500 Glass Objects: A Celebration of Functional & Sculptural Glass

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Maurine Littleton
Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 396 pages
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On display: the most magnificent collection of handmade glass creations ever assembled!
Handmade glass objects are taking the craft world by storm with their great variety and beauty. Juried by Maurine Littleton, a gallery owner and distinguished presence in the studio-glass field, these 500 outstanding pieces capture the finest work done by top artisans worldwide. Cast your eye over flameworked goblets, cast vases, blown cups, and fused and slumped bowls. Jane Lee's stoneware Rainbow Bowl is a symphony of brilliant color, while Keith Weiss-Cole's graceful furnace-blown Sculpture of Two glows with light. The magnificent techniques on display include mosaics, enameling, engraving, carving, and etching, and the unique shapes and eye-catching designs will amaze any art or craft lover.
 

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