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The Corning Museum of Glass

NewGlass
Review 7

The Corning Museum of Glass


Corning, New York 1986
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Table of Contents/lnhalt
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Jury Statements and Comments/Statements


und Kommentarder Jury 4
Artists and Objects/Kunstler und Objekte 9
Bibliography/Bibliographie 31
Galleries and Museums/Galerien und Museen 52
Countries Represented/Vertretene Lander 55
Die zeitgenossische Glasszene wird einfach immer besser; und Vielfalt,
Jury Statements Originalitat und Qualitat nehmen mit jedem New Glass Review zu. Der
hubsche Anblick von Glas mit all seinen optischen Effekten macht subtiler-
en - und haufig auch tiefgreifenden - Ideen Platz, von denen das astheti-
The contemporary glass scene just gets better and better. There is more sche Potential unseres Materials mehr und mehr durchdrungen wird. Jene
diversity, originality, and quality with each successive New Glass Review. endlose Kunst - versus - Handwerk Diskussion scheint angesichts
The sheer prettiness of glass with all its optical tricks is giving way to dessen, was sich nicht nur in der Geschichte des Glases, sondern auch in
increasingly subtle - and often profound - ideas which penetrate deeper der Entwicklung menschlicher Kreativitat abspielt, immer starker an Be-
and deeper into the esthetic potential of our material. That interminable art- deutung zu verlieren.
versus-craft debate seems less and less important in the face of what is Seit 1950, als wir The Corning Museum of Glass aufzubauen begannen,
happening not only to the history of glass but also to the evolution of human setze ich mich beruflich mit Glas auseinander. In jenen Tagen wurde die
creativity. zeitgenossische Szene vom Design beherrscht. Manner wie Tapio
I have been looking at glass professionally since 1950 when we began Wirkkala, Paolo Venini und Andries Copier entwickelten fur die Industrie
organizing The Corning Museum of Glass. In those days, the contemporary Serien und schufen auch ab und zu mit Hilfe besonders begabter Hand-
scene was dominated by design. Men such as Tapio Wirkkala, Paolo werker einige Unikate. 1962 begann mit der Einfuhrung der Glasgestaltung
Venini, and Andries Copier created lines for factories and occasionally in der Klasse Harvey Littletons an der Universitat von Wisconsin eine neue
turned out aunique piece or two with the help of especially gifted craftsmen. Ara. Es war eine Ara, wo Entwurf und Ausfuhrung in der Hand einer einzi-
In 1962, with the advent of glassmaking in Harvey Littleton's class at the gen Person lagen. Es ist verstandlich, daB diese Verbindung die gesamte
University of Wisconsin, a new era began - an era in which the designer Glasgeschichte durchzieht, aber was jenen Zeitpunkt einzigartig machte,
and maker were merged into one person. Obviously, that combination has war, daB eher die Kunst als die Technik im Vordergrund stand.
existed all through glass history, but what made this moment unique was In jenen fruhen Jahren lag die Betonung auf dem geblasenen GefaB -
the emphasis on art rather than on technique. eine naturliche Verbindung zur Vergangenheit und den Handwerkern, die
In the early years, the focus was on the blown vessel- a natural link with fahig und auch gewillt waren, Kunststudenten zu unterrichten, die sich fur
the past and with the craftsmen able and willing to teach glass-oriented art Glas interessierten. Fast von Anfang an gab es die Spaltung zwischen
students. Almost at the beginning, there was a schism between those who denen, die sich weiterhin fur die Gestaltung von funktionalem Glas ent-
chose to continue making functional glass by setting up production studios schieden und Produktionsstudios einrichteten, und jenen, die sich als
and those who saw themselves as artists using glass as their medium. Kunstler verstanden, deren Medium Glas war. Einige sahen sich sowohl
(Some saw themselves as both artists and producers.) als Kunstler als auch als Hersteller.
In the permissive years which have ensued, with their emphasis on Es ist nicht verwunderlich, da(3 die kunstlerisch orientierte Gruppe in den
individuality and innovation, it is not surprising that the art group has darauf folgenden Jahren der Offenheit mit ihrer Betonung auf Individuali­
received the most attention. Of the 1,000 pieces chosen during the 10 years st und Innovation die groBte Aufmerksamkeit erregte. Von den tausend
since the New Glass Review began, the vast majority are works of art, at Arbeiten, die in den zehn Jahren seit Beginn des New Glass Review aus-
least in the eyes of their creators. Even the studio production wineglasses, gewahlt wurden, sind der groBte Teil Kunstwerke-jedenfalls in den Augen
bowls, and vases are included for their esthetic rather than functional ihrer Gestalter. Sogar die in den Studios produzierten Weinglaser, Schalen
value. Again, this is not surprising. und Vasen wurden eher wegen ihrer asthetischen als ihrer funktionalen
But in this bird's-eye view (comprised of dangerous generalities), there Qualitat aufgenommen. Dies wiederum ist nicht sonderlich uberraschend.
are a few surprises. One is that technique seems to grow more rather than Aber auch aus dieser Vogelperspektive gesehen (die immer gefahrliche
less important; another is that the extremely complex and diversified art Verallgemeinerungen in sich birgt), gibt es einige Oberraschungen. Eine
world remains more or less uninterested. For example, The Metropolitan davon ist, daB die Bedeutung der Technik eher zu- als abnimmt; eine
Museum of Art's brand-new galleries of contemporary art contain very few andere, daB die auBerordentlich komplexe und vielschichtige Kunstwelt
examples of glass: Swid-Powell's wineglasses made in Riedel's factory in mehr oder weniger uninteressant bleibt. Die brandneuen Galerien fur zeit­
Austria with minimal sandblasted decoration designed by architect genossische Kunst am Metropolitan Museum of Art zeigen sehr wenige
Richard Meier. Beispiele an Glas. So Swid-Powells bei Riedel in Osterreich hergestellte
I suspect that the reason behind these two surprises (if they can be Weinglaser mit minimalistischem, sandgestrahltem Dekor, das von dem
called that) is that almost all glass artists both innovate and express their Architekten Richard Meier entworfen wurde.
individuality through the techniques they evolve - which may or may not Ich vermute, daB der Grund fur diese beiden Oberraschungen (wenn
give rise to a personal esthetic. Conjure up visions of work by the top glass man sie so nennen kann) darin liegt, daB fast alle Glaskunstler ihre Indivi­
artists and you will, I think, characterize them by the way they make their dualist durch die Techniken, die sie weiter entwickeln, sowohl neu defi-
glass, by their technique. Try to think of their esthetic without reference to nieren als auch zum Ausdruck bringen - was einer personlichen Asthetik
the way they work and see how hard it is. Year after year we endeavor to Vorschub leisten mag oder auch nicht. Man stelle sich Arbeiten von Top-
summarize through this Review what is happening in the glass art world; Glaskunstlern vor, und ich denke, man wird sie durch die Art und Weise
we note the plethora of optical cutting, the evolution of flat as opposed to charakterisieren konnen, wie sie ihr Glas machen, also durch ihre Technik.
stained glass, the sudden interest in pate de verre, and the new popularity Man versuche, sich ihre Asthetik vorzustellen, ohne ihre Arbeitsweise mit
of sand casting. We also note with each passing year how much improve­ einzubeziehen, und man stellt fest, wie schwer das ist. Jahr fur Jahr ver-
ment there is - technically. suchen wir, durch diesen Review zusammenzufassen, was in der Welt der
What a strange paradox! The very idea out of which it all grew - the idea Glaskunst passiert. Wir nehmen die Uberfulle des optischen Schliffs wahr,
that technique was not important in the making of glass art - has not only die Entwicklung von Flachglas als Gegenpol zum Stained Glass, das
proved false, but the precise reverse seems to be true: technique is plotzliche Interesse an pate de verre und die neue Beliebtheit des Sand-
essential. Parenthetically, another truth might be that the making of art gusses. Wir konstatieren auch mit jedem Jahr, das vergeht, wieviele
does not require glassmaking techniques, but, as our subject is glass, we Verbesserungen es gibt - in technischer Hinsicht.
must press on. Welch seltsames Paradoxon. Die eigentliche Idee, aus der sich alles
There is a third surprise, at least to me. With all this technical innovation entwickelte - die Idee, dafB die Technik fur das Machen von Glaskunst un-
going on, why isn't functional glass functioningbetter or at least differently? wichtig sei - hat sich nicht nur als falsch herausgestellt, sondern gerade
I do not know a glassmaker who does not strive to improve the tools and das Gegenteil scheint wahr zu sein: Technik ist unerlaBlich. Anzumerken
systems with which he or she works. Why, then, are there so few truly sei: eine andere Wahrheit konnte sein, daB man fur das Kunstschaffen
innovative things to drink out of, to put things in, and to see through? keine Glastechniken braucht; aber, da Glas nun mal unser Gegenstand
Back in the world of glass art, diversity and competence abound. ist, mussen wir weitermachen.
"Bigger is better" applies to both size and price; there are more collectors Es gibt noch eine dritte Gberraschung- wenigstens fur mich. Wenn man
and more dealers, and both are better organized. New Glass Review 7 is sich all diese technischen Innovationen vor Augen fiihrt, dann fragt man
full of new names, and there are exciting new pieces by familiar artists. At sich, warum funktionales Glas nicht besser oder doch wenigstens anders
this moment, my three favorite works, judging from slides only, are the funktioniert.
pieces by Janet Kelman, Stephen Nelson, and Iris Arc Crystal. (Tomorrow, Ich kenne keinen Glasmacher, der sich nicht bemuht, seine Werkzeuge
they will probably be those by David Traub, Lukas Novotny, and Ryoji und sein System zu verbessern, mit dem er oder sie arbeitet. Warum nur
Shibuya.) gibt es dann nur so wenige wirklich innovative Gegenstande, aus denen
It is tempting to try to spot trends in comparing one year to the next, but man trinken kann, in die man etwas hineinlegt oder durch die man schauen
the amount of data which now exists makes that too formidable a task for kann?
me. Is there not some doctoral candidate out there who would like to go Zuruck zur Welt der Glaskunst. Vielfalt und Konnen sind reichlich vor-
through the tens of thousands of slides and the thousands of publications handen. ,,GroBer ist besser", das laBt sich sowohl vom Format als auch
on contemporary glass in the Library of The Corning Museum of Glass to vom Preis sagen. New Glass Review 7 ist voll neuer Namen, und es gibt
plot what has really happened during the first quarter century of the Studio aufregende neue Stucke von Kunstlern, die uns schon vertraut sind. Im
Glass Movement? Moment sind meine drei Lieblingsarbeiten, die ich allerdings nur anhand
I am less reluctant to make predictions (thinly disguised hopes). der eingereichten Dias beurteilen kann, die von Janet Kelman, Stephen
On the theory that what is up must come down and what is down must go Nelson und Iris Arc Crystal. (Morgen werden es vielleicht die von David
up, I would bet on the artist with design skills. Not least among the surprises Traub, Lukas Novotny und Ryoji Shibuya sein).
provided by these new glassmakers-as-artists is their lack of impact on the Man wird leicht dazu verfuhrt, Trends zu ermitteln, indem man das eine
glass industry. In fact, this period has produced spectacularly little Jahr mit dem nachsten vergleicht, aber die Oberfulle der nun exisierenden
distinguished glass design. While one has gone up, the other has gone Daten macht dieses Unterfangen fur mich zu gewaltig. Gibt es dennkeinen
down. Promovenden, der die Zehntausende von Dias und Tausende von Ver-
To make matters worse, our enormous emphasis on the esthetic of the offentlichungen durcharbeiten wurde, die sich in der Bucherei des Corning
individual has denigrated the once noble equality of form and function to Museum of Glass befinden, um zu ermitteln, was sich denn nun wirklich in
the point where beautiful designs often don't work very well. There is no dem ersten Vierteljahrhundert der Studioglasbewegung getan hat?
question in my mind that a wonderful new chapter in the history of glass is Hingegen zaudere ich weniger, Voraussagen zu machen (nur ober-
being written by artists. I hope - and predict- that it will soon include more flachlich als Hoffnungen getarnt). Ausgehend von der Theorie, daB das,
of the functionally useful. was oben ist, wieder abrutscht, und das, was unten ist, nach oben kommt,
wurde ich auf den Kunstler setzen, der das Design beherrscht. Nicht die
Thomas S. Buechner (TSB) geringste Oberraschung, die uns die neuen Glasmacher-Kunstler be-
President scheren, ist ihr mangelhafter EinfluB auf die Glasindustrie. Denn in diesem
The Corning Museum of Glass Zeitabschnitt ist wirklich bemerkenswert wenig herausragendes Glas-
design produziert worden. Wahrend das eine aufstieg, fiel das andere
nach unten ab. Um das Ganze noch schlimmerzu machen, verunglimpfte
The 1986 volume marks the 10th anniversary of New Glass Review. unsere enorme Oberbetonung einer individuellen Asthetik die einst so
In the years following the Review's first appearance on microfiche, it has noblen Qualitaten von Form und Funktion bis zu dem Punkt, an dem
ceased to be the lonely standard-bearer for the medium. Related schones Design oft nicht mehr voll funktionsfahig war. Fur mich steht
exhibitions are no longer rarities, and they now tend toward the smaller, auBer Frage, welches wunderbare neue Kapitel der Glasgeschichte von
in-depth study - a development often coinciding with the maturation of an Kunstlern geschrieben wurde. Ich hoffe - und prognostiziere -, daB es
artistic direction. The accompanying richly illustrated catalogs have bald mehr von dem funktional Nutzlichen einschlieBen wird.
become commonplace. Efforts of growing numbers of artists are reflected
in the many new galleries, collectors, periodicals, educational programs, Thomas S. Buechner (TSB)
symposiums, and workshops. President
All of these good things owe their existence in part to the exploratory The Corning Museum of Glass
glass workshops held at The Toledo Museum of Art in 1962. Dominick
Labino and Harvey Littleton, co-recipients of the 1985 Rakow Award for
Excellence in the Art of Glass, were the leaders of those workshops. They Die 1986er Ausgabe markiert den zehnten Geburtstag von New Glass
are recognized as founders of the international Studio Glass Movement. Review. In den Jahren, die auf das erste Erscheinen des Review auf
With the help of others, such as Harvey Leafgreen, their technical Microfiche folgten, war es dann nicht mehr der einzige Vorreiter fur dieses
breakthroughs made it possible for artists to work with molten glass in their Medium. Ausstellungen zu diesem Thema sind keine Seltenheit mehr; sie
own studios rather than in factories. Although both Littleton and Labino tendieren nun zu kleineren, intensiven Schauen -eine Entwicklung, die mit
have continued to make valuable contributions, their achievements of the dem Reiferwerden einer kiinstlerischen Richtung oft einhergeht. Die sie
1960s are responsible for a body of work unparalleled in the history of begleitenden, reich illustrierten Kataloge sind nun an der Tagesordnung.
glass. Die Bestrebungen der wachsenden Zahl der Kunstler werden durch die
Many of the most profound changes in contemporary glass have vielen neuen Galerien, Sammler, Zeitschriften, Ausbildungsprogramme
occurred since the debut of New Glass Review, and they can readily be und Workshops dokumentiert.
seen by studying the images of works published in this journal during the All diese guten Dinge verdanken ihre Existenz zum Teil den experi-
past 10 years. The most obvious change has been the shift in emphasis mentell ausgerichteten Glas-Workshops, die 1962 im Toledo Museum of
from functional to sculptural work. The vessel, still a favored means of Art abgehalten wurden. Dominick Labino und Harvey Littleton, die 1985
expression, has changed from decorated surface to sculptural form. Not die Mit-Preistrager des Rakow Award for Excellence in the Art of Glass
surprisingly, technical virtuosity and refinement have enriched the artistic waren, leiteten diese Workshops. Sie sind die anerkannten Begriinder der
vocabulary and contributed to a reversal of prominence from blown to internationalen Studioglasbewegung. Mit der Hilfe anderer wie Harvey
non-blown work. The decision to employ glass as only one of the mixed Leafgreen machten es ihre technischen Errungenschaften den Kunstlern
media within a single piece has encouraged an increase in scale and also moglich, mit geschmolzenem Glas in eigenen Studios und nicht mehr in
assisted in the antiquation of the term "glass art." Flat glass has become Fabriken zu arbeiten. Obwohl Littleton und Labino auch weiterhin wichtige
more painterly and expressive under the influence of several European Beitrage boten, sind es ihre Leistungen der 60er Jahre, die zu Arbeiten
masters. fuhrten, fur die es in der Geschichte des Glases keine Parallelen gibt.
Debating whether such trends are good or bad is a meaningless Seit Beginn des New Glass Review fanden auBerst tiefgreifende Ver-
exercise. When glass was put into the hands of artists, the only "given" anderungen im zeitgenossischen Glas statt; und das ist leicht erkennbar,
was the inevitability of change. Different viewpoints are at work, and one wenn man sich die Abbildungen der Arbeiten ansieht, die in den vergange-
cannot be viewed as more correct than another. The challenge is to comb nen 10 Jahren in dieser Zeitschrift veroffentlicht wurden. Die augenfalligste
through the shifting styles and sift out the superficial. Veranderung war die Verlagerung des Schwerpunktes von den funktiona-
That is the task facing the New Glass Review jurors each year. For two len auf skulpturale Arbeiten. Das GefaB, immer noch ein bevorzugtes
days, they immerse themselves in a search for the new. Repeatedviewings Ausdrucksmedium, veranderte seine verzierte Oberflache hin zur skulp-
of entries lead them from initial wonder at the variety through frustration turalen Form. Es uberrascht nicht, daB technische Virtuositat und Ver-
with tired concepts and pretentiousness. Then something comes along feinerung das kunstlerische Vokabular bereichert und zu einer Umkeh-
which renews the spirit by its freshness. The idea, form, and surface come rung der Bedeutung vom geblasenen zum nichtgeblasenen Werk beige-
together in a logical and clear way. It may be one of those rare expressions tragen haben. Die Entscheidung, Glas als nur ein Material in Mixed Media-
of personal eccentricity which seem to come out of nowhere. Most often, Objekten einzusetzen, hat zu einer Ausweitung gefuhrt und trug dazu bei,
the second or third look has revealed a quality overlooked amid the initial daB der Begriff ,,Glaskunst" nun antiquiert wirkt. Flachglas wurde unter
volume of material. On occasion, all four jurors will immediately be struck dem EinfluB einiger europaischer Meister malerischer und expressiver.
by a work, but more often the conviction of an individual panelist is trans­ Die Diskussion, ob solche Trends nun gut oder schlecht seien, ist muBig.
mitted by discussion to the others. Conversely, a single enthusiast's Als Glas in die Hande von Kunstlern gelegt wurde, war der unvermeidliche
steadfast support for an object will at times remain enigmatic to the others. Wechsel seine einzige ,,Gegebenheit". Es gibt verschiedene Stand-
In this laborious fashion, choices are hammered out. punkte, und einer kann nicht als richtiger als der andere angesehen wer-
Serving on the selection panel provides an opportunity to view current den. Eine Herausforderung ist es, die wechselnden Stile zu durchforsten
directions by known and less familiar artists and companies. Half of the und das Oberflachliche auszusieben.
jury's membership changes each year to encourage new perspectives. Dies ist die Aufgabe, mit der die Juroren des New Glass Reviews jedes
Some jurors are unacquainted with contemporary glass, while others are Jahr konfrontiert werden. Zwei Tage lang begeben sie sich auf die Suche
so immersed in it that they instantly recognize a work when the slide is nach Neuem. Wiederholtes Betrachten der Einsendungen fuhrt von an-
projected on the screen. This year, Abram Lemer was selected specifically fanglichem Erstaunen uber deren Vielfalt bis zur Frustration uber abge-
because of his years of work with modern painting and sculpture. With griffene Konzepte und Ideen, hinter denen wenig steckt. Dann kommt
Joseph Hirshhorn he assembled the great collection of the Hirshhorn wieder etwas, was durch seine Frische den Geist aufleben laBt. Idee, Form
Museum and Sculpture Garden, and for 18 years he directed that und Oberflachengestaltung verbinden sich klar und logisch. Es mag sich
institution. Bertil Vallien is well known to those who have had the um eine jener seltenen Expressionen personlicher Exzentrizitat handeln,
opportunity to study at The Pilchuck School in Stanwood, Washington. He die aus dem Nichts aufzutauchen scheinen. Meist entdeckt man beim
brought to the panel not only the viewpoint of the artist but also that of the zweiten oder dritten Hinsehen noch eine qualitatvolle Arbeit, die man an-
commercial designer, for he serves in that capacity at Sweden's Kosta fanglich in der Menge des Materials ubersehen hat. Gelegentlich sind alle
Boda glassworks. Especially valuable were his contributions to the 4 Juroren auf Anhieb von einer Arbeit beeindruckt: aber meist ubertragt
discussion of utilitarian production design. sich die Meinung des einzelnen erst in der Diskussion auf die anderen.
After all the discussion is finished, the decision of any juror, however Jedoch bleibt das begeisterte und bestandige Beharren auf einem Objekt
serious, thoughtful, and conscientious, is ultimately reduced to a very fur die anderen manchmal ein Ratsel. In dieser muhsamen Weise nimmt
subjective choice based on a lifetime of influences. This thought is best die Auswahl Formen an.
borne in mind by all, especially entrants. Als Mitglied des Auswahlkomittees hat man Gelegenheit, aktuelle
Stromungen bei mehr oder weniger bekannten Kunstlern und Gesell-
Susanne K. Frantz (SF) schaften wahrzunehmen. Die Halfte der Jurymitglieder wechselt jedes
Associate Curator of 20th-century Glass Jahr, um so fur neue Perspektiven offenzubleiben. Einige Juroren sind mit
The Corning Museum of Glass zeitgenossischem Glas nicht vertraut, wahrend andere sich so darin ver-
tieft haben, daB sie eine Arbeit sofort erkennen, wenn das Dia auf dem
Bildschirm erscheint. Dieses Jahr wurde bewuBt Abram Lemer gewahlt,
These are some general thoughts which occurred to me in the process weil er seit Jahren mit moderner Malerei und Skulptur arbeitet. Bei Joseph
of judging. While not specific with regard to individual entries, they do Hirshhorn stellte er die gro(3e Sammlung des Hirshhorn-Museums und
reflect an overall impression. Skulpturengartens zusammen und leitet diese Einrichtungen seit 18 Jah­
One was immediately struck by the variety of the entries, by the skill, the ren. Bertil Vallien ist jenen wohlbekannt, die die Gelegenheit hatten, an der
energy, and the desire of the artists to surmount traditional methods and Pilchuck School in Stanwood, Washington, zu studieren.
concepts... Er brachte in das Komittee nicht nur den Standpunkt eines Kunstlers ein,
Over and over, it was a revelation to observe how malleable glass is, sondern auch den eines Industriedesigners, denn er arbeitet als solcher
how it can be modeled, molded, cast, and made transparent or opaque; bei Kosta Boda in Schweden. SeineBeitrage zur Gebrauchsware und zum
indeed, how it transcends the inherent limitations of other art media. In Produktdesign waren fur die Diskussion sehr aufschluBreich.
some instances, glass becomes part of another substance, acting as a Letztlich wird aber nach der ganzen Diskussion die Entscheidung eines
source of light which illuminates and poetizes metal and wood. The color jeden Juroren, wie ernstgemeint, uberlegt und gewissenhaft sie auch sein
can be ravishing, from blunt primaries to lyrical and subtle tones which mag, auf eine sehr subjektive Auswahl reduziert, die auf den Einflussen
wash over the forms like a liquid rainbow ... basiert, die man in seinem Leben empfangt. Dies sollte von alien nicht ver-
In any case, one is quickly aware that an ancient tradition is being gessen werden - besonders nicht von den Teilnehmern dieses
transformed; artists are trying new approaches and solutions, and bringing Wettbewerbs.
to them great ambition and energy ...
Not unlike the situation in contemporary painting and sculpture, there Susanne K. Frantz (SF)
was no evidence of a single unified movement or school, no individual Associate Curator of 20th-century Glass
figure who dominated the medium and directed it into a single esthetic The Corning Museum of Glass
channel. This profusion of approaches creates a variety typical of the past
two decades in all the arts. If this variety lacks a unity of approach, it
rewards us with diversity, zest, and a multiformity of expression. This
diversity is refreshing and creative. It can push outward into new and Dies hier sind Gedanken allgemeiner Natur, die mir wahrend meinerTatig-
undeveloped technical and esthetic areas ... keit als Juror durch den Kopf gingen. Wahrend sie sich nicht direkt auf die
I was struck by the paucity of entries from commercial glass designers. einzelnen eingereichten Stiicke beziehen, so reflektieren sie doch einen
There was a relative scarcity of work designed for utility, although such generellen Eindruck.
items were once dominant in the field. All the entries dealt with the Man war sofort beeindruckt vond der Vielfalt der eingereichten Arbeiten,
essential elements of color, form, and light, but the greatest tendency was von der Geschicklichkeit, der Energie und dem Bestreben der Kiinstler,
toward sculptural concepts of a purely personal expression, one more traditionelle Methoden und Konzepte zu uberwinden ...
attuned to "pure" art. A larger representation of industrial glass design Immer wieder war es eine Offenbarung zu beobachten, wie formbar
would have allowed for greater balance and a more inclusive view of the Glas ist, wie es modelliert, gegossen, transparent oder opak gemacht
contemporary glass scene . .. werden kann; ja wie es die Grenzen uberschreitet, die anderen Kunst-
In their estimable attempts to outstrip the past and open unexplored medien inharent sind. In einigen Fallen wird Glas Teil einer anderen
esthetic spheres, some of the entrants overlooked the basic demands of Substanz, dient als Lichtquelle, die Metall und Holz erleuchtet und
taste and judgment. Too many, in their desire for newness and expressive­ poetisiert. Die Farbe kann hinreiBend sein-von direkten Primarfarben bis
ness, came close to banal caricature or cuteness. Of course, this was also zu lyrischen, subtilen Nuancierungen, die uber die Form gleiten wie ein
true of those who worked within the tradition, but that is kitsch of an obvious flieBender Regenbogen ...
order. More difficult to define, but still a present danger, is the kitsch Jedenfalls merkt man schnell, daB eine alte Tradition verandert wird-
resulting from a genuine search for freedom and contemporaneity which Kiinstler suchen nach neuen Ansatzen und Losungen und bringen dabei
disregards the imperatives of the medium ... groBen Ehrgeiz und Energie auf...
In the work of some participants, there was also a tendency to refer too Nicht unahnlich der Situation in der zeitgenossischen Malerei und Bild-
directly to modes of painting and sculpture which have long since lost their hauerei gibt es keinen Beleg fur eine einheitliche Bewegung oder Schule,
novelty and freshness. Such formal solutions rarely convince anyone, keine Einzelfigur, die das Medium beherrscht und in einer einzigen
especially the informed viewer... Asthetik kanalisiert. Das ObermaB an Ansatzen bringt eine Variations-
Although some may prefer glass which retains its traditional trans- breite hervor, die typisch fur alle Kunstformen in den vergangenen zwei
lucence, the works which mixed glass with other materials in unorthodox Jahrzehnten ist. Wenn dieser Variationsbreite auch der einheitliche Ansatz
combinations should nevertheless be encouraged. It is a canon of fehlt, so werden wir doch durch ein groBes Spektrum, Eifer und Pluralitat
modernism that media can also be metaphor, that irony is inherent in our der Ausdrucksformen belohnt. Vielfaltigkeit isterfrischend und kreativ. Sie
contemporary outlook, if only to avoid the sentimental and pretty. No one kann in neue, noch unterentwickelte technische und asthetische Bereiche
can reasonably object to the mixture of other media with glass, even when vordringen ...
the results take on an unfamiliar form and surface. Such practice is Ich war von der geringen Anzahl an Beitragen kommerzieller Glas-
commonplace in the visual arts and is now well within the province of glass designer betroffen. Gebrauchsdesign gab es relativ selten, obwohl solche
design... Dinge einst auf diesem Gebiet dominierten. Alle Beitrage setzten sich mit
Stylistically the entries reflected an international flavor. If there were Farbe, Form und Licht als wesentliche Elemente auseinander, aber die
distinguishing national differences, they were extremely subtle. It was meisten tendierten zu bildhauerischen Konzepten einer rein personlichen
almost impossible to identify most works by way of their national character, Ausdrucksweise, einmal mehr abgestimmt auf ,,art pur". Ware industriel-
nor was this a consideration for the jurors. Works were judged on quality les Glasdesign starker reprasentiert, so ware ein ausgewogenerer und
and appeal alone, regardless of country of origin. The jury reviewed 2,138 umfassenderer Gberblick uber die zeitgenossische Glasszene moglich
works, from which 100 were chosen. After several reviews of all the entries, gewesen ...
it was our unanimous conviction that the items selected were of the highest In ihrem bemerkenswerten Bemuhen, die Vergangenheit abzustreifen,
quality and reflected the most successful contemporary use of the glass und unerforschte, asthetische Spharen zu offnen, ubersahenmanche Teil-
medium ... nehmer die Grundforderungen von Geschmack und Urteilsvermogen. Zu
Abram Lerner (AL) viele kamen in ihrem Streben nach Neuheit und Expressivitat nahe an
Founding Director banale Karikaturen oder Nettigkeiten heran. Dies traf naturlich auch auf
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden diejenigen zu, die innerhalb der Tradition arbeiten, aber das ist Kitsch ganz
offensichtlicher Natur. Schwieriger zu definieren, aber als Gefahr immer
prasent, ist Kitsch, der aus der ernstgemeinten Suche nach Freiheit und
The future historian who assumes the task of studying the history of zeitgemaBem Ausdruck resultiert, und die Erfordernisse des Mediums
glass will probably ask himself, with some surprise, what happened in the auBer acht laBt...
1960s? In den Arbeiten einiger Teilnehmer machte sich auch die Tendenz be-
After a long period of rather slow development, even stagnation, a merkbar, sich zu direkt auf Formen der Malerei und Bildhauerei zu be-
sudden interest in glass as an artistic medium exploded. Established truths ziehen, die schon seit langem ihre Neuheit und Frische verloren haben.
such as "glass has to be made by big teams in factories" were overthrown. Solche formalen Losungen uberzeugen selten, besonders nicht den
An army of eager artists began to work in small studios, blew life into informierten Betrachter...
petrified techniques, and started to experiment in the most imaginative Wenn auch manche Glas bevorzugen mogen, das seine naturliche
way. Transluzenz bewahrt hat, sollte doch denen, die Glas mit anderen Mate-
This dramatic event was overlooked by the conservatives with a smile. rialien zu unorthodoxen Kombinationen verbinden, Mut gemacht werden.
They believed the play would soon be over. Such was not the case. A new Es ist ein Kanon der Moderne, daB Medien auch zu Metaphern werden
concept had been born, and today studio glass is more vital than ever. The konnen, daB Ironie unserer zeitgenossischen Sicht inharent ist, und sei es
ironic smile has turned into a look of admiration, and the Studio Glass nur, um das Hubsche und Sentimentale zu vermeiden. Niemand kann
Movement is now a source of inspiration to the whole glass world. vernunftigerweise etwas gegen die Mischung anderer Medien mit Glas
Over the years, The Corning Museum of Glass has been an important einwenden, auch dann nicht, wenn die Ergebnisse oft eine ungewohnte
supporter of this enthusiastic movement. New Glass Review is one Form und Oberflachenstruktur annehmen. Dies Verfahren gilt allgemein
example of that support. From the beginning, this yearly catalog was in den bildenden Kunsten und laBt sich nun auch auf die Glasgestaltung
meant to reflect and report on new artistic achievements in the glass world. ubertragen ...
Recently, the New Glass Review has become more and more a catalog Stilistisch reflektieren die Beitrage ein internationales Flair. Wenn es
of "free art glass". To me, that is a pity. I do believe that the most exciting unterscheidende nationale Merkmale gab, dann waren sie auBerordent-
things are still being done in this field, but, for many reasons, New Glass lich fein. Es war fast unmoglich, die meisten Arbeiten anhand ihres
Review should be encouraging and stimulating activity in other areas by nationalen Charakters zu identifizieren, noch zog dies die Jury in Er-
making a broader selection. This might include the work of artists who wagung. Die Arbeiten wurden nach ihrer Qualitat und Aussage beurteilt,
- choose to express themselves by more silent means, ungeachtet ihres Ursprungslandes. Die Jury begutachtete 2138 Arbeiten,
- care about the traditional craft by refining color, form, and function, and von denen 100 ausgewahlt wurden. Nachdem man die Beitrage mehrmals
- create glass designed for production in smaller or larger series. nacheinander angesehen hatte, war es unsere einstimmige Oberzeugung,
It was my intention as a juror to support these groups, but I found that daB die ausgewahlten Stiicke von hochster Qualitat waren und am
they were sparsely represented among the submitted slides. The recent gelungensten den zeitgenossischen Gebrauch des Mediums Glas
emphasis on art glass in its most avant-garde form seems to have scared reflektierten .. .
them away. There were no slides of the exciting new glass from Italy, and
very few of good artistic production glass. Where were the craftsmen who Abram Lerner (AL)
still have the courage to work with sublime simplicity? Where was the Grundungsdirektor
concern for beautiful function? Hirshhorn Museum und Skulpturengarten
I know the problems, but it is time to redefine New Glass Review as
Tom Buechner discussed it in New Glass Review 5.
Let us say that one category could be "design for production." First of all, Der zukunftige Historiker, der sich die Aufgabe stellt, die Geschichte des
this would encourage the industry to participate. Its designers and artists Glases zu studieren, wird sich vielleicht einigermaBen uberrascht fragen,
could point to the selection of their new products in New Glass Review was da in den sechziger Jahren passiert ist.
with the same degree of pride and joy that artists do now. The Review Nach einer langen, ziemlich langsamen Entwicklung, ja sogar Stag­
would then be enjoyed by a greater audience, and it would be a potent nation, brach ein plotzliches Interesse an Glas als einem kiinstlerischen
communicator between the factory and the artist. In the long run, the Medium aus. Oberkommene Wahrheiten wie ,,Glas muB von groBen
industry would be more design-conscious, and it would dedicate more Teams in Fabriken gemacht werden" wurden uber Bord geworfen. Eine
support and resources to artistic development. Anzahl eifriger Kunstler begann, in kleinen Studios zu arbeiten, hauchte
All of us would profit. Just think what the studio glass artists could erstarrten Techniken neues Leben ein und fing hochst einfallsreich an zu
contribute to industry with their unique knowledge of the soul of glass, their experimentieren.
artistic ability, and their technical skill! Believe me, this would not be a Dieses dramatische Geschehen wurde von den Konservativen lachelnd
one-way communication. ubersehen. Sie glaubten, daB die Sache bald vorbei sein wurde. Dies war
Among the slides we had to judge this year, I enjoyed seeing the number aber nicht der Fall. Ein neues Konzept war geboren worden, und heute ist
of entries from outside the United States. The glass movement is growing Studioglas vitaler als je zuvor. Das ironische Lacheln wandelte sich in
worldwide, and I was particularly pleased to see how the quality of the bewundernde Blicke, und die Studioglasbewegung ist nun eine Quelle der
European glass artists has improved. This trend was very evident at the Inspiration fur die gesamte Glaswelt.
Coburg exhibition last July. (Jber Jahre hinweg war The Corning Museum of Glass eine wichtige
Since the objective of New Glass Review is to show new glass and new Stutze dieser begeisterten Bewegung. New Glass Review ist ein Beispiel
talents, many good works by established artists were not included. I must dafur. Von Anfang an war dieser jahrlich erscheinende Katalog dazu
also say that some interesting works were poorly photographed, and for gedacht, neue Leistungen in der Glaswelt zu reflektieren und zu
this reason they did not qualify. That is the disadvantage of judging from dokumentieren.
slides. It also means that a seductively well-photographed object is Seit neuestem ist New Glass Review mehr und mehr zu einem Katalog
sometimes considered to be better than it actually is. This is something to des ,,freien Kunstglases" geworden. Ich bedauere dies. Ich glaube zwar
think about. fest, daB die aufregendsten Dinge nach wie vor in diesem Bereich ge-
Of all the exciting things I saw, I especially remember leistet werden, aber aus vielerlei Grunden sollte New Glass Review
- the sensual meeting between the fragile sheet of slumped glass and Aktivitaten in anderen Bereichen anregen und stimulieren, indem eine
a twig in Komiko Kogura's Torso No. 5, breitere Auswahl getroffen wird. Diese mag Arbeiten von Kunstlern ein-
- Howard Ben Tre's monumental Bench, which givesme the impression schlieBen, die
of a mighty, mythical power - a piece of furniture from an unknown, - es vorziehen, sich auf stillere Art und Weise auszudrucken,
scary culture, and - das traditionelle Handwerk pflegen, indem sie Farbe, Form und
- Florian Lechner's Splitterbild, which, in all its simplicity, has a nervous Funktion verfeinern,
sensibility - a violent fleet with no destination. - Glas fur die Produktion von kleineren und groBeren Serien gestalten.
Als Juror war es mein Anliegen, diese Gruppe zu unterstutzen, aber ich
Bertil Vallien (BV) fand, daB sie unter den eingereichten Dias nur sparlich vertreten war. Die
Artist and designer seit neuestem praktizierte Betonung auf Glaskunst in ihrer avantgar-
distischen Form scheint sie verschreckt zu haben. Es gab keine Dias von
dem aufregenden neuen Glas aus Italien und sehr wenige von kunstlerisch
guten Glasprodukten. Wo waren die Handwerker, die noch den Mut haben,
mit sublimer Einfachheit zu arbeiten? Wo bleibt das Bemuhen um
funktionale Schonheit?
Ich kenne die Probleme, aber es ist an der Zeit, New Glass Review neu

