Dante Marioni: Blown Glass

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Hudson Hills Press, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 156 pages
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Dante Marioni is a Seattle artist whose graceful glass vessels are internationally recognized for their vibrant colour and classic design. This volume offers a record of Marioni's ongoing relationship with his material, glass, and his process, glass-blowing. While working in the classic tradition inspired by the art of ancient and Renaissance Italy, Marioni has invented fresh forms and colour combinations that carry the art forward into the new millennium. This volume seeks to capture the beauty of Marioni's art.

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Contents

Foreword EDWARD R QUICK
7
Holding Color JOSEPH MARIONI
11
Dante Marioni Glassblower TINA OLDKNOW
19

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About the author (2000)

Tina Oldknow has been the Curator of Modern Glass for The Corning Museum of Glass since 2000.

Russ and Annie Johnson have been teaching young children to read for over twenty years, always using music and movement. They now teach in St. Augustine, Florida, and often go around the state presenting workshops on their method. Their website is www.bldgfoundations.com.

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