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The Corning Museum of Glass

NewGlass
Review 8

The Corning Museum of Glass


Corning, New York 1987
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Jury Statements and Comments/Statements


und Kommentar der Jury 4
Artists and Objects/Kunstler und Objekte 9
Doug Anderson's Finders Creepers 30
Bibliography/Bibliographie 33
A Selective Index of Proper Names and Places/
Verzeichnis der Eigennamen und Orte 35
Countries RepresentedA/ertretene Lander 68
Jury Statements I ch mag die Arbeit von Mark Lorenzi - jedenfalls mag ich das, was
mir das Dia davon wiedergibt. Diese Farben passen auffallend gut zu-
sammen, und Hohe und Starke der Mauer scheinen erstaunlich, aber
genau richtig fur diesen Durchmesser. Das Objekt kann ebenso gut ein

I like Mark Lorenzi's piece - at least I like what the slide tells me about it.
Those colors are surprisingly nice together, and the height and thickness
of the wall seem adventurous but just right for the diameter. It could be a
Knopf wie ein Tumpel sein, ein SchmuckstuckOder eine riesige Plastik-in
jeder GroBe schon anzusehen. Das ist eine subjektive Meinung, und sie
bringt einen personlichen Geschmack zum Ausdruck. Tut sie das? Was
button or a wading pool, a bit of jewelry or an immense sculpture, hand­ ware, wenn das Stuck vielen anderen auch gefiele?
some at any scale. That is a subjective opinion, and it reflects personal „Einfuhlsam: von ausgepragter Sensibilitat, was Gefuhl und Wahrneh-
taste. Or does it? Suppose a lot of other people liked it, too? mungsvermogen betrifft."
"Sentient: finely sensitive in perception or feeling." Es gibt Menschen, die die Fahigkeit besitzen, Elemente attraktiver
Certain people have the ability to combine elements more attractively zusammenzufugen als andere. Manche konnen das wirklich gut. Seit
than others. Some are really great at it. Over the years, it seems tome that vielen Jahren scheint es mir diese Begabung zu sein, die die Juroren am
it is this quality of sentience that most repeatedly brings jurors together in haufigsten in ihrer Auswahl ubereinstimmen laBt. Manchmal macht uns
their choices. Sometimes our convictions about the importance of new­ unsere Einschatzung der Wichtigkeit einer Innovation, eines kunstleri-
ness or of making a statement or self-expression blind us to this core schen Anliegens Oder eines personlichen Ausdrucks fur diese wesentliche
quality, but as time rolls by and attitudes change, the sentient work stands Qualitat blind, aber so wie die Zeit vergeht und sich die Einstellungen
like a rock. andern, so steht die einfuhlsame Arbeit fest wie ein Fels.
A lot of people are now taking agood, hard look at the glass of the 1950s. Viele Menschen nehmen im Moment das Glas der 50er Jahre genau
Not surprisingly, what was most admired then (and it wasn't much admired) unter die Lupe. Es uberrascht wohl kaum, da(3 das, was damals am
is most admired now, but the new connoisseurs of this material are finding meisten bewundert wurde (und dabei hielt sich die Bewunderung in
new reasons to value it - reasons of record. Who made what when and Grenzen) auch heute noch am meisten bestaunt wird. Doch finden die
how sets up categories which may not include the intentions of the original neuen Kenner dieser Materie heutzutage neue Grunde fur ihre Wertschat-
creators at all. All this is especially interesting to survivors of the 1950s who zung - Grunde, die in der Geschichte liegen. Die Frage, wer machte wann,
regard the advent of studio glass as a major event in the history of glass (as was und wie, bestimmt Kategorien, die die Absichten ihrer ursprunglichen
I do). Generally speaking, we were quite content to accept Harvey Littleton Gestalter in keiner Weise berucksichtigen mogen. All dies ist fur die
and the late and much-lamented Dominick Labino as the fathers of this Uberlebenden der 50er Jahre, die (wie auch ich) die Erfindung des
phenomenon (it is not a movement, having neither a cause nor a philoso­ Studioglases als eines der wichtigsten Ereignisse in der Glasgeschichte
phy), but now new lists of parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents betrachten, vonbesonderem Interesse. Im allgemeinen ist es uns recht, in
are being preferred with increasing frequency. Jean Sala and Maurice Harvey Littleton und dem bedauerlicherweise kurzlich verstorbenen
Marinot are sharing the honors with Edris Eckhardt, John Burton, Maurice Dominick Labino die Vater dieses Phanomens zu sehen (es handelt sich
Heaton, the Higginses, and goodness knows who else. The other day nicht um eine Bewegung, da sie weder einen Anlaf3 hatte noch eine
someone put forth Frederick Carder, founder of Steuben, as the true Philosophie besitzt), aber neuerdings zahlt man Eltern, GrolBeltern und
source because he knew an awful lot about glassmaking and designed his UrgroBeltern auf und bringt sie mehr und mehr ins Gesprach. Jean Sala
own line. und Maurice Marinot teilen sich die Ehre mit Edris Eckhardt, John Burton,
As you look through this New Glass Review 8 at your own work or the Maurice Heaton, den Higgins' und Gott weiB wem. Vor kurzem schlug
work of others, know that it,too, will be subject to rediscovery and historical jemand Frederick Carder, den Grunder von Steuben Glas, als eigentlichen
review. People unaware of the poignancy of a glass artist's secret life or Motor vor, da jener eine ganze Menge uber Glasherstellung wuBte und
unimpressed by another's political convictions will rejudge the work and eine eigene Linie entwickelt hat.
find other reasons to value it - or not. Wenn man dieses New Glass Review 8 durchblattert und sich die
Since its inception in microfiche format in 1976, the New Glass Review eigenen Arbeiten oder die der anderen ansieht, dann sollte man sich
has been about what's new in glass. Glass is its subject of record. The daruber im klaren sein, daB auch dieses Heft einmal Gegenstand der
Review records who did what when and how. The first big change was in Ruckbesinnung und des historischen Ruckblicks sein wird. Menschen, die
the "who." Manufacturers and their designers gave way numerically to sich der verborgenen Dramatik im Leben eine Glaskunstlers nicht mehr
individuals who conceived and made their own pieces (in Glass 59, there bewuBt sind Oder sich von der Meinung politisch Andersdenkender
were 93 companies and 34 individuals; in New Glass, just 20 years later, unbeeindruckt zeigen, werden diese Stucke neu bewerten und andere
there were 18 companies and 177 individuals). The second big change, Grunde fur deren Wertschatzung finden - oder auch nicht.
as recorded by this Review, has been the "what." The useless has Seit New Glass Review ab 1976 auch auf Mikrofiche aufgenommen
overwhelmed the useful; decorative things that do not function are wird, ist es mehr oder weniger auf dem neuesten Stand in Sachen Glas.
vanquishing decorative things that do. In the Review of 1976, 37 pieces Glas ist der Gegenstand seiner Dokumentation. Das Review halt fest, wer
were truly functional vessels; in this Review, there are only 22. Plainly, art was wann und wie gemacht hat. Die erste groBe Veranderung fand beim
is taking over glass. „wer" statt. Firmen und ihre Designer machten Einzelpersonlichkeiten
Curiously, nobody seems to care very much. In spite of the fact that Platz, die ihre Stucke selbst entwarfen und ausfuhrten (in Glass 59 gab es
some of the most distinguished figures in the art world have been on the 93 Firmen und 34 Einzelkunstler; in New Glass, nur 20 Jahre spater, 19
jury for New Glass and New Glass Review- including Werner Schmalen- Firmen und 177 Einzelkunstler). Die zweite groBe Veranderung, die dieses
bach, the director of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Dussel- Review dokumentiert, betrifft das „was". Das Funktionslose hat das
dorf), one of the most avant-garde museums; J. Stewart Johnson, then of Nutzliche uberrundet; dekorative Dinge, die man nicht benutzen kann,
The Museum of Modern Art; Henry Geldzahler and William Lieberman, verdrangen diejenigen, die es tun. In dem Review von 1976 gab es 37
both in charge, at different times, of contemporary art at The Metropolitan wirklich funktionstuchtige GefaBe, indiesem Review sind es nur 22. Ganz
Museum of Art; Clement Greenberg, one of the major art critics of this offensichtlich hat die Kunst das Glas eingetiolt.
century; and, last year, Abram Lerner, the former director of the Hirshhorn Seltsamerweise scheint sich niemandgroB darum zu kummern. Obwohl
Museum - there is not, as far as I know, one major institution of contempo­ einige der bekanntesten Figuren der Kunstwelt Juroren fur New Glass
rary art that has an active program for the acquisition of contemporary und New Glass Review waren-u. a. Werner Schmalenbach, Direktorder
glass. Why? Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen (Dusseldorf), eines der fortschrit-
The collective answer of our non-glass jurors would sound something lichsten Museen; J. Stewart Johnson, damals am Museum of Modern Art;
like this: "It is very interesting ... some very beautiful things. I had no idea Henry Geldzahler und William Lieberman, beide zu unterschiedlichen
how much was going on in glass. Aesthetically it is not very new - and Zeiten am Metropolitan Museum of Art fur zeitgenossische Kunst zustan-
newness is what we are about." dig; Clement Greenberg, einer der fuhrenden Kunstkritiker unseres
And what do we who live in this new glass world care about? Subject Jahrhunderts; und, letztes Jahr, Abram Lerner, ehemaliger Direktor des
matter and technique - the "how." We do not seem to have much to say Hirshhorn Museums - gibt es, soviel ich weiB, in der zeitgenossischen
about aesthetics either. Each year, after I have seen all the New Glass Kunstszene keine groBere Institution, die den Erwerb zeitgenossischer
Review entries for the first time, I find myself trying to characterize the year Glasarbeiten fest in ihr Programm mit einbezogen hat. Warum?
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by how the techniques are doing - optical cutting slowing down, pate de Die gemeinsame Antwort unserer „non-glass" Juroren lautete ungefahr
verre coming up neck and neck with mixed media, blowing droppingback, so: „Es ist sehr interessant... einige wirklich schone Sachen. Ich wuBte
cut sheet emerging on the outside, enameling and engraving holding on, gar nicht, wieviel im Glas passiert. Unter asthetischen Gesichtspunkten ist
Vitrolite on the wane, and so forth. When the selection process is all over es nicht sehr neu - und es ist gerade das Neue, das wir suchen".
and we have settled on our choices, there are a few pieces - a very few - Und worum geht es uns, die wir in der neuen Glaswelt leben? Um den
that seem to have risen above all the others, pieces with which I feel a Gegenstand und um die Technik - um das „wie". Wir scheinen auch nicht
connection that has nothing to do with any criteria that I could verbalize. viel zur Asthetik zu sagen zu haben. Jedes Jahr, wenn ich alle Einsendun-
I suppose that history will categorize our glass by technique - we do it gen fur New Glass Review zum ersten Mai gesehen habe, ertappe ich
now with ancient glass. It isconvenient, like the alphabet. What is included mich selbst dabei, wie ichdas Jahr danach zu charakterisieren suche, was
here may have some value for its newness in a chronological context. But dieTechniken machen - optischer Glasschliff laBt nach, pate de verre
what the future really treasures will probably depend on what looks Kopf an Kopf mit mixed Media, Blasen fallt zuruck, geschliffenes Flachglas
wonderful, what truly reflects extraordinary perception or feeling. holt auf, Email und Gravur nach wie vor im Rennen,Vitrolite nicht mehr so
stark usw.
Thomas S. Buechner (TSB) Wenn der SelektionsprozeB voruber ist, und wir unsere Wahl getroffen
President haben, gibt es einige Stucke - sehr wenige - die sich von den anderen
The Corning Museum of Glass abzuheben scheinen. Stucke, zu denen ich eine Beziehung entwickeln
kann, welche nichts mit irgendwelchen Kriterien zu tun hat, die sich in
Worte fassen lieBen.
Ich nehme an, daB die Geschichte unser Glas anhand derTechniken