Note zu definieren, wie esTom Buechner in New GlassReview 5zur Diskussion


stellte.
LaBt uns sagen, daB eine Kategorie ,,Produktdesign" sein konnte. Dies
In 1985, nearly 6,000 copies of the New Glass Review 7 prospectus
wurde zum einem die Industrie ermutigen, daran teilzunehmen. Ihre
were mailed. Each entrant submitted a maximum of three slides. A total of
Designer und Kunstler konnten auf die Aufnahme ihrer neuen Produkte in
776 individuals and companies representing 30 countries submitted 2,138
New Glass Review mit demselben Stolz und derselben Freude verweisen
slides. The 100 objects illustrated in this Review were selected by the four
wie zur Zeit die Kunstler. Eine groBere Leserschaft kame dann in den
jurors, whose initials follow the descriptions of the objects they chose.
GenuB des Review, undes stellte einen potenten Kommunikator zwischen
All slides submitted to New Glass Review are retained in the Museum's
der Fabrik und dem Kunstler dar. Langfristig gesehen wurde die Industrie
archives, where they may be viewed by those interested in contemporary
designbewuBter werden und der kunstlerischen Entwicklung mehr Unter-
work in glass. Copies of slides published in any of the past Reviews may
stutzung und Gelder angedeihen lassen. Alle wurden davon profitieren.
be purchased by special order from the Sales Department of the Museum.
Man stelle sich nur vor, was die Studio-Glaskunstler mit ihrem einzig-
Copies of New Glass Review 3 (1982) are still available from the Sales
artigen Wissen um die Seele des Glases, ihrenkunstlerischen Fahigkeiten
Department, which can also supply all back issues of the Review in black-
und technischem Geschick an Beitragen fur die Industrie leisten konnten.
and-white microfiche.
Man glaube mir, dies ware keine einseitige Kommunikation.
The Corning Museum of Glass would like to thank all of the artists and
Unter den Dias, die wir dieses Jahr zu beurteilen hatten, sah ich mit
designers who generously submitted their slides for consideration.
Vergnugen die Anzahl der Beitrage von auBerhalb der Vereinigten
Special thanks are due to those who made this publication possible:
Staaten. Die Glasbewegung wachst weltweit, und ich war besonders
Louise Bush, Phyllis Casterline, Barbara Miller, and Richard Price.
erfreut zu sehen, wie sich die Qualitat der europaischen Glaskunstler
verbessert hat. Dieser Trend war in der Coburger Ausstellung im ver­
gangenen Juli offensichtlich.

SchluBbemerkung Da es das Ziel des New Glass Review ist, neues Glas und neue Talente
zu zeigen, wurden viele Arbeiten von etablierten Kunstlern nicht aufge-
1985 sind fast alle 6000 Exemplare der New Glass Review 7 Prospekte nommen. Ich muB auch sagen, daB einige interessante Arbeiten schlecht
versandt worden. Jeder Teilnehmer reichte maximal drei Dias ein. Insge- fotografiert waren und sich aus diesem Grunde disqualifizierten. Das ist
samt schickten uns 776 Personen und Gesellschaften aus 30 Landern der Nachteil, wenn man anhand von Dias juriert. Es bedeutet aber auch,
2138 Dias. Die 100 Objekte, die in diesem Review abgebildet sind, wurden daB ein verfuhrerisch gut fotografiertes Objekt manchmal fur besser
von vier Juroren ausgewahlt, deren Initialen auf die Beschreibung der gehalten wird, als es eigentlich ist. Man sollte daruber nachdenken.
Objekte, die sie auswahlten, folgen. Von all den aufregenden Dingen, die ich sah, kann ich mich besonders
Alle fur New Glass Review eingereichten Dias werden in den Archiven erinnern an
des Museums zuruckbehalten, wo sie von denen angesehen werden - das sinnliche Zusammentreffen einerfragilen Scheibe heiB verformten
konnen, die sich fur das zeitgenossische Glasschaffen interessieren. Glases mit einem Zweig in Komiko Koguras Torso No. 5,
Kopien der Dias, die in jedem der vergangenen Reviews publiziert - Howart Ben Tres monumentales Bench, das einem sofort den Ein-
wurden, konnen auf besondere Bestellung von der Verkaufsabteilung des druck einer machtigen mythischen Kraft vermittelt - ein Mobelstuck aus
Museums erworben werden. Exemplare des New Glass Review 3 (1982) einer unbekannten, unheimlichen Kultur- und
sind dort ebenfalls erhaltlich. Die Verkaufsabteilung kann auch alle ver­ - Florian Lechners Splitterbild, welches bei aller Einfachheit nervose
gangenen Ausgaben des Review auf schwarz-weiB Microfiche liefern. Sensibilitat besitzt - ein erregendes Vlies ohne Ziel.
The Corning Museum of Glass mochte all den Kunstlern und Designern
danken, die ihre Dias zur Beurteilung eingereicht haben. Besonderer Bertil Vallien (BV), Kunstler und Designer
Dank gebiihrt denen, die diese Publikation ermoglicht haben: Louise
Bush, Phyllis Casterline, Barbara Miller und Richard Price. Ubersetzungen: Rosita Bernstein, M.A.
Artists and Objects* 3 Blanka Adensamova
Czechoslovakia
1 Mark Abildgaard The Leaves I
California, United States Melted glass; cut, polished, etched,
engraved/Formgeschmolzenes
Glass Totems Glas; geschliffen, poliert, geatzt,
Sand-cast/Sandgegossen graviert
H. 96 cm, W. 30 cm H. 25 cm, W. 15 cm
SF TSB, AL

2 Hank Murta Adams 4 Peter S. Aldridge


Tennessee, United States New York, United States
EB Timescape III: Points in Time
Glass and copper; cast, blown/ Optical glass; cast, cut/Optisches
Glas und Kupfer; gegossen, Glas; gegossen, geschliffen
geblasen H. 300 cm, W. 300 cm
H. 50.8 cm, W. 25.4 cm TSB, SF
TSB, SF, BV

5 Judy Bally Jensen


Texas, United States
Venus and Nommo on the Temple
of the Hairy Star
Reverse painting on etched glass/
* Descriptive information has been Hinterglasmalerei auf geatztem
provided by the artists./Die Be- Glas
schreibungen wurden von den H. 91.4 cm, W. 81.3 cm
Kunstlern zur Verfugung gestellt. SF, AL
6 Angela Jane Beebe Lampworked glass/Vor der Lampe
England geblasen
H. 14 cm, W. 5 cm
119/1/13 Large Mono Wine Glass SF
Free-blown, machine-finished/Frei
geblasen, maschinelles Finish
H. 16.3 cm, W. 8.5 cm
TSB 10 Laura Bosse
Ohio, United States
Veiled Entrapment
7 Howard Ben Tre Slumped sheet glass, copper
Rhode Island, United States pipes/HeiBverformtes Flachglas, •
Bench 1 Kupferrohren WmBA
Cast/Gegossen H. 14 cm, W. 30 cm
H. 71.1 cm, L. 139.7 cm, W. 33 cm BV
TSB, SF, BV

8 Tatiana Best-Devereux
England
Enclosed Conical Form
Kiln-fused, cut, polished/lm Ofen
verschmolzen, geschliffen, poliert
L. 28 cm
SF, BV

9 Frederick Birkhill
Michigan, United States
Pillow Bottle
11 Amanda Brisbane sandstrahlbearbeitet, poliert
Wales H. 18.5 cm, W. 5.7 cm
Untitled TSB, SF, BV
? /- ' p #stli|sl Blown and painted body with
applied enameled handles/ 14 Michael Noel Carman
Geblasener und bemalter Korper England
mit angesetzten emailbemalten
Henkeln Bowl
H. 30 cm, W. 43 cm Kiln-formed with copper foil
TSB, SF inclusions/HeiBverformt mit Ein-
schliissen von Kupferfolie
H. 3.5 cm, W. 19 cm, D. 18 cm
BV
12 Curt Brock
Tennessee, United States
Stone Vessel 15 Ed Carpenter
Blown, cut/Geblasen, geschliffen Oregon, United States
H. 35.6 cm, W. 30.5 cm Detail of one of 12 windows for the
SF, BV First Community Church, Dallas,
Texas
Rolled and blown glass; leaded;
fused glass fiber cloth/Gewalztes
13 Keith Brocklehurst und geblasenes Glas; verbleit;
England aufgeschmolzenes Glasfaser-
Shadow Box gewebe
Cast, ground, sandblasted, H. 579.1 cm, W. 457.2 cm
polished/Gegossen, geschliffen, TSB, AL
16 Jerry Carter strahlbearbeitet
Maryland, United States H. 51 cm, W. 18 cm
Apertura TSB, SF, BV
Glass andmarble mosaic; etched/
Glas- und Marmormosaik; geatzt
H. 60 cm, W. 76 cm
TSB, AL 19 Jerzy Chodurski
Poland
Polish Angel No. 015
Glass panel; laminated,
17 Sydney Cash enameled, kiln-fired,sandblasted, • " . .
New York, United States cut/Glasbild; laminiert, email-
'',v .v* i:,
Pink Emanations bemalt, gebrannt, sandstrahlbe-
Optically kinetic construction:
steel, glass, and drawing/
arbeitet, geschliffen
H. 60 cm, W. 50 cm
W T tfK'
• •• l:ijjj^ # f
%
* '• "
Optisch-kinetische Konstruktion: TSB, SF, AL
Stahl, Glas und Zeichnung
H. 38 cm, W. 67 cm, D. 15 cm
TSB, AL, BV ... , *
20 Elijah Cobb
New York, United States
- \k. \m
18 Jose Chardiet
Connecticut, United States
African Ritual Still Life
Androgynous Antelope
Neon and antelope boneson clear
plexiglass/Neon und Antilopen-
knochen auf farblosem Plexiglas
ik 11
Blown, sand-cast, sandblasted/ H. 100 cm, W. 91.5 cm
Geblasen, sandgegossen, sand- BV
21 Patrick Collentine 24 Lauren Cummings
California, United States Maryland, United States
Welt-Traumhaftigkeit II Hybrid
Colored tubing, illuminating gas/ Blown, acid-etched/Geblasen,
Farbglasrohren, gasbeleuchtet geatzt
H. 100 cm, W. 48 cm H. 41 cm, W. 20 cm
AL, BV TSB

22 Sheryl A. Cotleur
Ohio, United States
Within 25 Dan Dailey
Slumped glass, welded metal, Massachusetts, United States
concrete/HeiBverformtes Glas,
geschweiBtes Metall, Beton Herding a Beast
H. 196 cm, W. 36 cm, D. 45 cm Blown, sandblasted,
BV acid-polished/Geblasen, sand-
strahlbearbeitet, saurepoliert
H. 30 cm, W. 25 cm
TSB, SF
23 KekeCribbs
Washington, United States
Hurricane Jezebel
Blown (by Richard Marquis),
sandblasted/Geblasen (von
Richard Marquis), sandstrahl-
bearbeitet
H. 30.5 cm, W. 17 cm
BV
26 Monica Damian-Eyrignoux 28 Neai Drobnis
France Rhode Island, United States
Hommage Ring
Blown, cut, hand- and Mold-blown/Formgeblasen
wheel-polished, engraved, H. 35 cm, W. 80 cm
assembled/Geblasen, geschlif- BV
fen, hand- und maschinenpoliert,
graviert, montiert
H. 80 cm, W. 22 cm
TSB, AL
29 Paulo DuFour
27 Catherine Doss Louisiana, United States
Alaska, United States Indenture
If They Ask What It Is, Tell Them Laminated/Laminiert
Whatever They'd Like H.71.1 cm, W. 116.8 cm
Fused glass on concrete block TSB
wall/Verschmolzenes Glas auf
Betonblockwand
Approx. 9.2 sq m
TSB, AL
30 Stephen Dale Edwards
Washington, United States
Man
Cast optical glass with white
concrete torso/Gegossenes
optisches Glasmit weiBem Beton-
Torso
H. 105 cm, W. 80 cm
TSB
31 Judi Elliott 34 Thomas M. Fleming
Australia Wisconsin, United States
Untitled Crucified Contradictions
Fused, slumped/Verschmolzen, Blown, slumped, found glass;
heiBverformt assembled on anodized
H. 8 cm, W. 46 cm aluminum armature; sandblasted/
TSB, BV Geblasene, heiBverformte Glas-
fundstiicke; montiert auf
eloxiertem Aluminium; sand­
strahlbearbeitet
32 Albinas Elskus H. 50 cm, W. 33 cm
New York, United States SF, BV
Pilchuck Experiment # 1
Painted, silver-stained, fired,
sandblasted/Bemalt, Gelbbeize, 35 Ulla Forsell
sandstrahlbearbeitet Sweden
H. 180 cm, W. 81 cm
TSB, SF, BV Coburger Bamboo
Blown, cased, and assembled
tubes with slumped arrows/
Geblasene, uberfangene und
montierte Rohren mit heiBver-
33 Thomas Farbanish formten Pfeilen
New York, United States H. 100-160 cm
Aspic TSB, SF, BV
Mold-blown glass, carved wood,
wax/Formgeblasenes Glas,
geschnitztes Holz, Wachs
H. 2,400 cm, W. 900 cm
BV
36 Hans Frode 38 Ulrica Hydman-Vallien
New York, United States Sweden
Skyscraper Free Relationship
Sandblasted plate glass, neon Blown, sandblasted, enameled/
tubes embedded in rubber, Geblasen, sandstrahlbearbeitet,
painted aluminum/Sandstrahl- emailbemalt
bearbeitetes Flachglas, Neon- H. 70 cm, W. 35 cm
rohren in Gummi eingebettet, TSB, SF
bemaltes Aluminium
H. 51 cm, W. 21 cm
BV

39 Toshio lezumi
Japan
37 Jin Harcuba Glass in Space
Czechoslovakia Glass and stone; laminated, cut,
Reclining Woman polished/Glas und Stein,
Engraved/Graviert laminiert, geschliffen, poliert
H. 8 cm, W. 8 cm H. 62 cm, W. 10 cm
TSB, SF, BV TSB

40 Iris Arc Crystal


California, United States
Limited Edition Classic Car
Cut glass/Geschliffenes Glas
L. 12 cm, W. 4.5 cm
TSB
41 Margie Jervis and blasted, enameled/Verschmol-
Susie Krasnican zenes und heiBverformtes Glas;
Virginia, United States sandstrahlbearbeitet, email-
bemalt
Notebook H. 12.5 cm, W. 22.5 cm
Plate glass with fired-on glass TSB
enamels; cut, ground, epoxy-
joined/Flachglas mit aufge- 44 Mark Kobasz
branntem Email; geschliffen, Pennsylvania, United States
poliert, verklebt Kennett
H. 11.5 cm, W. 35 cm Sand-cast glass, oak, oil paint,
TSB, BV concrete/Sandgegossenes Glas,
42 Shelley Jurs Eiche, Olfarbe, Beton
H. 71 cm, W. 22 cm
Jurs Architectural Glass TSB, SF, BV
California, United States
Untitled
45 Kimiko Kogure
Steel and glass/Stahl und Glas California, United States
H. 243.8 cm, W. 182.9 cm Torso
AL Slumped and sandblasted plate
glass, wood/HeiBverformte und
43 Janet Kelman sandstrahlbearbeitete Flachglas-
Michigan, United States platte, Holz
Monster No. 1 H. 112cm, W. 71 cm, D. 13cm
Fused and slumped glass; sand- TSB, AL, BV
46 Rika Kuroki Glass fragments/Glasfragmente
Japan H. 133 cm, W. 133 cm
SF, AL, BV
Untitled
Mixed media; slumped, fused/
Mixed media; heiBverformt, ver- 49 Kevin Lockau
schmolzen Canada
H. 15cm, W. 100cm Line Versus Light
TSB, AL, BV Laminated smoked glass,
iridescent flat glass, Oriental lead
47 Lisa Lebow printing characters/Laminiertes
California, United States Rauchglas, irisierendes Flach­
Blue Head, Red Door glas, orientalische Bleidruckbuch-
Blown and cut plate glass, acrylic staben
and oil paints, pastels, wood/ H. 20.5 cm, W. 14 cm
Geblasenes und geschliffenes SF, BV
Flachglas, Acryl- und Olfarbe,
Pastellkreide, Holz 50 Bert van Loo
H. 62 cm, W. 96.5 cm The Netherlands
AL, BV
Cleaved
Glass, lead, silicone, acrylic/Glas,
48 Florian Lechner Blei, Silikon, Acryl
Federal Republic of Germany H. 40 cm, W. 55 cm
Splitterbild TSB, BV
46
51 Erella Lustig Geblasen, mit Aufschmelzungen
Ohio, United States H. 20 cm, W. 14 cm
TSB, SF, BV
Division I
Pate de verre/Pate de verre
H. 13 cm, Diam. 18 cm
54 Joachim Marx
Federal Republic of Germany
SF
Aktmodell (Nude)
Laminated flat glass with
52 Andrew Magdanz and iridescent foil; etched, stained,
Susan Shapiro sandblasted/Laminiertes Flach-
Massachusetts, United States glas mit irisierender Folie; geatzt,
Series Avery eingefarbt, sandstrahlbearbeitet
Perfume bottle grouping: blown, H. 53 cm, W. 68 cm
cut, enameled/Parfumflaschen- TSB, SF
gruppierung: geblasen, geschlif-
fen, emailbemalt 55 MattMeis
H. (average) 13 cm, W. 13 cm California, United States
TSB, SF, BV Violet Hold
Blown glass, wood, and oil paint
construction/Konstruktion aus
53 Paul Marioni geblasenem Glas, Holz und
Washington, United States Olfarbe
The Visitor H. 38 cm, W. 55 cm
Blown, with hot applications/ TSB, AL, BV
56 Richard Craig Meitner bemaltem ,,Sculpee"-Stopfen
The Netherlands H. 26 cm, W. 22 cm
TSB, SF, BV
Botton Violation
Blown and enameled glass,
painted wood/Geblasenes und 59 Benjamin Moore
emailbemaltes Glas, bemaltes Washington, United States
Holz
H. 65 cm Crystal Columns (Ruby)
TSB, SF, BV Blown, with applied lip and foot/
Geblasen, mit angesetzter Lippe
57 Sien van Meurs und FuR
The Netherlands H. 48 cm, W. 11 cm
TSB, BV
Bow and Arrow
Slumped/HeiBverformt
H. 15 cm, L. 80 cm 60 Ian Mowbray
SF, BV Australia
Matchless
58 Nancy Monk Fused and cut strips; re-fused,
California, United States slumped/Verschmolzene und
Twins geschliffene Streifen; neuver-
Blown, etched, painted, with schmolzen, heiBverformt
painted "Sculpee" stopper/ H. 6 cm, W. 45 cm
Geblasen, geatzt, bemalt, mit TSB, SF

58

Sfjii
61 Shinichi Muro 64 Lukas Novotny
Japan California, United States
Islands Swimming in the Pool
Blown/Geblasen Cut, polished, laminated/
H. 15 cm, W. 16 cm Geschliffen, poliert, laminiert
TSB, BV H. 14.5 cm, W. 23 cm
TSB, AL, BV

65 Tim O'Neill
62 Anna Maria Nagy Oregon, United States
Rumania Loreto Series Bowl
Space Composition Fused, slumped/Verschmolzen,
"Fashioned" glass/,,In Fasson" heiBverformt
gebrachtes Glas H. 15.2 cm, W. 36.8 cm
TSB, SF
H. 200 cm, W. 100 cm
TSB

63 Stephen R. Nelson
Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled
Cast/Gegossen
H. 32 cm, W. 27 cm
TSB, SF
61
66 Robert Palusky 68 Ronald Pennell
New York, United States England
Ginny Where Ya Bound Help Those Fertile Turtles
Laminated float glass with photo Optical glass block; wheel-
transparency; sandblasted, engraved/Optischer Glasblock;
acid-etched, painted, cut, Radgravur
polished/Laminiertes Floatglas H. 6.5 cm, W. 6.5 cm
mit transparentem Foto; sand- TSB, SF
strahlbearbeitet, geatzt, bemalt,
geschliffen, poliert
H. 66 cm, W. 20.3 cm
TSB, AL
69 Narcissus Quagliata
California, United States
Glass Painting
Leaded stained glass/Verbleites
Farbglas
H. 365.8 cm, W. 1,554.5 cm
TSB, SF, AL
67 Thomas Patti
Massachusetts, United States
Night Vision
(Compacted Air-Frame)
Copper, stainless steel, glass, 70 Gil Reynolds
polycarbonate plastic; retro-cast/ Oregon, United States
Kupfer, rostfreier Stahl, Glas, Nothing Heavy Here
Kunststoff; gegossen Fused/Verschmolzen
H. 11.4 cm, W. 16.5 cm H. 12 cm, W. 24 cm
TSB, SF, BV AL, BV
66
71 Amy Roberts Painted/Bemalt
Washington, United States H. 85 cm, W. 65 cm
TSB, SF
Pinned Tu-Tu
Blown glass and mixed-media
construction/Konstruktion aus
geblasenem Glas and
mixed-media 74 Timo Sarpaneva
H. 150 cm, W. 80 cm
TSB, SF, BV
littala Glassworks
Finland
Blues Collection
Bowls, vases, and carafes:
cobalt blue and opal glass; blown/
72 Ivo Rozsypal Schalen, Vasen und Karaffen:
Czechoslovakia kobaltblaues und Opalglas;
geblasen
Air, Water, Earth, Civilization H. 16cm, W. 16cm
Painted flat glass with
BV
hand-shaped and laminated/cut
applications/Bemaltes Flachglas
mit handgeformten und laminier-
ten/geschliffenen Applikationen
H. 160 cm, W. 160 cm, D. 40 cm
TSB, SF 75 Michael Scheiner
Rhode Island, United States
Glass House
Blown glass with Hydrocal and
lead/Geblasenes Glas mit
73 Gizela Sabokova Hydrocal und Blei
Czechoslovakia H. 230 cm, W. 200 cm
Portrait No. 1 BV
76 Sharon Sherman 79 Robin A. Stanaway
Pennsylvania, United States New York, United States
Untitled Neo Ruin
Blown and polished glass with Installation: silica sand and stucco
brass, steel, and silver wire/ structure, brokenand sandblasted
Geblasenes und poliertes Glas plate glass, sand-cast figures/
mit Messing,Stahl und Silberdraht Gebaude aus Sand und Stuck,
H. 31 cm, W. 22 cm zerbrochenes und sandstrahl-
AL, BV bearbeitetes Flachglas, sandge-
gossene Figuren
H. 177.8 cm, W. 195.6 cm
77 Ryoji Shibuya BV
The Netherlands
Shrine of the Stone #7
Mold-blown glass, laminated and 80 Susan Stinsmuehlen
cut plate glass; painted; cement Renaissance
base/Formgeblasenes Glas, Glass Company
laminiertes und geschliffenes Texas, United States
Flachglas; bemalt; Zementsockel
H. 52.5 cm, W. 60 cm Splash, Dash, Dots, and Dels
TSB, AL, BV Glass screen: leaded glass with
copper and blown rondels by
William Morris; etched, painted,
beveled/Glasschirm: verbleites
78 Terrence E. Smith-Lamothe Glas mit Kupfer und geblasenen
Canada Rundscheiben von William Morris;
William Graham Family Memorial geatzt, bemalt, schrag abge-
Leaded glass/Verbleites Glas schliffen
H. 425 cm, W. 177 cm H. 210 cm, W. 280 cm
TSB, AL TSB, SF, AL, BV
81 Yuichi Taniguchi strahlbearbeitet
Georgia, United States H. 43 cm, W. 18 cm
Memory & Romance SF
Double-etched glass with acrylic
and watercolor/Zweifach
geatztes Glas mit Acryl- und
Wasserfarbe
H. 23 cm, W. 23 cm 84 Andrew Terris
TSB, AL, BV Canada
Glass Sculpture for the
Halifax Sheraton Hotel
Plate glass, one- and two-way
82 David Taylor mirror; ground, sandblasted,
England glued/Flachglas, Ein- und Zwei-
wegspiegel; geschliffen, sand-
Carved Scent Bottle strahlbearbeitet, verklebt
Blown, cut, carved, acid-polished/ H. 140 cm, W. 472 cm, D. 15 cm
Geblasen, geschliffen, geschnitzt, TSB
saurepoliert
H. 19 cm, W. (base) 9 cm
TSB, SF

85 Barbara Tolchinsky
Ohio, United States
83 Frances V. Tennent Corydon
Canada Fused, enameled/Verschmolzen,
Animal Architecture emailbemalt
Plate glass; fused, sandblasted/ H. 32.4 cm, W. 42.5 cm
Flachglas; verschmolzen, sand- AL
86 David Traub Overlay, sandblasted
England (insculpture-diatreta)/Oberfang,
sandstrahlbearbeitet (innen-
Vase
Blown, acid-etched; repolished plastisch, diatretartig)
rim/Geblasen, geatzt; Rand auf- H.4cm, W. 9 cm
TSB
poliert
H. 17cm, W. 18cm
TSB, BV

89 Valentin M. Vanetik
87 Mary Van Cline Vermont, United States
Massachusetts, United States Fortress, Perspective
The Unbearable Lightness Crystal; cast, polished/Kristall;
of Being gegossen, poliert
Photosensitive glass block, neon, H. 30 cm, W. 12 cm
Pyrex, torched wood; painted/ TSB, AL, BV
Fotosensitiver Glasblock, Neon,
Pyrex, geschwarztes Holz; bemalt
H. 62 cm, W. 20 cm
TSB, BV
90 Jorma Vennola
littala Glassworks
Finland
88 Vandermark/Merritt
Glass Studios Jackpot
Cut glass and wood/Geschliffe-
Barry Sautner nes Glas und Holz
New Jersey, United States H. 40 cm, W. 60 cm
Wisteria Pond SF, BV
91 Ann P. W£hlstrom 94 Dick Weiss
New York, United States Washington, United States
Untitled A Sea-Time Story for
Blown/Geblasen M. M. + W. W., No. 2
H. 20 cm, W. 20 cm Stained glass with blown rondels
TSB, BV by Sonja Blomdahl/William
Morris/Farbglasfenster mit
92 Walther-Glas GmbH geblasenen Rundscheiben von
Federal Republic of Germany Sonja Blomdahl/William Morris
Opera H. 180 cm, W. 135 cm
Serving bowl: pressed crystal TSB, SF
glass with sandblasted handles/
Anbietschale: gepreBtes Kristall-
glas mit sandstrahlmattierten 95 Murt Wildsmith
Henkeln Canada
H. 12 cm, W. 25.5 cm Clocktower #2
TSB, SF Hot-cast and kiln-cast glass with
enamels; smoke-fired stoneware
93 Steven Weinberg clay with enamels/In unterschied-
Rhode Island, United States lichen Verfahren gegossenes
Untitled Glas mit Email; rauchgebrannter
Crystal; cast/Kristall; gegossen Steingutton mit Emailfarben
H. 18 cm, W. 18 cm H. 35 cm, W. 35 cm
TSB, SF, BV TSB, AL, BV
96 Frans Willebrands Blown Blenko vase with wire,
The Netherlands spray paint, and pencil; acid-
Plate-Object I etched/Geblasene Blenko-Vase
Melted black flat glass on red mit Draht, gespriihte Farbe und
cylindrical glass form; sand- Bleistift; geatzt
blasted/Schwarzes Flachglas auf H. 58 cm, W. 20 cm
rote Zylinderform aufgeschmol- TSB, SF
zen; sandstrahlbearbeitet 99 Yan Zoritchak
H. 4 cm, L. 64 cm, Diam. 38 cm France
TSB, SF, AL, BV Structure de Lumiere

(
97 Rachael Woodman Industrial glass and polarized
England light/lndustrieglas und polarisier-
tes Licht
Heavy Crystal Bowl H. 17 cm, W. 23 cm
Blown in Swedish overlay tech­ AL
nique; cut, beveled, sandblasted,
acid-polished/ln schwedischer 100 Catherine Zurchin
Oberfangtechnik geblasen; Ohio, United States
geschliffen, facettiert, sandstrahl­ Kenotaphion
bearbeitet, saurepoliert Blown glass, wood, plaster,
H. 18 cm, W. 20 cm gauze, putty, paint/Geblasenes
SF Glas, Holz, Gips, Gaze, Kitt,
98 Richard Yelle Farbe
Massachusetts, United States H. 67 cm, W. 70 cm
Wrapped Vase TSB, SF

98
Bibliography
of recently published
articles and books on glass

Bibliographie
kurzlich erschienener
Artikel und Bucher
uber Glas
Bibliography O F R E C E N T L Y P U B L I S H E D A R T I C L E S A N D B O O K S O N G L A S S
This list includes publications added to The Corning Museum of Glass Diese Liste fuhrt die Publikationen auf, die im Anschlu(3 an die Biblio-
Library since the bibliography for New Glass Review 6. graphie fur die New Glass Review 6 in die Bibliothek des Corning Museum
of Glass aufgenommen wurden.
Contemporary Glass (after 1945)
Flat Glass (after 1945) including Architectural, Mosaic, Painted, and Zeitgenossisches Glas (nach 1945)
Stained Glass Flachglas (nach 1945), einschlieGlich architekturbezogenem Glas,
Technology (after 1945) Glasmosaik, Glasmalerei und Stained Glass
Films and Videotapes Technologien (nach 1945)
Filme und Videokassetten
Only substantive book reviews are listed; they may be found under the
author of the work reviewed. Nur ausfuhrliche Buchrezensionen werden aufgelistet; sie werden unter
dem Namen des Autoren aufgefuhrt, dessen Buch rezensiert wurde.
The following periodicals are recommended for comprehensive coverage Die folgenden Periodika sind geeignet, einen umfassenden CJberblick
of contemporary glassmaking: uber zeitgenossische Glasgestaltung zu vermitteln:
American Art Glass Quarterly American Art Glass Quarterly
Glass Art Society Journal Glass Art Society Journal
Glass Review (Czechoslovakia) Glass Review (Tschechoslowakei)
Glass Studio Glass Studio
Neues Glas Neues Glas
New Work New Work
Stained Glass Stained Glass
Before 1982, this bibliography appeared annually in the Journal of Glass Vor 1982 erschien diese Bibliography jahrlich im Journal of Glass Studies,
Studies, also published by The Corning Museum of Glass. das ebenfalls von The Corning Museum of Glass herausgegeben wird.
Entries beginning with a cardinal or ordinal number, expressed either as Titel, diemit einer Kardinal- Oder Ordinalzahl beginnen, undzwar entweder
a numeral or spelled out, will be found after the alphabetical entries, als Ziffer oder ausgeschrieben, werden im AnschluR an die alphabetisch
arranged numerically. geordneten Titel aufgefuhrt und sind nach Zahlen geordnet.

