, “Reading science fiction, the visible light spectrum and looking up at the country night sky as I walk between my house and studio at night have also inspired me to make the Expanding Universe Series. My wife and partner Mary Lynn and I are completely involved in our work, both aesthetically and in…
Maria Eugenia
22 julio, 2008
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VISCOSITY

Scott Graham and Cristy Aloysi began their glassblowing careers at Urban Glass in New York City where they became fascinated with the ancient process of glassmaking. The challenge of forming beautiful handmade objects out of this molten material captivated them. While in New York they became involved in the city's energetic art and design world and have brought this influence into their work. After Urban Glass, they went on to…
Maria Eugenia
20 julio, 2008
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Blenko Museum

In 1929 the Blenko Glass company first began making tableware to supplement it's initial product, hand blown colored sheet glass. Always both funcional and classical in form, these photos demonstrate the early influences of the company's tablewares; primarily Italian and Scandinavian. En 1929 la empresa Blenko Glass comenzó a hacer vajilla,para complementar esto,se realizó productos originales y coloridos. Siempre tanto funcional como clásico en la forma, estas fotos demuestran las…
Maria Eugenia
16 julio, 2008
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Mark Abildgaard

" Mark Abildgaard: "La escultura refleja la energía interior de vida. Las imágenes le dan a mi trabajo la inspiración para crear las formas que se conectan a la experiencia humana. Usando una figura como punto de partida en mi trabajo soy capaz de explorar los matices sutiles en cada forma que en última instancia definirá la imagen final. En la fabricación de la escultura procuro alcanzar un equilibrio entre…
Maria Eugenia
15 julio, 2008
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Marc Petrovic

Mark Petrovic graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 1991, where he received the top Agnes Gund Memorial scholarship. He has taught workshops at numerous locations, including The Studio, Penland School of Crafts, Haystack, and the Niijima Glass Center. A frequent collaborator with his wife Kari Russell-Poole, his work can be seen in many museums throughout the U.S. http://www.marcpetrovic.com
Maria Eugenia
31 marzo, 2008
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Alex Gabriel Bernstein

1-Green Feather: Cast, cut glass and fused steel 2-Green Drop: Cast, cut glass and fused steel 3-Steel Flow: Cast, cut glass and fused steel http://www.agbglass.com Alex Gabriel Bernstein grew up in a creative environment with access to many of the artists of the American studio glass movement. As the child of two established glass artists, William and Katherine Bernstein, the beautiful surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North…
Maria Eugenia
20 marzo, 2008
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Patty Lakinsmith

Patty Lakinsmith: "While I have been a bead fan since the 70s, I started melting glass sometime around 2002, and have been hopelessly addicted ever since. My work is mostly organic, but above all reflects my love of color. I make my own clasps with precious metal clay (100% pure silver), and use fine silver wire to make pieces that are truly unique. I find making beads to be an…
Maria Eugenia
16 marzo, 2008
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Esque Studio

El interés de Esque se centra en los atributos inherentes al cristal, se centra en los detalles y el diseño de cada pieza .Todo es producido a mano y cada pieza es única y funcional y es en sí una pieza de arte para coleccionar. "Experimenting whit form and technique,we achieve a coherent vision of functional accessories.lighting and architectural detailing.Our interest is in the inherent attributes of glass,which we confuse…
Maria Eugenia
11 marzo, 2008
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Mark Bokesch-Parsons

La técnica utilizada en estas obras es vidrio hecho en molde,madera, resina, pintura al óleo. Mark Bokesch-Parsons utiliza el vidrio como un espejo del alma. Sus esculturas, donde las caras predominan, reflejan una vida interior, dolorosa o feliz. Este Inglés, instalado en Illinois al corazón de los Estados Unidos, fue mucho tiempo el asistente de grandes nombres del vidrio. Hoy, se confirma como un nuevo talento internacional. Mark Bokesch-Parsons utilise…
Maria Eugenia
6 marzo, 2008
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Michael Schunke

Michael Schunke : He estado trabajando con el cristal ahora durante dieciséis años y todavía aprendo de ello a diario. Siempre trato de encontrar nuevos modos de traducir la técnica, la forma y el color en diseños contemporáneos en el cristal. Me esfuerzo continuamente de trabajar con la idea de que cada pedazo puede, y deber ser, refinado y mejorado. Si creo un cristal de vinillo o una escultura grande,…
Maria Eugenia
3 marzo, 2008
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John Pomp