O ne cannot help but wonder at, and be slightly startled by, the minor
representation of blown work in this year's New Glass Review
entries. Has it finally reached its limit after 2,000 years? Cast, fused, and all
einordnen wird- im Moment tun wir das mit altem Glas. Es ist sobequem
wie das Alphabet. Was hier abgebildet ist, mag - unter chronologischem
Gesichtspunkt - wegen seiner Neuheit von einigem Wert sein. Aber das,
kinds of cold work have been increasingly present, and they now seem to was die Zukunft schatzen wird, hangt wahrscheinlich von dem schonen
have overtaken the technique that has dominated contemporary glass for Aussehen eines Stuckes ab, davon, daB es tatsachlich ungewohnliches
the past 25 years. Einfuhlungsvermogen oder Empfindsamkeit zum Ausdruck bringen
There are a number of reasons why this direction may be showing up in vermag.
the New Glass Review. First, although the clearly stated purpose of this
publication is to survey (like it or not) what is new, it would be more accurate Thomas S. Buechner (TSB)
to say that the jurors are looking for what is different. In the constant search President
for an individual style amidthe pressure tobe novel, there is an understand­ The Corning Museum of Glass
able tendency for an artist to turn to techniques outside the familiar
cornerstone of blowing. Some artists may think that New Glass Review
jurors consider blown glass "passe." ••
Ten years ago, the skill of blowing molten glass was still considered the
necessary basis for a glassmaking education. Today, as more students
come to the material from other sculptural media, their motivation may
U ber die geringe Anzahl von geblasenen Arbeiten unter den Einsen-
dungen fur das diesjahrige New Glass Review kann man sich nur
wundern und mag leicht uberrascht sein. Ist diese Technik nach 2000
exclude the need to learn the skill of blowing. The material, rather than the Jahren nun an ihre Grenzen gestoBen? Gegossenes und verschmolzenes
craft, attracts their attention. In addition, non-blown work can offer the Glas sowie alle Arten der kalten Bearbeitung tauchen zunehmendauf und
sculptor more control as well as amore easily attained range of forms and scheinen nun die Technik, die im zeitgenossischen Glas wahrend der
sizes. Such work tends to be reminiscent of traditional sculptural media - vergangenen 25 Jahre dominierte, eingeholt zu haben.
bronze, marble, plaster, evenclay - and as suchit finds easier acceptance Es lassen sich eine Anzahl von Grunden aufzahlen, warum sich diese
as sculpture. Entwicklung gerade in New Glas Review manifestiert. Einmal ware es,
Another factor that cannot be discounted is that blowing good glass is trotz der klar umrissenen Zielsetzung dieser Publikation - namlich das zu
difficult. Years ago, when most artists were struggling simply to blow a ermitteln, (ob man es mag oder nicht), was neu ist - korrekter zu sagen,
decent bubble, clumsy execution was overlooked in favor of "personal daB die Juroren nachdem Ausschauhalten, was anders ist. In der beharr-
expression."Today, standards are higher and technique must be mastered. lichen Suche nach einem individuellen Stil ist der Kunstler dem Druck
In the areaof design, most production is blown, but very little is submitted ausgesetzt, Neuheiten zu bieten, und so tendiert er verstandlicherweise
to the Review. Within the physical boundaries of the blowing technique zu Techniken, die auBerhalb des in der Tradition fest verankerten Blasens
and the demands of utilitarianism, it is much more difficult to find a good liegen. Einige Kunstler mogen der Ansicht sein, daB New Glass Review
new solution to the drinking vessel than to patch together an assortment of Juroren geblasenes Glas fur „passe" halten.
elements and pronounce the work sculpture. Rather than exhibiting a Vor 10 Jahren wurde die Fahigkeit, geschmolzenes Glas zu blasen,
prejudice against functional objects, the jurors invariably register noch als notwendige Ausbildungsgrundlage eines Glasgestalters angese-
disappointment at the low numbers of these entries and their generally hen. Heute, wo zunehmend auch Studenten uber andere skulpturale
unimaginative design. Werkstoffe zu diesem Material finden, sind sie in ihrer Motivation nicht
In non-blown work, the most interesting technical direction has been the mehr darauf angewiesen, das Glasblasen zu erlernen. Das Material und
increasing prominence of pate de verre. Although lately we see the term nicht so sehr das Handwerk erregt ihre Aufmerksamkeit. Daruberhinaus
used to describe almost any type of fused crushed glass, British artist bekommt ein Bildhauer nicht-geblasene Stucke leichter in den Griff, und
Diana Hobson is one of the few employing glass pastes in the tradition of sie ermoglichen ihm, sich ohne groBe Schwierigkeiten ein Spektrum an
the turn-of-the-century French masters. Formen und GroBen anzueignen. Solche Stucke erinnern oft an traditio-
The walls of Progressive Series No. 5 are barely a crust brushed in nelle bildhauerische Werkstoffe - an Bronze, Marmor, Gips oder sogar
layers on the interior of an open mold. Colored glass and beach sand Ton - und finden deshalb als Skulptur leichter Anerkennung.
compose the harlequin patternimpressed slightly into the surface and just Ein weiterer Aspekt sollte ebenfalls nicht vernachlaBBigt werden: die
touching the crystalline rim edge. In her work, Hobson emphasizes the Schwierigkeit, Glas gut zu blasen. Vor Jahren, als die meisten Kunstler
lightness and translucency of glass while controlling the material with noch damit kampften, eine ordentliche Blase zustande zu bringen,
precision. When consideredin sharp contrast to the heavy and insensitive ubersah man gerne die unbeholfene Ausfuhrung zugunsten „personli-
handling of too much cast glass, Hobson's vessel may seem to be merely chen" Stils. Heutzutage ist das Niveau hoher und die Technik muB be-
ornamental decoration. In truth, the apparent fragility, detailing, refinement, herrscht werden.
and fine craftsmanship no more signify fussy preciousness in her work Auf dem Gebiet des Design sind die meisten Produkte geblasen, aber
than in a Roman cage cup, an Italian Renaissance enameled bowl, or a nur sehr wenige wurden fur das Review eingereicht. Im Rahmen der
perfect wineglass. physischen Grenzen dieserTechnik und funktionaler Anforderungen ist es
Techniques, like styles, go in andout of favor and are monitoredannually wesentlich schwieriger, eine uberzeugende Losung fur ein TrinkgefaB zu
in this publication. Lately, organic free form happens to be on the down- finden als eine Anzahl von Elementen zusammenzubauen und die Arbeit
swing while the architectural form is on the rise. Blowing has been, and will Skulpturzu nennen.
continue to be, an effective sculptural choice, but its potential should be Die Juroren sprechen von Mai zu Mai ihre Enttauschung uber die
tapped further. Artists from the United States in particular have neglected geringe Anzahl von Einsendungen aus diesem Bereich und ihr meist
techniques such as cutting, engraving, and mold blowing, possibly be­ einfallsloses Design aus, ohne daf3 darin jedoch ein Vorurteil gegen
cause they may seem too tight and controlled. In fact, they can enhance funktionale Objekte zum Ausdruck kommen wiirde.
blown work, when appropriate, as have sandblasting and painting. Bei den nicht-geblasenen Stucken nimmt pate de verre den interessan-
Perhaps next year the jurors will bemoan this lopsided technical trend testen technischen Verlauf und ist von zunehmender Bedeutung. Und
away from blowing. However, it gives me renewed confidence in the future obwohl wir seit kurzem feststellen mussen, daB derTerminus auf fast jede
of glass as art. I also suspect that when the pendulum invariably swings Art von verschmolzenen Glasstucken angewandt wird, gibt es einige
back in the direction of blown glass, the resulting work will be the best of its wenige Kunstler wie die Englanderin Diana Hobson, die Glaspasten in der
kind yet seen. Tradition der franzosischen Meister der Jahrhundertwende verwenden.
Die Wandung des Progressive Series No. 5 wirkt wie eine leichte
Susanne K. Frantz (SKF) Kruste, die von innen schichtweise auf ein offenes Model aufgetragen
Associate Curator of 20th-century Glass wurde. Das Harlekinmuster aus farbigem Glas und Sand ist leicht in die
The Corning Museum of Glass Oberflache eingedruckt und reicht gerade bis zum kristallinen Rand. In
ihrer Arbeit betont Diana Hobson Leichtigkeit undTransluziditat von Glas,
wahrend sie gleichzeitig mit dem Material prazise umzugehen weiB. In
scharfem Kontrastzur schwerfalligen und unsensiblen Handhabung so
vieler Stucke aus gegossenem Glas mag das GefaB von Diana Hobson

T he prospect of viewing more than 2,300 slides submitted by 800 artists


and designers, and selecting only 100 of the best new work, is daunt­
ing. Viewing three slides simultaneously at a fast pace necessitates snap
wie eine rein ornamentale Dekoration wirken. Aber in Wirklichkeit stellen
seine scheinbare Zerbrechlichkeit, die Ausarbeitung der Details, seine
Feinheit und die saubere Bearbeitung ebensowenig ubertriebene Pingelig-
judgments and further limits the viewer's ability to fairly evaluate an object
keit dar wie bei einem romischen Diatretglas, einer Emailglasschale der
from acolor slide. Slides taken of any object can lie, but those that attempt
Renaissance Oder einem perfekten Weinglas.
to reveal the reflected and transmitted light on and through glass can
Techniken steigen und fallen ebenso wie Stile in der Beliebtheit und
severely alter one's perception of reality.
spiegeln sich alljahrlich in dieser Publikation wider. Seit kurzem scheinen
Lamenting the necessity of using slides for this and other similarly large
organische freie Formen im Schwinden begriffen zu sein, wahrend Archi-
competitions, I will attempt to describe my reactions to the submissions
tektonisches im Kommen ist. Glasblasen war und wird auch weiterhin eine
which we evaluated. First, I was impressed by the high professional level of
bildhauerische Alternative bilden, aber sein Potential sollte noch weiter
apparent idea and workmanship. Second, there were no pervasive
erschlossen werden. Besonders Kunstler aus den USA haben Techniken,
trends. Third, there was nothing to catch my attention as a remarkably,
wie Schliff, Gravur und Formblasen vernachlassigt, weil sie ihnen zu eng
wonderfully new idea. Artists who have chosen glass as their exclusive or
und einseitig erscheinen mogen. Aber eigentlich konnen sie, wenn sie
primary medium borrow from current and past work in glass and from
angebracht sind, ebenso wie die Sandstrahlbearbeitung oder Bemalung
artists in other media.
die Wirkung von geblasenem Glas nur unterstreichen.
There were excellent architectural uses for glass, handsome functional
Vielleicht werden die Juroren im nachsten Jahr diesen kurzsichtigen
designs for manufacture, and a few interesting large outdoor sculptures.
Trend, der vom Blasen wegfuhrt, beklagen. Doch floBt er mir ein neues
Jewelry examples were few and hardly original enough to compete with
Vertrauen in die kunstlerische Zukunft von Glas ein. Ich vermute auch,
objects made for purely expressive purposes.
daB, wenn das Pendel wieder in Richtung geblasenes Glas ausschlagen
What recurring themes or ideas were there? Architectural references -
wird, die Resultate die besten ihrer Art sein werden, die wir jemals gesehen
especially arches, niches, and columns - often made of opaque pate de
haben.
verre to resemble stone. Stone itself, and metal of various kinds, in
combination with glass for contrast and weight. Contrasts of form -
Susanne K. Frantz (SKF)
amorphous with geometric - also were notable. Geometric abstractions in
AuBerordentliche Kuratorin fur den Bereich Glas des 20. Jahrh.
both transparent and opaque glasses continue in popularity. The interest
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continues in molding and casting techniques so pronounced in recent
years, and in other "warm glass" techniques. Figurative and narrative
imagery - especially enameled on vessels or flat surfaces - remains a
strong direction for many artists.
Decorative elements that I recognized in several entries included the
coiled form, both as a flat graphic inclusion with other floating squiggles
D ie Aussicht, mehr als 2300 Dias anzuschauen, die von 800 Kunstlern
und Designern eingereicht wurden, und nur 100 der besten neuen
Arbeiten auszuwahlen, ist deprimierend. Um 3 Dias gleichzeitig in schnel-
and as a three-dimensional foundation for a vessel. Spherical feet -
lem Durchgang sehen zu konnen, bedarf eines flotten Urteilsvermogens,
usually in threes - were popular supports for vessels, too. Of all the vessel
und daruberhinaus wird die Fahigkeit des Betrachters eingeschrankt, dem
variations, the cone-stuck-in-a-sphere was the most popular.
Objekt anhandeines Farbdias gerecht zu werden. Dias konnen lugen, von
The selection from which we had to choose 100 examples was vibrant
welchem Gegenstand sie auch immer aufgenommen sein mogen, aber
with color and often highly animated in form. The year past was another
solche, die das reflektierte und durchscheinende Licht auf und im Glas
interesting one for world glass. I admire the vitality of the contemporary
wiederzugeben suchen, konnen das eigene Wahrnehmungsvermogen
glass movement, and I can only encourage the exploration of new ideas
schwerwiegend verandern.
while applauding also those artists who refine and develop their creative
Indem ich die Notwendigkeit beklage, bei diesem oder ahnlichen
directions too slowly to warrant inclusion in this annualsurvey of the new in
Wettbewerben solcher GroBe mit Dias arbeiten zu mussen, will ich den
glass.
Versuch machen, meine Reaktion auf die Einsendungen zu beschreiben,
die wir ausgewahlt haben. Zum ersten war ich von dem hohen professio-
Lloyd E. Herman (LH)
nellen Niveau vermeintlicher Ideen und handwerklicher Ausfuhrung
Independent curator
beeindruckt. Zum zweiten waren keine beherrschendenTrends erkennbar.
Founding Director of the Smithsonian Institution's
Und drittens bemerkte ich keinen erstaunlichen, herrlichen, neuen Einfall,
Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.C.
der meine Aufmerksamkeit erregt hatte. Kunstler, die in Glasihren einzigen
oder doch vorrangigen Werkstoff sehen, machen bei aktuellen Glasarbbei-
ten und denen derVergangenheit Anleihen sowie bei Kunstlern, die mit
anderen Materialien arbeiten.