CONTEMPORARY G L A S S (after 1945)/Z E I T G E N 0 S S I S C H E S G L A S (nach 1945)


ANONYMOUS "Baschet Sound Sculptures on View in "Commissions: Herb Babcock"
"A. et M. Begou: le verre entoure le vase" Kent, Conn." American Craft, v. 45, no. 2, April/May 1985,
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 99, June 1985, Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 13, no. 22, May 31, p. 71, ill.
pp. 12-13, ill. 1985, p. 18, ill. Blown glass and silver sculpture.
Paris exhibition. Molded metal and glass musical pieces.
"Cooper-Hewitt Selects 14 Boehm Designs from
"A. C. C. Presents Awards for Achievement in the "Benjamin Moore, Inc." Rosenthal Line for Exhibit"
Crafts" New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, China, Glass & Tableware, v. 103, no. 8,
Craft International, April/May/June 1985, p. 34. p. 26, ill. Aug. 1985, p. 8, ill.
Maurice Heaton. Wineglasses.
"Bernhard Schagemann neuer Leiter der Glasfach-
"Alberi di luce" schule Zwiesel" "Craft Choice"
Casa Vogue, no. 156, Oct. 1984, p. 254, ill. Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 3, March1985, p.708, ill. Craft Work (Edinburgh), no. 7, Spring 1985, p. 24,
Neon sculptures by Nanda Vigo. ill.
"Berufsschuler aus Hadamar zur Ausbildung in Goblets by David Kaplan and Annica Sandstrom.
"American Designers Receive Awards for Frankreich"
Crystal Designs from Saint Louis" Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 2, Feb. 1985, p. 120, ill. "Craftworld: ACC Honors 13"
China, Glass & Tableware, v. 103, no. 8, Aug.1985, Hadamar students begin exchange program with American Craft, v. 45, no. 2, April/May 1985, p. 92.
p. 6, ill. training school in Tournon, France. Award to Maurice Heaton by
"Anne Gould Hauberg's Light Touch" American Craft Council.
"Bratislava: Biennale des Metiers d'Art"
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20, "Creative Glass Center of America: A Rewarding
p. 28, ill. Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 46, ill. Experience for 1985 Recipients"
Glass and metal lamps by Benjamin Moore and Juried European ceramic and glass show, The Journal, A Newsletter for Friends of
Walter White. Autumn 1984. Wheaton Village, v. 8, no. 2,1985, pp. 2-3, ill.
"Art du verre actualite internationale au Musee des Jeff Burnett, Erik Halvorson, Leonard DiNardo,
"CGCA Program - Rewarding Experience" Valentin Vanetik.
Beaux-Arts de Rouen(jusqu'auau 15septembre)"
The Journal, A Newsletter for Friends of
Verre Actualites, no. 67, June 1985, pp. 32-33, ill. "Crystal Producer Forms Link with Glass Artists"
Wheaton Village, v. 8, no. 4,1985, p. 2, ill.
"Art et miroiterie: la fontaine de Jutta Cuny" Creative Glass Center Fellows. Glass (U. K.), v. 62, no. 11, Nov. 1985, p. 395.
Verre Actualites, no. 56,March 1984, pp. 22-26, ill. Royal Brierley acquires "The Foundry" to market
Mirrored fountain sculpture designed by Cuny "Chihuly 'Seaform' Glass on View as Featured studio glass, under direction of artists Jill Devine
for Saint-Gobain Vitrage site, Paris. Object" and Jane Beebe.
Renwick Quarterly, Sept./Oct./Nov. 1985, p. [4],
"Art 'Flows' to a Wider Public" ill. "Czechoslovak Glass in Athens"
Pilkington News, Sept. 19, 1984, p. 5, ill. For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1985,
London sculptor creates large glass piece outside "Circus Comes to the Clinical Center to Stay: p. 80, ill.
Tate Gallery. A Glasswork Created by Friar Jerry Hovanec" Exhibition, Spring 1985.
The NIH Record (National Institutes of Health,
"Artistic Lead Crystal from Czechoslovakia" Bethesda, Md.), v. 37, no. 11,May 21,1985, p. 3, ill. "Czechoslovak Glass in Copenhagen"
Continental Homewares, Spring 1985, p. 54, ill. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 5, 1985, p. 28, ill.
Work by Podebrady glassworks in collaboration "Clay, Glass to Have National Gallery" Exhibition, 1984.
with the College of Applied Arts. CraftNews, v. 10, no. 7, Oct. 1985, p. 10.
Proposed gallery in Waterloo, The Canadian Clay "Design of the Year: Environments.
"Au colloque international: Verre et Architecture and Glass Gallery. Gallery Nilsson"
de Sars-Poteries" ID (Industrial Design), v. 32, no. 4, July/Aug. 1985,
Verre Actualites, no. 57, April 1984, p. 22+, ill. "Close-Up" p. 32, ill.
Second colloquium, April 1983. Design in Finland 1985, p. 70, ill.
Sarpaneva piece, Claritas series. "Deux nouvelles boutiques du verre a Paris"
"Auch die Schweiz hat eine Glasmacherin" Verres Actualites, no. 62, Dec. 1984, pp. 21-23, ill.
Die Schaulade, no. 9, Sept. 1984, p. 1752, ill. "Coburg Glass Prize of 1985" New glass galleries in the Pompidou Center;
Jacqueline Krebs at Glasi Hergiswil. Glass Review, v. 39, no. 11,1984, p. 23, ill. work by Joel Linard and Veronique Monod.
Announcement of the competition.
"Ausstellung: Neues Glas aus Japan/Exhibition: "Du beau verre pour ce centenaire"
New Glass from Japan" "Le Colloque normand" Verres Actualites, no. 68, Sept. 1985, pp. 30-33, ill.
Neues Glas, no. 4,Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 266-267, ill. LAtelierdes Metiers dArt, no. 92, Oct. 1984, Competition for perfume flasks
Work of 30 Japanese glass artists at pp. 24-25, ill. sponsored by Trupheme to commemorate
State Museum of Baden, Karlsruhe. Sars-Poteries, April 1984. centennial.
"Ausstellungen: Glasobjekte von Willi Pistor" "Commissions" "L'Eclairage d'ambiance"
Glas + Rahmen, no. 7,1985, p. 288+. Craft Work, no. 9, Autumn 1985, p. 9, ill. Table et Cadeau, no. 260, April 1985, pp. 62-69, ill.
Spring exhibit, Essener Glasgalerie. Engraved trophy bowl by Ken Wilson. New lamps and lighting.
"En trold er ikke nem at taemme" "Gestaltungswettbewerb: Junges Handwerk "Harvey K. Littleton, eine Retrospektive/
Glas & Mennesker, no. 1, March 1980, Nordrhein-Westfalen'' A Retrospective"
pp. 11-12, ill. Kunst + Handwerk, no. 3, May/June 1984, Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 29-32, ill.
Glass by Sidse Werner for Holmegaard. pp. 146-148, ill.
Thomas Lemke. "Harvey Littleton Glass Sculpture"
"Environmentals by Paul Stankard" High Museum of Art Calendar, April 1985,
Paperweight News, v. 7, no. 2, July 1985, p. 15. "Ginny Ruffner" p. 1, ill.
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 28, ill. Description of opening of retrospective exhibit.
"The Exhibition of Bohemia Crystal Company in the
Silver Jubilee Pavilion on the Occasion of the "Glas aus der Tschechoslowakei" "Harvey Littleton Glass Sculpture"
International and National Exhibition Held in Perth Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 5, May 1985, High Museum of Art Calendar, May 1985, p. 1, ill.
in West Australia in March 1985" pp. 968-969, ill. Retrospective exhibit.
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1985, p. 79. Work by Touskova, Novak, Adensamova.
"Harveys of Bristol"
"Exhibition of Glass Sculpture Opens "Glas-Symposium in Novy Bor" Glass Technology, v. 25, no. 5, Oct. 1984, p. 222,
April 6 at Heller" Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, p. 272, ill. ill.
Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 13, no. 13, "Glaskunst der Gegenwart aus der CSSR" Copy of 1815 decanter, commissioned by Harveys
March 29,1985, p. 34. Die Schaulade, v. 59, no. 11, Nov. 1984, from Webb Corbett and engraved by
Jay Musler, Sidney Hutter, Margie Jervis, Susan pp. 2094-2095, ill. John Marshall.
Krasnican.
"Glaskunst i Industriens Hus" "Heller Gallery Announces Two New Exhibitions"
"Exhibitions" Glas & Mennesker, no. 1, March 1980, p. 2, ill. Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 13, no. 6, Feb. 8,
Craft Arts, no. 3, June/Aug. 1985, pp. 101-104, ill. Glass wall pieces by Sidse Werner, Holmegaard. 1985, p. 66.
Joel Philip Myers, Keith Rowe, Dan Dailey, Linda Dan Dailey, Linda MacNeil.
MacNeil, Anne Ferguson, Michele Fermanis. "Glaskunst zwischen Tradition und Moderne
Ausstellung 'Tschechoslowakisches Glas '84' "The History of Murano Is Inseparable from the
"Exhibitions: Australian Portfolio" in Prag" History of Glass"
Craft Arts, no. 2, Jan./March 1985, pp. 106-110, ill. Die Schaulade, no. 9, Sept. 1984, Continental Homewares, Spring 1985,
Canberra show, including work by Helmut Hiebl, pp. 1749-1751+, ill. pp. 44-47, ill.
Denis O'Connor, Setsuko Ogishi, Peter Viesnik.
"Ein Glasmuseum in Immenhausen als "In Frankfurt 'Zeitgenossisches deutsches
"Expos de I'ete" Geburtstagsgeschenk" Kunsthandwerk'"
Table et Cadeau, no. 263, Aug./Sept. 1985, Porzellan + Glas, no. 9,1984, pp. 55-57, ill. Die Schaulade, v. 59, no. 11, Nov. 1984,
pp. 84-85, ill. New products from Sussmuth glassworks. pp. 2086-2087, ill.
Large exhibit at Rouen, Isgard Moje in Paris,
"Glasorkesteret" "In the News; Lalique Glass: The Tradition
Swedish glass at Centre Culturel Suedois.
Glas & Mennesker, v. 5, no. 9, April 1984, Continues"
"Expositions Calendrier: The Glasshouse a Rouen pp. 12-13, ill. Collectors Mart, Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 6, ill.
et a Paris" Holmegaard's glass orchestra. "Informationen"
Le Courrierdes Metiers d'Art, no. 40,
"Die Glaspfeife als Taktstock" Neues Glas, continuing series: no. 1,
Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 28, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 9,1984, p. 97, ill. Jan./March 1985 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985.
"Feature: Miniatures" Robert Coleman pieces at Glas-Galerie Nordend, News of exhibitions, conferences, new books, etc.
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, no. 7, Munich.
Feb./March/April 1985, p. [6], ill. "Internationale Glaskunst-Ausstellung in Rouen"
Lampwork artist Francis Whittemore, Jr. "A Glass Act" Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1985, p. 1552, ill.
California College of Arts & Crafts Review, "James Harmon"
"Federica Marangoni" v. 74, no. 1, Jan. 1985, p. 12, ill.
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, News of the glass program students and alumni: p. 25, ill.
p. 26, ill. Posner, Brand, Maslach, Musler, and others.
[also Lipofsky, p. 10.] "Jean-Paul Van Lith"
"Les 'Filles'd'Olivier Juteau et Philippe Merloz
(du 16 mai au 30 juin)" La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 23,
" 'Glass America 1985' to Open at Heller Gallery"
July/Aug. 1985, p. 42, ill.
Verre Actualites, no. 65, April 1985, p. 38, ill. Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 13, no. 1, Jan. 4,
Review of a Paris show.
Paris exhibit. 1984, p. 58.
Exhibit of 90 artists' work, slide lectures, and "John Barlow Perthshire Paperweights Loan"
"Florida Gallery Hosts Collectors' Weekend and
demonstrations. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, no. 6,
Glass Invitational"
The Crafts Report, v. 11, no. 109, Jan. 1985, "Glass at Atlantic City Casino" Nov./Dec./Jan. 1984-1985, p. 3.
p. 15, ill. The Crafts Report, v. 11, no. 117, Oct. 1985, p. 39, 106 Perthshire weights, ca. 1969-1984.
ill. "Journal/Design: Schmuckdosen"
"Fujita and Glancy Exhibition at Heller Gallery" Wheaton Village Creative Glass Center display.
Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 12, no. 48, Nov. 30, Du, die Zeitschrift fur Kunst und Kultur, no. 10,
1984, p. 40. " 'Glass by Jersey Hands: 1985' Exhibit through 1985, p. 101, ill.
Glass boxes by Kyohei Fujita and carved, November 3,1985" Lead crystal jewelry boxes by Zurich craftsmen
electroformed sculptures by Michael Glancy. The Journal, A Newsletter for Friends of Juri and Peter Zernisch.
Wheaton Village, v. 8, no. 4, 1985, p. 3, ill. "Karl Wiedmann zum 80. Geburtstag"
"Furnishings" Paperweights, lampwork, studio art glass by
Metropolis, v. 5, no. 3, Oct. 1985, pp. 38-55, ill. Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1985,
19 N. J. artists. pp. 1642-1643, ill.
Bowls and other tableware by
Maslach, Wahlstrom, Harmon, Guggisberg, "Glass Collectors Convene" Work by Wiedmann in Freiburg exhibition.
Baldwin, and others; etched table by Craft International, Oct./Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 33. "Koniglicher Pokal von Theresienthal
C. Van der Hurd. Seminar at Pilchuck. fur Prinzessin Anne"
"Galleries and Exhibitions" "Glass Commissions and Awards in Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 4, April 1985, p. 766, ill.
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1984, p. 99, ill. Washington State Spotlight" "Kristall und Licht. Das groRe Herbstthema von
Richard Clements' bottles. The Crafts Report, v. 11, no. 119, Dec. 1985, p. 38. Riedel-Glas"
"Galleries and Exhibitors" "A Glass Environment in London" Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1985,
Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1985, Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, p. 276. pp. 1640-1641, ill.
pp. 94-95, 98,102, ill. Plans for April 1986 glass and architecture "Krystall fra Bohmen funkier i b&de slott og
Recent work by Australian glass artists. conference. bestestuer"
"Galleries and Exhibitors" "Glass Happenings" Glassposten, no. 4,1984, p. 12, ill.
New Work, continuing series: no. 21/22, Three Czech pieces.
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1985, pp. 91, 94, ill.
Neon and mixed-media sculpture by Neil Roberts, Winter/Spring 1985- no. 23/24, Summer/Fall "Kunsthandwerk Baden-Wurttemberg 1984"
stained glass by Cedar Prest. 1985. Kunst + Handwerk, no. 3, May/June 1984,
News of exhibitions, competitions, workshops and pp. 153-155, ill.
"Galleries and Exhibitors" courses, artists and teachers, etc.
Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1985, p. 96, ill. Lamp-blown work by Walter Bahr.
Bowl by Colin Heaney. "Glass Jaw" "Kurzubersicht/Vitae''
Crafts, no. 74, May/June 1985, pp. 40-43, ill. Neues Glas, continuing series: no. 1, Jan./March
"Gallery: Glass" Work from "Americans in Glass" exhibition. 1985 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985.
American Craft, v. 45, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1985,
p. 77, ill. "Glasshouse de Londres" Artists' biographies.
Work by Adams, King, Brock, Nygren, Glasner, La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 23, "Lasiaika: Die GlasZeit/The Glass Age"
Wirkkala. July/Aug. 1985, p. 46, ill. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985,
Review of Paris exhibition of the London group. pp. 188-193, ill.
"Gallery: Glass"
"Glassriket i Sm^land" An interview with Timo Sarpaneva.
American Craft, v. 45, no. 5, Oct./Nov. 1985, p. 79,
ill. Glassposten, no. 3,1984, pp. 9-11, ill.
"Lasting Successes"
Work by Pappenheimer, Gonzalez, Dane, Ruffner, Orrefors.
Design in Finland 1985, pp. 38-43, ill.
Buechner, McGlauchlin. "Glossar/Technical Terms" Older designs still in demand: Aalto "wave" vase,
Neues Glas, continuing series: no. 1, Jan./March Kaj Frank bowls and Luna series, Wirkkala drinking
"Gallery: Glass"
1985 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985. glasses.
American Craft, v. 45, no. 6, Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986,
p. 75, ill. "Gravering - et krevende h&ndverk" "Lazin Lighting"
Work by Higgins, Harper, McDonnell, Anderson, Glassposten, no. 3, 1984, p. 20, ill. New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
Thiewes, Mason. Engraving at Hadeland. p. 28, ill.
"Lek i glas" "One of Our Own..." "Special Exhibit"
Form, v. 81, no. 5 (634), 1985, p. 50, ill. The Gatherer (Wheaton Village), v. 8, no. 1, The Gatherer (Wheaton Village), v. 8, no. 1,
English summary. March 1985, pp. 4-5, ill. March 1985, p. 6.
Neon by Hans Frode, stained glass by Siegfrid Glassmaker Jeffry Sammartino at Paperweights, etc., in "Three Generations in
Heim, baptismal font by Tom Moller. Wheaton Village. Glass: Erickson, Vandermark, Merritt."
"Littleton Show at Craft Museum in New York" "Ontario Crafts Council 1985 Annual Meeting" "Statement through Art"
Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 12, no. 48, Nov. 30, CraftNews, v. 10, no. 6, Aug. 1985, p. 6. The Journal, A Newsletter for Friends of
1984, p. 79. First Indusmin Glass Award to James Grace, Wheaton Village, v. 8, no. 3, 1985, p. 2, ill.
Ontario College of Art. Glass vessel by Leonard DiNardo.
"Lundberg Studios. Eickholt Glass Company"
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, no. 8, "An Open Path" "Steuben's Latest New Works View
May/June/July/Aug. 1985, p. 7, ill. For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 2, June 1985, Two Different Cities"
pp. 26-27, ill. American Glass Review, v. 106, no. 2, Aug. 1985,
"Marvin Lipofski [Lipofsky], 'Number One'" p. 8, ill.
Sculptures and painted glass by Gizela Sabokova.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 92, Oct. 1984, Work by Bernard X. Wolff and Paul Schulze.
pp. 26-27, ill. ' 'Orrefors-Kristallbuch''
Die Schaulade, v. 59, no. 11, Nov. 1984, "Tapio Wirkkala 1915-1985"
"Meet a New Paperweight Artist" Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 86, no. 7,
p. 2108, ill.
The Gatherer (Wheaton Village), v. 8, no. 2, July 1985, p. 182 + , ill.
Glass book made by four Orrefors glasscutters.
July 1985, p. 3, ill.
David Plasket. "Our Very Own..." "Things Seen"
The Gatherer (Wheaton Village), v. 8, no. 2, Design, no. 435, March 1985, p. 23, ill.
"Merlin Glass" July 1985, pp. 4-5, ill. Neon sculpture by Londoner Peter Freeman.
The Glass Cone, no. 7, Sept. 1985, p. 6. Paperweights by Tony DePalma. "Tschechoslowakisches Glas '84: Querschnitt
Studio glass shop in Liskeard, Cornwall.
"The Past and the Present of Glass Production at durch die Glasmacherkunst vom Mittelalter bis zur
"Michael Bang" Kyjov" Avantgarde"
Glas & Mennesker, v. 1, no. 2, Aug. 1980, Glass Review, v. 40, no. 6, 1985, pp. 6-8, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 10, 1984, pp. 26-28, ill.
pp. 4-7, ill. Container glass plant. English summary.
Holmegaard designer. Prague exhibition of 2,000 pieces of Czech glassin
"Per Liitken" three sections: historical, modern, and
"Michael D. Jones" Glas & Mennesker, no. 1, March 1980, pp. 4-6, ill. commercial.
Collector Editions, v. 13, no. 1, Spring 1985, An interview with Holmegaard glassworker Liitken.
p. 78, ill. "Tyrone Crystal"
"Portfolio: Leonard DiNardo" The Gift Buyer International, v. 21, no. 9,
"Miniatures in Bohemian Glass" American Craft, v. 45, no. 6, Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986, May 1985, p. 22.
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 1, March 1985, p. 50, ill. Irish company established 1970.
pp. 32-38, ill.
Traditionally styled pieces from Crystalex, "Portfolio: Michael Cohn" "Uniquement le verre"
Chribska, Podebrady, etc. American Craft, v. 45, no. 2, April/May 1985, Table et Cadeau, no. 255, Nov. 1984, p. 35, ill.
p. 35, ill. New gallery of contemporary glass, Paris.
"The Modern Spirit: Glass from Finland"
Form-Function-Finland, no. 3,1985, p. 29, ill. "Praze an Beeble Glass" "Veart: brillanti visioni"
Exhibition at Cooper-Hewitt Museum. The Glass Cone, no. 7, Sept. 1985, p. 6. Vetro Informazione, v. 5, no. 25, Jan./Feb. 1985,
Norman Clark studio near Camborne, Cornwall. p. 34, ill.
"Nachtmann Bleikristall Designs by Mario Ticco.
Kunsthandwerkliche Tradition seit mehr als "Un premier 'Studio Glass' en Suisse"
150 Jahren" Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 216, "Verre actualite. Prix: le flacon Trupheme [et]
July/Aug. 1985, pp. 46-48, ill. Coburg 85"
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1985,
pp. 1536-1537, ill. Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberg studio. L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 100,
July/Aug. 1985, p. 38, ill.
"Ncir visionen bliver virkelighed" "Preparations for the 2nd International Glass Awards to Veronique Monod, Frangois Paire.
Glas & Mennesker, v. 5, no. 10, Aug. 1984, Symposium"
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 3,1985, p. 29, ill. "Verre contemporain"
pp. 6-8, ill. Table et Cadeau, no. 255, Nov. 1984, p. 33, ill.
Forming a footed bowl designed by Per Liitken. "Prinzessin von Wales besuchte Exhibit at a Strasbourg gallery of 400 European
"National Art Glass '85" Royal Brierley Crystal" pieces.
del Mano Gallery & Studio Newsletter, Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1984,
pp. 1644-1645, ill. "Le Verre, dans tous ses etats"
v. 3, no. 4, July 1985, p. 1, ill. L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 94,
Summer exhibition of 51 U. S. glass artists. Engraved panel by S. Scott, commemorative
goblets, engraved Noah's Ark gift. Dec. 1984/Jan. 1985, pp. 4-5, ill.
"Neon Bubbles" Brief reviews of 1984 shows at Strasbourg
Ylem (Orinda, Cal.), v. 5, no. 3, June 1985, p. 5. "A Rainbow of Colored Crystal" and Paris.
Kennan Herrick, California neon artist. Collector Editions, v. 13, no. 2, Summer 1985,
pp. 26-27, ill. "Le Verre dans tous ses etats"
"Neon New York" Connaissance des Arts, no. 394, Dec. 1984,
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, "Readers' Glass Art" p. 116, ill.
p. 27, ill. American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1,1985, Large exhibit of work of European glass artists at
pp. 4-11, ill. Strasbourg gallery.
"Neon Sculpture Controversy in Tacoma"
Interior Design, v. 56, no. 5, May 1985, p. 70, ill. "Recent Exhibitions" "Verre d'art au Japon: un premier prix pour
Stephen Antonakos work, Tacoma Dome. Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985, p. 46, ill. Yan Zoritchak qui representait
Neal Drobnis, Dan Dailey, Linda MacNeil, I'Europe et la France"
"New Shows Opening at Heller Gallery" David Schwartz. Verre Actualites, no. 69, Oct. 1985, p. 52+, ill.
Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 13, no. 9, March 1, Award-winning Zoritchak piece in
1985, p. 11. "Renwick Featured Object"
National Museum of American Art Newsletter, "World Glass Now '85."
William Carlson, Joel Philip Myers.
Sept. 1985, p. 2, ill. "Verre et vin"
"New Work in New Work" Chihuly piece. Verre Actualites, no. 58, May 1984, p. 19, ill.
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 25, ill. European glass at Saint-Emilion exposition, result
"Rosenthal Studio-Hauser"
Linda Lichtman, Max Leser. of a search for new drinking vessel forms.
Die Schaulade, v. 59, no. 11, Nov. 1984,
"New Work in New Work: Robert Dane" p. 2045, ill. "Verrerie et cristallerie europeennes"
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, Paperweights by Swedish artists. Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 216,
p. 29, ill. July/Aug. 1985, pp. 30-46, ill.
"Saint Louis Crystal Prizewinners" Major French, German, Austrian, etc.
"New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass: American Craft, v. 45, no. 4, Aug./Sept.1985, p. 94. firms for production tableware.
An Occasion, The Philips Studio Glass Award' " Five U. S. students win design competition.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Feb. 1985, "I vetri di Venini in mostra negli Stati Uniti"
"Schott celebre son centenaire" Abitare, no. 229, Nov. 1984, p. 5, ill.
pp. 7-8. Verre Actualites, no. 64, March 1985, pp. 28-30, ill. English summary.
"News: Glassmakers Abroad" Schott Glaswerke, past and present. Venini glass at Heller Gallery, Spring 1984.
Crafts, no. 76, Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 9, ill. "Schulen: Berufsschiiler aus Hadamar
British glassmakers at Coburg Glass Prize and "Via dalle pazze mode"
zur Ausbildung in Frankreich" Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, p. 268, ill.
exhibition at Musee des Beaux-Arts, Rouen. Glas + Rahmen, no. 2,1985, p. 74, ill. English summary.
"News: Oiva Toikka in Japan" "The Scottish Crafts Collection" VeArt light, designed by Jeannot Cerruti.
Form-Function-Finland, no. 4, 1985, p. 58, ill. Craft Work, no. 10, Winter 1985, p. 4, ill.
Finnish glass designer wins competition. "Victor Trabucco's Glass Magic"
Dave Kaplan/Annica Sandstrom Paperweight News, v. 7, no. 2, July 1985,
" 'North Carolina Glass '84,' Graal and sandblasted bowl. pp. 6-8, ill.
eine Lobmeyr-Ausstellung" "Seminar; Ausstellungen" "Von Gral: 'Jade'-Objekte"
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no.3, March 1985, p.576, ill. Glas + Rahmen, no. 4,1985, p. 141. Die Schaulade, no. 10, Oct. 1984,
"Nouvelles pates" Symposium at Frauenau, and exhibits at pp. 1868-1869, ill.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 92,1984, Waldmuseum, Zwiesel and Glasmuseum, Livio Seguso and Hans Janssen collaborate on
pp. 28-29, ill. Frauenau. pieces produced at Gral-Kristallglas.
"Old Wine and New Glasses" "Sointu: Small Objects Pure in Line" "Vu aux salons: le verre"
Canada Today/d'aujourd'hui, v. 15, no. 7,1984, Interior Design, v. 56, no. 3, March 1985, p. 144, ill. Le Courrierdes Metiers d'Art, no. 41, March 1985,
p. 7, ill. Glass by Baldwin-Guggisberg of p. 9, ill.
Goblets by Robert Held. Nonfoux, Switzerland. French work seen in January shows.
"Vu: symboles, symboliques" ARONSON, CLAIRE BLACK, PATRICIA
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 98, May 1985, "Semi-Automatic Art Glass" "Growing Up: The Maturation of Crafts as Fine Art"
p. 6, ill. Arts Magazine (Minneapolis Institute of Arts), v. 8, Collectors Mart, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 33-36, ill.
Philippe and Christiane Andrieux in Paris show. no. 5, May 1985, pp. 24-26, ill. Kathleen Eggert, David White.
Minneapolis studio: Hodder, Jones, Koller,
"William Dexter"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 31, ill.
Schiller, Shea. BLASCHKE, SVEND
"Et skort orkester i eksportens tjeneste"
"Winners... in a Recent Crystal Design ASCHENBRENNER, MICHAEL Glas & Mennesker, no. 1, March 1980, p. 14, ill.
Competition Held by the Cristalleries de "Analysis: Personal Imagery" Tours of the Holmegaard glass orchestra.
Saint Louis" Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
Collector Editions, v. 13, no. 2, pp. 70-71, ill. BLEKEN, METTE
Summer 1985, p. 14. "Severin BrOrby: Med harmoni som mSl i glassets
"Michael Aschenbrenner"
"World Crafts Council: Bratislava Biennial" New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 29, ill. verden"
Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1985, Kunst + Antikviteter, no. 5/6,1985, pp. 16-17, ill.
p. 28, ill. AURICH, GISELA Interview with Hadelands glass designer.
European glass and ceramic competition held in "Peter Kerzdorfer: Von der Technik zur freien
Czechoslovakia, 1984. Gestaltung" BLENCH, BRIAN J. R.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1985, "Open Eye Gallery - Contemporary British Glass"
"The Wright Stuff" Craft Work, no. 10, Winter 1985, p. 30, ill.
Collector Editions, v. 13, no. 1, Spring 1985, p. 38, ill.
Review of summer exhibition in Edinburgh gallery.
pp. 19-20, ill.
Includes Russel Wright's glassware of 1951. AUSTIN, TEXAS. LAGUNA GLORIA
ART MUSEUM BOETHIUS, LENA
"Zaznamy J" Tradition + Innovation: Decorative Art by Castle, "Formrevy: Glasblasardebut"
Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 30-31, ill. Chihuly, Paley, Woodman Form, v. 81, no. 2/3 (632), 1985, p. 118, ill.
English summary. Austin, Tex.: the museum, 1985, [14] pp., ill. Plates, vase by Helena Gibson and Reino Bjork.
Summer 1984 exhibition in Prague, results of a
symposium held in Skrdlovice in 1983. BAKER, COZY BOISE, IDAHO. BOISE GALLERY OF
" Zeitgenossisches Glas in Europa'" Through the Kaleidoscope ART
Annapolis, Md.: Beechcliff Books, 1985, Contemporary Glass: A Decade Apart (Text by
Die Schaulade, v. 59, no. 11, Nov. 1984, p. 2042.
144 pp., ill. David Willard)
Exhibit in Strasbourg gallery.
Individuals and firms making kaleidoscopes today. Boise, Ida.: the gallery, 1984, [30] pp., ill.
"Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis 1985" 12 artists.
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 9, Sept. 1985, p. 1832. BALDWIN, PHILIP W.
" '2. Internationales Glassymposium' in Frauenau" "Reflections on the Baden Conference: BOLELLI, FRANCO
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 8, Aug. 1985, p. 1684, ill. Should There Be Production Studio Glass?' "Conversazione con Brian Eno: I'arte del cristallo"
July 27-9, '84" Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, pp. 244-248, ill.
"The 7th Triennial of Engraved Glass" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, English summary.
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 2, June 1985, Feb. 1985, p. [9]. Video performance artistuses various glass pieces
p. 83, ill. from Daum, Baccarat, Orrefors, Fontana Arte.
At Moravian Gallery, Brno. BARCELONA. CASA ELIZALDE
"The 1984 Education Supplement" Escultures de vidre de Egidio Constantini BONNET, JEAN-CLAUDE
Craft Australia, no. 1, Autumn 1985, pp. 58-88. Barcelona: Ajuntament de Barcelona, Districte de "Objekte von/Objects by Mattei Negreanu"
Student craft work, including glass sculpture, I'Eixample, 1984, 31 pp., ill. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, p. 204, ill.
jewelry, stained glass. Exhibit of sculptural work.
BOOKHARDT, D. ERIC
ADCOCK, CRAIG BARTLETT, KAREN TALLAKSEN " 'Large Glass Installations' at the Contemporary
"Perceptual Edges: The Psychology of "A Show of Hands" Arts Center, New Orleans"
James Turrell's Light and Space" Exhibit 129, Magazine of Art, July/Aug. 1985, Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
Arts Magazine, v. 59, no. 6, Feb. 1985, pp. 2-3, ill. pp. 104-107, ill.
pp. 124-128, ill. Hans Godo Frabel hand sculptures. Exhibit, 1984.
Constructions using optical devices.
"Why Marcel Duchamp's Old Hat Still Addresses
BERLIN. STAATLICHER KUNST- BOTTI MONTI, ADRIANA
the Situation to the Nines"
HANDEL DER DDR, STUDIO-GALERIE "Italiani a New York: belli, ricchi e famosi"
Marlies Ameling Glas (Text by Gisela Haase) Casa Vogue, no. 164, June 1985, pp. 240-247, ill.
Arts Magazine, v. 59, no. 7, March 1985, Berlin: the gallery, 1984, [14] pp., ill. "Biro" vases by Venini, "Nuvola" vases by
pp. 72-77, ill. Seguso, bowl and glasses by Carlo Moretti.
Duchamp's "Large Glass" and Laddie John Dill's
sand, glass, and neon work of 1971.
BERNSTEIN, ROSITA "Un soffio millenario"
"Ein Beispiel fur privates Mazenatentum in Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, pp. 249-257, ill.
ADLEROVA, ALENA Frankreich/An Example for Private Patronage in English summary.
France" Venetian glass: Moretti, Salviati, Barovier & Toso,
"In Erinnerung an Dalibor Tichy/ln Remembrance
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, etc.
of Dalibor Tichy"
pp. 176-178, ill.
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, p. 269, ill.
Perfume bottle entries in a competition organized
"Uzite um^nl po roce 1945: tendence a proudy" by Trupheme.
BOUTZ, DONOVAN
Umeni a Remesla, no. 2,1985, pp. 26-33, ill. "The Boutz Family Glassblowers in America"
"Felix Droese - Glasarbeiten/Glass Art" Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 72, ill.
English summary.
Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 20-23, ill.
Applied art after 1945, including glass by Liskova,
Roubicek, Libensky, Cigler, and others.
Sculpture and collages. BRANDFORD, JOANNE SEGAL
"Die Gruppe RIM, Theater und Glas/The Group "Empire State Crafts Alliance Fourth Annual
"ZaznamyJll: sklenene plastiky Livia Segusa" RIM, Theatre and Glass" Members' Meeting"
Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 84-85, ill. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985,
pp. 171-174, ill. pp. 31-32.
AHNOFF, LLSBET Raymond Martinez, Ingrid Maillot, Michel Mourlot: Held at Corning, N. Y.
"Textil och glas p& Rohsska" sculptors, stage designers, glassworkers.
Form, v. 80, no. 6-7 (629), 1984, p. 60, ill. BRANDFORD, JOANNE SEGAL and
Bowls by Eva Ullberg. "Sentimental Gardens von/by HARNER, SANDRA DICKEY
Federica Marangoni" "Exhibitions: Sacramento, Crocker Art Museum"
AKRON, OHIO. Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, p. 268, ill. Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, p. 44.
A K R O N A R T MU S E U M Lipofsky work.
Five Perspectives: Henry Halem, Patrick Kelly, BERNSTEIN, RUBY
Edward Mayer, John Pearson, Judith Salomon "An Automatic Move for David Lewin" BRAY, CHARLES
Akron, O.: the museum, 1983, 32 pp., ill. New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985,p. 14, ill. 'Meeting at Rouen"
Ohio artists [Halem, only, in glass]. "Molly Stone Speaks Her Own Design Language" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Feb. 1985,
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p.15, ill. pp. 8-9.
ALDRIDGE, PETER Recontre Internationale de Renouveau de Verre,
"Peter Aldridge" BILL KANE: SELECTED Sept. 1984.
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, PHOTOGRAPHY AND NEON WORKS
pp. 68-69, ill. 1983 (Text by Andrea Liss) B R E M E N . M O N I C A T R O J E N [GALLERY]
Dallas, Tex.: Foster Goldstrom, Inc., 1983, Junges Glas - International
AMERICAN GLASS NOW III 26 pp., ill. Bremen: Monica Trujen Antiquitaten Glas, 1984,
[s. I.: Takako Sano; Yamaha Corporation, 1981], [19] pp., ill.