Tiene un empleo del cristal puro y formas funcionales, minimalistas. Su trabajo es inequívocamente contemporáneo, formas de florero lisas, seductoras y atractivas como las siluetas, bulbos, y huevos ejemplifican su amor por el cristal. His integrity is seen in his use of pure glass and functional, minimalist forms. his organic approach to design reveals itself in the simplicity of his silhouettes and through intentional hints of imperfection. combined with modern…
Maria Eugenia
2 marzo, 2008
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Bob and Laurie Kliss

Bob and Laurie Kliss :"Glass has always intrigued us, especially the material's ability to convey pure color. From our beginnings, working with stained glass, to the present, working with hot glass, we have considered ourselves colorists. Some of our current series take advantage of the pure color of glass in the form of shard drawings. Shard drawings are basically abstract assemblages of colored glass shards, cane, stringer, and murrini. The…
Maria Eugenia
26 febrero, 2008
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Suellen Fowler

Fowler considers herself to be a colorist. She has been influenced by painters such as Turner and Whistler, and the Impressionists. She deeply loves Klee for his beautiful use of color, and the tenderness and whimsicality expressed in his paintings. Fowler se considera una colorista. Ella ha tenido la influencia de pintores como Turner y Whistler, y los Impresionistas. Admira profundamente a Klee por su hermoso empleo del color, y…
Maria Eugenia
25 febrero, 2008
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Kristina Logan

KRISTINA LOGAN es una artista del vidrio reconocida internacionalmente por sus cuentas de cristal. Kristina viaja a los Estados Unidos y Europa para dar clases y charlas sobre cuentas contemporáneas de cristal y joyería. Kristina ha enseñado lo que tan bien sabe hacer (lampowork); el Estudio en el Museo Corning de Cristal en Corning, Nueva York, Cristal Urbano en Brooklyn, Nueva York, Escuela de Montaña de Alimar de masonería en…
Maria Eugenia
19 febrero, 2008
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Clare Dohna

Clare trabaja la arcilla estirándola y recortando formas a mano. Ella realiza cada una las piezas. http://www.claredohna.com
Maria Eugenia
18 febrero, 2008
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Robert Mickelsen

Robert Mickelsen es una artista del vidrio que trabaja desde hace más de 30 años el vidrio con la técnica lampwork, vende en las mejores galerías del mundo y a dado clases en las mejores escuelas del vidrio.  
Maria Eugenia
14 febrero, 2008
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Neal Drobnis

Inspirado en la naturaleza y artefactos antiguos, Neal Drobnis crea la escultura de vidrio en una combinación apasionante de técnicas, entre el molde y el casting, reinterpretando una tradición del vidrio utilizada por los romanos hace más de tres mil años.  
Maria Eugenia
11 febrero, 2008
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Carl Powell

Carl Powell y sus vidrios biselados han transformado el arte de cristal en una experiencia visualmente cinética. Estas únicas, multifacéticas formas forman las ilusiones ópticas prismáticas de movimiento, sorprendiendo al espectador con una invitación para una inspección más cercana.  
Maria Eugenia
9 febrero, 2008
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Dale Chihuly

Dale Chihuly es uno de los más grandes artistas contemporáneos del vidrio. Ha realizado instalaciones y exposiciones en todo el mundo.
Maria Eugenia
6 febrero, 2008
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Sonia King

Sonia King ha visitado sitios de mosaicos antiguos de diversas partes, ha estudiado con artistas de mosaicos en el mundo entero. Ella es socia fundadora y ex-presidenta de la Sociedad de Artistas americanos de Mosaicos así como instructora de mosaicos en el Centro de Artes Creativo de Dallas. Forma parte del directorio de la Associazione Internazionale Mosaicisti Contemporanei (AIMC) en Ravenna, Italia. Ella ha hablado del arte mosaico en Inglaterra,…
Maria Eugenia
7 diciembre, 2007
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Irina Charny Mosaics

Irina Charny es mosaiquista autodidacta. Inspirada en el medio , construye formas únicas y personales de arte sobre la base del mosaico clásico. Además del mosaico tradicional, incorpora materiales como espejo, objetos encontrados, cuentas, botones, cable, pedazos hechos a mano de cerámica, y platos rotos. http://www.icmosaics.com/
Maria Eugenia
30 noviembre, 2007
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