T he jurors for the New Glass Review competition have a difficult task
before them each year: that of choosing 100 objects from the 2,000
selections submitted by artists whose works reflect current developments
Es gab in der Architektur hervorragende Anwendungsmoglichkeiten fur
Glas sowie im guten funktionalen Produktdesign, und es gab einige
interessante groBe AuBenskulpturen. Im Bereich Schmuckfanden sich
in glass art. nur wenige Beispiele, die kaum originell genug waren, um mit den Objek-
The four jurors for the 1986 competition gradually developed a feeling for ten konkurrieren zu konnen, die aus einem rein expressiven Anliegen
the elements of composition, idea, and expression in the pieces they were heraus geschaffen wurden.
viewing. These elements were the basis for the jury's selections. Our first Welche Ideen oder Themen tauchten nun immer wieder auf? Architektur-
objective was to find the essence of the ideas expressed in the glass, even bezuge - besonders Bogen, Nischen und Saulen - oft in opakem pate de
when those ideas were not always clearly discernible. verre, um sie wie Steine aussehen zu lassen. Stein selbst und verschie-
One of my hesitations when reviewing the selections was the need to dene Metalle in Kombination mit Glas, um Gegensatze undGewichte zum
realize the creative power inherent in many pieces - a power which often Ausdruckzu bringen. Formenkontraste-Amorphes mit Geometrischem-
was not as yet quite mature. It is unfortunate in such a judging that the fielen ebenfalls ins Auge. Geometrische Abstraktionen sowohl in transpa-
objects which one knows will be more fully realized in the future cannot be renten als auch in opaken Glasern erfreuen sich weiterhin an Beliebtheit.
selected at this point. One must always be conscious as well of the Das in den vergangenen Jahren so ausgepragte Interesse an Model- und
limitations inherent in the judging of works of art from color slides alone. GuBtechniken sowie anderen „warmen" Glastechniken bleibt bestehen.
Another factor which must be considered is the goal of the annual Viele Kunstler bewegen sich nach wie vor in Richtung figurlicher und
competition: that of looking for new work. On this score, many pieces, erzahlerischer Bildwelt und emaillieren damit besonders GefaBe oder
although most interesting in their own right, had to be rejected because of flache Oberflachen.
their similarity to selections reviewed just one year ago. Dekorelemente, die ich bei verschiedenen Einsendungen wiederer-
Perhaps it would be more fruitful to select from the 100 final objects kannte, sind beispielsweise gewundene Formen, sowohl als flacher
some five or more works which show a truly new level of creativity. In this grafischer EinschluB mit anderen flieBenden Schnorkeln als auch als
way we could avoid the tension inherent between quality of work and dreidimensionale Sockel fur GefaBe. Weiterhin boten KugelfuBe - norma-
newness of concept. This broadening of the criteria could help in observing lerweise 3 davon -eine bevorzugte Stutze fur Behalter. Von alien GefaBva-
the continuity of artistic development. riationen war die Integration eines tutenformigen Gebildes in eine Kugel
Certain general observations can be made on the basis of the works die beliebteste.
reviewed in the 1986 competition: Der Uberblick, fur den wir hundert Beispiele zusammenstellen sollten,
1. Some of the traditional categories in glassmaking seem to be missing. war farbenprachtig und oft hochanregend in den Formen. Das vergangene
These include blown, cut, painted, and engraved techniques. Jahr ist fur die Glaswelt ein weiteres interessantes Jahr gewesen. Ich
2. An interest in the use of new technologies, particularly those involving bewunderedieVitalitatderzeitgenossischen Glasbewegung undkanndie
poured and cast glass, seemed paramount. Entwicklung neuer Ideen nur unterstutzen. Gleichzeitig werde ich aber
3. Glass seems to be employed more for contrast or for its harmonious auch den Kunstlern Beifall zollen, die Wert darauf legen ihre Linie zu
relationship with other media, and less as an art form in its own right. verfeinern und langsam zu entwickeln, was einer Aufnahme in diese
As a result, the jury was left with a longing for some promising works jahrliche Ubersicht dessen, was im Glas neu ist, entgegensteht.
which involved blown, engraved, and cut glass.
One area of glassmaking was missing in the selections offered to the Lloyd E. Herman (LH)
jury this year: factory-produced glass. Was this because artistic creativity Freier Kurator
is dormant in the factory world, or was this an oversight on the part of the Grundungsdirektor der dem Smithsonian Institut angegliederten
factories and their artists who did not submit entries to the competition? Renwick Gallery in Washington, D. C.
In the sphere of architectural glass, there was no new direction. There
were no satisfactory attempts to solve the problem of the relationship
between architectonic space and monumental works of art in glass. There
were a few hesitant steps in this direction, but these were primarily
individual artistic efforts. This is particularly a pity when, as we know, in
Czechoslovakia there are some young artists of great promise who could
D ie Juroren des New Glas ReviewWettbewerbs haben jedes Jahr eine
schwierige Aufgabe vor sich. Sie sollen aus 2000 Einsendungen
100 Objekte solcher Kunstler auswahlen, deren Arbeiten aktuelle Entwick-
approach this problem withthe proper logical symbiosis between architec­ lungen in der Glaskunst widerspiegeln.
tural space and glass art. Die vier Juroren des 1986er Wettbewerbs entwickelten nach und nach
I would recommend the enlarging of the criteria for the competition so bei den Stucken, die sie sich ansahen, ein Gespurfur Kompositionsele-
that the current concern with the complexities of glass design and produc­ mente, Ideen und Ausdrucksmoglichkeiten. Diese Elemente boten der
tion can receive the proper attention. Perhaps the emphasis on newness Jury bei ihrer Auswahl eine Basis. Unser erstes Anliegen war es, die
and uniqueness misses the proper concerns of a competition such as this wesentliche Idee zu ermitteln, die dem Glas zugrunde lag, auch wenn sie
one - which should be for concept and experimentation which will lead to nicht immer klar erkennbar war.
true artistic creation in the art of glass. Einer der Punkte, der mich bei der Jurierung der Einsendungen zogern
I must close by emphasizing the concern being offered by The Corning lieB, war das Bedurfnis, der kreativen Kraft gewahr zu werden, die vielen
Museum of Glass for a systematic appreciation of glass art, not only in the Stucken anhaftete - eine Kraft, die jedoch oft noch nicht ganz ausgereift
United States but throughout the world. That this appreciation is obviously war. Bei solchen Jurierungen ist es unglucklich, daB man die Objekte, von
worldwide can be seenin the exceptional creative attempts being made by denen man weiB, daB sie in Zukunft uberzeugender ausgefuhrt werden, zu
glassmakers everywhere and in the number of entries in the 1986 New diesem Zeitpunkt noch nicht auswahlen kann. Auch muB man sich der
Glass Review competition. Grenzen einer Jurierung von Kunstwerken ausschlieBlich anhand von
Farbdias bewuBt sein.
Stanislav Libensky (SL) Ein weiterer Punkt, liber den nachgedacht werden sollte, ist die Zielset-
Artist and former professor zung dieses jahrlichen Wettbewerbs, und zwar das Ausschauhalten nach
at the Academy of Applied Arts, Prague, C.S.R. neuen Arbeiten. Unter diesem Aspekt muBten viele Stucke, die fur sich
gesehen sehr interessant waren, zuruckgewiesen werden, weil sie den
ausgewahlten Stucken des Vorjahres ahnelten.
Vielleicht ware es fruchtbarer, aus den 100 Objekten der Endauswahl
etwa 5 oder mehr auszusuchen, die ein wirklichneues Niveau an Kreativi-
tat aufweisen. Auf diese Art konnten wir Spannungen vermeiden, die
zwischen der Qualitat einer Arbeit und der Neuheit eines Konzepts
bestehen. Die Ausweitung der Kriterien ware hilfreich, wenn es darum
geht, die Kontinuitat einer kunstlerischen Entwicklung im Auge zu
behalten.
Einige allgemeine Beobachtungen konnen auf der Grundlage
der fur den 1986er Wettbewerb durchgesehenen Arbeiten gemacht
werden:
1. Manche der traditionellen Kategorien der Glasgestaltung, wie Blasen,
Schliff, Bemalung und Gravur scheinen zu fehlen.
2. Es besteht ein ausgepragtes Interesse an der Verwendung neuer schem Raum und Glaskunst logisch durchdringen konnten.
Technologien, besonders dem GlasguG. Ich wurde fur den Wettbewerb die Ausweitung der Kriterien empfehlen,
3. Glas scheint weniger als eigenstandige Kunstform und mehr damit die augenblicklichen Bemuhungen um die komplexen Beziehungen
in seinem Kontrast oder in seiner harmonischen Beziehung zu anderen zwischen Glasdesign und Produktion angemessen berucksichtigt werden
Werkstoffen gebraucht zu werden. konnten. Vielleicht geht durch die Betonung der Neuheit und Einmaligkeit
Aus diesen Grunden entstand bei der Jury das Bedurfnis nach einigen das eigentliche Anliegen eines solchen Wettbewerbs verloren, namlich
vielversprechenden Werken, bei denen geblasenes, graviertes und das der geistigen Gestaltungskraft und des Experiments, welche die
geschliffenes Glas verwandt wird. Glaskunst zu wirklich kunstlerischen Leistungen fuhren konnten.
Ein Bereich der Glasgestaltung fehlte dieses Jahr bei den zur Jurierung Ich schlieBe, indem ich die Bemuhungen des Corning Museumof Glass
eingesandten Arbeiten: Manufakturglas. Lag das daran, da(3 in der um eine systematisch betriebene Wurdigung der Glaskunst hervorhebe,
Fabrikwelt kunstlerische Kreativitat brachliegt, oder ist es ein Versaumnis und zwar nicht nur in den Vereinigten Staaten, sondern uberall in der Welt.
der Manufakturen und ihrer Kunstler, daf3 sie fur diesen Wettbewerb keine Da(3 diese Wurdigung offensichtlich auch weltweit erfolgt, wird uberall
Arbeiten einreichten? durch die auGergewohnlich kreativen Ansatze der Glasgestalter und die
Im Architekturglas gab es keine neue Richtung. Es fehltenbefriedigende Anzahl der Einsendungen fur den 1986er New Glass Review Wettbewerb
Ansatze, die zur Losung des Problems von Beziehungen zwischen belegt.
architektonischem Raum und monumentalen Kunstwerken aus Glas
beigetragen hatten. Zwar waren einige zaghafte Schrittein diese Richtung Stanislav Libensky (SL)
unternommen worden, aber es handelte sich hier in erster Linie um Kunstler und emeritierter Professor
individuelle kunstlerische Bestrebungen. Das ist insofern besonders an der Akademie fur Angewandte Kunst, Prag, CSSR
schade, als es, wie wir wissen, in derTschechoslowakei einige junge,
vielversprechende Kunstler gibt, die dieses Problem von architektoni­ Ubersetzungen: Rosita Bernstein