68 pp., ill. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA. MUSEUM Exhibition of work of 25 artists.
In Japanese only. OF ART
Work of 55 artists in traveling exhibition. 400 Years of Belgian Art: A Series of Special BRNO.MORAVSKAGALERIEVBRN£
Exhibitions Sponsored by the 1978 Birmingham Jaroslav Svoboda, sklo
ANDERSON, NOLA Festival of Arts Brno: the gallery, together with Horacka Galerie v
"Ausglass '85" Birmingham, Ala.: the museum, 1978, [60] pp., ill. Novem Meste na Morave, 1985, 62 pp., ill.
Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1985, pp. 89-91, ill. Includes "Craftsmen of the Southeast" check list: English summary.
Sydney conference and exhibition. glass by Jack Brewer, Jon Kuhn, Michael Taylor. Selection of work 1970-1984.
7. Trienale rezaneho a ryteho skla "Exhibitions: Philadelphia" COHEN, EDIE LEE
Brno: the gallery, 1985, [54] pp., ill. Craft International, April/May/June 1985, p. 40. "Art Glass Lamps from the Pilchuck School"
Russian and English summaries. Henry Halem, Richard Marquis, Therman Statom. Interior Design, v. 56, no. 5, May 1985,
Current work of 46 Czech artists. pp. 284-285, ill.
"Exhibitions: Rochester, Dawson Gallery"
Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, Benjamin Moore and Walter White.
BROADHEAD, SARAH; TAYLOR,
FIONA; and others pp. 38-39. "Foreshortening the Perspective"
"Thoughts and Reports: BAG Conference 1984, Review of work of nine glass artists. Interior Design, v. 56, no. 3, March 1985,
Held at Sunderland Polytechnic" "Exhibitions: Seattle" pp. 282-285, ill.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Feb. 1985, Craft International, Oct./Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 45. Sculpture by Peter Yenawine and sandblasted
pp. [10-13]. Review of shows at Pilchuck and at three city panels by Cara Lee in San Francisco office
Reviews of the workshops. galleries. building.
"Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick: Partners in COLEMAN, ROBERT
BRODIE, DAVID a n d LEAH Glass"
"Orchid Paperweights of the Glass Artist "Handblown Art Glass"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, Creative Crafters Journal, no. 3, Fall 1985,
Paul Stankard"
pp. 8-9, ill. pp. 18-22, ill.
American Orchid Society Bulletin, v. 46, no. 11,
Nov. 1977, pp. 1021-1024, ill. "Phenomenon of Process Pictured" Author's work.
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985,
BROOKLYN, N. Y. THE BROOKLYN pp. 16-17, ill. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO.
MUSEUM Thomas Bang. FINE ARTS CENTER
Working in Brooklyn: Sculpture Photography II and Crafts/84
"The Pilchuck Experience" Colorado Springs, Col.: the art center, 1984,
Brooklyn, N. Y.: the museum, 1985, 32 pp., ill. Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1985,
Includes glass and metal objects by [16] pp., ill.
p. 35, ill. [Col. Springs Craft Biennial/84 and
Christopher Wilmarth.
"Reviews" Col. Photography II shown together.]
BUSTA, KAREL New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, Includes glass by Karbler, David, Nickerson.
"Innovation = Progress = Success" pp. 37-41, ill.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 6,1985, pp. 2-5, ill. Author reviews 1985 exhibitions across the [ s .L.] CONCORDIA ART GALLERY
country. Frangois Houde: Glass Work
BUYERS BOOK OF AMERICAN "Reviews: Exhibitions" (Text by Alan Pringle)
CRAFTS, 1985 New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, [s. I.: the gallery, 1985, 8 pp.]
New Paltz, N. Y.: American Craft Enterprises, pp. 40-46, ill. Canadian artist.
1985,119 pp., ill.
1984 shows by Pilchuck faculty, Chihuly, Shaffer &
Glass, pp. 73-79; Architectural installations,
Chung, and others; also Jan. 1985 "Glass COPENHAGEN. GLASVAERKSTEDET
pp. 11-14. Glasvaerkstedet: Anja Kjaer and Darryle Hinz
America" at Heller Gallery.
Copenhagen: Glasvaerkstedet, [1985?], 20 pp., ill.
CARPENTER,JAMES "Steuben's Clear Role in American Design: English summary.
'James Carpenter" An Interview with Paul Schulze" Introduction to the glass studio and a selection of
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, their glass.
p. 23, ill. pp. 20-22, ill.
COPIER, A. D.
CARTIGNY, GEORGETTE CHAMBERS, KAREN S. and ELLIOT, "Two Tracks in Glass: Sectio Divina and
"Exports Gain in French Crystal" KATE Autonomous Studies"
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 86, no. 9, "GAS Student Exhibition" Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
Sept. 1985, pp. 96-98+, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, pp. 58-61, ill.
New products from Daum, St. Louis, Baccarat, pp. 131-133, ill. The author's work.
Lalique. At Corning conference.
"Murano Glass Builds upon Design,
CHIKAN, BALINT GIULIANA
CORSINI, and ZlGHETTI,
Craftsmanship" ALESSANDRA
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 86, no. 1, "Kineteam: a Mobil muveszeti csoport kiallitasa" "Giochi elettrizzanti"
Jan. 1985, pp. 126-127, ill. Muveszet, v. 25, no. 12, 1984, pp. 56-57, ill. Casa Vogue, no. 160, Feb. 1985, pp. 162-165, ill.
Exhibit in Sopron, Hungary, includes sculpture by New lamps and lighting from Italian designers.
CASPER, GERRIE Bela Szatmari.
"Nature Reflected in Contemporary Glass"
CIBOT, ELISABETH CRAYFORD, MICHAEL
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, no. 8, "Events & Reviews:3rd National ArtGlass Biennial"
May/June/July/Aug. 1985, pp. 2-5, ill. "Harvey Littleton, pionnier du verre artisanal aux
Craft Arts, no. 3, June/Aug. 1985, p. 91, ill.
Summer exhibit of nine artists at the museum. Etats-Unis"
At Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery, Australia.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 15,
CHAMBERS, KAREN S. March/April 1984, pp. 33-35, ill.
CRISP, PETER
"Bertil Vallien & Ulrica Hydman-Vallien: Designs for "Olivier Juteau" "A Crisp Portfolio"
Art and Living" La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20, Craft Arts, no. 1, Oct./Dec. 1984, pp. 69-76, ill.
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 32-33, ill.
pp. 6-9, ill. DAILEY, DAN
"A Clear View" CLAMAGERAN-VAUDOUR, "Dan Dailey"
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, p. 2, ill. CATHERINE New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
Overview of studio glass design. "Optique sur le verre" p. 24, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20,
'Collection of Modern International Glass Art Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 27-29, ill. "Massachusetts College of Art"
Established" Preview of international glass exhibit, Musee des Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 130.
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 34. Beaux-Arts, Rouen. Glass program.
At Ebeltoft, Denmark.
'A Conversation with William Heesen" CLEGG, TESSA DARMSTADT.
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, "Report of 1984 BAG Conference" HESSISCHES LANDESMUSEUM
pp. 13-15, ill. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Glass from Australia and New Zealand
Feb. 1985, p. [5]. (Compiled and edited by Jenny Zimmer)
'DanaZamecnlkova: Artist and Magician" Sydney: Ken Lockwood, Craft Arts Pty., 1984,
At Sunderland Polytechnic, Sept. 1984.
Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1985, 88 pp., ill.
pp. 20-21, ill. Work of 45 artists.
[Also in CLIFTON, MARKand BOSSELET,
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, DENIS
"La Verrerie 1950 en Italie" DARZAC, NATHALIE
pp. 20-21, ill.] "Evenements: Verre contemporain en Europe a
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 22,
"The Difficulty of Simplicity" May/June 1985, pp. 14-17, ill. Strasbourg, du 1er au 31 decembre"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, Le Courrier des Metiers d'Art, no. 40,
pp. 26-27, ill. COBB-LEVISON, DONNA Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 4-5, ill.
Howard Ben Tre. "Glass at the Gardens 1984" Juried invitational exhibit of European artists.
"Exhibitions. London: Coleridge Gallery" Glass Artist's Fellowship, April 1985, p. 3.
Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1985, Juried show at the Denver, Col., Botanic Gardens. DAYTON, OHIO. THE DAYTON ART
pp. 45-46. INSTITUTE
1984 graduates of British art schools. COBURG.KUNSTSAMMLUNGEN The 1985 Ohio Selection
DER VESTE COBURG Dayton, O.: the institute, 1985, [36] pp., ill.
"Exhibitions: Los Angeles" Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis fur moderne Juried invitational. Includes glass by Jane Bruce,
Craft International, April/May/June 1985, p. 44. Glasgestaltung in Europa/ Second Coburg Glass Christopher Ries.
Elly Sherman, David Rible. Prize for Modern Studio Glass in Europe/
"Exhibitions: New Orleans" Deuxieme Prix de Cobourg de I'art du verre DE FOREST, ANN
Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, contemporain en Europe (Ed. by Joachim Kruse. "Crafts Integrating Design"
pp. 42-43. Text by Joachim Kruse, Minni Maedebach, ID (Industrial Design), v. 32, no.3, May/June1985,
Review of Robert Willson work at Tulane, Susanne Netzer) p. 68, ill.
Stephen Day and group shows at various galleries, Coburg: the museum, 1985, 432 pp., ill. Two exhibits at Philadelphia galleries, including
G.A.S. at Contemporary Arts Center. July-Oct. 1985 exhibition. work by Karla Trinkley and William Dexter.
DE VECCHI, LERNER DUBOFF, LEONARD B. FAWCETT, SHIRLEY a n d
"La Metamorphose du verre" "Home Studios Revisited" PEARMAN, HUGH
Vogue Decoration, no. 2, June 1985, p. 48, ill. Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985, pp. 38-41. "Out of the Shadows"
English summary. Tax deductions. Design, no. 439, July 1985, pp. 26-33, ill.
Glass furniture and vessels seen at Palazio della Survey of lamps and lighting.
Triennale, Milan. DUGRENIER, ROBERTand
NAPACK, SUSAN FERNLUND, SLEGRUN
DESIGN IN SWEDEN "Robert DuGrenier" "Formrevy: Grona Rummet"
Stockholm: The Swedish Institute in collaboration New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, Form, v. 81, no. 5 (634), 1985, p. 21, ill.
with Svensk Form/the Swedish Society of Crafts p. 25, ill. Signe Persson Melins vase.
and Design, 1985,142 pp., ill.
Glass and glass designers,organizations, schools. DUYKER, EDWARD FIELD, STEPHANIE OUTRIDGE
"Coming Home: Glass from Chris Comins" "Stephen Skillitzi"
DETROIT, MICHIGAN. DETROIT Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1985, pp. 70-71, ill. Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1985, p. 107.
ARTISTS MARKET Review of exhibit, Brisbane.
Michigan Glass 1982 EBERT, JOSEF
Detroit, Mich.: Detroit Artists Market, 1982, "Berufsbildung: Gemeinsam Schritt fur Schritt ans FISCHBEIN, JOHANNA
[13] pp., ill. Ziel" "Critical Eye: Graham Stone"
Second biennial exhibition. Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 4, April 1985, pp. 274-278, ill. Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1985, p. 105.
Michigan Glass 1984 Programs in glass painting, engraving, etc., Review of exhibit of Stone's work in Paddington,
Detroit, Mich.: Detroit Artists Market, 1984, at Glasfachschule, Rheinbach. Australia.
[13] pp., ill.
Third biennial exhibition. ECKENWALDER, SUSAN FRANTAL, ZDEN£K
"From the Hand, to the Spirit" "Lighting Fixtures with the zBS Mark"
DETROIT, MICHIGAN. THE DETROIT Ontario Craft, v. 10, no. 2, June 1985, p. 9, ill. Glass Review, \^40, no. 4,1985, pp. 21-27, ill.
INSTITUTE OF ARTS Daniel Crichton. Chandeliers by zeleznobrodske Sklo concern.
Design in America: The Cranbrook Vision
1925-1950 EDWARDS,STEPHEN DEE FRANTZ, JOHN PARRIS
New York, N. Y.: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1983, "Aqueous Abstractions in Glass" "Dateline: Chicago"
352 pp., ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Home Lighting & Accessories, v. 68, no. 6,
Harvey Littleton, pp. 232-233. p. 73, ill. June 1985, p. 154+, ill.
Author's work. Company duplicating Frank Lloyd Wright lamps
DIETSCH, DEBORAH designed between 1892 and 1920.
"Houston Power: Outside Inside" EHN, MARIT
Interiors, v. 144, no. 8, March 1985, "Barare av liv" FRAUENAU. GLASMUSEUM
pp. 158-161, ill. Form, v. 80, no. 8 (630), 1984, p. 55, ill. Erster Bayerwald Glas-Preis
Glass wall sculpture by DeWain Valentine. Ann Warff. (Text by Alfons Hannes)
Grafenau: Morsak-Verlag, 1984,132 pp., ill.
"Formrevy: Svenskt Glas i Paris"
DORTMUND. MUSEUM FUR KUNST Form, v. 81, no. 7 (636), 1985, p. 50, ill. Lampengeblasenes Glas: Geschichte,
UND KULTURGESCHICHTE DER Exhibition at Swedish Cultural Center. Technologie; Die Glasblaserei Schmid
STADT DORTMUND "Frusna drommar av glas" (Ed. by Lothar Nebl)
Lasiaika. Glas Zeit: Timo Sarpaneva, [s.l.:s.n„ 1985], 50 pp., ill.
Form, v. 80, no. 6-7 (629), 1984, p. 61, ill.
Suomi-Finland (Text by Timo Sarpaneva) Exhibition of old and new lampworked glass,
Gallery exhibit of glass by Asa Brandt.
Dortmund: commissioned by Dortmunder essays by several authors, work and illustrated
Museumsgesellschaft zur Pflege der Bildenden techniques of Wolfgang Schmid.
Kunst e. V. aus Anlaf3 der Auslandskulturtage mit EISCH, ERWIN
der Republik Finland for the museum, 1985, "Japanische Impressionen/lmpressions from 10 Jahre Glasmuseum Frauenau, 25 Jahre
85 pp., ill. Japan" Studioglas-BewegungH0th Anniversary of the
Exhibition, May/June 1985. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, Frauenau Glass Museum, 25 Years of $tudio
pp. 194-195, ill. Glass Movement
Glass conference in Tsumagoi, March 1985. Frauenau: the museum, 1985, 68 pp., ill.
DOUGLAS, DIANE Program for second international symposium,
" 'Americans in Glass'"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, ELSKUS, ALBINAS May 15-18, and exhibition, May 15-Aug. 11,1985.
pp. 98-103, ill. "Gatherings: A First for Japan"
Critique of the 1984 Leigh Yawkey Woodson New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 34, ill. FREIBURG. AUGUSTINERMUSEUM
exhibit. March 1985 conference at Tsumagoi. Karl Wiedmann: Glastechnik und Kunsthandwerk
(Catalog by Eva Schmitt, Maria Schuly)
DRDACKA, PAVLA ENDT, EVERT and Freiburg: the museum, 1985, 78 pp., ill.
"Atelierove sklo v Dansku" BIAGINI, JEAN
Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 18-23, ill. "International Research Center" FRENCH, CHRISTOPHER
English summary. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, " 'Glassworks'"
Glass studios in Denmark. p. 130. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
CIRVA, at Aix-en-Provence. pp. 113-116, ill.
"The Cut Glass of Frantisek Janak" 20 artists in 1984 exhibit,
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 8, 1985, pp. 16-20, ill. ENGDAHL, BRITTMARIE University of California at Davis.
" 'Czechoslovak Glass '84' Exhibitions" "Formrevy: Tom Moller"
Glass Review, v. 39, no. 12,1984, pp. 2-4, ill. Form, v. 81, no. 2-3 (632), 1985, p. 120, ill. GARDNER, PAULV.
Interviews with artists about the displays. Carafe and glasses by Moller for Lindshammar. "Creative Glass Center of America"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
"The Exhibition of Works from the ERFURT. GALERIE AM FISCHMARKT pp. 134-135, ill.
Glass Symposium" Schmuck und Glas Erfurt '84 (Ed. by Peter Moller)
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 6, 1985, p. 16. Erfurt: Druckerei Fortschritt, 1984, 91 pp., ill. GAYNOR, ELIZABETH
At Jablonec nad Nisou, July-Sept. 1985. Exhibition, outgrowth of two symposiums held in Finland, Living Design
"Original Works in the Sphere of Unique Glass" Lauscha in 1980 and 1983. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1984,
Glass Review, v. 39, no. 12,1984, pp. 17-36, ill. 250 pp., ill.
Contemporary section of "Czechoslovak Glass ERICSSON, ANNE-MARIE Includes Nuutajarvi, littala, Alvar Aalto, Tapio
'84." Arthur Percy: konstnar och formgivare Wirkkala, Timo Sarpaneva, etc.
Stockholm: Nordiska Museet, 1980,162 pp., ill.
DRDACKA, PAVLA andZAcKOvA, English summary. GEBRAUCHSGLAS-AUSDEM
AGATA Swedish artist and designer at GLASSTUDIO? EIN BERICHT OBER
"Medallions" Gullaskruf glassworks in 1950s. DAS 6. INTERNATIONALE SEMINAR
Glass Review, v. 39, no. 12,1984, pp. 37-42, ill. IM GLASSTUDIO BADEN
Biographies of 90 Czech glass artists. ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA. ERIE ART (Verantwortlich: Peter Rath, Lobmeyr)
MUSEUM Vienna: Lobmeyr, 1984, 36 pp., ill.
Du RUSQUEC, CLAIRE Sculptural Glass Invitational Report on the sixth international seminar entitled
"Nantes. Image/Objet" (Text by William Warmus) "Production Glass from the Studio?" held in
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20, [s. I.]: Erie Art Museum and the art galleries of Baden, July 1984.
Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 45. Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., 1985,16 pp.,
Group show in Nantes of French glassmakers. 15 postcards. GEHR, CHRISTA
15 artists of Pa., N. Y., Ohio. "Das Glasperlenspiel der Helga Oexle"
"Paris: Galerie d'Amon" Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 8, Aug. 1985, p. 662, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20,
Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 41, ill.
ERTEMAN, KATHY Hanging glass bead sculptures.
Autumn 1984 glass exhibits: pate de verre, "Kathy Erteman"
blown, etc. The Studio Potter, v. 13, no. 1, Dec. 1984, p. 25, ill. GELNAR, MICHAL
Potter combines porcelain with glass. "Zaznamy- Mlady mistr sklar"
"Le Verre contemporain en Europe" Umeni a Remesla, no. 3,1985, p. 57, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 21, FAILING, PATRICIA English summary.
March/April 1985, p. 45, ill. "James Turrell's New Light on the Universe" Petr Novotny, young glassmaker at Crystalex,
Review of Dec. 1984 exhibition in Strasbourg. ARTnews, v. 85, no. 4, April 1985, pp. 70-78, ill. Novy Bor.
GETLEIN, FRANK GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA. HIGGINS, MICHAEL
John Safer GREEN HILL CENTER FOR "Things We Have Made with Slumping and Fusing"
Washington, D. C.: Joseph J. Binns, 1982, NORTH CAROLINA ART Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
36 pp., ill. Ten Years - Ten Artists, 1974-1984 pp. 144-145, ill.
Traveling exhibition organized by the Cheekwood Greensboro, N.C.: the center, 1984, 52 pp., ill.
Fine Arts Center, Nashville, Tenn. Includes Harvey Littleton glass. HILL, ROSEMARY
"Design for Living: Looking on Glass"
GLRARD, SYLVIE GRENON, ARIANE Country Life, v. 177, no. 4581, June 6,1985,
"Catherine Zoritchak" "Le Verre... un materiau tout neuf" pp. 1560-1561, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 21, Le Courrier des Metiers d'Art, no. 45, Work of Annette Meech and Anna Dickenson.
March/April 1985, pp. 38-39, ill. July/Aug. 1985, p. 1, ill.
International glass exhibition at Rouen, especially "Double Act"
"Expositions, actualite, evenements: Cristal 85" Crafts, no. 75, July/Aug. 1985, pp. 16-21, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 23, the French contributions.
Bowls by Rachael Woodman and Neil Wilkin.
July/Aug. 1985, p. 42, ill.
Czech exhibition at Biot.
GRIFFITHS, HAYDN
"Young Makers" HILTON, ERIC
"Vu: reflexion sur la reflexion" Craft Work, no. 10, Winter 1985, pp. 8-9, ill. "Inner and Outer Space"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 98, May 1985, Fiona Shelton's neon sculptures. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
pp. 4-5, ill. pp. 76-79, ill.
Roger Narboni and Patrick Desserme in GROW, LAWRENCE, ed.
Paris show. The Catalogue of Contemporary Design. A Style HOBERT, KAREN
and Source Book of Interior Decoration from "Reviews: Neon"
GIRARD, SYLVIE and '30s Modern to Post-Modern New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, p. 44.
Du RUSQUEC, CLAIRE New York, N. Y.: Macmillan Publishing Co., Boston exhibit, 1984.
"Patrick Desserme: bombeur de verre" Collier Books, 1983, 255 pp., ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, Architectural glass, lighting. HOLLISTER, PAUL
no. 22, May/June 1985, pp. 36-39, ill. "Jay Musler's Painted Glass: The Face of Anger"
Slumped glass. GRONDIG, RITA Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 12-19, ill.
Brigitte Mahn-Diedering: Glas, MetalI, Holz,
GLANCY, MICHAEL "Klaus Moje"
Porzellan
"Michael Glancy" American Craft, v. 44, no. 6, Dec. 1984/Jan. 1985,
Halle: Druckhaus Freiheit, n. d. [1983?],
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, pp. 18-22, ill.
40 pp., ill.
pp. 74-75, ill. Bowls, flasks, tablewareby East German designer. "Reviews: Robert DuGrenier"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 38, ill.
GLASS ART SOCIETY 1985 HAMPSON, FERDINAND "USA Studio Glass before 1962/vor 1962"
RESOURCE CATALOG Insight: A Collector's Guide to Contemporary Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985,
(Comp. by Steven M. Maslach) American Glass pp. 232-240, ill.
[Corning, N. Y.l: Glass Art Society, 1985, "Four pioneers and true originals":
Huntington Woods, Mich.: Elliot Johnston
[22] pp., ill. Maurice Heaton, Frances and Michael Higgins,
Publishers, 1985, u. p., 18 chapters, ill.
Work of 104 artists, personal descriptions of their Edris Eckhardt.
GLASS NOW '83
[s.l.: Takako Sano; Yamaha, 1983], 32 pp., ill. creative processes.
HOLT, STEVEN
In Japanese. "The Depth of Surface"
Exhibition of 45 American and four European HARNED, RICHARD S. ID (Industrial Design), v. 32, no. 1, Jan./Feb.1985,
glass artists, sponsored by Nippon Gakki Co. "Richard S. Harned" pp. 34-39+ , ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Includes sculpture by Dorit Brand.
GLASS NOW '84 pp. 62-63, ill.
[s.l.: Takako Sano; Yamaha, 1984], 32 pp., ill. Neon and light constructions. HONOLULU, HAWAII.
In Japanese. HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS
Exhibition of 44 American and nine European HARPER, CARRIE DeWain Valentine 1985 (Text by Melinda Wortz)
artists, sponsored by Nippon Gakki Co. "Carrie Harper" Honolulu, Hawaii: the academy and the author,
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 31, ill. 1984,36 pp., ill.
GLASS NOW '85
[s. I.: Takako Sano; Yamaha 1985], 32 pp., ill. HARROD, TANYA HOPPER, SHARI MAXSON
In Japanese. "Exhibitions: Class of '84" "An Interview with Klaus Kugler"
Annual international exhibition, sponsored by Crafts, no. 72, Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 46, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
Nippon Gakki Co. London's Coleridge gallery show. pp. 152-153, ill.
Maker of colored glass rods.
GLEIZES, SERGE HARTMANN, ANTONIN
"Richard Meitner" "The Present Mission of Artistic Crafts in HORGEN-ZURICH.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 100, Czechoslovakia" HEIDI SCHNEIDER GALERIE -
July/Aug. 1985, p. 40, ill. Glass Review, v. 39, no. 10,1984, pp. 2-13, ill. Glas Kunstlerinnen Glas aus Europa
Architectural panels and three-dimensional work (Text by Rosemarie Lierke,
GLOWEN, RON from many Czech glassmaking centers. Isgard Moje-Wohlgemuth)
"Ceremonial Sculptures" "The 9th Symposium at &krdlovice" Horgen: thegallery; Lucerne:Glas-Galerie Luzern,
ARTweek, v. 16, no. 37, Nov. 9,1985, p. 3, ill. Glass Review, v. 39, no. 10, 1984, pp. 24-27, ill. 1985, folder of 48 leaves, ill.
Ann Gardner's spirit poles and masks. Work of 20 women artists.
"Clay/Glass Parleys" HARVIE, ASHLEY
American Craft, v. 45, no. 5, "Art Trek" HoftlN, I.
Oct./Nov. 1985, p. 96. Art & Antiques. Jan. 1985, p. 14+, ill. "Czechoslovak Chandeliers in Paris"
August seminar at Pilchuck. Artist Joe McShane's glass spheres become Glass Review, v. 40, no. 7,1985, p. 13, ill.
coated with metallic colors during space shuttle
GOEBEL, HELEN flight. HOUSSARD, FRANQOISE
"Creating Intrigue with Neon" "Signe + couleur, I'effet verre"
The Free China Journal, v. 11, no. 25, June 30, HAVLOVA, HANA L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 97, April 1985,
1985, p. 3, ill. "The Success of Czechoslovak Glassmakers in pp. 27-29, ill.
Exhibition in Taipei. Switzerland" Catherine Zoritchak.
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 1, March 1985,
GOODMAN,ROBERT M . pp. 24-25, ill. HOWARD, PETER WREN
"Reviews: Challenge Exhibition No. 2: May 1984 symposium in Hergiswil and work of "Preparation for Cameo Making, Part 2"
Mark Kobasz, Jo Spohn, Timothy Tracz" Rene Roubfcek, Milu&e Roublckova-Kytkova. The Glass Cone, no. 5, March 1985, p. 6.
New Art Examiner, v. 12, no. 7,
April 1985, p. 64. HAYOT, MONELLE HftivNA, JOSEF
Sand-cast glass sculpture by Kobasz. "Les dernieres tendances du Salon du Meuble de "New Products from Crystalex"
Milan" Glass Review, v. 40, no. 2,1985, pp. 2-9, ill.
GRAY, R. D. L'Oeil, no, 364, Nov. 1985, pp. 53-59, ill.
"National Meeting Studio Glass Seminar, New lamps and lighting. HUBERT, CHRISTIAN, ed.
Manchester University" "Art du verre, actualite internationale, 1985.
The Glass Cone, no. 7, Sept. 1985, p. 8. HELLER, DOUGLAS Verriers a Rouen"
Centered around "Americans in Glass" exhibition. " 'The New Glass Seen'" Metiers d'Art, no. 29, June 1985, pp. 3-85, ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Single issue oh the work and biographies of artists
GREENBERG, CLEMENT pp. 117-119, ill. appearing in Rouen Exposition Internationale,
"Glass as High Art" Six artists in 1984exhibit of large-scale sculptures, Musee des Beaux-Arts.
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 15. Oneonta, N.Y.
HUGHES, GRAHAM
GREENE, FREDA HlDA, TOYOZIRO "Alexander the Great"
"Notes from Europe" "An Impression about 'International Glassware Arts in Review (London), v. 37, no. 18, Sept. 13,
Home Lighting & Accessories, v. 68, no. 5, Show '85'" 1985, pp. 448-449, ill.
May 1985, p. 38, ill. Glass (Tokyo), no. 18, March 1985, pp. 24-26, ill. Sculptor makes world's largest hologram, to be
Visiting the Seguso firm, Murano. In Japanese. exhibited in Los Angeles gallery.
"International Glass" KAMPFER, FRITZ and KRISTALLGLASWERK HIRSCHBERG.
Arts in Review (London), v. 37, no. 9, May 10, BEYER,KLAUS G. PREISLISTE BLEIKRISTALL,
1985, pp. 229-230. Kunsthandwerk im Wandel KRISTALL, FARBGLAS
Review of exhibitions at Coleridge gallery. Berlin: Verlag der Nation, 1984, 280 pp., ill. Stadt Allendorf: Kristallglaswerk Hirschberg der
Work of 20 East German glassmakers, pp. 95-142. Veba-Glas AG, 1972,50 pp., ill.
HUNTER, SAM
Chryssa KARL-MARX-STADT. STAATLICHER Kftl£ , JANv
New York, N. Y.: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1974, KUNSTHANDEL DER DDR, "Vaclav Machac's Glass Sculptures"
76 pp., ill. GALERIE SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF Glass Review, v. 40, no. 2, 1985, pp. 16-18, ill.
Volkhard Precht (Text by Gisela Haase)
HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA. Karl-Marx-Stadt: the gallery, 1984, [14] pp., ill. KROGER, CATRIN
HUNTINGTON GALLERIES "Eine Frauen-Ausstellung:
Exhibition 280: Works Off Walls KAUFMANN, ALOIS Glas -Kunstlerinnen - Glas aus Europa"
Huntington, W.Va.: the galleries, 1985, "Hostienpokal aus Nachtmann Bleikristall fur Glas-lnformationsbulletin Schweiz, no. 2,1985,
[14] pp., ill. Papst Johannes Paul II" pp. 3-4, ill.
Includes work of nine glass artists. Nachtmann Glashuttenpost, no. 6, April 1985, Exhibition of women glass artists held in Lucerne
New American Glass: Focus West Virgina pp. 4-5, ill. and Horgen.
(Text by G. Eason Eige) Communion Pokal made by Nachtmann for
Huntington, W.Va.: the galleries, 1984,12 pp., ill. John Paul II. KRUSE, JOACHIM
Valerie Arber, William Carlson, "Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis fur moderne
Stephen Dee Edwards, Jay Musler. KAUFMANN, EDGAR, JR. Glasgestaltung in Europa"
"A True Artist: Finland's Tapio Wirkkala die Kunst, no. 9, Sept. 1985, pp. 710-712, ill.
HURST, BRENDA 1915-1985" English summary.
"Exhibitions: Los Angeles" Interior Design, v. 56, no. 8, Aug. 1985, Coburg Glass Prize exhibit.
Craft International, Oct./Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 44. pp. 196-201, ill.
Review of two gallery shows, "National Art Glass KULVIK, BARBRO
'85" and "Klaus Moje." KEEBLE, K. COREY "Iceland: The Environment an Inspiration"
"In Review: Robin Fineberg and Peter Keogh" Form-Function-Finland, no. 4,1984, pp. 46-55, ill.
"Exhibitions: Los Angeles, Ontario Craft, v. 10,no. 2, June 1985, pp. 18-19,ill. Glass by Leifur Breidfjord, Sigrun Einarsdottir,
Kurland/Summers Gallery" Toronto show. SgJren Larsen.
Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, p. 43.
Review of Susan Stinsmuehlen collages. KEHLMANN, ROBERT KUMLIN, EWA AXELSON
"An Interview with Clement Greenberg" "Formrevy: Svensk v&r i New York"
HUTH, URSULA Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
"Der Kongress kusst/Kissing Congress" Form, v. 81, no. 5 (634), 1985, p. 25, ill.
pp. 28-34, ill. Ann Wahlstrom glass at Gallery Nilsson.
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, pp. 200-201.
Second International Frauenau Symposium, KLEIN, ALAN
May 1985. KUSPIT, DONALD
"Glass as a Sculptural Medium" "Dan Graham: Prometheus Mediabound"
ICHENDORF. KOLLEKTION 1973 Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Artforum, v. 23, no. 9, May 1985, pp. 75-81, ill.
Quadrath-lchendorf/Bez Koln: p. 80, ill. Glass and mirror constructions.
Ichendorfer Glashutte, [1973], 66 pp., ill. "Pictographs of an Outsider"
Tableware catalog. KLEIN. DAN Art in America, v. 73, no. 2, Feb. 1985,
"Exhibitions: Born of Fire & Earth" pp. 116-127, ill.
ING6LFSSON, ADALSTEINN Crafts, no. 72, Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 50, ill. Neon constructions.
"Through a Glass Brightly: A Creative Couple 31 pieces from contemporary collection at
Breaks New Ground" Turner Museum, University of Sheffield. KUTA&, VlNCENC
Iceland Review, Jan. 1984, pp. 35-40, ill. "Graal - Taking Up the Challenge" "Contemporary Czechoslovak Household and
Sigrun O. Einarsdottir and Soren Larsen. Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, pp. 14-16, ill. Art Glass"
David Kaplan and Annica Sandstrom of For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3, Sept. 1984,
ISLES, GEOFFREY Lindean Mill Glass, Scotland. pp. 24-29, ill.
"Geoffrey Isles" "From the Hands of Moravian Glassmakers"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 30, ill. KLIVAR, MIROSLAV Glass Review, v. 40, no. 5, 1985, pp. 2-5, ill.
" 'Characteristic..., Typical
JANJIGIAN, ROBERT Vilem Vesely's Outstanding Glass" LANDON, BARBARA; MASLACH,
"A Fresh Force in Lighting from Italy - Matteo Thun Glass Review, v. 40, no. 3, 1985, pp. 26-28, ill. JULIA; SEDESTROM, CAROL;
and Collezione Stillight" and others
"The Contribution of the School of Glass-making at
Interiors, v. 145, no. 4, Nov. 1985, p. 38, ill. "Small Studio Panel: Marketing"
^elezny Brod to Art Culture"
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 6,1985, pp. 9-16, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
JAROSOVA,HELENA pp. 160-165.
"The Tele Experiment" "A Creator of the Modern Style of Pressed Glass"
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1,1985, pp. 10-15, ill. At Corning conference.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1, 1985, pp. 22-24, ill.
Exhibition of glass sculpture by Rudolf Jurnikl.
LANGHAMER, ANTONIN
30 Czech glass artists. "The Prague Exhibition of "From the Workshops of Master Glassmakers"
Livio Seguso's Glass Sculptures" Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1, 1985, p. 27, ill.
JAULIN, ALINE Glass Review, v. 40, no. 2,1985, p. 19, ill. Exhibit of traditionally styled contemporary
"Quartz-diffusion a Paris" Summer 1984. tableware by four Czech firms.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre,
"High Appreciation of the Work of Czechoslovak
no. 20,Jan./Feb. 1985, p. 44, ill. KLOPPMAN, LORRAINE Glass Artists"
Group show of French glassmakers. "Clear Perspectives"
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 4, 1985, pp. 27-28, ill.
Craft Arts, no. 3, June/Aug. 1985, pp. 53-55, ill.
JERVIS, SIMON Libensky and Brychtova receive Rakow Award.
Work of Czech-born Ivor Polak of Sydney.
"Echoes over Two Centuries: Two Newly Acquired "Ivo Rozsypal: Ten Years of Artistic Cooperation
"Early Roman Glass"
Italian Tables at the V & A" with Crystalex"
Craft Arts, no. 2, Jan./March 1985, pp. 33-36, ill.
Country Life, v. 177, no. 4581, June 6,1985, Glass Review, v. 40, no. 6,1985, pp. 22-27, ill.
Replicas of pieces in the Louvre and Museum of
p. 1586+ , ill. National Antiquities being made in Cologne today. "Jaroslav Brychta- In Memoriam"
1950 Carlo Mollino plywood and glass table. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 8,1985, pp. 13-15, ill.
KAIPAINEN, MARJA KO6ARKOVA, JAROSLAVA "Jozef Soukup, An Artist of All-round Interests"
"A Life Jubilee" Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1,1985, pp. 19-21, ill.
"Avocado Came to Town" Glass Review, v. 39, no. 11, 1984, pp. 19-22, ill.
Form-Function-Finland, no. 3,1985, pp. 19-21,ill. "The Return of Glass Artist Jan Novotny"
Vaclav Hanus.
Glass designer Jorma Vennola. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1,1985, pp. 16-18, ill.