Note SchIuBbemerkung
In 1986, nearly 6,000 copies of the New Glass Review 8 prospectus 1986 sind fast alle Prospekte fur New Glass Review 8 versandt
were mailed. Each entrant submitted a maximum of three slides. A total worden. JederTeilnehmer reichte maximal drei Dias ein. Insgesamt
of 828 individuals and companies representing 30 countries submitted schickten uns 828 Personen und Gesellschaften aus 30 Landern 2254
2,254 slides.The 100 objects illustrated in this Review were selected by Dias. Die 100 Objekte, die in diesem Review abgebildet sind, wurden
the four jurors, whose initials follow the descriptions of the objects they von vier Juroren ausgesucht, deren Initialen auf die Beschreibung der
chose. Objekte, die sie wahlten, folgen.
All slides submitted to New Glass Review are retained in the Mu­ Alle fur New Glass Review eingereichten Dias werden in den Archi-
seum's archives, where they may be viewed by those interested in ven des Museums aufbewahrt, wo sie denjenigen, die sich fur zeitgenos-
contemporary work in glass. Copies of slides published in any of the sisches Glasschaffen interessieren, zur Verfugung stehen. Kopien der
past Reviews may be purchased by special order from the Sales Dias, die in vergangenen Reviews publiziert wurden, konnen bei der
Department of the Museum. Copies of New Glass Review 3 (1982) and Verkaufsabteilung des Museums bestellt werden. Exemplare des New
New Glass Review 7 (1986) are still available from the Sales Depart­ Glass Review 3 (1982) und New Glass Review 7 (1986) sind dort
ment, whichcan also supply all back issues of the Review inblack-and- ebenfalls erhaltlich. Die Verkaufsabteilung kann auch alle vergangenen
white microfiche. Ausgaben des Review auf schwarz-weiB Microfiche liefern.
The coordinator of the New Glass Review competition atThe Corning Der Koordinator des New Glass Review Wettbewerbs am Corning
Museum of Glass would like to thank all of the artists anddesigners who Museum of Glass mochte all den Kunstlern und Designern danken, die
generously submitted their slides for consideration. Special thanks are ihre Dias zur Beurteilung eingereicht haben. Besonderer Dank gebuhrt
due to those who made this publication possible: Louise Bush, Charlene denen, die diese Publikation ermoglicht haben: Louise Bush, Charlene
Holland, Barbara Miller, Richard Price, and Violet Wilson. Holland, Barbara Miller, Richard Price und Violet Wilson.
Artists and Objects
Artists and Objects* 1 Tom Armbruster
6398 Stow Road
4 Brian Scott Benefield
2325 Pliny Street
Hudson, Ohio 44236 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808
Vessel Form # 11986 Grievous Angel
* Descriptive information has been provided by the artists./Die Beschreibungen Cast crystal; sandblasted/Gegos- Fused and painted glass, cast
wurden von den Kunstlern zur Verfugung gestellt. senes Kristallglas, sandstrahlbear- bronze/Verschmolzenes und be­
beitet maltes Glas, gegossene Bronze
H. 23 cm, W. 40 cm, D. 27 cm H. 52 cm, W. 35 cm, D. 2 cm
TSB, SKF, SL TSB, LH, SL

2 TinaAufiero 5 Zoltan Bohus


New York, United States Martirok Utja41
La Donna Qui Dorme Tutte Des Budapest 1024, Hungary
Alberi Sonno Soi Lighting Glas Composition, Hotel
Cast glass, painted wood/Gegos- Club Tihany
senes Glas, bemaltes Holz Safety glass sheets inmetal frame,
H. 118 cm, W. 150 cm, D. 25 cm laminated and polished central
TSB, SKF element/Sicherheitsglas: Metall-
rahmen, laminiertes und poliertes
3 Harald Barnstedt Mittelteil
Davidgasse 96/10 H. 70 cm, W. 360 cm, D. 360 cm
A-1100 Vienna, Austria TSB, SKF, SL
Der Schlussel
Blown, engraved/Geblasen, gra-
viert
H. 17 cm, W. 18 cm
LH, SL

1
6 Laura Bosse 8 Ruth Brockmann
1727 Coventry #2 6104 Lackey Road
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118 Vaughn, Washington 98394
Sarpati Spirit Within Spirit (Family of Kings
Cast glass, paint/Gegossenes Series)
Glas, Farbe Cast glass, copper and fused glass
H. 32 cm, W. 84 cm, D. 33 cm inclusions/Gegossenes Glas,
TSB, SKF, SL Kupfer und verschmolzene Glas-
einschlusse
H. 43 cm, W. 35 cm, D. 4 cm
TSB, SL

9 George Bucquet
7 Amanda Brisbane Penland Road
The Lee Penland, North Carolina 28765
Knighton, Powys LD7 1NE,
England Spinal Vortex
Cast glass, steel, internal lighting/
Untitled GegossenesGlas, Stahl, im Innern
Sandcast, blown/SandguB, gebla- beleuchtet
sen H. 376 cm, W. 122 cm, D. 122 cm
H. 58 cm, W. 50 cm, D. 8 cm LH, SL
TSB, SKF
10 Thomas S. Buechner III
77 West Market Street
Corning, New York 14830
Yellow Vase
Blown (by Lino Tagliapietra)/Ge-
blasen (von Lino Tagliapietra)
H. 26 cm, W. 14 cm, D. 14 cm
SL
11 Mary Ann Caffery 14 Robert Carlson
1314 Westmoreland Drive P.O. Box 456
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806 Tucson, Arizona 85702
The Inner Sanctum
Leaded glass; painted, drilled/Blei- Blown glass, enamel paint/Gebla-
verglasung; bemalt, gebohrt senes Glas, Emailfarbe
••• •• • • • • • H. 203 cm, W. 163 cm H. 33 cm, W. 10 cm
SKF, SL TSB, SKF, LH, SL
• • • sc \v. a ® • •
• • p ® ,• • •
12 David W. Camner
211 Doyle Avenue
Providence, Rhode Island 02906 15 Jon F. Clark
;{ff || 7703 Union Avenue
Primus

«*si h '
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 19117
Mold-blown glass, cast bronze/
Formgeblasenes Glas, gegossene Envy - Ruptus
Bronze Mold-blown glass, synthetic mate­
H. 22 cm, W. 22 cm, D. 75 cm rials, painted wood, marble/Form-
•>iii' i:;.:' i ~ • " TSB, SL geblasenes Glas, synthetische
Materialien, bemaltes Holz, Mar-
?
mor
* «ti*. t,» n 13 AnnaCarlgren H. 100 cm, W. 32 cm, D. 28 cm
Bellamystraat91-93 TSB, SKF, LH
- .H»r iff n NL-1053 BJ Amsterdam,
the Netherlands
i «
Equilibrium
Cast, cut, polished/Gegossen,
geschliffen, poliert
H. 2.5 cm, W. 30 cm, D. 5.5 cm
TSB, SKF, SL

13
16 Daniel Clayman 18 Einarde la Torre
217 Rochambeau Avenue A.P. 1862
Providence, Rhode Island 02906 Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
What's Left Demostrasion (Virtuosidad)
Cast/Gegossen Blown and manipulated glass,
H. 15 cm, W. 28 cm, D. 12.5 cm Vitrolite and silicone base/Gebla-
TSB, SKF senes und bearbeitetes Glas,
Vitrolite und Silikonsockel
17 Stephen Paul Day H. 39 cm, W. 21 cm, D. 22 cm
Louisiana, United States SKF, LH
Anne O'Brien Gallery
1701 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W. 19 Ron Desmett
Suite 101 R.D. 3, Box 3AB
Washington, D.C. 20006 Oakdale, Pennsylvania 15071
Dictator Large Chairs
Fused glass, ceramic paper, Blown, with hot applications/Gebla-
copper and enamel inserts, cast sen, mit Aufschmelzungen
aluminumA/erschmolzenes Glas, H. 42 cm, W. 25 cm, D. 25 cm
Keramik -Papier, Kupfer und LH, SL
Emaileinschlusse, gegossenes
Aluminium 20 Fred diFrenzi
H. 48 cm, W. 28 cm, D. 23 cm 11906 Wetherby Avenue
TSB, SKF, SL Middletown, Kentucky 40243
diFrenzi Leitz 101
Shaped flat glass with enamels,
cast glass, gold leaf/Geformtes
Flachglas mit Email, gegossenes
Glas, Blattgold
H. 65 cm, W. 60 cm, D. 17 cm
TSB, LH
21 Jurgen Drewer-Reisinger 24 Thomas Farbanish
Schlehenweg 10 New York, United States
D-4055 Niederkruchten, Federal Heller Gallery
Republic of Germany 71 Greene Street
Enjoy Coca Cola Don't Be Sad New York, New York 10012
Flat glass, wire, plastic/Flachglas, Urn
Draht, Kunststoff Blown, sandblasted, enameled/
H. 80 cm, W. 80 cm Geblasen, sandstrahlbearbeitet,
TSB, LH, SL emailbemalt
H. 39 cm, W. 40 cm, D. 9 cm
22 Stephen Dale Edwards SKF, LH, SL
14901 130th Avenue N.E.
Kirkland, Washington 98034 25 John Feige
4864 Trantin Drive
Awak Waunakee, Wisconsin 53597
Cast optical glass, aluminum base/
Gegossenes optisches Glas, Still Life Series: Mirror
Aluminium-Sockel Cast glass, enamels/Gegossenes
H. 40 cm, W. 14 cm, D. 15 cm Glas, Email
TSB, SKF, LH H. 75 cm, W. 45 cm, D. 17 cm
TSB, SKF, SL
23 Judi Elliott
RMB 300 Widgiewa Road
Bungendore, 2621 N.S.W.,
Australia
Untitled
Fused, slumped/Verschmolzen,
heiBverformt
H. 4 cm, W. 46 cm, D. 46 cm
TSB, SKF, SL
26 Jitka Forejtova 28 LisaGherardi
Kourimska 14 Elandsgracht 65 II
130 00 Prague 3, Vinohrady, 1016 TP Amsterdam, the Nether­
Czechoslovakia lands
Old Garden Box with Daggers
Cut, fused, slumped/Geschliffen, Sandcast glass, wood/Sandgegos-
verschmolzen, heiBverformt senes Glas, Holz
H. 7 cm, W. 31 cm H. 11 cm, W. 40 cm, D. 24 cm
TSB, SL TSB, SKF, LH, SL

27 Michael Gentile 29 Michael M. Glancy


19077 Inglewood Drive Massachusetts, United States
Rocky River, Ohio 44116 Heller Gallery
Bambo Boogie - #2 71 Greene Street
Cast glass, Vitrolite, watercolor New York, New York 10012
paint, wood; sandblasted/Gegos- Parallel Arc
senes Glas, Vitrolite, Wasserfarbe, Blown glass, electroformed cop-
Holz; sandstrahlbearbeitet per/Geblasenes Glas, elektroly-
H. 18.8 cm, W. 23.8 cm, D. 5.0 cm tisch aufgebrachtes Kupfer
TSB, SL H. 27 cm, W. 23 cm, D. 23 cm
TSB, SL