KALABISOVA, ZDENKA KONTNIK, LEWIS T.


"International Holography Exhibition" LARSEN, SQ REN S. and
"An Interesting Confrontation" New Art Examiner, v. 13, no. 2, EINARSDOTTIR, SIGRUN O.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 2,1985, pp. 20-25, ill. "Nordic Glass '85 - Iceland"
Oct. 1985, pp. 57-58.
Meeting and exhibition of work of four former Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985,
Review of Lake Forest, III. show.
students of Libensky's: Grebenfckova, Zoricak, pp. 196-198, ill.
Valkema, Handl. KOPLOS, JANET Conference of 40 Nordic artists.
"Simplicity, Purity, Beauty... Prince Sigvard "Art with Glass"
Bernadotte's Crystal Collection" Horizon, v. 28, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 9-16, ill. LATHRUP VILLAGE, MICHIGAN.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 4,1985, pp. 18-19, ill. 11 studio glass artists. HABATAT GALLERIES
Line of Swedish-designed Bohemian glass. Evolution, Resolution
KRAUS, RAINER Lathrup Village, Mich.: the galleries, 1984,
KAMM,GEORGE "Volkhard Precht, Individuality und [14] pp., ill.
"Artist Sketch: Gordon Smith" Traditionsbewusstsein/lndividualism and Respect Dexter, Hodder, Huss, Morris, Seide, Trinkley.
The Paperweight Gaffer, v. 10, no. 1, for Tradition" Howard Ben Tre (Text by John Perreault)
April 1985, p. 1. Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, Lathrup Village, Mich.: the galleries, 1985,
New Jersey paperweight artist. pp. 255-257, ill. 25 pp., ill.
Images Past& Future: Jon Kuhn, Robert Hurlstone MAGGI, LAURA MILBURN, JEFFREY
Lathrup Village, Mich.: the galleries, 1984, "Se ne parla: a Londra, sei giovani artisti del vetro" "Janice Tubbesing"
[10] pp., ill. Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 136, Jan. 1985, p. 191, ill. New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
English summary. p. 27, ill.
LAYTON,PETER Work of five artists at "The Glasshouse," London.
"British Studio Glass" MILLER, BONNIE J.
"Se ne parla: architettura, vetri, tappeti" "Working at The Pratt'"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 171. Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, pp. 220-221, ill. New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
English summary. pp. 31-32, ill.
L A Y T O N , P E T E R and Four exhibits: Carder show, Corning; Glassmaking at Seattle's Pratt Fine Arts Center.
MCCLURE, LIZ series at Glass Museum, Murano; Simon Moore
"Japan 1985:1st International Glass Conference" work for Venini; Muranese glass at Parma. MOJE, KLAUS
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, June 1985, "International Glass Education"
pp. [9-16], MARIK-TASNADI, KLARA Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
"Magyar uvegek kulfoldi muzeumokban" pp. 127-129, ill.
LEVIN, ROBERT Muveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 27-29, ill. Author's student and teaching experiences.
"Perrier au Gratin - Life in the Fast Lane in Hungarian glassware in museums.
Burnsville, N. C." MOODY, FRED
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, MAR&IKOVA, JAROMIRA "Glass: Northwest Artists Shatter the Image"
pp. 81-83, ill. "Contemporary Bohemian Glass in Architecture" Pacific Magazine (Insert in The Seattle Times),
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3, Sept. 1985, Aug. 18,1985, pp. 6-11 -h, ill.
LEVINE, MELINDA pp. 24-27, ill. Pilchuck and studio glass artists of the Northwest,
"BASAG" especially Chihuly, Blomdahl, Moore.
"Jaroslava Brychtova - in Honour of Her Birthday"
American Craft, v. 45, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1985, For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3, Sept. 1984, MORRISS, SHIRLEY
pp. 10-17, ill. pp. 10-13, ill. "Fineberg - Glass Sculptor"
22 artists of Bay Area Studio Art Glass. Canadian Collector, v. 20, no. 2, March 1985,
"Novy Bor Is Universal"
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 2, June 1985, p. 92, ill.
LEWIN, DAVID pp. 54-63, ill. Exhibition at Brampton, Ont.
"New Work in New Work: David Lewin"
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, MORTON, RHONDA L.
p. 32, ill. MASLACH, STEVEN "USArts: Strategies for the Eighties: Corning"
"Territorial Exclusives: What's in It for Me?" Horizon, v. 28, no. 9, Nov. 1985, pp. 25-31, ill.
The Craft Report, v. 11, no. 113, May 1985, p. 1+. Alex Brand and Ann Dee Greenberg studio.
LIEGE.RAMA DA ART GALLERY Contracts with galleries.
Perspectives des arts decoratifs liegeois/
Perspectives in Liegeois Decorative Arts:
MULCAHY, KATHLEEN
Yvan Guilmot, Louis Leloup, Alain Lovenberg
MATHEWS, SUE "The Fear of Angels: Small Fires"
"Annual Students' Show [and] Glass Art Society Journal1984-1985, pp. 84-85, ill.
Liege: Ramada Hotel, 1985, [60] pp., ill.
Creative Glass Work"
Craft Arts, no. 3, June/Aug. 1985, pp. 95-96, ill. MZYKOVA, MARIE
LINKER, KATE British glass artist Brendan Mooney. "From the Work of Young Glassmakers"
"Reviews: Bruce Nauman" Glass Review, v. 40, no. 7,1985, pp. 22-24, ill.
Artforum, v. 23, no. 5, Jan. 1985, pp. 86-87. MATOUS JAN Recent Libensky school graduates:
Sculptures with neon. "Bohemian Chandelier Trimmings" Jaroslav Rona, Tatana Vojtekova, Zdenek
Glass Review, v. 39, no. 11,1984, pp. 2-6, ill. Lhotsky.
Liu, ROBERT K. "Pavel Trnka's Glass Objects"
"Svatopluk Kasaly: Czechoslovakian Glass Artist" MAVILLA, MARYLEE Glass Review, v. 40, no. 3,1985, pp. 23-25, ill.
Ornament, v. 8, no. 4, May 1985, pp. 16-21, ill. "An Afternoon with Paul Joseph Stankard"
Jewelry and body ornaments. The Gatherer (Wheaton Village), v. 8, no. 3, NACHMAN, ROGER
Sept. 1985, pp. 4-5, ill. "The Games Series: New Work from
LOCKWOOD, KEN Warren Langley"
"Events & Reviews: Ausglass '85" MAY, MARY Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1985, pp. 18-23, ill.
Craft Arts, no. 2, Jan./March 1985, p. 99, ill. "Hans' Stand" NAGY, ZOLTAN
Fourth National Conference of Australian The Artist's Magazine, v. 2, no. 9, Sept. 1985, "Fuvoprobak"
Association of Glass Artists, Sydney. n. p., ill. Milveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 36-41, ill.
Hans Godo Frabel hand sculptures. Glass by Marton Horvath.
LOEFFLER, ROBERT
"Contemporary Hungarian Art in Glass" MCKENZIE, KEN NAVARRA, DOUGLAS
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, " 'Our Glass Studio': Denis and Rhonda O'Connor" "An Opinion"
pp. 120-123, ill. Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1985, pp. 48-50, ill. New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, p. 4.
Glassmakers in Wagga Wagga. Evaluating glass shows.
LONIER, TERRI "Reviews: Jon Clark"
"Linda MacNeil - Artistic Innovation in Glass/ MEHUN-SUR-YEVRE. New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
Kunstlerische Innovation in Glas" LES GRANDS MOULINS p. 43, ill.
Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1985, pp. 60-65, ill. Le Vitrail et le verre Oct./Nov. 1984 show.
Mehun-sur-Yevre: Centre Regional des Metiers
Loo, BERT VAN d'Art, 1985, [72] pp., ill. NELSON,STEPHEN R.
"Glass-Art" "Stephen R. Nelson"
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, MEISEL, ALAN R. New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 30, ill.
Feb. 1985, pp. [13-14], "Exhibitions: San Francisco, Dorothy Weiss
Gallery" NETZER, SYLVIA
Author discusses his work. "Neon, an Electric Memoir"
Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, p. 45.
Hank Murta Adams. Craft International, Oct./Nov./Dec. 1985,
Los ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. pp. 38-39.
KURLAND/SUMMERS GALLERY MEITNER, RICHARD Review of a documentary film on neon.
Colin Reid
"Gerrit Rietvald Academy"
Los Angeles, Cal.: the gallery, 1984, [16] pp., ill. NEW GLASS REVIEW 6
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 124, ill.
British artist uses wax casting technique. Corning, N. Y.: The Corning Museum of Glass,
Glass program, Amsterdam.
1985, 57 pp., ill.
LOVE, NANCY MERIAUX, LOUIS [Now added to Neues Glas, no. 2,1985.]
"A Touch of Glass" "L'Ete du verre a Sars-Poteries"
Art & Auction, v. 8, no. 6, Dec. 1985, p. 42+, ill. NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 98, May 1985, YALE UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
Seattle as center of studio glass activity. p. 24, ill. The Folding Image: Screens by Western Artists
Mini-symposium in July 1985. of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
LYNGAARD, FINN (Text by Michael Komanecky and Virginia Fabbri
Moderne International Glaskunst Ebeltoft MERRILL, NANCY O. Butera)
[s.l.]: Finn Lyngaard/Christensen & Djervad, "New Accession: A Venini Glass Handkerchief New Haven, Conn.: the gallery, 1984, 312 pp., ill.
1984, [12] pp., ill. Vase" Stained glass, etched, etc. screens in styles from
Lyngaard's new project of a collection of The Chrysler Museum Bulletin, v. 15, no. 9, Art Nouveau to contemporary. Includes work by
international glass art in Denmark. Sept. 1985, p. [6], ill. Patsy Norvell.
MACHATA, OLGA MIAMI, FLORIDA. NEW YORK, NEW YORK.
"Ceramics + Glass + Photography" BACARDI ART GALLERY THE COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1,1985, p. 26, ill. Sculpture in Glass by Harvey K. Littleton The Modern Spirit-Glass from Finland (Text by
Prague exhibit includes work of Dalibor Tichy. Miami, Fla.: the gallery, 1985, [7] pp., ill. Marketta Kahma)
[Riihimaki]: Suomen Lasimuseo, 1985,
MACK, JAMES MICHELSON, MAUREEN 47 pp., ill.
"Pacific Glass, New Zealand" "Bottle Village: Divine Disorder" Exhibition organized by the Finnish
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1984, pp. 49-55, ill. Glass Magazine, v. 10, no. 1, Jan./March 1983, Glass Museum, the Museum of Applied Arts, and
63-piece exhibition tours New Zealand. pp. 30-40, ill. the Finnish Society of Arts & Crafts.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK. L'ORSA, VlGDIS Louis Leloup: createur verrier a audience
HIRSCHL & ADLER MODERN "Kosta - Sveriges eldste glassverk" Internationale /Glaskunstenaar met internationale
Christopher Wilmarth: Layers. Works from Glassposten, no. 4,1984, pp. 18-19, ill. faam/Crystal Glass Designer of International
1961-1984 (Text by Dore Ashton) Kosta Boda pieces. Renown
New York, N. Y.: the gallery, 1984, 47 pp., ill. "Pci leting etter noe som ikke er skapt" Liege: Ramada Hotel, 1985, [17] pp., ill.
Kunst + Antikviteter, no. 3, 1984, pp. 16-17, ill.
NEYLON,JOHN Willy Johansson retrospective exhibit, Oslo. THE PHILIPS STUDIO GLASS AWARD
'Vicki Torr: The Lure of Glass" 1984
Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1985, pp. 30-33, ill. OSTERBERG, REGINA [Auckland, N.Z.]: New Zealand Society of
Fused pieces by Australian artist. "Likt sapbubblor" Artists inGlass Inc. andPhilips Electrical Industries
Form, v. 81, no. 7 (636), 1985, p. 53, ill. of New Zealand Ltd., 1984, [14] pp., ill.
NICKL, PETER Gunnar Cyren. Exhibition and sale.
"Kunsthandwerk aus Ungarn: Tendenzen '85"
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1985, PALLASMAA, JUHANI THE PHILIPS STUDIO GLASS AWARD
pp. 40-42, ill. "The Arduous Art of Simplicity" 1985
Hungarian glass by Bohus, Lugossy, Buczko. Form-Function-Finland, no. 3,1985, pp. 10-15, ill. Auckland, N.Z.: New Zealand Society of Artists in
Tapio Wirkkala. Glass Inc. and Philips Electrical Industries of
NICOLA, GCJNTER New Zealand Ltd., 1985, 23 pp., ill.
"Junge Europaische Glasgestalter/ PANENKOVA, DUISIA
Young European Glass Artists" "Pressed Glass from Jablonec Glassworks" PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA.
Neues Glas, no. 2, 1985, pp. 73-74, ill. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 5,1985, pp. 24-26, ill. MUSEUMOFART, CARNEGIE INSTITUTE
At International Handicrafts Fair in Munich. Carnegie International 1982
PARIS. CENTRE CULTUREL Pittsburgh, Pa.: the museum, 1982,
"Kunsthandwerk auf der IHM" SUEDOIS [162] pp., ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 3, May/June 1985, Un art du feu: la verrerie contemporaine en Suede Includes three glass and steel works by
pp. 134-143, ill. Paris: the center, 1985, 63 pp., ill. Christopher Wilmarth.
Glass by Jiri Nekovar, van Ginneke, Major Swedish glass artists and their work.
Barbara Bauer, Simon Moore, Bogaartz. PLOCEK, MIROSLAV
"Nicht nur gute Form- Leistungswettbewerb der
PARIS. GALERIE D. M. SARVER "Beautiful Bohemian Glass"
A. M. Begou For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 1, March 1985,
Handwerksjugend"
[Paris: the gallery], 1985,10 pp., ill. pp. 61-63, ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1984,
p. 354, ill. Meitner (Text by Yvonne Brunhammer) "Bohemian Crystal"
Student pieces. Paris: the gallery; For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3, Sept. 1985,
Frankfort: SM Galerie Edith Gottschalk, 1985, pp. 18-21, ill.
"Willi Pistor und Schuler/and Students: [16] pp., ill. English summary.
Glasfachschule Hadamar"
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 262-264,ill. PODZEMNA, ALENA
PARIS. GALERIE DES "Karel Volf"
"2. Coburger Glaspreis: Die europaische CHEVAU-LEGERS Glass Review, v. 40, no. 8,1985, pp. 10-13, ill.
Oberraschung/The European Surprise" 1950-1960. Tableaux, sculptures, ceramiques, Lighting glass designer at Valasske Mezin6i.
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, verreries, luminaires, elements de mobilier,
pp. 179-187+ , ill. mobilier, tapisseries, tapis [sale catalog] POHL, J.
Versailles: Perrin-Royere-Lajeunesse, 1985,
"2. Coburger Glaspreis -Ein Vorbericht" "Bohemian Glass Display in Japan"
30 pp., ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 4, July/Aug. 1985, For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1985, p. 82.
Barvier, Leerdam, Sarpaneva, etc.
pp. 236-237, ill.
PARKMAN, ELMERINA POIRIER, MAURICE
"Meet Washington's Friar Jerry Hovanec" "Christopher Wilmarth: The Medium Is Light"
NIEUWEGEIN, THE NETHERLANDS. ARTnews, v. 84, no. 10, Dec. 1985, pp. 68-75, ill.
Z W O L S C HE A L G E M E E N E N.V. Gatherings, v. 6, no. 3, Oct. 1982, p. 5.
Architectonische- en geometrische
glassculpturen PARKMAN, PAUL PRAGUE, GALERIE
Nieuwegein: Zwolsche Algemeene, 1984, "Concluding Remarks" CESKOSLOVENSKY SPISOVATEL
[55] pp., ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Bohumil Bias: Obrazy sklo
Optical glass sculptures by 23 European artists. pp. 166-167, ill. (Text by Miroslav Klivar)
At Corning conference. Prague: Svaz Ceskych Vylvamych Umelcu, 1985,
[8] pp., ill.
NOVAKOVA, MILADA PARRY, ELSA B. Exhibition of Czech artist's paintings and
"K tradici, soucasnosti a perspektivam ceskeho glass sculptures.
lisovaneho skla" "Dale Chihuly: Teamwork and Spontaneity"
Bulletin Moravske Galerie v Brne, no. 37, 1984, American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1,1985,
pp. 66-67, ill. pp. 42-59, ill. PROCTER, STEPHEN
"Colin Reid-Variations"
Exhibition of contemporary pressed glass.
PEARSON, KATHERINE Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 24-28, ill.
American Crafts: A Sourcebook for the Home
NOYY BOR. NARODNI PODNIK New York, N. Y.: Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 1983, RADIMAKOVA, EMILIA
UMELECKE SKLO 239 pp., ill. "The International Arts and Crafts Exhibition in
Umelecke sklo: teska sklarska tradice a vysledky Bratislava"
cinnosti Narodniho Podniku Umelecke Sklo "Glass Art," pp. 113-123.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 7, 1985, pp. 14-21, ill.
(Text by Karel Hettes) Work of many Czech glass designers.
Novy Bor: Narodnf Podnik Umelecke Sklo; PEILL-GLASER. KATALOG 73/74
Prague: Umeleckoprumyslove Muzeum, 1952, Duren: Peill & Putzler Glashuttenwerke,
31 pp., ill. [1973, 60] pp., ill. English summary. RAKOW, LEONARD and JULIETTE K.
Tableware catalog for 1973-1974. "Something New in Paperweights - Diatreta and
Czech tableware, mosaics, stained glass,
Insculpture"
1949-1952.
PEISER, MARK Annual Bulletin of the Paperweight Collectors'
"Mark Peiser" Association, 1984, pp. 14-19, ill.
NOVY BOR. SKLARSKE MUZEUM V Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Barry Sautner's cameo weights made by
NOVEM BORU pp. 86-87, ill. sandblasting.
Jiri Suhajek: sklo - kresby. Vyber sklarske tvorby
1974-1984 PERRY, PAMELA REBER, ALOIS
Novy Bor: the museum (branch of Muzea Skla a "Exhibitions: Boston. David Bernstein Gallery" "Das Mitarbeiterportrat: Max Marik aus Riedlhutte"
Bizuterie v Jablonci nad Nisou), 1985, Craft International, April/May/June 1985, Nachtmann Glashuttenpost, no. 6, April 1985,
[27] pp., ill. pp. 42-43. pp. 6-7, ill.
Vystava vysledku: 1. mezinarodnlho sympozia v Review of student work from Glassmaker at Riedlhutte.
Novem Boru 1982 The Mass. College of Art.
Olomouc: Vytiskly Moravske tiskarske zavody, "Exhibitions: Boston, David Bernstein Gallery" REISER, BEVERLY
[1983], 1 p. folder, ill. Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, p. 40, ill. "Upward Profiles"
Exhibition results for the 1982 Novy Bor Review of Flora Mace/Joey Kirkpatrick, Marsha Ylem (Orinda, Cal.), v. 5, no. 4, Aug. 1985, p. 8, ill.
symposium. and Kurt Runstadler, Linda MacNeil work. Author's neon and sandblasted mirror
construction.
OFFENBACH. STADTMUSEUM PETRI, GUNILLA
Funfziger Jahre (Text by Rene Reichard and "Formrevy: Exotiskt juvelglas" REYKJAVIK, ICELAND.
Christina Schroeter) Form, v. 81, no. 1 (631), 1985, p. 50, ill. KJARVALSSTADIR
Offenbach: the museum, 1984, 81 pp., ill. Ulrica Hydman-Vallien. Crafts U.S.A. (Text by Marian O'Brien and
Glass of the 1950s, especially Scandinavian and Pamela Brement)
Italian, pp. 18-41. PHILIPPE, JOSEPH Reykjavik: the museum, 1983, 128 pp., ill.
Louis Leloup, createur verrier a audience Work of 12 glass artists in 1983 exhibit.
Internationale
ORREFORS GALLERY 1984-1985 [ s . I.: s. n. Louis Leloup?, 1985], RICHARDS, TIMOTHY
Orrefors, Sweden: Orrefors Glasbruk, 1985, extracted from catalog "Perspectives des arts "Performing Objects: Technology without Purpose"
133 pp., ill. decoratifs liegeois," Leonardo, v. 17, no. 4,1984, pp. 237-240, ill.
Biographies and work of 13 artists. Liege: Ramada Hotel, 1985, [18] pp., ill. Light displays and other projects.
RICHARDSON, MARGARET Craft exhibition in Paris and in Mainz; glass by Large-scale sculptures of concrete, cement, glass,
"Douglas Navarra's Glass Precisionism" Molnar, Wallstab, Moje, Moje-Wohlgemuth. and metal.
New York, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985,
pp. 18-19, ill. ROUEN. MUSEE DES BEAUX-ARTS SCHL0TER, MOGENS
"Exhibitions: New York Experimetal Glass Art du verre: Actualite internationale "Gamle danske Glas"
Workshop" Rouen: the museum, 1985, [23] pp., ill. Glas & Mennesker, no. 1, March 1980, p. 15, ill.
Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1985, p. 39. International exposition, June-Sept. 1985, Books about Danish glass.
Neon sculptures by Pedro de Campos organized by the museum and Association
"Renouveau du Verre en Haute-Normandie." Jubilaeumsskrift Musikforeningen URANIA
Rosado and Negro. gennem 100 cir
"New York Experimental Glass Workshop RUFFNER, GINNY MARTIN [Naestved: Musikforeningen URANIA;
Exhibition: 'In the Beginning' " "Ginny Martin Ruffner" Holmegaards Glasvaerk, 1984], 24 pp., ill.
Craft International, April/May/June 1985, p. 38. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, p. 93, ill. Musical performing groups at Holmegaard
Three artists who founded NYEGW: Glassworks, including glass band.
Janna Longarce, Joe Upham, Richard Yelle. RUSSELL, J. M. "40 &rs dansk glas"
"Reviews: 'Artists from the New York Experimental "A Touch of Glass" Glas & Mennesker, v. 3, no. 6, Sept. 1982,
Glass Workshop'" Scots Magazine, Dec. 1984, pp. 304-306, ill. pp. 6-9, ill.
New York, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, Anita Pate's sandblasted bowls. Per Lutken, Holmegaard designer.
pp. 40-41.
Summer 1984 exhibit. RYNNIMERI, VAL SCHCJTZ, RENE
"Memphis in Toronto" "Americans in Glass: First Overview in a European
"Reviews: Pedro de Campos Rosado and Negro" ID (Industrial Design), v. 32, no.1, Jan./Feb.1985,
New York, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, p. 44. Museum"
p. 82, ill. Kultur Chronik, no. 6,1984, p. 52, ill.
Neon show, NYEGW, 1984. Includes champagne flute by Matteo Thun. Woodson exhibit at Dusseldorf Art Museum.
RICKE, HELMUT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
"Erster Bayerwald Glas-Preis" SCOTTISH GLASS SOCIETY
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 2, March/April 1985, FULLER GOLDEEN and 6TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION AT
pp. 79-83, ill.
JIM BERGGRUEN GALLERIES CAITHNESS GLASS, PERTH
Celebration of Bay Area Art:
Frauenau competition. [s. I.]: the society, 1985, [8] pp.
KQED Special Art Auction
Erster Bayerwald Glas-Preis/First 'Bayerwald' List of exhibitors.
San Francisco, Cal.: KQED Special Art Auction
Glass Competition" Committee, 1985, 68 pp., ill.
Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, Includes glass by Nat Dean, Peter Gutkin, SEEBOHM, CAROLINE
pp. 33-37+, ill. Marvin Lipofsky. "Hatched in Fire: The Making of a Masterpiece"
Connoisseur, v. 215, no. 886, Nov. 1985,
"Nochmals: Bayerwald Glaspreis an Franz Xaver pp. 120-123, ill.
Hoeller/Again: Bavarian Forest Glass Prize to SASAKI CRYSTAL 1985 CALENDAR:
ART GLASS COLLECTION Steuben "Swan Bowl" designed by Peter Aldridge
Franz Xaver Hoeller" and Jane Osborn-Smith.
Neues Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 93-94, ill. [s. I.]: Sasaki Glass Co., Ltd., [1984],
6 leaves, ill.
RIGNAULT, GERARD Work exhibited at "Glass '84 in Japan" by SEIDEL, MIRIAM
"Un lever de rideau" Japan Glass Artcrafts Association. "Light (Art) in August"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 93, Nov. 1984, New Art Examiner, v. 13, no. 2, Oct. 1985,
pp. 28-29, ill. SAVE, COLETTE pp. 65-66.
World Crafts Council biennial show at Bratislava. "De jour, comme de nuit" Review of group show, Philadelphia, that included
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, work by Lee Roy Champagne, Janet Biggs,
RIIHIMAKI,SUOMEN LASIMUSEO no. 95, Feb./March 1985, pp. 14-15, ill. Dan Flavin.
Lasia: Saksan Demokraattisesta Tasavallasta - Nimes show of luminous objects by
Historiaa ja Nykyaikaa / Glas aus der Deutschen Mylaine Irlinger. SEKORA, ONDI^EJ J.
Demokratischen Republik - Geschichte und "Evropske umelecke remeslo v Bratislave"
"Exposition internationale:
Gegenwart Umeni a Remesla, no. 2, 1985, pp. 38-42, ill.
(Text by Angela Grzesiak and Fritz Kampfer) le verre s'installe a Rouen"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 100, English summary.
[Riihimaki: the museum; Leipzig: Grassimuseum, Yan Zoritchak, Ann Warff, Daryle Hinz at Bratislava
July/Aug. 1985, pp. 38-39, ill.
1984], 63 pp., ill. International Craft Exhibition, 1984.
Exhibit of glass from the DDR, past and present. "Forum Zurich"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 94, "Jubileum Pavla Hlavy"
1984 Veistoksia Lasissa: Glas-Galerie Luzern- Dec. 1984/Jan. 1985, pp. 28-31, ill. Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 24-26, ill.
Glasi Hergiswil - Suomen Lasimuseo J.-D. Fleury, Yan and Catherine Zoritchak. English summary.
Riihimaki: the museum, 1985, 47 pp., ill.
Exhibition of glass sculptures by 22 European "Un groupe anglais bien rythme" "Lesk (a bjda?) ceskeho skla"
artists. L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 96, March 1985, Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 10-11.
pp. 28-29, ill. English summary.
RINALDI, PAOLO Work of London's Glasshouse. Review of the state of Czech artistic glass in/1984.
"Elementi luminosi" "Le Musee dans ses meubles" "Zaznamy II: sklo v Tel6i"
Casa Vogue, no. 161, March 1985, p. 179, ill. Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 43-46, ill.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 100,
Neon by Maurizio Nannucci. July/Aug. 1985, pp. 24-29, ill. English summary.
Interview with Yvonne Brunhammer describing the Review of 1984 exhibition at Tel6 Castle.
RlPKA, LADISLAV
"International Exhibition of Arts and Crafts Held in Musee des Arts Decoratifs; includes glass by
Bratislava" Castiglioni, Lugossy, Colucci. SELIGMAN, RUTH
Craft International, July/Aug./Sept. 1985, p. 31. "Les Salons de Janvier" "Allen David, Glass Sculptor and Painter"
Glass awards given at exhibit heldin Autumn1984. L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, Glass Magazine, v. 10, no. 1, Jan./March 1983,
no. 95, Feb./March 1985, pp. 4-9, ill. pp. 20-29, ill.
ROBBINS, CHRISTINE Exhibits of transparent furniture and glass by
' 'And You May Ask Yourself - Well... How Did I Get Jean-Louis Raymond. SELMAN, LAWRENCE H.
Here?" "Paul Stankard's Spirits under the Earth"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, SAVE, COLETTE and Paperweight News, v. 7, no. 3, Oct. 1985,
pp. 90-92, ill. GIRARD, SYLVIE pp. 11-12+ , ill.
"Vu: Souffler n'est pas jouer; oser la porcelaine et Stankard's new "environmental" weights.
RODGER, ROBIN le verre; 'lumieres, je pense a vous"
"Review of 6th Annual Exhibition" L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 99, June 1985, SHAEFFER, BARBARA
Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, pp. 4-5, ill. "Erickson Glass 1943-1961"
no. 18, June 1985, pp. 8-11. Review of three exhibits in Paris: Glass Review (Ohio), v. 15, no. 1, Jan. 1985,
Scottish Glass Society show and sale held at Juteau and Merloz, Van Lith, and a lighting show. p. 31, ill.
Caithness, May 1985. Bremen, Ohio, glassmaker.
ROMANO, C. SAVE, COLETTE and
"Cristallo d'arte a Milano"
UMBDENSTOCK, JEAN-PIERRE SHANAHAN, PATRICK
Casa Stile, no. 134, Oct. 1984, pp. 22-23, ill. "Le Visiteur etranger..." ' 'Cut & Blow: Six Glassmakers in Their Workshops"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 95, Crafts, no. 72, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 24-27, ill.
Czech exhibition.
Feb./March 1985, pp. 16-19, ill. Simon Moore, Deborah Fladgate, Tessa Clegg,
"Crystalex Novy Bor" Umbdenstock recounts his visits to Corning, Stephen Proctor, Arlon Bayliss,
Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 136, Jan. 1985, New York City, California. Tatiana Best-Devereux.
pp. 112-114, ill.
SCHAEFER, CLAUDE "On Your Marks"
"Sklo '84 Praga: il nuovo design" Crafts, no. 76, Sept./Oct. 1985, pp. 16-19, ill.
Casa Stile, no. 134, Oct. 1984, pp. 34-35, ill. "Frangois Vigorie"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, New glass by craft graduates.
Glass by Libensky, Harcuba, Hlava, Rybak,
Drobnik. no. 20, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 30-31, ill.
Sandblasted sculptures and vessels. SHAPIRO, L. D. andothers
ROTER, BERND "K 125-letiju stekol'nogo zavoda 'KrasnyT MaT'"
"Material und Form" SCHANTZ, KARL Steklo i Keramika, no. 4,1985, pp. 4-8, ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 4, July/Aug. 1985, "In Review: Peter Zips" Toward the 125th anniversary of the
pp. 234-235, ill. Ontario Craft, v. 9, no. 4, Dec. 1984, pp. 25-26, ill. Krasnyi Mai glassworks.
SHAW, PHILLIDA SPAULDING, RICHARD SOSSMUTH. GLAS-VERNISSAGE
"Glass Information Service" "The Glass Eye Sees Ahead" Immenhausen: Siissmuth-Glas und Kunstedition,
Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, 1984,139 pp., ill.
no. 17, Jan. 1985, item 3. pp. 10-12, ill. Catalog of tableware, lamps, vases.
Newly established British glass referral service, Interview with Rob Adamson and Charles Parriott
London. of the Seattle studio. SCJVA, VLADIMIR
"The 'First Lady' of Czech Glass-making"
SlLBERMAN, ROBERT SPECTOR, NANCY For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 2, June 1985,
"Decorative Arts. 'Americans in Glass': "Finnish Craftsmanship" pp. 20-25, ill.
A Requiem?" ID (IndustrialDesign), v. 32, no. 3, May/June 1985, Ludvika Smrckova.
Art in America, v. 73, no. 3, March 1985, p. 66, ill.
pp. 47-53, ill. Tapio Wirkkala. SVQBODA, JAROSLAV
Triennial show touring Europe. "The Skrdlovice Glassworks"
SPIELMANN, HEINZ Glass Review, v. 39, no. 10,1984, pp. 14-23, ill.
SIMPSON, RICHARD V. "Erwerbungen fur die Moderne Abteilung im Jahre
"Perthshire Paperweights, Ltd."
1983" SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA. CRAFTS
Hobbies, v. 89, no. 11, Jan. 1985, pp. 34-35, ill.
Jahrbuch des Museums fur Kunst und Gewerbe COUNCIL CENTRE GALLERY
Hamburg, v. 3,1984, pp. 255, 260-262, ill. Art Works Glass: An Exhibition about Glass, and
SlISIANSKA, JANA the Meaning of Materials
"Brusic" 11 studio glass acquisitions.
[Sydney]: Crafts Council of New South Wales,
Umeni a Remesla, no. 3, 1985, pp. 50-51, ill. 1985,21 pp., ill.
English summary. ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. 16 artists.
Glasscutter Jan Stohanzl. THE GREENBERG GALLERY
Diego Giacometti (Text by John Armbruster and SZVERLE, MARIA
SINDELAR, DU§AN Willy Rotzler) "Egyedi uvegek gyaron belul"
Estetika sklarske tvorby St. Louis, Mo.: the Greenberg Gallery; Muveszet, no. 3, March 1985, p. 51, ill.
Prague: Statni Pedagogicke Nakladatelstvl, 1974, New York, N. Y.: Marisa Del Re Gallery, 1985, Two pieces by Finnish artist Oiva Toikka.
121 pp., ill. 52 pp., ill.
Glass from various Czech designers and factories, Exhibit includes glass tables. TALABA, MARK
1960s to 1974. "Profile: Sydney Cash"
STAEBLER, WENDY Glass Magazine, v. 10, no. 1, Jan./March 1983,
SINKOVITS, PETER "Tunnel of Light" pp. 15-19, ill.
"Azuveg nyelven szolva" Interiors, v. 144, no. 9, April 1985, pp. 130-131, ill.
MUveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 30-35, ill. Architectural design and Swedish glass displays TERRIS, COLIN
Interview with Zoltan Bohus. in Nilsson Gallery, Soho. "Paperweight - or Art Form?"
"Ovegterek" Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, pp. 20-21, ill.
Muveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 22-26, ill. STARA, EVA Author's work at Caithness.
Lugossy, Bohus, and others. "Jozef Soukup jubilujicl"
Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 6-7, ill. THORNE, PAMELA
SlNZ, DAGMAR "Glass Artists' Gallery"
"Glas unter europaischer Flagge" STENSMAN, MAILIS Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1984, p. 97, ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1984, "Formrevy: Bertil Vallien - Glaspris i Coburg" Maureen Cahill and others establish gallery in
pp. 334-335, ill. Form, v. 81, no. 7 (636), 1985, p. 50. Paddington, Sydney.
"Contemporary Glass in Europe" show at "Formrevy: Centrifugerat"
Galerie Paskine de Gignoux, Strasbourg. TOKYO. THE GLASS GALLERY
Form, v. 81, no. 5 (634), 1985, p. 29, ill. KUDAN
"Kaleidoskop - Eindrucke von der franzosischen Lars Hellsten. First Japan Pate de verre Competition, Organized
Glasszene/Kaleidoscope - Impressions of the "Formrevy: Glasbilder" by The Glass Loving Peoples Association
French Glass Scene" Form, v. 81, no. 5 (634), 1985, p. 22, ill. (Text by Tsuneo Yoshimizu)
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, Ann Warff piece. Kawasaki: the association and
pp. 166-170, ill. The Tokyo Glass Art Institute, 1984, 32 pp., ill.
"Paris: Wiedereroffnung Musee des STOCKHOLM. NATIONALMUSEUM
Arts Decoratifs" Frya fria: Svenskt studioglas TORONTO, ONTARIO.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 4, July/Aug. 1985, Stockholm: the museum, 1984, 20 pp., ill. THE ART GALLERY
pp. 222-223, ill. 1984 exhibition: Asa Brandt, Ulla Forsell, Anders AT HARBOURFRONT
Wing&rd, Ann Warff. Celebration '84: A Sense of Occasion
SKALICKY, ALEXANDR Toronto: Ontario Crafts Council, 1984, 32 pp., ill.
Svenskt Glas '83: Prisbelont Design Traveling craft exhibition with glass by
"Dflo Very Liskove"
Umenia Remesla, no. 1,1985, pp. 27-29, ill. Stockholm: the museum, 1984, 30 pp., ill. Martha Henry, Daniel Crichton, Ruth Thiessen.
English summary. Catalog of the exhibit.
Works of Vera Li^kova. Swedish Glass: Awarded Design TORONTO, ONTARIO.
Stockholm: The National Swedish Industrial Board KOFFLER GALLERY
SKARLANTOVA, JANA and in collaboration with the Swedish Glassworks, Unique Glass from Finland. By the Finnish
LESAY, JOZEF [1984], 73 pp., ill. Society of Crafts and Design
"The Best Product of 1984" (Text by Marketta Kahma)
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 7,1985, pp. 2-12, ill. STRASBOURG. GALERIE PASKINE [s.l.]: the society, 1984, [17] pp., ill.
Czech tableware, vases, bottles, etc. DE GIGNOUX In French and English.
Verre contemporain en Europe
SLAVIN, MAEVE Strasbourg: Edition N. P. Engel, 1984, Toso, MADINA
"The New Design Hits Texas" [16] pp., ill. "Investigation: Is the Island of Glass Finished?"
Interiors, v. 144, no. 7, Feb. 1985, pp. 102-107, ill. Work of 50 artists. Scottish Glass Newsletter, no. 16, Nov. 1984,
Memphis products in a Dallas showroom. pp. 4, 5. [Originally published in Gazzettino
STRAUS, CEES (Venice), May 24-25, 1984.]
SLIVKA, ROSE, ed. Crisis in production and marketing of Muranoglass.
The Crafts of the Modern World "Glass Evokes Emotions - The Art of Richard
New York, N. Y.: Horizon Press in collaboration Meitner/Glas weckt Emotionen - Kunst von
Richard Meitner" TUCKER,JOHN G.
with the World Crafts Council, 1968, 224 pp., ill. "Light & Design: Energetic Art"
Includes glass and stained glass from Neues Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 82-87, ill.
Interior Design, v. 55, no. 11, Nov. 1984,
Scandinavia, Italy, Czechoslovakia, pp. 260-261, ill.
the Netherlands, U.S.A. STUTTGART. DESIGN CENTER DES Neon by Philip Hazard, Lois Dorfman,
LANDESGEWERBEAMT Rocky Pinciotti, Richard Harned.
SMELTZER, NANCY BADEN-WORTTEMBERG
"Capuchin Friar, a Former Potter, Now Helps Deutsche Auswahl 1984. Ausstellung gut UPHAM,JOE
Support His Monastery by Selling His Glass" gestalteter Industrieprodukte "A Conversation with Paul Seide"
The Crafts Report, v. 11, no. 119, Dec. 1985, (Ed. by Helga Baumann, Wolfgang Berger) New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985,
p. 15, ill. Stuttgart: Landesgewerbeamt pp. 22-24, ill.
Baden-Wurttemberg, 1984, 479 pp., ill.
SMITS, KATHY German "selection of well-made commercial U. S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT.
"Behold: Stuart Abelman" products": tableware, vases, drinking sets from THE "2400" COLLECTION
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, various German firms, pp. 173-196. [New York, N. Y.: U.S. News and World Report,
no. 10, Nov./Dec./Jan. 1985-1986, p. 2, ill. 1984, 24 pp.], ill.
"Shop News: Paul Stankard" SUDA, KRISTlAN Corporate collection includes glass by William
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, "Das Glasobjekt- Raum der Zeichnung/The Glass Morris, Dale Chihuly, Ira Sapir.
no. 9, Sept./Oct. 1985, p. [5], ill. Object-The Space of Drawings"
Biography of the paperweight maker. Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985,pp. 258-261,ill. U. S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT.
Work of Jaromir Rybak. THE "2400" COLLECTION:
SNAJDR, IVAN ARTISTS CURRICULA VITAE
"Modern Drinking Glass" SULC, OTA [New York, N.Y.: U.S. News and World Report],
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 5,1985, pp. 6-8, ill. "Moser, Glass of High Quality" May 1984, [12] pp.
Sets from Crystalex, Novy Bor. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 1,1985, pp. 2-6, ill. Morris, Chihuly, Sapir.
VAN CLINE, MARY WATSTEIN, ESTHER YOSHIMITZU, TSUNEN
"Mary Van Cline" "The Fused Glass of Bruce Laughlin" "Tokyo Glass Art Institute"
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p.29, ill. GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 11,1985, pp. 26-27, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
pp. 125-126, ill.
VARGA, VERA WATTS, DAVID
"Regi finn uveggyartas- mai finn livegmuveszet" "Rakows Honoured by Corning Library" ZABEL, M0RRA
Mhveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 47-50, ill. Glass Circle News, no. 30, Dec. 1984, p. 5. "Monica Guggisberg/Philip Baldwin:
Wirkkala and other Finnish glass. "The World Moser Club of Giant Goblets" Zwischen Design und Raumgestaltung/Between
Glass Circle News, no. 30, Dec. 1984, p. 6. Design and Interior Decoration"
VARSTAIR, ANDREW Drinking glasses in the shape of human forms Neues Glas, no. 4,Oct./Dec. 1985,pp. 246-250,ill.
"Good and Bad News from the Exhibition" designed by Metelak, 1956.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, ZAGREB. MUZEJA ZA
June 1985, pp. [25-26], WECHSLER, MAX UMJETNOST I OBRT
Glass show in Natal, South Africa. "Reviews: Mario Merz" Raoul Goldoni: Staklo, bronca, crtezi/Glas,
Artforum, v. 24, no. 1, Sept. 1985, pp. 134-135, ill. Bronze, Zeichnungen
Zagreb: the museum, 1984, [58] pp., ill.
VENICE. MUSEOD'ARTEMODERNA Clay and glass constructions, Zurich.
Circulating exhibition, includes glass tableware
DICA PESARO and sculptures.
Robert Willson WEISS, DICK
Venice: the museum, 1984, [18] pp., ill. "Review: Pilchuck Glass Show,
ZlEK, BHAKTI and
Exhibition catalog of Willson's work made in Traver-Sutton Gallery"
Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985,
GOODWIN, MARK
Murano. "Kingdom of the Gods and Goddesses"
pp. 27-30, ill.
Robert Willson: A Story in Glass American Craft, v. 45, no. 6. Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986,
Venice: Edizioni in Castello, 1984, 201 pp., ill. pp. 32-37, ill.
Exhibition of 42 sculptures made in Alfredo Barbini
WERSIN, WOLFGANG VON and
Folk sculpture in Chandigarh, India,
glass furnace, Murano.
MAUDER,BRUNO garden includes thousands of glass bangles.
Bruno Mauder: Glaserzeugung und
Glasveredelung ZlGHETTI, ALESSANDRA
VERCELLONI, ISA Berlin: Ulrich Riemerschmidt Verlag,
"Nel castello di Rivoli" "Trasparenze da tavola"
[n.d.], 23 pp., ill.
Casa Vogue, no. 161, March1985, pp. 160-167, ill. Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, pp. 260-261, ill.
English summary. English summary.
WICHITA, KANSAS. Table glasses by Paolina Alamanni and Michael
Table and firescreen by Mario Merz. WICHITA ART MUSEUM Bang for Holmegaard.
Bruce Moore: A Retrospective (Text by Howard
VILADAS, PILAR DaLee Spencer) ZIMMER, JENNY
"Art for Whose Sake?" Wichita, Kans.: the museum and the Wichita Art "The First Overseas Travelling Exhibition of
Progressive Architecture, no. 4, April 1985, Association, 1984, 40 pp., ill. Australian Glass: Darmstadt 1984, Romont 1985,
p. 29, ill. Designs on glass for Steuben, 1960s. Chartres 1986"
Neon sculpture by Stephen Antonakos, Tacoma, Craft Arts, no. 2, Jan./March 1985, pp. 52-56 + , ill.
Wash. WlCKMAN, KERSTIN
"Formrevy: Glas" "Glass"
"A Sense of Proportion" Craft Australia Yearbook 1984
Progressive Architecture, no. 4, April 1985, Form, v. 80, no. 8 (630), 1984, p. 53, ill.
Paula Barton. (Ed. by Ken Lockwood), pp. 47-75, ill.
p. 103, ill. Both hot and flat glass by many Australian artists.
Dan Flavin fluorescent light sculpture in a studio. "Formrevy: Grattis-"
Form, v. 81, no. 1 (631), 1985, p. 51, ill. "Overseas Studio Glass"
Drinking glasses by Jorgen Pudeck. Craft Arts, no. 1, Oct./Dec. 1984, pp. 23-28, ill.
VlZNER, FRANTI^EK
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Latest trends in British and European studio glass.
pp. 94-95, ill. WIIKEN, CAROL
"Botanicals within Glass" ZORITCHAK, YAN and
Hobbies (now Antiques & Collecting Hobbies), DESAIX, CLAUDE
WAGGA WAGGA, AUSTRALIA. "La Fete du verre a Coburg"
CITY ART GALLERY v. 90, no. 2, April 1985, pp. 22-24, ill.
Paul Stankard. L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 101, Sept. 1985,
3rd National Glass Biennial pp. 9-11, ill.
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales: the gallery,
1985, 20 pp., ill. WILSON, LYNDAL
"Warren Langley, Glass from Australia" ZYNSKY, MARY ANN "TOOTS"
Neues Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 75-78, ill. "African Dream - Madagascar"
WALGRAVE, JAN Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
"Edward Leibowitz' Glass Studio in Antwerp" pp. 96-97, ill.
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, p. 286, ill.
WILSON, THOMAS
"Glass Art-To a High Degree of Finish"
Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, pp. 17-19, ill. THE 1985 DIRECTORY OF SCOTTISH
WALLSTAB, KURT Scottish artist Alison McConachie. CRAFTS PRODUCTS
"Congratulations: A. Schaedel 80 Jahre" Edinburgh: Scottish Development Agency, 1985,
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, 96 pp., ill.
WINTER-IRVING, CELIA Glass, engraved glass, stained glass, pp. 38-43.
pp. 202-203, ill. "Cybernetic Sculpture"
Craft Arts, no. 1, Oct./Dec. 1984, pp. 48-50, ill.
WALTON, CURTIS D. Kinetic sculptures using optical fibers.
"Cristal Lalique: A French Tradition"
American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1,1985, WORKS OF CRAFT FROM THE
pp. 12-17, ill. MASSEY FOUNDATION COLLECTION
(Text by Stephen Inglis, Sandy Gibb)
WARMUS, WILLIAM [Ottawa?]: Balmur Book Publishing in
"The Art of Libensky and Brychtova [in] cooperation with National Museum of Man,