30 Robin Grebe
388 Harvard Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
Historical Analogy
Pate de verre
H. 28 cm, W. 11 cm, D. 9 cm
TSB, SKF, LH, SL
31 Jin Harcuba 34 Lee Hervey
Czechoslovakia 59 Bowen Street
Kurland/Summers Gallery Providence, Rhode Island 02906
8742 A Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90069
Gauge 337
Fuse-cast glass, carved stone/Ver-
Franz Kafka schmolzenes, gegossenes Glas,
Engraved/Graviert bearbeiteter Stein
H. 17 cm, D. 3 cm H. 10 cm, W. 50 cm, D. 70 cm
TSB, SL TSB, LH, SL
32 Richard Harned
1000 West Second Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Tireadmit!" Metaphysical
Interactions 35 Diana Hobson
Ultraviolet lamps, glass, steel, 7 Church Crescent
mirror/Ultraviolette Lampen, Glas, London E9 7DH, England
Stahl, Spiegel Progressive Series No. 5
H. 420 cm, W. 420 cm, D. 240 cm Pate de verre
LH, SL H. 15.5 cm, W. 20 cm, D. 10 cm
TSB, SKF
33 Karl Hensei
1401 Three Mile Run Road
Perkasie, Pennsylvania 18944
Cat Lady Mathematician
Enameled glass panels, wood,
steel, oil paint/Emailbemalte Glas-
tafeln, Holz, Stahl, Olfarbe
H. 72 cm, W. 85 cm, D. 41 cm
LH
•MM
36 David Hopper 38 Kazumi Ikemoto
2902 Neal Road Japan
Paradise, California 95969 Portrait III
Shattered Painting Flat glass and copper; painted,
Glass and paint; modeled, carved, sandblasted/Flachglas undKupfer;
and cased/Glas und Farbe; ge- bemalt, sandstrahlbearbeitet
formt, geschnitten und uberfangen H. 545 cm, W. 727 cm, D. 1 cm
H. 43 cm, W. 21 cm, D. 14 cm TSB, SKF, LH, SL
TSB, SKF, LH, SL
39 Mattias Ingman
37 Elaine Hyde littala Glassworks
28 Anacapa Street 14500 littala, Finland
Santa Barbara, California 93101 Intersection
Exploding Coffee Cups Blown, sandblasted, cut, polished/
Blown glass and sterling silver Geblasen, sandstrahlbearbeitet,
handles; iridized, sandblasted, geschliffen, poliert
drilled/Geblasenes Glas und Ster- H. 15 & 22 cm, W. 11 &13cm
lingsilber-Henkel; irisiert, sand- TSB, LH
strahlbearbeitet, gebohrt
H. 6.5 cm, W. 11 cm, D. 6 cm 40 Makotolto
TSB, LH 28-2 Unoki 3-chome, Ota-ku
Tokyo 146, Japan
Construction
Hot-worked/HeiB gearbeitet
H. 30 cm, W. 26 cm, D. 6.5 cm
TSB, SKF, LH, SL
41 Kathy Jackson Geatzt mit Hinterglasmalerei
2440 Shirley Drive H. 78.5 cm, W. 76 cm
Jackson, Michigan 49202 TSB, LH, SL
Drapery Series: Twin Monolithes
Fused and slumped mosaic glass, 44 Dale C. Johnson
pate de verreA/erschmolzenes 1090 43rd Street #3
und heiBverformtes Mosaikglas; Emeryville, California 94608
pate de verre Bust
H. 19 cm, W. 23 cm, D. 13 cm Slumped, pate de verre/HeiBver-
TSB, SL formt, pate de verre
H. 26.0 cm, W. 50.4 cm,
D. 26.4 cm
42 Eileen W. Jager LH,SL
224 Kings Road
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 45 Kreg Kallenberger
19462 1608 South Troost
Mask III Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120
Slumped plate glass; enameled/ Titanic Series #28886
HeiBverformtes Flachglas; email- Lead crystal; cast, cut, polished/
bemalt Bleikristall; gegossen, geschliffen,
H. 34 cm, W. 33 cm, D. 16 cm poliert
TSB, SKF, SL H. 17.5 cm, W. 45 cm, D. 12.5 cm
TSB, LH
43 Judy Bally Jensen
1009 Ruth Avenue
Austin, Texas 78757
Voyeur
Etched glass with reverse painting/
46 Marian Karel Winning Vase
Czechoslovakia Blown, sandblasted, enameled/
Geblasen, sandstrahlbearbeitet,
Three in a Space emailbemalt
Flat glass, metal/Flachglas, Metall H. 26 cm, W. 17 cm, D. 17 cm
H. 500 cm, W. 900 cm TSB, SKF
TSB, LH, SL

47 Daniel King-Lehman
21680 Summit Road 49 Tomohiko Kurosaki
Los Gatos, California 95030 Japan
Thanksgiving Vase No. 1
Glass beads/Glasperlen Pate de verre
H. 17.7 cm, W. 11 cm, D. 16.5 cm H. 12 cm, W. 8 cm, D. 5 cm
TSB, SKF, SL TSB, SL

48 Toan Klein
280 College Street
Toronto, OntarioM5T1R9, Canada 50 Warren Langley
5/32 Quinton Road
Manly, N.S.W. 2095, Australia
Druid Site #33
Fused glass/VerschmolzenesGlas
H. 58 cm, W. 33 cm, D. 9 cm
SKF

48
51 Lisa Lebow 54 Flora Mace
P.O. Box 63
Caspar, California 95420
and Joey Kirkpatrick
2107 North 34th Street
Two Heads and Their Spirits Seattle, Washington 98103
Blown glass, acrylic/Geblasenes
Glas, Acryl
Bridge of Blue Light
Mold- and free-blown glass, wood/
H. 90 cm, W. 70 cm, D. 4 cm
In dieForm und frei geblasen,Holz
SKF, SL
H. 64 cm, W. 51 cm, D. 28 cm
52 Stanislav Libensky TSB, LH, SL
and Jaroslava Brychtova
Czechoslovakia
Metamorphoses V 55 Peter J. Mangan
Cast, cut, polished/Gegossen, 634A Guerrero Street
geschliffen, poliert San Francisco, California 94110
H. 60 cm, W. 45 cm, D. 35 cm Life of a Cat
TSB, SKF, LH Fused glass, mixed media/Ver-
schmolzenes Glas, mixed Media
53 Mark Lorenzi H. 33 cm, W. 29 cm, D. 50 cm
P.O. Box 866 TSB, LH, SL
North Bennington, Vermont 05257
Untitled
Fuse-cast/Verschmolzen-gegos-
sen
H. 12 cm, W. 62 cm, D. 62 cm
TSB, SKF
56 Paul Marioni 58 Hideko Masuda
4136 Meridian Avenue N. Japan
Seattle, Washington 98103 A Seed Leaf
Couple in Heat Kiln-formed/Ofengeformt
Sandcast glass (hollow); enam- H. 9.5 cm, W. 25 cm, D. 25 cm
eled/Sandgegossenes Glas (hohl); TSB, SL
emailbemalt
H. 26 cm, W. 30 cm, D. 13 cm 59 Annette Meech
TSB, SKF, LH, SL The Glasshouse
65 Long Acre
57 Concetta Mason London WC2, England
1237 East Main Street Basket
Rochester, New York 14609 Blown glass; hot fabrication, sand-
Transcending blasted/Geblasenes Glas; heil3
Blown glass; broken, sandblasted, verarbeitet, sandstrahlbearbeitet
enameled/Geblasenes Glas; ge- H. 41 cm, W. 28 cm, D. 5 cm
brochen, sandstrahlbearbeitet, TSB, SKF, LH
emailbemalt
H. 45.7 cm, W. 35.6 cm, D. 8.9 cm 60 Howard Meehan
SKF, LH, SL 7734 E. SW. Barns Road
Portland, Oregon 97225
Tabernacle (to hold silver chalice)
Plate glass; sand- and water jet-
blasted/Flachglas; sand- und
wasserstrahlbearbeitet
H. 121.9cm, W.38.1 cm,D.38.1 cm
TSB, SL

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61 Michael Meilahn 64 Kathleen Mulcahy
8805 Deer Drive R.D. 3, Box 3AB
Pickett, Wisconsin 54964 Oakdale, Pennsylvania 15071
Composition in Blue Beautiful Twister
Blown and plate glass, painted Blown, cast/Geblasen, gegossen
steel; sandblasted/Geblasenes H. 54 cm, W. 20 cm, D. 20 cm
Glas, Flachglas, bemalter Stahl; SKF, LH
sandstrahlbearbeitet
H. 50 cm, W. 85 cm, D. 40 cm
LH, SL
62 Krista Minten 65 Shinichi Muro
Bonner StraBe 183 Japan
5202 Hennef/Sieg, Federal
Republic of Germany The Way to the Castle
Blown, sandblasted/Geblasen,
Turmbau zu Babel sandstrahlbearbeitet
Engraved glass, wire, zinc sheet H. 22 cm, W. 18 cm, D. 14 cm
metal/Graviertes Glas, Draht, TSB, SKF, SL
Zinkblech
H. 47 cm, W. 25 cm
SKF, LH

63 Keiko Mukaide
4-20-6 Syonantakatori
Yokosuka, Kanagawa 237, Japan
Kami kara no katachi No. 1
Pate de verre
H. 4 cm, W. 19 cm, D. 19 cm
TSB, SKF, SL
66 Joel Philip Myers 68 Bretislav Novak, Jr.
RR2, Bunn Street Road 46831 Mala Skala 125,
Bloomington, Illinois 61701 Czechoslovakia
Untitled Sculpture in Three Parts
Blown/Geblasen Opal optical glass, inlaid metal foil;
H. 33 cm, W. 39 cm, D. 11 cm cut/OptischesOpalglas, eingelegte
TSB, SL Metallfolie; geschliffen
H. 27 cm, W. 30 cm, D. 25 cm
67 Yumi Nishimura TSB, SKF, SL
c/o Kaneko-Bild 301
1700-125 Kamihirama, 69 Lucas Novotny
Nakahara-ku California, United States
Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa-ken,
Japan Paganini
Cut, carved, polished/Geschliffen,
Gonza geschnitten, poliert
Pate de verre W. 50 cm, D. 10 cm
H. 20 cm, W. 25 cm, D. 36 cm TSB, LH, SL
TSB, SKF, SL
70 Daniel J. Obendorfer
Libbey Glass
Ohio, United States
Vista Tumblers
Machine-blown/Maschinen-
geblasen
H. 16.0 cm, W. 7.3 cm, D. 7.0 cm
(tallest)
TSB, SL
71 Bun-ichi Okamoto 74 Jochem Poensgen
559-11 Yatsu PoststraBe 7
Shizuoka-shi, Shizuoka-ken, 4000 Dusseldorf 1,
Japan Federal Republic of Germany
Le Texte du plaisir Untitled
Pate de verre Optically kinetic construction: flat
H. 14.5 cm, W. 18.0 cm, glass; beveled, leaded/Optisch-ki-
D. 8.0 cm (left) netische Konstruktion: Flachglas;
TSB, SKF, SL schrag geschliffen, verbleit
H. 80.0 cm, W. 57.5 cm, D. 4.0 cm
TSB, LH
72 Hidetaka Ono
Ono Crystal Co., Ltd.
396 Gake
75 Richard Posner
Yashio-shi, Saitama-ken 340, 1314 Denny Way
Japan Seattle, Washington 98109
Debeso (nabel) American Memory
Blown/Geblasen
Blown, graal decoration/Geblasen,
H. 10 cm, W. 7 cm in Graal-Technik dekoriert
TSB, SKF, LH Diam. 33 cm, D. 0.5 cm
TSB, LH, SL
73 Thomas Patti
Maple Street SR 89
Plainfield, Massachusetts 01070
Blue Vane
"Air-cast"/„Luftgegossen"
H. 9 cm, W. 13.5 cm, D. 2.8 cm
TSB, LH, SL
76 Rainey-Cooper Partnership 79 Ruri
13/14 Vandy Street Gardastraeti 2
London EC2 ADE, England P.O. Box 353
Rhodes Doorway 121 Reykjavik, Iceland
Drawing on glass/Zeichnung auf Time
Glas Sheets of window glass removed
H. 3.5 m, W. 2 m, D. 12 mm from dilapidated dwellings and
TSB, LH, SL photographically printed with ima­
ges of the original structures; soot,
77 Kirstie Rea mixed-media floor pieces from
P.O. Box 52 dwellings/Fensterscheiben aus
Manuka, A.C.T., Australia abgebrochenen Wohnungen auf
Set of six glass buttons fotografischem Wege bedruckt mit
den Abbildungen der Gebaude,
Pate de verre buttons;
aus denen sie stammen; RuB,
mixed-media portfolio/Pate de
verre Knopfe; mixed Media Mappe mixed Media Stiicke aus den Bo-
W. 4.5 cm (each) den der Wohnungen
TSB, SKF H. 400 cm, W. 700 cm, D. 700 cm
(overall)
78 Ginny Ruffner SKF, LH, SL
84 University, #400
Seattle, Washington 98101
The History of Shoes Compared to
Post-Modern Architecture 80 JaromirRybak
Flame-worked and sandblasted Svazna 11
glass, acrylic paint, pastels/Vorder 140 00 Prague 4, Czechoslovakia
Lampe geblasenes und sand- Pyramida
strahlbearbeitetes Glas, Acryl- und Engraved, cut, polished/Graviert,
Pastellfarbe geschliffen, poliert
H. 61 cm, W. 31 cm, D. 31 cm H. 14 cm, W. 40 cm, D. 40 cm
TSB, LH, SL TSB, SKF, SL
81 Judith Schaechter 84 Randy Sewell
1532 Rodman Street 706 Dunwoody Chace
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146 Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Nedoty Kompectomy Lancet Windows (Music Building,
Stained and leaded glass/Farbige Huntingdon College, Montgomery,
Bleiverglasung Alabama)
H. 61 cm, W. 33 cm Painted and leaded glass/Bemalte
TSB, SKF, LH, SL Bleiverglasung
H. 490 cm, W. 300 cm
LH
82 Michael Scheiner
150 Chestnut Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Lawn Chairs 85 Ryoji Shibuya
Blown alass, oil paint/Geblasenes 5-6-13 Tobio
Glas, Olfarbe Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan
H. 3.9 cm, W. 18.2 cm, D. 13 cm
TSB, SKF For the Long Trip
Fuse-cast, sandblasted, corroded,
enameled, polished/Verschmol-
83 Anne Schroeder-Mastandrea zen-gegossen, sandstrahlbearbei-
38 Evergreen Street tet, korrodiert, emailbemalt, poliert
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts H. 15 cm, W. 35 cm, D. 13 cm
02130 TSB, SKF, SL
Alex
Cast glass, oil paint/Gegossenes
Glas, Olfarbe
H. 17.5 cm, W. 36 cm, D. 40 cm
TSB, SL