New Glass Review 6, 1985, pp. 30-42, ill. National Museums of Canada, 1984, 142 pp., ill.
Glass by Crichton, Schantz, Thiessen, Henry, and
"The Art of Libensky and Brychtova" others, pp. 55-67.
Neues Glas, no. 2, 1985, pp. 132-144, ill.
"Glass: Fad or Future of Sculpture?" WORTZ, MELINDA
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, "Los Angeles: Lynda Benglis"
pp. 6-7+, ill. ARTnews, v. 84, no. 6, Summer 1985, p. 101, ill.
Cast glass sculptures.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY WROCLAW. MUSEUM NARODOWE
The Czechoslovakian Series by Marvin Lipofsky Julia Kotarbihska 1895-1979;
(Serie Crystalex Hantich, Novy Bor, Rudolf Krzywiec 1895-1982
Czechoslovakia) (Catalog by Maria Jezewska)
Washington, D. C.: the gallery, 1985, 8 pp., ill. Wroclaw: the museum, 1984, 79 pp., ill.
Glass by Kotarbihska, 1947-1948, pp. 50-51.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
WASHINGTON SQUARE BUILDING WULFF, PETER
Translucid Sculpture "American Glassmaker Fights Back"
Washington, D. C.: The Public Art Trust, 1985, Home Lighting & Accessories, v. 67, no. 12,
[31] pp., ill. Dec. 1984, pp. 98-99 + , ill.
39 artists. Hand operations at the Beaumont Co. of
Morgantown, W. Va.
WATKINSON, PATRICIA GRIEVE "Fighting Back Includes More Than Just a
" A Decade Apart': A Curatorial View" New Furnace for This Hand-Glass Plant"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, American Glass Industry, v. 105, no. 7, Jan. 1985,
pp. 108-112, ill. pp. 7-8+ , ill.
1984 exhibition at Boise Gallery of Art. Beaumont Co., Morgantown, W. Va.
F L A T G L A S S (after 1945), including Architectural, Mosaic, Painted, and Stained Glass
F L A C H G L A S (nach 1945), einschlieBlich architekturbezogenes Glas, Mosaikglas, Glasmalerei und Stained Glass
ANONYMOUS "Etched Glass Panels Highlight Convention "Of Interest to Pros"
"Airey Neave Memorial" Center" The Edge, irregular series: v. 5, no. 1, Jan. 1985 -
The Antique Collector, v. 56, no. 8, Aug. 1985, Glass Digest, v. 64, no. 8, Aug. 15,1985, v. 5, no. 10, Oct. 1985.
p. 25, ill. pp. 131-132, ill. News of workshops, seminars, etc.
Lancet windows in Essex church by 32 panelsby M. Ferguson in Glacier National Park. "Photography Assists Glass Engravers"
Penelope Neave. "Farbglas-Fenster fur die Pauluskirche Glass (U.K.), v. 62, no. 11, Nov. 1985,
"Album: Ned Smith" in Hannover" p. 431, ill.
Arts Magazine, v. 59, no. 8, April 1985, Glas + Rahmen, no. 15, Aug. 1984, Sandblasting method to reproduce antique
pp. 48-49, ill. p. 758+, ill. woodcuts and engravings.
Stone and glass mosaics on wood. Church windows by Wolfgang Rather. "Portfolio: John David Forsgren"
"Arie Lynn, AIA" "Die Fensterwand von Ludwig Schaffrath" American Craft, v. 45, no. 1, Feb./March 1985,
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985, Kunst in Hessen und am Mittelrhein 23 + 24, p. 36, ill.
pp. 242-243, ill. 1984, pp. 32-33, ill. Wall of leaded glass panels in Richmond,
Synagogue windows in Nashville, Includes commentary by Schaffrath on his work. Va. bank building.
Tenn.
"Folio: Nativities of Frederick Cole" "Portfolio: Paul Housberg"
"BSMGP Symposium, 11th May" Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985, American Craft, v. 45, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1985,
Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the pp. 345-349, ill. p. 41, ill.
British Society of Master Glass-Painters),
Autumn 1985, "Forseglat i glas" "Presence d'un illustre graveur tcheque au Japon"
pp. 8-11, ill. Form, v.81,no. 5(634), 1985, Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 216,
Review of the 18 participating artists' slide p. 48, ill. English summary. July/Aug. 1985, p. 49, ill.
presentations. Laminated, mirrored panels in airport by Czech engraver Bohuslav Horacek in Japan.
Birgitta Ahlin and Sirkka Lehtonen. "Se ne parla: figure sotto cristallo"
"Commissions"
American Craft, v. 45, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1985, "Glaskunst: Kompositionen aus gebiindelten Casa Vogue, no. 163, May 1985, p. 227, ill.
pp. 70-71, ill. Glasstreifen" Painted glass figures by Dady Orsi.
Church panels by Roal Enix and freestanding Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 7, July 1985, p. 612, ill. "Simboli e segni da parete"
leaded glass cube defining a conference room Panels by Heide-Astrid Betz-Schlierer in Rouen Casa Stile, no. 155, Sept. 1984, pp. 372-374, ill.
by Maya Radoczy. exhibition. English summary.
"Commissions" "Glasmalerei" Tiles of Venetian murrhine glass.
American Craft, v. 45, no. 5, Oct./Nov. 1985, Kunst in Hessen und am Mittelrhein 23 + 24, "Solar-Architektur"
pp. 72-73, ill. 1984, pp. 122-145, ill. Glas + Rahmen, no. 20,1984, pp. 1042-1062, ill.
Windows by Arthur Stern, Anita Bracalente/ Contemporary Germanartists; AmericansBunnell,
Kehlmann, and Marioni. "Stained Glass Screen for the City of Cardiff"
Jerry Sinks. Glass Technology, v. 26, no. 3, June 1985,
"Commissions" "Glass Architecture" pp. 123-124, ill.
Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, Monthly Bulletin for the Glass Industry Designed by von Stockhausen as gift from
p. 6, ill. (Cerglas Ltd.), no. 588, March 1985, p. 1. Stuttgart to Cardiff.
Stained glass window by Susan Bradbury and Brief article on daring designs and unexpected
problems. "Window on the World: Visionary's Windows"
engraved bowl by Alison Kinnaird. The Illustrated London News, v. 273, no. 7042,
"Commissions: Richard Posner" "Glass Art Hawaii '85" May 1985, p. 17, ill.
American Craft, v. 45, no. 6, Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986, Facets (Stained Glass Association of Hawaii), Laurence Whistler engraved windows for a church
p. 69, ill. June/July 1985, p. 1. in Dorset.
Glass mural and cast glass block walls, Review of spring exhibition.
Veteran's Hospital lobby, Seattle. "Glass Information Centre" ACERBI, ADELAIDE
"Commissions: Virginia Hoffman" Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, "Era una scuderia"
American Craft, v. 45, no. 1, Feb./March 1985, no. 18, June 1985, p. 4. Casa Vogue, no. 164, June 1985, pp. 152-157, ill.
p. 75, ill. British organization for information, contacts, Studio home with glass columns lit inside with
Sandblasted screen for private home. sources on all aspects of glass, especially pink neon.
architectural glass.
"Company Histories" AN AMERICAN ART FORM:
The Edge, v. 5, no. 6, June 1985, pp. 9-10+. "The Glazed Look"
CraftNews, v. 10, no. 5, July 1985, p. 1, ill. GLASSMAKING AND ENGRAVING
Descriptions of 50 companies currently making Elmira, N.Y.: Chemung Canal Trust Co.,
and/or selling stained glass and stained glass Four panels by Ontario high school students.
[1985], [10] pp., ill.
supplies. "Hand-Crafted Glass Panels" Series of 26 engraved panels on Corning
"Coup d'oeil sur le vitrail" Glass (U.K.), v. 62, no. 3, March 1985, glassmaking made for bank building.
Verres Actualites, no. 62, Dec. 1984, p. 114, ill.
pp. 4-10, ill. Six engraved panels by John Eley. ANDERSON, NOLA
"Hetley-Hartley Wood Competition" "Architectural Glass: The Peeling Studio"
"Craftwork Portfolio" Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1984, pp. 27-32, ill.
Craft Work, no. 9, Autumn 1985, Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn 1985, Sydney artists Peter and Leigh Campbell.
pp. 24-25, ill.
"Glashaus" in Glasgow. pp. 3-4.
"Innovative Glass Sculpture"
ARMSTRONG,SUE
"Czechoslovak Glass for Islamic University" "Ideas Find Expression"
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 8,1985, Glass (U.K.), v. 62, no. 1, Jan. 1985, Craft Work (Edinburgh), no. 1, Aug. 1983,
pp. 25-26, ill. p. 39, ill. p. 21, ill.
Cut and engraved colored panels with stylized Outdoor glass sculpture planned for photography Panel by Sax Shaw.
designs. museum in Yorkshire.
"David Ruth" "International Glass Craft Expo Set for Las Vegas" BAILEY, JANICE
Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985, The Crafts Report, v. 11,no. 113, May 1985, p. 39. "A Dazzling Addition to the Big D"
pp. 322-325, ill. "John Bera: A Stained Glass Window for Interiors, v. 144, no. 10, May 1985, p. 70, ill.
Recent fused works. Rotary International" Infomart, Dallas, based on Crystal Palace.
"Environments & Applications: Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985,
p. 241, ill. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. ART
Doorways andEntries. Peter Green, PeterMollica, GLASS ALLIANCE OF MARYLAND
Eleanor Mussen, Jean Myers, Florence Welborn, On view in Evanston, III.
The Second Biennial Feet of Glass
Susan Williams" "Lacquered in Three Dimensions" National Competition
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 1, Spring 1985, Interior Design, v. 56, no. 2, Feb. 1985, Baltimore: the Alliance, [1985], [8]
pp. 9-20, ill. pp. 220-223, ill. pp., ill.
"Environments & Applications: Freestanding leaded glass walk-in cube by
Doorways and Entries" Maya Rodoczy. BAMFORD,JOAN
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985, "Laffey, Powning Win New CCC Awards" "Glass Through the Ages"
pp. 209-217, ill. CraftNews, v. 10, no. 7, Oct. 1985, p. 5, ill. Essex Countryside, v. 25, no. 247, Aug. 1977,
Work by Center City Stained Glass, Nostalgic Barbara Laffey of Toronto receives Canadian p. 69, ill.
Glass Works, and Glassbutcher's Art. Crafts Council award for stained glass project. Brief history of British glass and an engraved
piece by Peter Dreiser.
"Environments & Applications: Heads" "News from Members: Joseph Nuttgens,
Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985, Lydia Marouf"
pp. 313-321, ill. Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British
BARCELONA. CASA ELIZALDE
Homenatge a Joan Mird. 1er Concurs
Work by Millard, Quagliata, Elskus, Snell. Society of Master Glass-Painters), Spring 1985, Internacional de Vitralls
"Environments & Applications: Lighting" pp. 12-13.
Barcelona: Ajuntament de Barcelona;
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 2, Summer 1985, "Notes & Commissions" Department de Cultura de la Generalitat de
pp. 105-119, ill. Craft Work (Edinburgh), no.7, Spring 1985,p. 6, ill. Catalunya; Ministerio de Cultura, 1984,
Work by Marco Zubar, Glassbutcher's Art, Church windowin Woodhorn by SarahRichardson; 47 pp., ill.
Helen K. Olsen, Quagliata, Ray King, Paul Crist. four panels by John Clark forCoatbridge centenary. Jan./Feb. exhibition of European stained glass.
BARCELONA. CONSTRUMAT, CARLSON, WILLIAM DAVIS, MIKE
SALON INTERNACIONALDE "Chicago Board Options Exchange: "Windows About Windows"
CONSTRUCCION Optional Refractions' by William Carlson" The Journal of Stained Glass
Vitral 85 American Craft, v. 45, no. 1, (British Society of Master Glass-Painters),
Barcelona: Construmat, 1985, 35 pp., ill. Feb./March 1985, pp. 28-29, ill. v. 18, no. 1, 1983-1984,
Exhibition of work of European stained glass pp. 84-89, ill.
artists. CARPENTER,ED Author's panels.
"Pilchuck Kurs: Architectural Glass Design"
BARTLETT, KEN Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 10-11, ill. DENISON, CHRIS
'Ken Bartlett" Report on course given by the author and Tim "Etched Glass"
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1984, O'Neill at Pilchuck. Fine Homebuilding, no. 24, Dec. 1984/Jan. 1985,
pp. 62-64, ill. pp. 52-53, ill.
CARTER,JENNY Author duplicates ornate Italianentry lights of 1865
BEASLEY, JERRY "Diamond Cuts Glass" in a Maine mansion.
'What's New from Expo 85" Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, pp. 8-9, ill.
Glass Artist's Fellowship Newsletter Scottish engraver Brendan Collins. DOLENGA, JULIE
(Denver), Oct. 1985, pp. 5-8. "Working with Designers"
New products for stained glass-making shown CHAMBERS, KAREN S. Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 2, Feb. 1985,
at trade show. "Relating to Pedro de Campos Rosado'sSculpture" pp. 44-53, ill.
New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, p. 10, ill. Etched glass panels and other architectural
BEEH-LUSTENBERGER, SUZANNE glass uses.
'H. G. von Stockhausens Glaswand in der St. LES CHAPELLES DU ROSAIRE A
David's Hall in Cardiff, Wales / H. G. von Stock- VENCE PAR MATISSE ET DE NOTRE- DOMANEK, JAN
hausen's Glass Screen in the St. David's Hall in D A M E - D U - H A U T A R O NC H A M P P A R "An Outstanding Czech Engraver of Glass
Cardiff, Wales" LE CORBUSIER Demonstrated His Art in Japan"
Neues Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 88-90, ill. Paris: Editions du Cerf, 1955,109 pp., ill. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 2,1985,
pp. 26-27, ill.
BELL, LARRY CHARTRES.CENTRE Bohuslav Horacek.
Chairs in Space: The Book of the Game INTERNATIONAL DUVITRAIL
Taos, N.M.: Webb Design Studio, 1984, LEVITRAILCONTEMPORAIN DOMINGUEZ GARCIA,
47 pp., ill. EN ALLEMAGNE JOSE-MANUEL
(Text by S. Beeh, J. Poensgen, J. Schreiter, "Glas - Hauptdarsteller in der Architektur/Glass -
BENDER,RODNEY H.-G. von Stockhausen) Protagonist in Architecture"
The Howard Martin Memorial Window" Lyon: La Manufacture, 1985,131 pp., ill. Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985,
The Journal of Stained Glass p. 2+, ill.
(British Society of Master Glass-Painters), CHARTRES. Need for increasing the collaboration between
v. 18, no. 1, 1983-1984, LA GALERIE DU VITRAIL architects and glass designers.
pp. 81-83, ill. Vitraux des U.S.A.: "Associates," The Stained
Window by Schreiter at Swansea College of Art. Glass Association of America DUNLOP, IAN
Chartres: the gallery, 1985, [12] pp., ill. "Alice in the Stained Glass: The Reyntiens
BERNSTEIN, ROSITA Exhibition of 20 artists' works, May-July 1985. Windows at Christ Church, Oxford"
Bilder der Welt/Images of the World, Country Life, v. 176, no. 4552, Nov. 15, 1984,
Glass-Panels by Jurgen Drewer-Reisinger" CHENG SHANGJUN pp. 1468-1469, ill.
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, p. 206, ill. "Mosaic Painting Using Natural and Industrial
Materials" EATON, CONNIE
BLENCH, BRIAN Leonardo, v. 17, no. 4,1984, pp. 234-236, ill. Circular Stained Glass Pattern Book
A Comment on Humanity" Using scrap glass in panels, Chongqing, China. New York: Dover Publications, 1985,
Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, pp. 22-24, ill. 60 pp., ill.
Engraved work by Alison Kinnaird. CIBOT, ELIZABETH
"Le Verre: un nouveau support chalcographique" ELSKUS, ALBINAS
BOLWELL, ALAN La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, "Notes and Comments on the Art of Painting
'Games in Glass" no. 16, May/June 1984, pp. 40-43, ill. on Glass"
GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 12,1985, pp. 5-7, ill. Graphics on glass by author. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
Stained glass sign by author for Berkeley, pp. 136-137, ill.
Cal. game store. COBURG. GALERIE BERGMANN
Florian Lechner: Lichte Gitter und Glaserne FENTON,DAN
BONN. Plastiken (Text by Peter Schmitt) "Lucy Lyon: American Glass"
STADTISCHES KUNSTMUSEUM Coburg: the gallery, 1985, [15] pp., ill. American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1,1985,
Felix Droese: Ober die menschliche Fleischfarbe pp. 60-71, ill.
Bonn: the museum, 1985,135 pp., ill. CONSTERNATION, EARLY A. New Mexico firm.
Includes glass sculpture. "Organizing a Successful Stained Glass Class"
The Edge, v. 5, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 11-12+. "Zoe Pasternack"
BOOKER, CHRISTOPHER Part 2: v. 5, no. 4, April 1985, p. 16+. American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1,1985,
"Windows on the World" Part 3: v. 5, no. 5, May 1985, pp. 10-11. pp. 72-79, ill.
Scottish Glass Society Newsletter,
no. 19, Oct. 1985, p. 3. CONWAY, JENNIFER FISCHER, PETER
The work of Laurence Whistler. "The Leighton House Exhibition" "Stockhausens 'Stuttgarter Glaswand' in Cardiff"
The Glass Engraver, no. 38, Winter 1984/1985, die Kunst, no. 5, May 1985, pp. 370-371, ill.
BRADBURY, WAYNE pp. 28-34, ill. English summary.
'Glass at the Botanic Gardens 1985" Review of Guild of Glass Engravers' annual show. Hans von Stockhausen's Stuttgart glass screen
Glass Artist's Fellowship Newsletter for a concert hall in Wales.
(Denver), Oct. 1985, pp. 3-4. CRESSWELL, SARAH
"On Getting Started" FRENCH, JENNIE
BREMEN. The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985, "Aging Gracefully with Rebars"
MONICA TRUJEN [GALLERY] pp. 21-26, ill. GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 11,1985, pp. 20-21,
Glas: Bilder von Karin und Nico Baarlink, ill. Part 2: v. 1, no. 12, 1985, pp. 26-27, ill.
Klaus Jansen; Collagen von Peter Brake; DARMSTADT. Designing stained glass windows incorporating
Leuchtobjekte von Hans Maier-Poebing HESSISCHESLANDESMUSEUM reinforcement bars.
Bremen: the gallery, 1985, [9] pp. Heinz Hindorf: Gemalde, Aquarelle, Zeichnungen,
Glasmalerei, Mosaik (Catalog by Klaus Wolbert) "Design: Making Faces"
BROWN, MELISSA Darmstadt: the museum, 1984, 35 pp., ill. Professional Stained Glass, v. 5, no. 11,
Perspectives: Memorials, Not Monuments" Nov. 1985, pp. 6-7+, ill.
Progressive Architecture, no. 9, Kunst des XX. Jahrhunderts 1984: Quagliata examples.
Sept. 1985, p. 43+, ill. Bildwerke und Glasmalerei
New York Vietnam Veterans' memorial of Darmstadt: the museum, 1984, 145 pp., ill. "Refining the Image"
glass brick. 13 German and American stained glass artists. GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 10,1985, pp. 4-5+, ill.
Stained glass design.
BRUNNER, ASTRID DAVEY, GRAHAM
'Stained Glass Seminar in Toronto" "The Line on Glass" FROHBIETER-MUELLER,JO
American Craft, v. 44, no. 6, Dec.1984/Jan. 1985, The Glass Engraver, no. 41, Autumn 1985, Practical Stained Glass Craft
pp. 95-96. pp. 32-34. Newton Abbot: David & Charles; New York:
Sept. 1984. Review of exhibit of the guild members' work at the Hippocrene Books Inc., 1984,175 pp., ill.
Chelmsford and Essex Museum.
BUTLER, FRANCES FURBUSH, RICHARD
"Shadow in the Visual Arts" "The 1984 Conference and A.G.M." "Folio: Corte Suprema de Justica, Caracas,
American Craft, v. 45, no. 1, Feb./March 1985, The Glass Engraver, no. 37, Autumn 1984, Venezuela"
pp. 44-51, ill. pp. 17-22, ill. Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 2, Summer 1985,
Sandblasted mirrored glass screens Review of talks by Alfred Fisher, Wendy Evans, pp. 120-131, ill.
by Nat Dean. Posner's imagery in Portland and Mrs. John Hutton at Guild of Glass Engravers Panels designed by Alirio Rodriguez andfabricated
fence wall. conference. by Atelier Lorin, Chartres.
FURMAN, JIM HANSEN, DONALD KIRBY, CHRISTINE
"Architectural Stained Glass" "Spectrum Glass" "Artist and Architect"
Fine Homebuilding, no. 21, June/July 1984, Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 2, Summer 1985, Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the
pp. 54-55, ill. pp. 146-149, ill. British Society of Master Glass-Painters),
' What makes a good panel, and how toinstall one." Autumn 1985, pp. 14-18.
HARTLEY, KAY Relationship between abstract stained glass
GAL, REGIS "Aboriginal Stained Glass for Araluen" designs and the commissioning client.
"Expositions: Hommage a Juan Miro" Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1984,
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 22, pp. 67-78, ill. KOVACH, KIM
May/June 1985, pp. 46-47, ill. "Overlay Stained Glass Creating Niche"
Review of Barcelona exhibition of 50 European HAUFSCHILD, LUTZ Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 7, July 1985,
stained glass artists. "First International Stained Glass Design p. 79, ill.
Seminar 1984" Process of adhering colored film and lead came to
"Le Vitrail contemporain" Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985, flat glass for a stained glass look.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 23, p. 26.
July/Aug. 1985, pp. 46-47, ill. At Hein Derix Studios, Kevelaer, KUEHN, I.J.
Review of contemporary German and Australian W. Germany. "Ann Wolff [Warff]: Reaching Back to
stained glass exhibitions, Chartres. Tradition to Achieve Creativity and Vision
"Joachim Klos: The Man, His Work, & with Glass Art"
"Vitraux marginaux" His Somersaults" Art Show News, v. 14, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1985,
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 16, New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985, pp. 5-7, ill.
May/June 1984, pp. 32-33, ill. pp. 32-33, ill.
Folk artist creates wallsof' 'stained glasscolored LAFFEY, BARBARA
glass and bottles set in cement. "New Work in New Work: Lutz Haufschild" "Architectural Seminar with Jochem Poensgen"
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985,
G A L , R E G I S and G U Y O M A R D , p 30+, ill. pp. 22-26, ill.
PATRICE At Hein Derix Studios, Kevelaer,
"Albertini, fabrication artisanale du verre" HECHT, RANDY B. W. Germany, 1984.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 15, "Readers' Survey: Teaching Stained Glass"
March/April 1984, pp. 39-40, ill. The Edge, v. 5, no. 4, April 1985, LANDMAN,PETA
Small French firm making colored dalles for use pp. 9-10+. "Clean Glass: Julie Brand"
by stained glass artists. Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1985,
HENRY, CLARE pp. 52-54, ill.
GEHR, CHRISTA "A Fruitful Partnership" Architectural glass by Melbourne artist.
"Bauelement als Schmuckstuck" Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984,
Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 9, Sept. 1985, pp. 756-757, ill. pp.10-12, ill. LEE, LAWRENCE
Sandblasted, painted panels by Rolf Schneider firm. Window by John Clark and Willie Rodger. "The Tradescant Window in the Museum
of Garden History, St. Mary-at-Lambeth, London"
GEISSLER, ALISON HILLIER, LINDA The Journal of Stained Glass
"On Getting Started" Living with Stained Glass (British Society of Master Glass-Painters), v. 18,
Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, no. 18, Eugene, Ore.: Linda Hillier, 1979, no. 1, 1983-1984, pp. 78-80, ill.
June 1985, pp. 1-2. [40] pp., ill.
Author's glass engraving. LERNER,FRANZ
HOFSTATTER, HANS H. "Personliches: Ewald Kerlin zum 80."
GHOSH, AMAL Johannes Schreiter: Neue Glasbilder und eine Glas + Rahmen, no. 5, 1985,
"Stained Glass: A Critical View" Einfuhrung in die neue Glasbildkunst p. 198+, ill.
Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British Munich: Heinz Moos Verlag, 1965, 43 pp., ill. Hamburg stained glass workshop.
Society of Master Glass-Painters),
Spring 1985, pp. 10-12. HOLT, MICHELLE LIDDLE, ISABELLE
Problem of declining creativity in design. "Walton Art Glass" "Apple Orchard"
American Art Glass Quarterly, v. 3, no. 1, The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985,
GIRARD, SYLVIE 1985, pp. 34-41, ill. pp. 27-30, ill.
"Le CIRVA: Centre International du Recherche Campbell, California firm. Engraved piece by author.
sur le verre d'Aix-en-Provence"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 20, HUGHES, GRAHAM LIJN, LILIANE
Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 24-26, ill. "Laurence & Simon Whistler: Engraved Glass" "Liliane Lijn"
Research andteaching center for architectural and Arts Review (London), v. 37, no. 9, New Work, no. 23/24, Summer/Fall 1985,
environmental glass; Yan Zoritchak. May 10, 1985, p. 233. p. 28, ill.
Review of exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum.
"Le Verre dans I'architecture: LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. SHELDON
hommage a Jutta Cuny (1940-1983)'' JEKYLL, ROBERT MEMORIAL ART GALLERY,
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 15, "Germany Lures Stained Glass Artists" UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
March/April 1984, pp. 42-43, ill. CraftNews, v. 10, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp. 1-2, ill. Larry Bell: Major Works in Glass
First International Stained Glass Seminar Lincoln, Neb.: the gallery and the Nebraska
GLASKUNST. VAERKSTEDS- at Kevelaer, 1984. Art Association, 1983,
UDSTILLING FRA L. FRESE & S0NNER: 24 pp., ill.
GLASMOSAIK OG GLASMALEREI "In Review: Blackfriars"
Copenhagen: L. Frese & Stfnner, [1982], [37]pp., ill. Ontario Craft, v. 10, no. 4, Dec. 1985, p. 17, ill. LOCKWOOD,KEN
Traveling exhibition of mosaics and stained glass Stained glass panels by Ted Goodden at London, "Art Forms in Glass"
by the firm L. Frese & Sons. Ont. gallery. Craft Arts (Australia), no. 1, Oct./Dec. 1984,
pp. 41-44, ill.
GREENVALE,N.Y. HILLWOOD ART KAI, ANGELIQUE Work of Klaus Zimmer.
GALLERY, LONG ISLAND UNIVER­ "Architectural Art Glass"
SITY, C. W. POSTCAMPUS Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 1, Jan. 1985, LONDON. THE IVEAGH BEQUEST,
Reflections: New Conceptions of Nature pp. 36-37, ill. KENWOOD
[Greenvale, N. Y.]: the gallery, 1984, 42 pp., ill. Jancik Arts, Inc. Fifty Years on Glass: Engraved Glasses by
Patsy Norvell, pp. 17-19, 30-31. Laurence Whistler and by His Sons and
KALABISOVA, ZDENKA Daughter, Simon, Daniel & Frances Whistler
G R E I F F E N B E R G , K A R E N and "The International 'Glass in Architecture' London: The Greater London Council, 1985,
MCGUIRE, MAUREEN Symposium" [38] pp., ill.
"Johannes Schreiter" Glass Review, v. 39, no. 11,1984, pp. 7-11, ill. Exhibit also shown at the Ashmolean, Oxford.
Glass Magazine, v. 10, no. 1, Jan./March 1983, Sars-Poteries, 1984.
pp. 5-14, ill. LOUISE, MARGENE and BENTHAM,
KAUFMANN, ALOIS JESSIE
HAGEN, MARY "Mitarbeiterportrat" Stained Glass Inspirations
"Professional Profiles: Northern Colorado Stained Nachtmann Glashuttenpost, no. 7, Oct. 1985, Palo Alto, Cal.: Hidden House Publications,
Glass Supply" pp. 6-7, ill. 1981,96 pp., ill.
The Edge, v. 5, no. 5, May 1985, p. 20+. Michael Kurz, glass cutter at Nachtmann
Bleikristallwerke. LOHRS, KLAUS-P.
HAMILTON, WALTER J. Glasgravur-Kurzanleitung/Glass Engraving -
Stained Glass Patterns by Your Request KEEBLE, K. COREY Short Instruction/Gravure sur verre - instruction
Silver Spring, Md.: Hamilton Studio, 1973, "In Review: James Gillespie" brieve/Glasgravure - Korte handleiding
104 pp., ill. CraftNews, v. 9, no. 8, Nov. 1984, p. 2, ill. Neukirch/Bodensee: Hobby-Time Bastel-System,
Exhibition in a Toronto gallery. 1982,1 p., 12 leaves.
HANNES, ALFONS Folder of patterns for flowers, butterflies.
Der Glasschnitt und sein Meister KEHLMANN,ROBERT
Georg Hirtreiter "Albinas Elskus Explores the Possibility of MADDY, DOROTHY L.
Grafenau: Verlag Morsak, 1982,103 pp., ill. Vitreous Paint" "The Magic of a Glass Easel"
History and technology of glass cutting, American Craft, v. 45, no. 6, Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986, Glass Studio, no. 44,Nov./Dec. 1984. pp. 15-22, ill.
and work of Hirtreiter. pp. 10-15, ill. How to make your own.
MALONE, WILLIAM and STARR, "Symposium on 'Architectural Glass for PALMER,STUART
PENELOPE C. Homes and Civic Buildings' " "Forum"
"On Stained Glass" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, The Glass Engraver, no. 39, Spring 1985,
Glass Digest, continuing series: v. 64, no. 1, June 1985, pp. [4-9], pp. 37-39.
1985 - v. 64, no. 12,1985. Engraving lettering on glass.
MORRISS, SHIRLEY
MANDELBAUM,ELLEN "In Review: Glass Visions" PAP, GABOR
'The First International Architectural Stained CraftNews, v. 10, no. 7, Oct. 1985, 'Fenylft oromuzenetek"
Glass Seminar, Kevelaer, West Germany 1984" p. 11, ill. Muveszet, v. 26, no. 6, June 1985,
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 1, Spring 1985, Toronto exhibition of five Canadian stained glass pp. 42-46, ill.
pp. 80-82, ill. artists. Windows in the Reformed Church of Nagykallo
by Zsuzsa Kustar.
MARIONI, PAUL MOZETTI-MAY, DENISE
'Paul Marioni" "On the Road" PARMA, TERRA
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985, Images by Terra
pp. 64-65, ill. pp. 238-239, ill. San Carlos, Cal.: Stained Glass Images,
Itinerant stained glass supplier. 1984, [5] pp., ill.
MATCHAM,JONATHAN Stained glass patterns.
'Reflections on Leighton House- MOLLER, KLAUS
The Last Word" "Meisterliche Leistungen bei der Gesellenprufung PARTRIDGE, ENID
The Glass Engraver, no. 39, Spring 1985, 1984 des bayerischen Glaserhandwerks" 'Fenestra Studios"
pp. 20-26. Glas + Rahmen, no. 22, Nov. 1984, Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 1, Spring 1985,
Review of an exhibition of the Guild of Glass p. 1162, ill. pp. 21-29, ill.
Engravers' work. Student work at Vilshofen. Interview with Robert Markert, Louisville,
Kentucky.
MCGUIRE, MAUREEN "Meisterliche Leistungen im Wettbewerb"
"Meistermann Seminar & Tour" Glaswelt, v. 37, no. 12, Dec. 1984, p. 1176, ill. PAVESI, MILOSKA
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 1, Spring 1985, Examinations for Bavarian glass handwork held 'Riflessioni sul marmo"
p. 83. at Vilshofen school. Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, pp. 258-259,
ill. English summary.
MCKEE, BARBARA and DON NEIDLEIN, ISOLDE Glass tables by Italian designers.
Stained Glass Designs from the Pubs and "Leuchtende Bilder in Glas"
Taverns of England Glaswelt, v. 37, no. 12, Dec. 1984, PEACE, DAVID
Palo Alto, Cal.: Hidden House Publications, 1983, pp. 1152-1153, ill. 'Connections"
64 pp., ill. Family-owned stainedglass workshop in Stuttgart. Crafts, no. 74, May/June 1985, p. 11, ill.
Author discusses glass engraving, architecture,
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. NEWNES, DIANA and town planning.
THE GOETHE INSTITUTE "On Getting Started"
Contemporary German Glass in Australia [and] The Glass Engraver, no. 38, Winter 1984/1985, ' 'Fifty Years on Glass' "
Contemporary Australian Glass 1981 (Text by pp. 17-23, ill. The Glass Engraver, no. 39, Spring 1985,
Suzanne Beeh-Lustenberger, Jenny Zimmer) Author's engraved work. p. 34+, ill.
Melbourne: the institute, 1981, 61 pp., ill. Review of Laurence Whistler and family exhibition.
Traveling exhibit. NICE. MUSEE NATIONAL MESSAGE
BIBLIQUE MARC CHAGALL 'John Hutton at Stratford-on-Avon"
MELLO, STEVE A. Marc Chagall, vitraux et sculptures The Glass Engraver, no. 38, Winter 1984/1985,
[Stained Glass:Step by Step How to Make Panels] (Ed. by Sylvie Forestier) p. 41.
Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha, 1985, Paris: Editions de la Reunion des Musees 12 permanent panels engraved with
124 pp., ill. Nationaux, 1984,111 pp., ill. Shakespearean figures, at Shakespeare Centre.
In Japanese only.
NICKL, PETER Liverpool Parish Church"
MILLARD, RICHARD "Im Glanz des schwabischen Kunsthandwerk" The Glass Engraver, no. 39, Spring 1985,
Richard T. Feller, Aesthetic Beacon of Washington Kunst + Handwerk, no. 2,March/April 1985, pp. 27-28, ill.
Cathedral" pp. 96-98, ill. Sandblasted screens and doors by author.
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 1, Spring 1985, Leaded sculpture by Gero Koellmann.
pp. 30-43, ill. 'Unusual Commissions"
Windows by Rowen LeCompte, Ervin Bossanyi NICOLA, GONTER The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985,
and others. "Keine Angst vor der Technik: Glasfenster von pp. 10-12, ill.
Gero Koellmann/Don't Be Afraid of Technology: Work by the author.
"Technical -Design Catalysts" Stained Glass by Gero Koellmann"
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985, p. 276. Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1985, pp. 3-9, ill. PEARSON, DAVID
'Studio Crime Prevention"
MILLER, BONNIE J. "Renato Santarossa: Glasbild, Skulptur, Environ­ Glass Studio, no. 44, Nov./Dec. 1984,
"A Look at Fremont Antique Glass Company" ment/Panel, Sculpture, Environment" pp. 36-37.
Glass Studio, no. 44, Nov./Dec. 1984, Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1985, pp. 66-72, ill.
pp. 6-7+, ill. PERROT, FRANQOISE
Seattle firm makes flat glass from hand-blown NISBET, TIM Le Vitrail frangais contemporain
cylinders. "On Getting Started" (Centre International du Vitrail, Chartres,
The Glass Engraver, no. 41, Autumn 1985, avec la participation de Jacques Bony)
MITCHELL, ROBERT R. pp. 15-21, ill. Lyon: La Manufacture, 1984,169 pp., ill.
The Art of Glue-Chipped Glass Signs Author's work. Biographies and work of 60 artists.
Fort Myers, Fla.: SignCraft Magazine, 1984,
60 pp., ill. NORVELL, PATSY PERRY, ELIZABETH
"Patsy Norvell" 'Perry Studio"
MOLE, SHEILA Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985,
"Architectural Glass for Houses and Civic pp. 55-57, ill. pp. 326-330, ill.
Buildings"
The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985, Noss, DAVID K. PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS
pp. 14-15. "Experience Is the Best Teacher Proves S. L. 'Phillips Stained Glass"
Review of London symposium by The British Erhart Co." Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 2, Summer 1985,
Society of Master Glass-Painters. Glass Digest, v. 64, no. 7, July 15,1984, pp. 140-145, ill.
pp. 88-89, ill.
"The British Society of Master Glass-Painters' Stained glass shop does restoration work and POENSGEN, JOCHEM, ed.
Symposium in Architectural Glass in Houses and new designs. Das Seminar fur architekturbezogene Glas-
Civic Buildings" malerei 1984 in Kevelaer/The Architectural
The Glass Cone, no. 7, Sept. 1985, p. 7. NUTTGENS,JOSEPH Stained Glass Seminar 1984 in Kevelaer
Held in London, May 11,1985. "New Work in New Work: Joseph Nuttgens" Kevelaer: Glasmalerei Hein Derix, 1984,
New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985, 50 pp., ill.
"Secular Glass" p. 29, ill.
Crafts, no. 75, July/Aug. 1985, p. 11. PORTLAND, MAINE. PORTLAND
Review of British Society of Master Glass-Painters' ODONI, GIOVANNI SCHOOL OF ART
symposium "Architectural Glass for Houses and "Per guardarsi e traguardare" Makers '84: A Biennial Exhibition of
Civic Buildings." Casa Vogue, no. 158, Dec. 1984, pp. 206-209, ill. Maine Crafts
English summary. Deer Isle, Me.: Maine Crafts
"Symposium -Glas in Privathausern und offent- Transparent interiors: glass brick walls, Association, 1984, 40 pp., ill.
lichen Gebauden/Glass in Houses and Civic furniture, mirrors. Panels by Nancy Gutkin O'Neil and
Buildings" James R. Miller.
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1985, OSTILLER, DAVID, ed.
p. 199, ill. "Stained Glass Buying Guide 1985" POSNER, RICHARD
British Society of Master Glass-Painters' The Edge, v. 5, no. 1, Jan. 1985, "The Crystal Pallets: deFence of Light"
symposium, May 1985. pp. 1-78, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, pp. 66-67, ill.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. VASSAR SHAW, BRONSON VOGT, PAUL
COLLEGE ART GALLERY "International Exhibition of Stained Glass "Profile: John Forsgren"
Patsy Norvell: in Hommage to Joan Miro, Casa Elizalde, Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985,
Ten Years 1969-1979 Barcelona, January and February, 1985" pp. 4-5+, ill.
(Text by Jean E. Feinberg) Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British
Poughkeepsie: Barrett House and the college, Society of Master Glass-Painters), VONROENN,KENNETH
1979, 24 pp., ill. Spring 1985, p. 15. "Architectural Considerations in the Design of
Stained Glass"
PREST, CEDAR SLBBETT, ED, JR. Glass Studio, no. 44, Nov./Dec. 1984,
"Cedar Prest" Bevels and Jewels Stained Glass Pattern Book pp. 23-32, ill.
Craft Arts, no. 3, June/Aug. 1985, New York, N. Y.: Dover Publications, 10 examples of successful projects.
p. 90, ill. 1985, 64 pp., ill.
Recent commissions. V O R O N O V , N. V.
Birds and Butterflies Stained Glass Mikhail Mikhailovich Taraev
QUAGLIATA, NARCISSUS Pattern Book: 94 Designs for Leningrad: Izdatel'stvo "Khudozhnik RSFSR,"
"Susan Stinsmuehlen: Dissonance in Glass" Workable Projects 1983, [100] pp., ill.
American Art Glass Quarterly, New York, N. Y.: Dover Publications, 1984, Post-war Russian designer;
v. 3, no. 1,1985, pp. 22-33, ill. 60 pp., ill. includes mosaics.
REUSCH, ASTRI Ornamental Flower Stained Glass WARD, C. WHITNEY
"Personal Experimental Work" Pattern Book: 83 Designs for "Light, Color, Glass"
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Workable Projects Americana, v. 13, no. 3, July/Aug. 1985,
pp. 88-89, ill. New York, N. Y.: Dover Publications, 1984, pp. 42-45, ill.
60 pp., ill. Massachusetts stained glass artist Lyn Hovey.
REYNOLDS, GIL
"Kiln Forum" SLATER,CLARE WARDELL, JUDY and RANDY
Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985, "Yvonne Williams: The Piercing Elegance Patterns for Terrariums & Planters
pp. 58-59, ill. of Glass" Belleville, Ont.: Wardell Publications,
Saara Gallin, Ray Ahlgren, Emily Brock, Ontario Craft, v. 9, no. 4, Dec. 1984, 1984, 68 pp., ill.
Gil Reynolds. pp. 7-9, ill.
Toronto stained glass artist, working since Stained Glass Wall Decorations.
RICKARD, STEPHEN the 1930s. Patterns for Clocks, Mirrors and
"Some Practical Advice to 'Improvers'" Picture Frames
The Glass Engraver, no. 41, Autumn 1985, SNELL, MARIE Belleville, Ont.: Wardell Publications,
pp. 29-32. "Michigan Glass Month" 1985, 36 pp., ill.
Equipment for beginning engravers. Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985,
pp. 350-353, ill. WARNER, MARIANNE
RICKE, HELMUT Work shown at a stained glass exhibit held in The Art of Stained Glass: 4 Projects
"Johannes Hewel, Bilder aus Glas/Pictures Pontiac. You Can Make at Home
on Glass" Emmaus, Pa.: Rodale Press, Inc.,
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, [STAINED GLASS: HOW TO MAKE 1984, 41 pp., ill.
pp. 241-245, ill. THREE-DIMENSIONAL GLASSES]
Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha, [Stained Glass Art WEIS, HELENE
RIIHIMAKI.SUOMENLASIMUSEO School], 1984,128 pp., ill. "Benoit Gilsoul"
Mary Jane Gregory: Kiinniotettu valo/ In Japanese only. Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985,
Fangat ljus/Captured Light pp. 244-249, ill.
Riihimaki: the museum, 1985, STUDIO ONE ART GLASS GIFT Interview with N. Y . artist.
16 pp., ill. DESIGNS: A COLLECTION OF
In Finnish, Swedish, English. PATTERNS USING WHEEL WERDIN, DON
American-born artist and teacher living in ENGRAVED BEVELS "Teaching a Successful Stained Glass Class"
Liminka, Finland. South Milwaukee, Wis.: Studio One Art Glass, The Edge, v. 5, no. 3, March 1985, pp. 9-10+.
1984, 32 pp., ill. pp. 9-10+.
RINALDI, PAOLO
"Vetrate domestiche: le tras-pareti" SUDA, KRISTIAN WHISTLER, LAURENCE
Casa Vogue, no. 162, April 1985, XIII vytvarne leto maloskalska- vystavnlsin na "David Peace: The Show and the Book"
pp. 262-267, Male Skale The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985,
ill. English summary. (Vysledky pracovniho setkani vitraj 1984/1985, p. 34.
Panels, doors, dividers in decorative colored 11 vitraj 1984/1985)
glass. [s.l. Prague?: s.n., 24 pp.], 12 slides. Scenes and Signs on Glass
11 Czech flat glass artists, the result of glass Woodbridge, Suffolk: Cupid Press, 1985,
ROBERTSHAW, URSULA competition of 1984/1985, Visual Arts exhibition 30 pp., ill.
"Painting with Light" in Male Skale hall.
The Illustrated London News, v. 273, no. 7042, WICHERT, GEOFFREY
May 1985, p. 72, ill. SWANSON,JOHN "Gail O'Neill's Windows for St. Vincent's Hospital
"Metamorphoses" panel by Patrick Reyntiens. "What's Happening in Stained Glass?" Chapel, Portland, Oregon"
Glass Digest, v. 64, no. 7, July 15, 1985, New Work, no. 21/22, Winter/Spring 1985,
ROMANET, Z.I. pp. 77-80, ill. pp. 46-47, ill.
"Le Vitrail parmi la ceramique
en Limousin" SWASH, CAROLINE WICHERT, GEOFFREY and
Verre Actualites, no. 65, April 1985, "The Crafts Factor in Architecture and Building" WEISS, DICK
pp. 32-33, ill. Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British "Lithuanian Stained Glass"
Stained glass studio, Limoges. Society of Master Glass-Painters), Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 3, Fall 1985,
Autumn 1985, pp. 7-8. pp. 258-262, ill.
SAVE, COLETTE London conference and exhibition arranged by
"Vu: le vitrail et le verre" Art and Architecture Ltd., April 1985. WILEY, MICHAEL
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 96, "A Need for Collaboration"
March 1985, p. 27, ill. "The Fiftieth Anniversary of the Stained Glass Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British
Review of exhibition at new Centre Regional Department at WGIHE, Swansea" Society of Master Glass-Painters),
des Metiers d'Art in Mehun-sur-Yevre. Stained Glass 1985 (The Magazine of the British Autumn 1985, pp. 12-14.
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn 1985, Between architects and artists.
SCHACHEL, ROLAND L. pp. 4-6, ill.
"Wie ein glasernes Meer, mit Feuer gemengt. Courses of study and former students of West WILSON, CECIL
Zu den Glaskunstwerken von Lydia Roppolt" Glamorgen Institute of Higher Education. "Epoxy Sculpting Compound"
Alte und Moderne Kunst, v. 30, no. 200,1985, Stained Glass, v. 79, no. 4, Winter 1984-1985,
pp. 24-27, ill. TOWSE, JOHN pp. 338-339, ill.
Austrian church windows "Stipple Engraving by James Denison-Pender" Large dalle and epoxy resin window in
by Roppolt. Glass Circle News, no. 32, July 1985, p. 3. California bank.

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"Besichtigung in der Glaswerkstatt der "Epfteszet es uvegmuveszet - napjainkban" "Riservato al classico"
Dombauhiitte Koln" Miiveszet, no. 3, March 1985, pp.18-21, ill. Casa Vogue, no. 163, May 1985,
Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 6, June 1985, Use of glass in Hungarian architecture today. pp. 256-265, ill.
p. 524, ill. English summary.
Students at Cologne workshop. VILADAS, PILAR Screens designed by Donatella Zaccaria,
"Cultural Exchange" Mario Ticco.
SCHREITER, JOHANNES Progressive Architecture, no. 3,
"Shimpei Sato: Balance von Flache und Linie/ March 1985, pp. 91-94, ill. ZIMMER, JENNY
Balance of Space and Line" Japanese architect uses terrazzo "Australian Glass Abroad"
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, made with bottle glass in a N. Y. Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985,
pp. 251-254, ill. showroom. pp. 53-57, ill.
T E C H N O L O G Y (after 1945) / T E C H N O L O G I E N (nach 1945)
ANONYMOUS GRANT, ARTHUR MASLACH, STEVEN
"Glass Cutting Techniques" "Patinas" "Technical Resource List for the Glass Artist"
Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 5, May 1985, Facets (Stained Glass Association of Hawaii), Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
pp. 64-65. March 1985, p. 3. pp. 156-157.
Seminar given at National Glass Application of a patina to lead,
Association. zinc, or copper stained glass design lines. MERIKALLIO, MIKKO
"Some Notes on a Low-Energy Cullet Melter" [in]
"Grosvenor - A Touch of Glass" HAJDAMACH, CHARLES R. Lasitutkimuksia - Glass Research II (1985),
Glass (U. K.), v. 62, no. 2, Feb. 1985, "Showcase: The History of Sandblasting" ed. by Heikki Matiskainen and Kaisa Koivisto,
p. 65, ill. The Glass Cone, no. 4, Dec. 1984, Riihimaki: Suomen Lasimuseo (The Bulletin of
Firm using production line glass engraving. pp. 3-5, ill. the Finnish Glass Museum), 1985, pp. 55-62, ill.
English summary.
"Stourbridge Crystal Industry Review" HEATON, MAURICE Furnace for studio work.
Glass (U. K.), v. 62, no. 5, May 1985, "Techniques in Slumping"
pp. 191-195, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, NIXON, WILLIAM C., JR.
Current production of four firms. p. 143. 'Glass Frosting Problems and How to Correct
Them"
"Water Weakens Glass" HERBERT, STAN Glass Industry, v. 66, no. 9, Aug. 10,1985,
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, "Stuart's Get It Right" pp. 14-16+, ill.
pp. 154-155. Glass (U.K.), v. 62, no. 5, May 1985, Acid etching imperfections.
American Chemical Society paper. p. 196+, ill.
Productivity at Stuart Crystal. NOBLE, ANNIE
ATTEW, JANE Glasswalls for Racquetball and Squash Courts"
"LPG in the Glassmaking Industry" HOLZMANN, G. and WEISNER, CH. Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 2, Feb. 1985,
Glass (U. K.), v. 62, no. 1, Jan. 1985, "Mirrors with Decoratively Ground Edges" pp. 32-35, ill.
p. 21+, ill. Glass (U.K.), v. 62, no. 9, Sept. 1985,
Fuel at The Glass House of Langham Glass Ltd. pp. 336-337, ill. PRICE. PRISCILLA
Various edge styles and the grinding methods. Museum Practices: Packing, Lighting,
BERETS, CHUCK and Photography, and Conservation"
GUTTENTAG, S. IGLEHART, ED Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
"Shipping and Insurance: Boxing Glass "Colouring Borosilicate Glass for Lampworking" p. 54.
for Shipment" British Artists in Glass Newsletter,
The Edge, v. 5, no. 9, Sept. 1985, June 1985, pp. [20-24], REYNOLDS, GIL
pp. 10-12, ill. 'On the Road to Kilnwork: In Search of a
Part 2: "After the Delivery: The Problems of ISENBERG, SEYMOUR Glassworkers Kiln"
Incoming Freight," p. 18+. Part 3: "How Others "Ask Dr. Isenberg" Glass Studio, no. 45, March/April 1985,
Ship: A Survey," p. 24+. GlassCraftNews, continuing series: pp. 14-15+, ill.
Especially for beveled and stained glass shipment. no. 9, 1985-no. 12,1985.
Advice for the stained glass hobbyist. RICKARD, STEPHEN
BINGHAM, JOHN M. 'On Using Tim Appleyard's Waterbench"
Glass Bandsaws KOTZ, MARY LYNN The Glass Engraver, no. 39,
Louisville, Col.: the author (paper presented at the "The Campaign for Art Hazards Legislation" Spring 1985, p. 16+.
April 1982 symposium at Sars-Poteries), 1982, ARTnews, v. 84, no. 10, Dec. 1985,
7 pp., ill. pp. 49-55, ill. SLEZAK, FRANTISEK
Includes descriptive flyers from companies that Includes hazards in stained glass studios. 'Sklenena fasada Nove sceny Narodniho
sell glass bandsaws. divadla"
LABINO, DOMINICK Sklar a Keramik, v. 34, no. 12,1984,
BIRKHILL, FREDERICK "Chemical and Physical Properties of Glass" pp. 364-367, ill. English summary.
"A Concise History of Lampworking" Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, Glass front wall, National Theater in Prague.
Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985, pp. 138-142, ill.
pp. 146-149, ill. VON DREHLE, CARIN
Also includes author's work. LAWRIE, JOHN Exporting and Shipping - A Few Pointers"
"Safety Sense" British Artists in Glass Newsletter,
BLANTHORN, BRIAN Craft Work, no. 6, Winter 1984, p. 28. June 1985, pp. [27-30],
"Kiln Working Guide" Glassmaking hazards. From a talk by Maurice Latham, Craft Council.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter,
June 1985, pp. [17-18], LEIGH, JOHN EDWARD WEINBERG, STEVEN
"Photographing Glass" 'Glass Casting Techniques"
BROUL, JULIUS The Glass Engraver, no. 40, Summer 1985, British Artists in Glass Newsletter,
"Sklo pro Narodni divadio v Praze" pp. 32-34. Feb. 1985, pp. [15-21], ill.
Sklata Keramik, v. 34, no. 12,1984, Especially engraved glass.
pp. 361-364, ill. English summary. WHITWELL, HUGH
Glass for the National Theater in Prague. LERCH,DALE W. 'Engraving with Water"
"The Techniques of Fine Soldering" The Glass Engraver, no. 41, Autumn
BROWN, C. M. GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 10,1985, 1985, pp. 34-37, ill.
"Technical Tips: Simple Geometric Shapes" pp. 14-16+, ill.
GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 9,1985, pp. 8-9, ill. ZSCHOMMLER, W.
Part 2: v. 1, no. 10,1985, pp. 10-13, ill. L0HRS, KLAUS P. Precision Optical Glassworking: A Manual for
Part 3: v. 1, no. 12,1985, pp. 12-13, ill. Glass Engraving: Basic Techniques Craftsmen and Designers
Using geometric shapes in stained glass design. Neukirch, Bodensee: Hobby-Time London: MacMillan Publishers in cooperation
Bastel-System, 1985, 48 pp., ill. with the International Society for Optical
CARBERRY, EDWARD Engineering (SPIE v. 472),
Glassblowing: An Introduction to Artistic and MACAVOY,THOMAS C. 1984, 312 pp., ill.
Scientific Flameworking "Coming Glass Works - Present and Future"
Marshall, Minn.: MGLS Publishing, Glass Art Society Journal 1984-1985,
1985, 260 pp., ill. pp. 46-48, ill.