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86 Josh Simpson 88 Durk Valkema
Frank Williams Road Bellamystraat 91-93
Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts 1053 BJ Amsterdam,
01370 the Netherlands
Tecktite 8-18 Joined Series Blue
Blown "Meteorite" glass, reactive Cast crystal; cut, adhered/Gegos-
silver interior/Geblasenes „Meteo- senes Kristallglas; geschliffen,
rit"-Glas, im Inneren reaktives geklebt
Silber H. 10 cm, W. 50 cm
H. 12 cm, W. 27 cm, D. 16 cm TSB, SKF, LH, SL
TSB, LH, SL
89 Mary Van Cline
87 David Taylor 1473 Elliott Avenue W.
The Glasshouse Seattle, Washington 98119
65 Long Acre
London WC2, England
The Healing Series
Plate and photosensitive glass,
Carved Scent Bottle neon, wood/Flachglas und photo-
Blown crystalwith trailed color; cut, sensitives Glas, Neon, Holz
carved, acid-polished/Geblasenes H. 35 cm, W. 30 cm
Kristallglas mit farbigen Faden; TSB, LH, SL
geschliffen, geschnitten, saurepo-
liert 90 Daniel Verberne
H. 25 cm, W. 12 cm, D. 3 cm Hapalmah Street
TSB, SKF, SL Moshava Kadima 60920, Israel
Double Opening
Mold-blown, etched, lustre-enam-
eled/Formgeblasen, geatzt,
Lustermalerei
H. 15 cm, W. 12 cm, D. 6 cm
TSB, SKF, SL
91 Janusz A. Walentynowicz 94 Walter White
P.O. Box 3111 and Benjamin Moore
Bloomington, Illinois 61702-3111 9401 42nd Avenue N.E.
Untitled Seattle, Washington 98115
Cast glass, oil paint on wood/Ge- Tourmaline Cone
gossenes Glas, Olfarbe auf Holz Blown glass, pierced and ham­
H. 54 cm, W. 54 cm mered copper base with brass
TSB, SKF, LH details/Geblasenes Glas, durch-
bohrter und gehammerter Kupfer-
92 James Walker sockel mit Messingdetails
30 Cheltenham Road, Devonport H. 46 cm, Diam. (base) 23 cm
Auckland 9, New Zealand TSB, LH
Empyrean 1000
(The Tongan Ministry of Foreign 95 David Wilde
Affairs, Nuku'alofa, Kingdom of 51 Grandview Avenue
Tonga) Toronto, OntarioM4K1J1, Canada
Leaded and sandblasted flat glass, Window (Toronto residence)
sandblasted aluminum/Sand- Stained and leaded glass/Farbige
strahlbearbeitete Bleiverglasung, Bleiverglasung
gesandstrahltes Aluminium H. 90 cm, W. 180 cm
H. 900 cm, W. 871 cm, D. 50 cm SKF, SL
LH, SL

93 John H. Weber
3631 Greenwood Avenue N.
Seattle, Washington 98103
Clear Basket
Blown, cast, hot assemblage/Ge-
blasen, gegossen, heiB verbunden
91 H. 41 cm, W. 27.5 cm, D. 15 cm
TSB, SL
96 Yumiko Yoshimoto 98 YanZoritchak
2-41-2-122 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku Bluffy
Tokyo 151, Japan F-74290 Veyrier du Lac, France
The Pyramid 1986 Harmonie en jaune I
Flame-worked glass with cut plate Pate de verre;cu\, polished,
glass base/Vor der Lampe gebla- assembled/Pate de verre; Ge-
sen, auf Flachglassockel schliffen, poliert, zusammengefugt
H. 15 cm, W. 35 cm, D. 35 cm H. 52.4 cm, W. 23.7 cm, D. 10 cm
TSB, LH, SL TSB, SKF, LH, SL

99 CzeslawZuber
32 rue Mouffetard
75005 Paris, France
Untitled
Cut glass, paint/Geschliffenes
97 Dana Zamecnfkova Glas, Farbe
Czechoslovakia H. 53 cm, W. 52 cm
Trap TSB, SKF, LH, SL
Flat glass, metal/Flachglas, Metall
H. 155 cm, W. 185 cm, D. 10 cm 100 Catherine Zurchin
TSB, SKF, LH, SL 3076 Lincoln Boulevard
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44118
The Family Portrait
Blown glass, wood, cloth, plaster,
paint/Geblasenes Glas, Holz,
Gewebe, Gips, Farbe
H. 107 cm, W. 114 cm, D. 48 cm
TSB
Doug Anderson's finders Creepers
The First Rakow Commission at The Corning Museum of Glass

D oug Anderson, a leading sculptor in the revival of the pate de verre


technique, was chosen by The Corning Museum of Glass to receive
the first Rakow Commission for a new work in glass.*
D oug Anderson, ein an der Renaissance der pate de verre-Technik
maBgeblich beteiligter Bildhauer, wurde von The Corning Museum of
Glass als erster mit der Rakow Commission fur eine neue Glasarbeit
Anderson's work, whether taking shape as a microcosm of the forest betraut.*
floor, a mossy pool, or even a silly play on words, always exists as a mirror Sei es, daB in seinem Werk der Mikrokosmos eines Waldbodens Form
of the artist. In the middle of Ohio, in the middle of the American Midwest, annimmt, ein moosbedeckterTeich oder gar ein einfaltiges Spiel mit
his studio can be found just off the proverbial country road in a barely Worten - immer ist es ein Spiegelbild des Kunstlers. Im Herzen von Ohio,
renovated farmhouse complete with 1941 Chevrolet parked out back. His in der Mitte des amerikanischen Mittleren Westens befindet sich sein
life is not a romantic escape from Long Island or Los Angeles. Except for Studio abseits der vielzitierten LandstraBe in einem notdurftig renovierten
his time spent earning a master of art degree at the Rochester Institute of Bauernhaus, einschlieBlich des Chevrolets von 1941, der an der Ruckseite
Technology's School for American Craftsmen, Doug Anderson never left geparkt ist. Sein Leben ist nicht die romantische Flucht vor Long Island
the Midwest. oder vor Los Angeles. Mit Ausnahme der Zeit, die er zur Erlangung seines
Over his house the crows flap. At his feet is his lexicon of images: pine Master of Art am Rochester Institute of Technology's School for American
cones, mushrooms, insects, nuts, and dried-up leaves settling naturally Craftsmen verbrachte, hat Doug Anderson nie den Mittleren Westen
around his own intrusions of lost buttons, peanut shells, and muddy verlassen.
footprints filled with rain water. Krahen flattern uber sein Haus. Vor seinen FuBen breitet sich das
Anderson's worlds, like the small worlds contained in enamels, ivory and Lexikon seiner Bildweltaus:Tannenzapfen, Pilze, Insekten, Nusse, welke
jade carvings, models, and miniatures, have an ancient tradition in cultural Blatter, die mit Spuren seiner Personlichkeit, mit verlorenen Knopfen,
history, andtheir creation seems to be an instinctive human act. They are a ErdnuBschalen und mit Regenwasser gefullten FuBspuren im Schlamm
summary, ordered metaphors, and vehicles to allow the viewer an enlight­ eine naturliche Koexistenz fuhren.
ened perspective. They encourage the private communication between Die Welt Andersons hat, wie die Miniaturwelten, die auf Email, in
object and viewer so often lost in the "public" scale of art promoted since Elfenbein- und Jadeschnitzereien, in Modellen und Miniaturen festgehal-
the 1940s. ten werden, eine lange kulturgeschichtlicheTradition, undihre Erschaffung
Inspiration for Anderson's work can be traced directly to the French stellt wahrscheinlich einen instinktiven menschlichen Akt dar. Sie
artists at the turn of the century who, led by Henri Cros (1840-1907), bedeutet ebenso Zusammenfassung wie metaphorische Ordnung, lost bei
searched for a new sculptural medium. The molding of glass worked to a dem Betrachter die Erweiterung seiner Wahrnehmungsfahigkeit aus und
paste permitted new control over coloration and translucency as well as regt die intime Kommunikation zwischen Objekt und Zuschauer an, die
the precise, permanent reproduction of the sculptor's model. These seit den 40er Jahren so haufig in der „Offentlichkeit" einer geforderten
pioneers, like Anderson, found that the translation of nature into pate de Kunst verloren gegangen ist.
verre was particularly appealing. The waxy surface of the glass, its In Doug Andersons Werk lassen sich Quellen seiner Inspiration unmittel-
penetrating color and subtle transmission of light give the forms a lifelike bar auf die franzosichen Kunstler der Jahrhundertwende zuruckfuhren,
quality. Realistic representations of small animals, insects, marine life, and die, angefuhrt von Henry Cros (1840-1907), nach einem neuen bildhaueri-
flora populate the work of Albert Dammouse (1848-1926), Jules-Paul schen Material suchten. Glas zu modellieren, das in einer Art Paste
Brateau (1844-1923), Georges Despret (1862-1952), Frangois Emile aufbereitet wird, gestattete ebenso eine neue Handhabung der Farb-
Decorchemont (1880-1971), Gabriel Argy-Rousseau (1885-1953), and gebung undTransluziditat wie eine genaue und wiederholbare Reproduk-
Amalric Walter (1870-1959). tion des Modells. So wie Doug Anderson, so empfanden auch diese
Trained as a glassblower, Anderson turned to casting to discipline his Pioniere die Umsetzung von Natur in pate de verre als besonders anspre-
chosen medium as demanded by the increasingly literal themes of his chend. Die wachsartige Oberflache von Glas, die eindringlichen Farben
work. Intrigued by photographs of pate de verre, he learned that artists und die subtile Lichtfuhrung verleihen den Formen eine lebensnahe
interested in the process were largely left to their own devices in obtaining Qualitat. Stucke von Albert Dammouse (1862-1926), Jules-Paul Brateau
technical information. Until recently, no workshops were offered, and no (1844-1923), Georges Despret (1862-1952), Frangois Emile Decorche-
neatly arranged publications were available other than transcripts of a few ment (1880-1971), Gabriel Argy-Rousseau (1885-1953) und Amalric
presentations on refractory mold making.1 Surprisingly, there are conside­ Walter (1870-1959) sind von realistisch wiedergegebenen kleinenTieren,
rable numbers of primary documents in their original languages available Insekten, Wassergetier und Pflanzen bevolkert.
to the researcher in museum and public libraries.2 What is believed to be Als gelernter Glasblaser wandte sich Doug Anderson dem GlasguB zu,
the notebook of Argy-Rousseau has been published and is of special um sein bevorzugtes Material den Erfordernissen einer zunehmend
interest.3 Eventually Anderson located enough information to begin the wirklichkeitsgetreuen Abbildung seiner Sujets anzupassen. Beeindruckt
laborious task of perfecting the technique. von Fotos von pate de verre, wurde ihm schnell klar, daB Kunstler, die sich
Even at the turnof the century there were differing definitions of pate de fur dieses Verfahren interessieren, in hohem MaBe auf sich selbst gestellt
verre with variables concerning the use of molds, the consistency of the sind, wenn sie Informationen zurTechnik sammeln wollen. Bis vor kurzem
glass, its coloration, its application, and firing. Today the term is commonly wurden keine Workshops angeboten, es waren auBer einigen Aufzeich-
used to describe works made with fritted glass (either wet or dry in a range nungen uber Demonstrationen zur Anfertigung hitzebestandiger Modeln1
of gradations) fused in a mold. Anderson combines many of the early keine aufbereiteten Publikationen erhaltlich. Uberraschenderweise gibt es
techniques with modern technology. A refractory mold is made by the cire fur den Forschenden in Museen und offentlichen Buchereien eine betracht-
perdue process from natural objects cast in wax, then assembled. Colored liche Anzahl von Originalunterlagen in der jeweiligen Muttersprache2. Man
lead glass pastes and dry crushed glasses are packed into the mold, which hat das vermutlich von Argy-Rousseau stammende Notizbuch veroffent-
is then kiln-fired at a low temperature and annealed over several days. licht, welches von besonderem Interesse ist3. SchlieBlich hatte Doug
Finally the solid piece of glass, modeled with a myriad of delicate under­ Anderson genug Informationen zusammengetragen, um mit der zeitrau-
cuts, is freed from the mold and picked clean with dental tools. benden Aufgabe beginnen zu konnen, diese Technikzu perfektionieren.
It seems unbelievable, but while working in pate de verre for a number Sogar schon zu Beginn unseres Jahrhunderts wurde pate de verre
of years, Anderson knew other work only from reproductions. In 1983, the unterschiedlich definiert mit Variablen, die den Gebrauch von Modeln
year of his first large exhibition at the Heller Gallery inNew York, the gallery betreffen, die Konsistenz von Glas, die Farbgebung, das Anbringen
chose to show Anderson's pieces with their historical counterparts. Only einzelner Elemente und das Brennen. Heute wird der Terminus im allge-
then did he have the opportunity to see and handle apiece of early pate de meinen gebraucht, um Stucke aus Frittenglas (die je nach den verschiede-
30
Sculpture, Finders Creepers, pate de verre, lost wax casting. United States, Ohio, Warsaw, Doug Anderson, the first Rakow
Commission, 1986. L. 75.0 cm, W. 37.0 cm, H. 9.5 cm.
Skulptur, Finders Creepers, pate de verre, WachsguB in verlorener Form. Vereinigte Staaten, Ohio,Warsaw, Doug Anderson,
erste Rakow Commission, 1986. L. 75 cm, B. 37 cm, H. 9,5 cm.

Finders Creepers, detail of snake head and pine cone.


Finders Creepers, Detail des Schlangenkopfes und Kiefernzapfen.
verre. "I was amazed at the small size of the bowl I held in my hands, nen Graduierungen mehr oder weniger naB Oder trocken sind) zu beschrei-
having envisioned objects only through photographs," he said. ben, die in ein Model geschmolzen werden.
Like the precursors he studied, Anderson used realistic flora and fauna Doug Anderson kombiniert viele der fruhen Techniken mit modernen
as structural and decorative parts of vessels in his first production. Since Technologien.
1985 he has chosen to concentrate on the natural elements alone com­ Eine hitzebestandige Form wird aus naturlichen Dingen, die in Wachs
bined in non-functional forms.The Rakow Commission resulted in Finders abgegossen und dann zusammengefugt werden, im cire-perdue-Verfah-
Creepers, the artist's most ambitious attempt at distilling a patch of his ren hergestellt. Farbige Bleiglaspasten und trockene Glaskrosel werden in
environment. A vine spirals through a great pile of ivy leaves, molded in a das Model gefullt, das dann im Ofen bei niedrigerTemperatur gebrannt
single piece. Among the leaves, a small snake rustles in the decay. Morel und uber mehrereTage hinweg abgekuhlt wird. SchlieBlich lost man das
mushrooms, stones, and flowers push up from underneath. A cicada and massive Glasstuck, in das unzahlige subtile Nuancen modelliert sind, aus
horsefly pausenear two feathers. The punning title of the work encourages der Form und saubert es mit zahntechnischen Geraten.
the patient viewer to search for other hidden elements. Es mag unglaublich klingen, aber Doug Anderson kannte, obwohl er
In Finders Creepers the sobering image of time's relentless passage is schon eine Anzahl von Jahren mit pate de verre gearbeitet hatte, andere
countered by a palette of soft pastel colors. Although the effect comes Stucke dieser Art nur von Abbildungen. 1983, in dem Jahr, in dem seine
disturbingly close to rendering the scene sweet, the coloration rescues it erste groBe Ausstellung in der Heller Gallery in New York stattfand, ent-
from sheer mimetism of nature and promotes a fantastic context. Interpre­ schloB sich die Galerie, Doug Andersons Arbeiten zusammen mit ihren
tation remains narrative, but not literal. Within the pale blue beauty of a historischen Gegenstucken zu zeigen. Und nur damals hatte er Gelegen-
leaf, there is the mottling of the attacking fungus and an edge becoming heit, eine fruhe pate de verre Arbeit zu sehen und zu beruhren. „lch war
translucent in its decomposition. erstaunt uber das kleine Format der Schale, die ich in den Handen hielt,
While honoring links with the past, Anderson has pushed pate de verre denn ich hatte mir die Objekte immer nur anhand von Fotos vorgestellt."
to an unprecedented level of complexity and refinement, both technically Wie seine Vorganger, mit denen er sich befaBt hat, setzte Doug Ander­
and visually. Through the annual Rakow Commission,The Corning son in seinen ersten Stucken realistische Elemente aus der Tier- und
Museum of Glass will continue its efforts to recognize and encourage the Pflanzenwelt als strukturgebende und dekorativeTeile der GefaBe ein.
work of outstanding artists like Doug Anderson throughout the world. Seit 1985 konzentrierte er sich einzig auf naturalistische Elemente, die er
zu nicht-funktionalen Formen zusammenfugt. Das Ergebnis der Rakow
Susanne K. Frantz Commission sind die Finders Creepers, der bisher ehrgeizigste Versuch
Associate Curator of 20th-century Glass des Kunstlers, ein Stuck aus seiner Umwelt herauszudestillieren. Eine
The Corning Museum of Glass Ranke windet sich durch dichte Efeubuschel, die zu einem einzigen Stuck
geformt sind. Zwischen den Blattern raschelt eine kleine Schlange auf
dem Waldboden. Morcheln, Steine und Blumen sprieBen hervor. Neben
zwei Federnhalten eine Grille undeine Bremse ein. DasWortspielimTitel
der Arbeit regt den Betrachter an, nach anderen verborgenen Dingen zu
suchen.
In Finders Creepers wirkt die Palette sanfter Pastellfarben dem
Susanne Frantz is associate curator of 20th-century glass at
emiichternden Bild erbarmungslos vergehender Zeit entgegen. Obwohl
The Corning Museum of Glass. She is curator of the exhibition
sie dazu beitragt, daB die Szene geradezu irritierend suBlich wirkt, rettet
"Thirty Years of New Glass, 1957-1987," which will open at The
die Farbgebung jedoch das Objekt vor einer rein mimetischen Wieder-
Corning Museum of Glass May 16,1987, and she is writing a book
gabe der Natur und stellt einen phantastisch anmutenden Kontext her.
on the Museum's contemporary glass collection to be published in
Die Interpretation bleibt im Erzahlerischen, aber orientiert sich nicht
1988. Ms. Frantz currently serves on the board of directors of the
ausschlieBlich an der Wirklichkeit. In der blaBblauen Schonheit eines
Glass Art Society.
Blattes sind Moderspuren erkennbar, die auf Pilzbefall hindeuten, am
Susanne Frantz ist auBerordentliche Kuratorin fur den Bereich Rand machen sich Zeichen des Verfalls bemerkbar und es wird durch-
Glas des 20. Jahrhunderts an The Corning Museum of Glass. Sie scheinend.
ist Kuratorin der Ausstellung „Thirty Years of New Glass, 1957- Indem er der Vergangenheit Reverenz erweist, hat Doug Anderson in
1987", die anThe Corning Museum of Glass am 16. Mai 1987 pate de verre ein bisher noch nicht dagewesenes Niveau an Komplexi-
eroffnet wird. Weiterhin arbeitet sie an einem Buch uber die tat und Feinheit erreicht, sowohl unter technischen als auch unter
zeitgenossische Glassammlung des Museums, das 1988 erschei- optischen Gesichtspunkten. Mit der jahrlich vergebenen Rakow Com­
nen soli. Susanne Frantz ist zur Zeit im Vorstand der Glass Art mission wird das Corning Museum of Glass seine Bemuhungen fortset-
Society. zen, das Werk herausragender Kunstler wie Doug Anderson hervorzu-
heben und weltweit zu wurdigen.

Susanne K. Frantz
AuBerordentliche Kuratorin fur den Bereich des 20. Jahrh.
The Corning Museum of Glass

Selected References / Auswahlbibliographie Ubersetzung: Rosita Bernstein


1. Martin Hunt, "A Refractory Mould for Kiln-firing Glass," paper published in the proceedings of
the Working with Hot Glass International Conference and Workshop, Royal College of Art,
London, September 5-10,1976.
Lucartha Kohler, "Ceramic Shell for Casting Glass," Glass Art Society Newsletter, v. 3, no. 1,
1978, pp. 85-87.

2. Edouard Benedictus and Raymond Escolier, "La Pate de verre: Georges Despret, Frangois
Decorchemont," L'Art Decoratif, no. 111, December 1907, pp. 211-216.
Jacques Boyer, "La Pate de verre: Hier et aujourd'hui", La Nature, no. 2777, January 15,1928,
pp. 58-64. Footnotes / FuBnoten
Edouard Gamier, "Albert Dammouse", Art et Decoration, v. 6,1899, pp. 96-105. *The Rakow Commission was established in 1985 by Dr. Leonard S. and Juliette K. Rakow to
A. T. Gilbert, "The Cros Family", The Art Journal, v. 62,1900, pp. 153-155. encourage fine glassmaking by awarding commissions to individual artists who show great
promise. Recipients are selected on a non-competitive basis by The Corning Museum of Glass.
Gustave Kahn, "Georges Despret et la pate de verre", Le Gout Moderne, v. 1, no. 1, November
Any artist interested in making his or her own work known to the Museum is welcome to send
1926, pp. 8-11. slides and biographical information.
Maurice Testard, "Henry [sic] Cros". L'Art Decoratif, 10® annee, no. 115, April 1908.
Die Rakow Commission wurde 1985 von Dr. Leonhard S. und Juliette K. Rakow mit dem Ziel ins
M. P. Verneuil, "Les Pates de verre", Artet Decoration, v. 25, no. 1,1909, pp. 81-90. Leben gerufen, herausragende Glasgestaltung zu fordern, indem Auftrage an vielverspre-
chende Kunstler vergeben werden. Die Empfanger werden vonThe Corning Museum of Glass
3. Frangois Duret-Robert, "Les Pates de verre dArgy Rousseau: UneTechnique congue pour ausgewahlt; es findet kein Wettbewerb statt. Kunstler/innen, die ihre Arbeit dem Museum
une production importante", Connaissance des Arts, no. 287, January 1976, pp. 79-84. vorstellen wollen, konnen Dias und biographische Angaben dorthin senden.
Bibliography
of recently published
articles and books on glass

Bibliographie
kurzlich erschienener
Artikel und Biicher
liber Glas
Bibliography OF RECENTLY PUBLISHED ARTICLES AND BOOKS ON GLASS
Bibliographie KORZLICH ERSCHIENENER ARTIKEL UND BUCHER OBER GLAS
This list includes publications added to The Corning Museum of Glass Diese Liste fuhrt die Publikationen auf, die im AnschluB an die Biblio-
Library since the bibliography for New Glass Review 7. graphie fur New Glass Review 7in die Bibliothek des Corning Museum of
Glass aufgenommen wurden.
Contemporary Glass (after 1945) Zeitgenossisches Glas (nach 1945)
Flat Glass (after 1945) including Architectural, Mosaic, Painted, and Flachglas (nach 1945), einschlieBlich architekturbezogenem Glas,
Stained Glass Glasmosaik, Glasmalerei und Stained Glass
Technology (after 1945) Technologien
Films and Videotapes Filme und Videokassetten
Only substantive book reviews are listed; they may be found under the Nur ausfuhrliche Buchrezensionen werden aufgelistet; sie werden unter
author of the work reviewed. dem Namen des Autoren aufgefuhrt, dessen Buch rezensiert wurde.
The following periodicals are recommended for comprehensive coverage Die folgenden Periodika sind geeignet, einen umfassenden Uberblick
of contemporary glassmaking: uber zeitgenossische Glasgestaltung zu vermitteln:
Glass Art Society Journal Glass Art Society Journal
Glass Review (Czechoslovakia) Glass ftewew(Tschechoslowakei)
Glass Studio Glass Studio
Neues Glas/New Glass Neues Glas/New Glass
New Work New Work
Stained Glass Stained Glass
Before 1982, this bibliography appeared annually in the Journal of Glass Vor 1982 erschien diese Bibliographie 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, die mit einer Kardinal- oder Ordinalzahl beginnen, und zwar entweder
a numeral or spelled out, will be found after the alphabetical entries, als Ziffer oder ausgeschrieben, werden im AnschluB an die alphabetisch
arranged numerically. geordneten Titel aufgefuhrt und sind nach Zahlen geordnet.