CONROW,BOB MADDY, DOROTHY L.


"Cutting Glass: Doing It Right Can Be Tricky" "Silkscreening on Glass, Part 1"
Glass Art Magazine (For the Business of Stained GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 9,1985,
and Decorative Glass), v. 1, no. 1, pp. 24-27, ill. Part 2: "Photosilkscreening,"
Nov. 1985, pp. 24-25+, ill. v. 1,no. 10,1985, pp. 6-10, ill.

DOBBINS, NORMAN MARTIN, NICHOLAS


"Glass Etching, Part 3: Shading" "Legionnaire's Disease"
GlassCraftNews, v. 1, no. 9,1985, pp. 5-7+, ill. Scottish Glass Society Newsletter,
Part 4: "Sandblasting Equipment," v. 1, no. 10, no. 18, June 1985, p. 3.
1985, pp. 22-24+, ill. Part 5: "Blasting Cabinets, Health hazard for engravers who engrave "wet."
Abrasives, Safety Equipment,"
v. 1, no. 11,1985, pp. 18-19, ill. MASCARI, PATRICIA
"Glass Gazette: New Process Makes
FREY, THOMAS G. Glass Etching Easier"
Glass Chemistry for Studio Glassmakers Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 8, Aug. 1985,
San Luis Obispo, Cal.: California Polytechnic p. 37, ill.
State University, 1984, [18] photocopied pp.
Lecture notes, class outline, and handouts for "New Devices Cut Glass With Water"
course offered at Cal. Glass Magazine, v. 35, no. 7, July 1985,
Polytechnic State University. pp. 82-83, ill.
FILMS AND VIDEOTAPES / FILME UND VIDEOKASSETTEN
A Century Plus of Making Art Glass Lalique: An Enduring Legacy
Produced for Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co. by Kl Jacques Jugeat, Inc., 1985
Productions, 1982 13 min.
20 min., color, sound (Jaques Jugeat, Inc., 225 Fifth Ave.,
The history and manufacture of opalescent glass at New York, N. Y. 10010)
Kokomo.
(Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co., P.O. Box 2265, Look: Windy Water, Fiery Sand
Kokomo, Ind. 46902) R0sler/Paalgard, 1984
15 min., color, sound
Christopher Lee Glassblowing and working by some contemporary
Produced by KPBS-TV, San Diego State University, Norwegian artist.
San Diego, Cal., 1984 (Alexander R0sler, Theresesgt. 5A, Oslo 3, Norway)
9 min., color, sound
The work of contemporary glass artist Modern Glass: A World Tour of Glass Artists
Christopher Lee. Insights, 1983
6 min., color, sound
Community Camera: Paul Schulze and Tom Buechner III at Vitrix Glass, Corning, N. Y.
Steuben Glass (Insights, 22 S. Van Dorn Rd., Ithaca, N. Y. 14850)
Corning Community College, Corning, N. Y., n.d.
(1975?) Not a Transparent Art
30 min., color, sound MacNeil/Lehrer Report, 1984
Various aspects of designing, Steuben Glass, 6 min., color, sound
and Schulze's work. Studio glass, Dale Chihuly, and Pilchuck.
(Library, Corning Community College, Corning, (Media Services Dept., Educational Broadcasting
N. Y. 14830) Corp., 356 W. 58th St., New York, N. Y. 10019)

Creations from Fire: Carder Steuben Glass Stained Glass


Produced for The Rockwell Museum by Insights, Centre Productions, 1983
1985 18 min., color, sound
13 min., color, sound The making of stained glass and the creation of a
Some of the techniques and objects of stained glass window.
Frederick Carder. (Centre Productions, 1800 30th St., Suite 207,
(The Rockwell Museum, Cedar Street, Boulder, Colo. 80301-9989)
Corning, N.Y. 14830)
Sydney Cash
Crystal Dreams Sydney Cash, n.d. (1985?)
Produced by NBC Today Show, 1983 6 min., color, sound
5 min., color, sound The artist's wall sculptures are shown and
Dale Chihuly and his work. discussed.
(NBC, Room 902, 30 Rockefeller Plaza,
New York, N.Y. 10020) Twenty Artists - Twenty Views
Habatat Galleries, 1982
Crystal Pallets: DeFence of Light 16 min., color, sound
Produced by Richard Posner, 1983 A video exhibit of the work of 20 contemporary
4 min., color, sound glass artists.
Posner's 50-foot glass picket fence and some (Habatat Galleries, 28235 Southfield Rd.,
of his other work. Lathrup Village, Mich. 48076)
Dreams into Glass Traume aus Glas
WSKG Public Television, 1984 Dusseldorf, 1985
4 min., color, sound 15 min., color, sound (music only)
A review of the Galle exhibition at The Corning A video record of an exhibition of the work of
Museum of Glass. Zdenek Kepka.

GAS II and GAS III


Henry Halem, 1972,1973
12 min. each, silent
Informal recordings of the Glass Art Society
meetings in Penland, N.C. and Williamstown,
W.Va. (Fenton Art Glass Co.)

Glass [Mark Stanley]


KTCA-2 Twin Cities Public Television, 1979
11 min., color, sound
The work of glass artist Mark Stanley.

Hisatoshi Iwata
Yurakucho Seibu Ginza, 1985
Exhibition at the store in Tokyo, Sept. 6-18,1985.

History of Stained Glass


Centre Productions, 1984
24 min., color, sound
Stained glass from A.D. 900 to the 20th century.
(Centre Productions, 1800 30th St., Suite 207,
Boulder, Colo. 80301-9989)

Holmegaard
Holmegaards Glasvaerker, 1959
20 min., color, sound
Blowing and working glass at Holmegaard.
(Holmegaards Glasvaerker A/S, Fensmark,
DK 4700 Naestved, Denmark)

Hot Glass
Bruce Stewart, 1982
11 min., color, sound
Dale Chihuly at work.
(Bruce Stewart, P.O. Box 1270, San Francisco,
Cal. 94101)

Images in Stained Glass


Communications by Design, 1983
13 min., color, sound
Modern stained glass windows, glassblowing,
and the leading process.
(Big M Stained Glass Corp., 5903 Corson Ave.
S„ Seattle, Wash. 98108)
Galleries and Museums Galerien und Museen
The following list is based upon the replies to a 1985 survey. It includes Die folgende Liste basiert auf Antragen, die 1985 aufgrund einer Umfrage
commercial and non-commercial institutions which have either a per­ bei uns eingegangen sind. Eingeschlossen sind kommerzielle und nicht-
manent display or at least one major exhibition each year of contemporary kommerzielle Einrichtungen, die entweder standig oder wenigstens eine
glass. Galleries or museums wishing to be cited in New Glass Review 8 wichtige Ausstellung von zeitgenossischem Glas jahrlich prasentieren.
must send a letter requesting to be placed on the survey list to New Glass Galerien und Museen, die wunschen, in New Glass Review 8 aufgenom-
Review, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning Glass Center, Corning, men zu werden, werden gebeten, dies in einem Schreiben zu formulieren
New York 14831 no later than September 1, 1986. Those not returning und an New Glass Review, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning Glass
survey forms will be removed from this list. Center, Corning, New York 14831, zu senden. EinsendeschluG ist der
1. September 1986. Diejenigen, die diesen Antrag nicht mehr stellen,
werden von der Liste wieder entfernt werden.

Australia / Australien GALERIE L GALLERY ROB VAN DEN DOEL


BEAVER GALLERIES Elbchaussee 31 Anna Paulownastraat 105
81 Denison Street 2000 Hamburg 50, Federal Republic of Germany 2518 BD The Hague, Netherlands
Deakin, ACT 2600, Australia GALERIE RADEMACHER STICHLING NATIONAAL
CITY ART GALLERY GutenbergstraBe 62 GLASMUSEUM
6350 Bad Nauheim, Federal Republic of Germany Lingedijk 28
40 Gurwood Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650, Australia GLAS DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS 4142 LD Leerdam, Netherlands
TheresienstraBe 19, Eingang FurstenstraBe
CRAFT CENTRE GALLERY 8000 Munich 2, Federal Republic of Germany New Zealand / Neuseeland
100 George Street, The Rocks
Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia GLASMUSEUMWERTHEIM COMPENDIUM GALLERY
MuhlenstraBe 24 49 Victoria Road, Devonport
NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA 6980 Wertheim, Federal Republic of Germany Auckland 9, New Zealand
180 St. Kilda Road
Melbourne, Victoria HESSISCHESLANDESMUSEUM DOWSE ART MUSEUM
3004 Australia DARMSTADT P.O. Box 30396
Friedensplatz 1 Lower Hutt, New Zealand
6100 Darmstadt, Federal Republic of Germany
Belgium / Belgien
KUNSTGEWERBEMUSEUM, Puerto Rico
TRANSPARENCE STAATLICHE MUSEEN GALERIA FRAGIL
28, rue Sainte-Anne PREUSSISCHER KULTURBESITZ 101 Sol Street
1000 Brussels, Belgium TiergartenstraBe 6 Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 00901
1000 Berlin 30, Federal Republic of Germany
Canada / Kanada KUNSTMUSEUM DOSSELDORF Sweden / Schweden
GALERIE VERRE D'ART Ehrenhof 5
4000 Dusseldorf, Federal Republic of Germany GALLERI IKAROS
1518 Sherbrooke West Storgatan 19
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1L3, Canada KUNSTSAMMLUNGEN 411 24 Goteborg, Sweden
THE GLASS ART GALLERY, INC. DER VESTE COBURG
21 Hazelton Avenue Veste Switzerland / Schweiz
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2E1, Canada 8630 Coburg, Federal Republic of Germany
GALERIE TROIS
SANDRA AINSLEY ARTFORMS LA GALLERIA, MARIANNE 2 place de la Taconnerie
Hazelton Lanes HOF-GRONBERG CH-1204 Geneva, Switzerland
55 Avenue Road Sandgasse, zw. Hauptwache und Paulskirche
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3L2, Canada 6000 Frankfurt am Main 1, GLAS-GALERIE LUZERN
Federal Republic of Germany Brandgassli 5/7
THOMAS GALLERY MONICA TROJEN, 6004 Lucerne, Switzerland
460 River Avenue ANTIQUITATEN-GLAS
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0C7, Canada HEIDI SCHNEIDER GALERIE
ParkstraBe 73 Lowengasse 5
2800 Bremen, Federal Republic of Germany CH-8810 Horgen-Zurich, Switzerland
Czechoslovakia / Tschechoslowakei SM-GALERIE EDITH GOTTSCHALK VlTRINE
MORAVSKA GALERIE v BRN£/ Oeder Weg 29 Gerechtigkeitsgasse 73
MORAVIAN GALLERY AT BRNO 6000 Frankfurt 1, Federal Republic of Germany 3011 Bern, Switzerland
Husova 14 STUTTGARTER GLASGALERIE
Brno, PSC 600 00, Czechoslovakia United States / Vereinigte Staaten
EberhardstraBe 31
7000 Stuttgart 1, Federal Republic of Germany ALASKA
England
TABERNAKEL VlTRICS
BRITISH CRAFTS CENTRE RentzelstraBe 6 1032 West 25th
43 Earlham Street, Covent Garden 2000 Hamburg 13, Federal Republic of Germany Anchorage, Alaska 99503
London WC2H 9LD, England
COLERIDGE France / Frankreich ARIZONA
192 Piccadilly CLARA SCREMINI GALLERY GALERIE NEW GLASS
London W1V9LG, England 39 rue de Charonne 2331 West Broadway
CRAFTS COUNCIL 75011 Paris, France Mesa, Arizona 85202
12 Waterloo Place GALERIE D'AMON THE HAND AND THE SPIRIT GALLERY
London SW1Y 5AU, England 28 rue Saint-Sulpice 4222 North Marshall Way
THE GLASSHOUSE 75006 Paris, France Scottsdale, Arizona 85258
65 Long Acre GALERIE PASKINEDEGIGNOUX
London WC2, England 39 rue du 22 Novembre CALIFORNIA
YEW TREE GALLERY 67000 Strasbourg, France A SINGULAR PLACE
Ellastone, nr. Ashbourne GALERIE SUZELBERNA 2718 Main Street
Derbyshire DE6 2HA, England 24 rue Georges Clemenceau Santa Monica, California 90405
06600 Antibes, France CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF ARTS
Federal Republic of Germany / Bundes- AND CRAFTS
GALERIE TERZA
republik Deutschland 192 Boulevard Saint-Germain Graduate Gallery
BADISCHESLANDESMUSEUM 75007 Paris, France 5212 Broadway
Schloss GRENIERDE VILLATRE - GALERIE Oakland, California 94618
7500 Karlsruhe 1, Federal Republic of Germany SOPHIE ET GERARD CAPAZZA CLEAR HORIZON GLASS GALLERY
ESSENERGLASGALERIE 18330 Nangay, France 867 West Harbor Drive
AnnastraBe 74 QUARTZ San Diego, California 92161
4300 Essen, Federal Republic of Germany 12 rue des 4 Vents COMPOSITIONS IN ART GLASS
GALERIE ANGELA HOLLINGS 75006 Paris, France AND WOOD
WendenstraBe 7 2801 Leavenworth (The Cannery)
3250 Hameln, Federal Republic of Germany Netherlands / Niederlande San Francisco, California 94133
GALERIE BERGMANN GALERIE INART DEL MANO GALLERY
Steinweg 19 Paulus Potterstraat 22-24 11981 San Vicente Boulevard
8630 Coburg, Federal Republic of Germany 1071 DA Amsterdam, Netherlands Los Angeles, California 90049
DESIGNS RECYCLED ART GALLERY THE STEIN GLASS GALLERY THE BROWN HOUSE GALLERY
619 North Harbor Boulevard 20 Milk Street 107 North Main Street
Fullerton, California 92632 Portland, Maine 04101 Naples, New York 14512
DOROTHY WEISS GALLERY COOPER-HEWITT MUSEUM, THE
256 Sutter Street MARYLAND SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION S
San Francisco, California 94108 TOMLINSON CRAFT COLLECTION, NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DESIGN
ELAINE POTTER GALLERY INC. Fifth Avenue at 91st Street
336 Hayes Street 519 North Charles Street New York, New York 10128
San Francisco, California 94102 Baltimore, Maryland 21201
THE CRAFTSMAN'S GALLERY
GALLERY EIGHT TOMLINSON CRAFT COLLECTION, 16 Chase Road
7464 Girard Avenue INC. Scarsdale, New York 10583
La Jolla, California 92037 711 West 40th Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
GALLERY NILSSON
KURLAND/SUMMERS GALLERY 138 Wooster Street
8742 A Melrose Avenue New York, New York 10012
Los Angeles, California 90069 MASSACHUSETTS
HOLSTEN GALLERIES HELLER GALLERY
LANE GALLERY 71 Greene Street
173 Horton Plaza Elm Street
New York, New York 10012
San Diego, California 92101 Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01262
SIGNATURE JORICEART GLASS GALLERY
PLUMS CONTEMPORARY ARTS 1057 Second Avenue
3119 North Maroa Dock Square
North Street New York, New York 10022
Fresno, California 93704
RUTH BACHOFNER GALLERY Boston, Massachusetts 02109 THE NEW YORK EXPERIMENTAL
804 North La Cienega Boulevard SIGNATURE GLASS WORKSHOP
Village Market Place 142 Mulberry Street
Los Angeles, California 90069 New York, New York 10013
Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601
THE SEEKERS COLLECTION & NEW YORK STATE COLLEGE
GALLERY WESTMINSTER GALLERY OF CERAMICS
4090 Burton Drive 132 A Newbury Street
Cambria, California 93428 (Glass Department)
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
Alfred University
SUSAN CUMMINS GALLERY Alfred, New York 14802
32 Miller Avenue MICHIGAN
SOINTU INC.
Mill Valley, California 94941 C. CORCORAN GALLERY, INC. 20 East 69th Street
WALTER/WHITE FINE ARTS 876 Second Street
Muskegon, Michigan 49440 New York, New York 10021
Seventh at San Carlos
Carmel, California 93921 DETROIT GALLERY OF SOMERSTOWN GALLERY
CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS Route 100
THE WORKS GALLERY Somers, New York 10589
2740 East Broadway 301 Fisher Building
Long Beach, California 90803 Detroit, Michigan 48202
NORTH CAROLINA
DONNA JACOBS GALLERY LTD. CHELSEA GALLERY
COLORADO 574 North Woodward Avenue Hinds University Center
COHEN ART ENTERPRISES Second Floor Western Carolina University
663 South Pearl Street Birmingham, Michigan 48011 Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723
Denver, Colorado 80209 HABATATGALLERIES
COLORADO SPRINGS FINE ARTS 28235 Southfield Road
GREEN HILL CENTER FOR NORTH
CENTER Lathrup Village, Michigan 48076
CAROLINA ART
200 North Davie Street
30 West Dale
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
ROBERT KIDD GALLERY Greensboro, North Carolina 27401
107 Townsend Street
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Birmingham, Michigan 48011 OHIO
ANNE O'BRIEN GALLERY VENTURE GALLERY ART INVESTMENTS GALLERY
28235 Southfield Road 500 West Exchange Street
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Lathrup Village, Michigan 48076 Suite B-9
Suite 101 Akron, Ohio 44302
Washington, D.C. 20006
MINNESOTA SARAH SQUERI GALLERY
MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY
3222 N Street NW GLASSPECTACLE 330 West Fourth Street
Georgetown Court 402 North Main Street Seventh Floor
Stillwater, Minnesota 55082 Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Washington, D.C. 20007
SHERLEY KOTEEN ASSOCIATES SYLVIA ULLMAN'S AMERICAN
MISSOURI CRAFTS
2604 Tilden Place NW
Washington, D.C. 20008 B. Z. WAGMAN GALLERY 13010 Woodland Avenue
1157 St. Louis Galleria Cleveland, Ohio 44120
FLORIDA St. Louis, Missouri 63117 THETOLEDOMUSEUMOFART
HABATAT GALLERIES THESAINTLOUISARTMUSEUM P.O. Box 1013
1090 Kane Concourse Forest Park Toledo, Ohio 43697
Bay Harbor Islands, Florida 33154 St. Louis, Missouri 63110
OREGON
HOLSTEN GALLERIES
206 Worth Avenue NEW HAMPSHIRE CONTEMPORARY CRAFTS GALLERY
Palm Beach, Florida 33480 KALEIDOSCOPE: BEAUTIFUL AND 3934 Southwest Corbett Avenue
USEFUL THINGS Portland, Oregon 97201
GEORGIA Dartmouth Savings Bank Building
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 PENNSYLVANIA
GREAT AMERICAN GALLERY
1925 Peachtree Road NE PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART
Atlanta, Georgia 30309 NEW JERSEY Benjamin Franklin Parkway
AMERICA HOUSE GALLERY P.O. Box 7646
ILLINOIS 24 Washington Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19101
BETSY ROSENFIELD GALLERY, INC. Tenafly, New Jersey 07670 SNYDERMAN GALLERY
212 West Superior NEW JERSEY STATE MUSEUM 317 South Street
Chicago, Illinois 60610 205 West State Street, CN 530 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM Trenton, New Jersey 08625 SWAN GALLERIES
Comer of Spring and Edwards Streets 132 South 18th Street
Springfield, Illinois 62706 NEW MEXICO Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
RUNNING RIDGE GALLERY SWAN GALLERIES
LOUISIANA 640 Canyon Road 8433 Germantown Avenue
NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
City Park
NEW YORK
THE WORKS GALLERY
P.O. Box 19123 319 South Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70179-0123 THE ARTISANS GALLERY Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
6 Bond Street
MAINE Great Neck, New York 11021 SOUTH CAROLINA
MAPLE HILL GALLERY BELLARDO LTD. ARTISTIC SASS/PRIMARY ART, INC.
367 Fore Street 100 Christopher Street 14 Greenwood Drive
Portland, Maine 04101 New York, New York 10014 Hilton Head, South Carolina 29928
TENNESSEE
GAZEBO
529 Parkway
Countries Represented/Vertretene Lander
Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
GAZEBO Australia/Australien
East Towne Shopping Center U.S.A.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37924 Elliott, Judi Abildgaard, Mark
Mowbray, Ian Adams, Hank Murta
TEXAS Aldridge, Peter S.
Canada/Kanada Bally Jensen, Judy
HANSON GALLERIES Ben Tre, Howard
Town & Country Center Lockau, Kevin
Smith-Lamothe, Terrence E. Birkhill, Frederick
800 West Belt, G-137 Bosse, Laura
Houston, Texas 77024 Tennent, Frances V.
Terris, Andrew Brock, Curt
HANSON GALLERIES Wildsmith, Murt Carpenter, Ed
5085 Westheimer Carter, Jerry
Suite 3825 Cash, Sydney
Houston, Texas 77056
Czechoslovakia/Tschechoslowakei Chardiet, Jose
Adensamova, Blanka Cobb, Elijah
MATRIX GALLERY Harcuba, Jiri Collentine, Patrick
912 West 12th Rozsypal, Ivo Cotleur, Sheryl A.
Austin, Texas 78703 Sabokova, Gizela Cribbs, Keke
PERCEPTION GALLERIES Cummings, Lauren
2631 Colquitt England/GroBbritannien Dailey, Dan
Houston, Texas 77098 Beebe, Angela Jane Doss, Catherine
Best-Devereux, Tatiana Drobnis, Neal
VIRGINIA Brocklehurst, Keith DuFour, Paulo
THE CHRYSLER MUSEUM Carman, Michael Noel Edwards, Stephen Dale
INSTITUTE OF GLASS Pennell, Ronald Elskus, Albinas
Olney Road and Mowbray Arch Taylor, David Farbanish, Thomas
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 Traub, David Fleming, Thomas M.
Woodman, Rachael Frode, Hans
ELECTRIC GLASS COMPANY Iris Arc Crystal
1 East Mellen Street Jervis, Margie and Susie Krasnican (41)
Hampton, Virginia 23663 Federal Republic of Germany/
Jurs, Shelley
Bundesrepublik Deutschland Kelman, Janet
WASHINGTON Lechner, Florian Kobasz, Mark
FOSTER/WHITE GALLERY Marx, Joachim Kogure, Kimiko
3111/2 Occidental Avenue South Walther-Glas GmbH Lebow, Lisa
Seattle, Washington 98104 Lustig, Erella
MANDARIN GLASS GALLERY Finland/Finnland Magdanz, Andrew and Susan Shapiro (52)
Sarpaneva, Timo Marioni, Paul
8821 Bridgeport Way SW
Vennola, Jorma Meis, Matt
Tacoma, Washington 98499
Monk, Nancy
TRAVER SUTTON GALLERY Moore, Benjamin
2219 Fourth Avenue France/Frankreich Nelson, Stephen R.
Seattle, Washington 98121 Damian-Eyrignoux, Monica Novotny, Lukas
Zoritchak, Yan O'Neill, Tim
WEST VIRGINIA Palusky, Robert
HUNTINGTON GALLERIES Japan Patti, Thomas
2033 McCoy Road lezumi, Toshio Quagliata, Narcissus
Huntington, West Virginia 25701 Kuroki, Rika Reynolds, Gil
Muro, Shinichi Roberts, Amy
WISCONSIN Scheiner, Michael
The Netherlands/Niederlande Sherman, Sharon
ART INDEPENDENT GALLERY Stanaway, Robin A.
623 Main Street van Loo, Bert Stinsmuehlen, Susan
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147 Meitner, Richard Craig Taniguchi, Yuichi
van Meurs, Sien
BERGSTROM-MAHLER MUSEUM Shibuya, Ryoji
Tolchinsky, Barbara
165 North Park Avenue Van Cline, Mary
Willebrands, Frans Vandermark/Merritt Glass Studios
Neenah, Wisconsin 54956
Vanetik, Valentin M.
EDGEWOOD ORCHARD GALLERIES Poland/Polen W&hlstrom, Ann P.
Peninsula Players Road
Chodurski, Jerzy Weinberg, Steven
Fish Creek, Wisconsin 54212
Weiss, Dick
LEIGH YAWKEY WOODSON ART Rumania/Rumanien Yelle, Richard
MUSEUM Nagy, Anna Maria Zurchin, Catherine
Franklin and Twelfth Streets
Wausau, Wisconsin 54401 Wales
Sweden/Schweden
Forsell, Ulla Brisbane, Amanda
Hydman-Vallien, Ulrica