A SELECTIVE INDEX OF PROPER NAMES AND PLACES


VERZEICHNIS DER EIGENNAMEN UND ORTE
This is a subject index to the "Bibliography" of New Glass Review 8. The Es handelt sich im folgenden um ein Sachregister zur „Bibliographie" des
numbers following the names below are keyed to the numbers preceding New Glass Review 8. Die Zahlen hinter den Namen entsprechen den
the individual "Bibliography" entries in which these persons and places are Zahlen, die den Eintragungen der einzelnen Beitrage der „Bibliographie"
discussed. To find a book or periodical article written by an artist, please vorangestellt sind, in denen die entsprechenden Personen und Orte
consult the "Bibliography" directly; the entries in each section are arranged behandelt werden. Um ein Buch oder eine Zeitschrift ausfindig zu machen,
alphabetically by author. die von einem Kunstler geschrieben wurden, sollte direkt in der bibliogra­
phie" nachgesehen werden; die Titel sind in jedem abgeschlossenen Teil
der „Bibliographie" nach den Namen der Autoren in alphabetischer Reihen-
folge geordnet.

Abildgaard, 83 Begolly, Jim, 795 Bruce, Jane, 330, 513, 734, 961
Acconci, Vito, 912,1144 Begou, A. M., 534, 718 Brychtova, 547, 786
Adams, Hank Murta, 64,83,405,434,524,623 Beleschenko, Alexander, 1107 Buczko, George, 673
Adensamova, Blanka, 71,137, 223 Bell, Larry, 370, 425, 426, 959, 970, 1181 Buechner, Thomas, III, 873
Adolfsson, Wilke, 461,895 BenTre, Howard, 188,405,419,790,857,972
Alberius, 889 Benglis, Lynda, 380, 678 Caithness, 164, 724,1335
Altman, Lynn-Rachael, 96, 296 Bernstein, Rick, 83, 652, 956 California College of Arts and Crafts, 73
American Craft Museum, 869 Best-Devereux, 607 California State University, 509
Amsterdam Chamber Symposium, 541 Bianconi, Fulvio, 459, 766 Canadian Artists in Stained Glass, 1209
Anderson, Doug, 207, 208 Bibliotheque Forney, 77,531,567,691,831,864 Carlin, 80
Anderson, Harry, 390 Biggs, Bonnie, 375 Carlson, 80, 959
Angus, 1223 Biot, 460, 568 Cash, Sydney, 1008
Antonakos, Stephen, 167, 350, 843,1090 Blanthorn, Brian, 697 Castiglione, Achille, 202, 730, 899
Applebaum, Leon, 82, 628 Blomdahl, Sonja, 714 Centre International du Vitrail, 1094,1146
Aschenbrenner, 419, 972 Boda Nova, 665 Centre National du Verre, 556
Atkins, Lloyd, 22 Boehm, Michael, 841 Chagall, 1034, 1206, 1280, 1298
Bohus, Zoltan, 401, 672, 673, 765, 826 Champagne, Lee Roy, 793
Baccarat, 20, 198, 232, 529, 814, 948, 949 Borowski, Stanislaw, 405, 833 Chardiet, 80
Baker, N., 961 Bradford, Kathy, 1151 Chihuly, Dale, 73, 412, 488, 677, 702, 736,
Baldwin, Philip, 278, 939, 944 Brand, Alex, 627,687,956 767, 777, 790, 807, 847, 869
Banford, Bob, 275 Brand, Asa, 221 Cincinnati, 809
Banford, Ray, 275 Brand Library Art Gallery, 521, 924 CIRVA, 824
Bang, Michael, 50, 252, 380, 474 Branzell, Arne, 217 Clark, J., 165
Barbini, Alfredo, 464 Bray, 833 Clarke, 1223
Bauer, Lisa, 891 Brejcha, Vernon, 81, 820 Clegg, Tessa, 331
Baukus, 83 British Artists in Glass, 331, 497 Cluny-Franz, Jutta, 131
Bayerwald Glass Prize, 58, 231 British Craft Centre, 697 Coburger Glaspreis, 288, 289, 301, 319, 580,
Bayliss, Arlon, 13, 607 Brown, Karen, 1127 581, 748, 859, 861, 906
Cocks, Debbie, 495 Guernsey, Melanie, 96, 296 Krasnican, Susan, 419, 972
Constantini, Egidio, 12,129 Guggisberg, Monica, 278, 939, 944 Kruft, 833
Copier, Andries Dirk, 320, 325, 659, 905 Guibe, Anthony, 410
Corning, 14,742, 947 Guild of Glass Engravers, 1011,1292,1315 Labino, Dominick, 206
Cotleur, S., 961 Lagerbielke, Erika, 525, 886
Cotter, Maud, 1100 Hadamar, 87,174, 562 Lakich, Lili, 679
Cox, Stephen, 929 Hamilton, Jeff, 63 Lalique, 100,152, 204, 237
Cribbs, KeKe, 82, 405 Handler, Audrey, 929 LaLonde, Richard, 82, 795,1110
Crichton, Daniel, 31 Hansen, D., 1105 Langley, Siddy, 226
Crisp, Peter, 64 Hantschels, Rudolf, 485 Langley, Warren, 63, 64, 476, 495
Cullowhee, 409 Harmon, James, 330, 734 Laser Affiliates, 817
Cummings, 607 Harned, Richard, 419, 961, 972 Lausanne, 655, 974, 975
Cyren, Gunnar, 283, 759, 889 Harris, Judy, 919 Layton, Peter, 226
Haufschild, Lutz, 997,1025 Leadline Studio, 1006
Dailey, Dan, 331, 375, 392, 807, 956 Havel, Robert, 848 Lechner, Florian, 840
D'Alfonso, 80 Haystack School, 403 Lee, Christopher, 521, 924, 959
David, Michael, 873 Heesen, 659 Leerdam, 660, 801
Davidson, Terry, 402,419 Heintze, Bengt, 754 Leibowitz, Edward, 91
Daum, 44, 45, 219, 262 Hellsten, Lars, 283, 392, 759 Le Mans, 69
Day, Stephen, 402 Helsinki, 705 Leperlier, 827
Decho, Use, 661 Henry, Martha, 599, 917 Leppla, David, 96, 296
de Gueltzl, Marco, 343 Herman, Sam, 698 LeQuier, K. William, 400
Derix, Jorg, 1028 Hetley-Hartley Wood Competition, 1024 Leser, Max, 31
Desaulniers, Gilles, 1155 Hewel, 1283 Lewin, David, 108
Desmett, Ron, 778, 961 Higgins, Frances and Michael, 737 Libensky, Stanislav, 259, 280, 306, 547, 634,
Devereux, Elizabeth, 1012 Hilton, Eric, 121 647, 786
diFrenzi, 81 Hinz, Darryle, 727 Lierke, Rosemarie, 385, 744
Dill, Laddie John, 438 Hiscott, Amber, 1079,1243 Lightwriters Neon, 564
Du Grenier, 972 Hlava, Pavel, 84,107, 634 Lillie, Jacqueline, 62, 354, 360
Hobson, Diana, 558, 607 Lindean Mill Glass, 1335
Easton, Steven, 361
Hodder, Stephen, 400 Lipofsky, Marvin, 4, 762, 913
Ebeltoft, 381, 455, 496, 669, 921, 922
Hoeller, Franz, 231 Littleton, Harvey, 206, 784, 911
Edge, Doug, 1067
Hoglund, Erik, 893 London Conference, 40, 60, 300, 746, 977,
Edwards, G., 1105
Hokkaido, 618, 823 1010, 1032, 1054, 1064, 1089, 1097,1119,
Edwards, Stephen Dale, 405, 715
Holmegaard, 217 1121,1141, 1142, 1154, 1158, 1193, 1197,
Eisch, Erwin, 55,102,135,180,189,190,288,
Holmes, James, 34 1228, 1231, 1243, 1244,1255, 1278,
331, 464, 614, 615, 940
Hopper, David, 34 1296,1309
Eldoluft, 888
Horton, James, 513,734 Luebtow, 28, 402, 521, 924, 959
Elias, Bohumil, 609, 786,1065
Houde, Frangois, 834 Lugossy, Maria, 70,151, 401, 672, 673, 674,
Englund, Eva, 283, 759, 760
Hough, Catherine, 441, 935 765, 826
Engmans, 889
Hovey, L., 1105 Lutgen, Veronique, 442
Ethier, Linda, 1008
Hoya, 885, 955 Lutken, Per, 50,144, 217, 252
Exnar, 634,1065
Hunner, Pete, 727
Falkenstein, Claire, 1067 Huntington Galleries, 480, 565, 569 MacNeil, Linda, 354, 360
Falls, Louise, 80, 795 Huth, Ursula, 385,421,517 Maddy, Dorothy, 1110
Feldman, 80 Hutter, 959 Manessier, 1223
Fields, Fredrica, 996 Marangoni, Federica, 11
Fladgate, Deborah, 298, 761 Immenhausen, 57, 325, 546 Marcheschi, Cork, 604, 735
Flavin, Dan, 335, 401, 449, 725 Ink, Jack, 150, 833 Marquis, Richard, 358, 419, 972
Forsell, Ulla, 221,889 Izard, Jean-Claude, 1133 Martinuzzi, Paolo, 183, 845, 846, 979
Fougeres, 498, 630 Mason, Concetta, 62, 353, 651
Frabel, Hans Godo, 334, 499 Janak, Frantisek, 549 Matisse, 1280
Frauenau, 88, 91, 92,123, 231, 286 Jekyll, Robert, 31,1063,1152 Mattner, Jakob, 401, 733
Frey, 1283 Jensen, Judy Bally, 918 McCaa, Cissy, 83
Frode, Hans, 330, 902 Jolley, Richard, 570 McCartney, Crear, 1005
Fujita, Kyohei, 508, 916 Jonsson, Maibritt, 727 McDonnell, Mark, 390, 419, 959, 972
Juteau, Olivier, 263, 443, 518 McGlauchlin, Tom, 30
Gallin, Saara, 28,1050 McGuire, Maureen, 1211
Gellis, 380 Kallenberger, Kreg, 81, 212, 923 Meaker, Charlie, 698
Glancy, Michael, 790 Kamenicky Senov, 238, 255, 294, 617, 642 Meech, Annette, 432, 915
Glashaus, the, 1005 Karbler, Kit, 873 Meier, Richard, 899
Glass Art Association of Canada, 145,483,920 Kehlmann, 405 Meistermann, Georg, 1074,1147
Glass Art Society, 32, 76, 378, 398, 399, King, Ray, 1090,1105 Meitner, Richard, 516
600, 812 Kinnaird, Alison, 1002,1218 Melby, Rick, 995,1044
Glassblowing Workshop, 851 Kjaer, Anja, 727 Melis, Stan, 454
Glasshouse, 915 Klein, 380 Memphis, 181, 323, 787, 791, 837
Goddard & Gibbs, 1047,1053,1549 Knye, Gunter, 523, 595 Merloz, Philippe, 443
Goss, Peter, 430, 688 Kolman, 223 Merz, Mario, 449, 692, 932, 960
Greiner-Mai, 523 Kopecky, 1065 Meszaros, Maria, 672, 673
Groot, Mieke, 130 Koss, Gene, 373, 402 Meydam, Floris, 659, 660
Gudenrath, 330 Kosta Boda, 17,134,157,175,481,665,901,958 Mills, Rick, 96, 296
Guerin, Henri, 1132,1291 Kowalski, Piotr, 514 Mix, Robin, 258
Moje, Klaus, 63, 879 Prostor 1, 786 Sussmuth, 57,196, 292, 326, 327, 546
Moje-Wohlgemuth, Irmgard, 186, 385, 879 Prostor 3, 305 Svoboda, 280
Mollica, Peter, 1105 Talaba, Mark, 1008
Molnar, Pavel, 85,180, 292, 770, 879 Quagliata, Narcissus, 165,1126,1286 Taylor, David, 83, 915, 935
Momiron, Claude, 360 Rainey, Clifford, 236, 607,1090 Thai-Slack, 82
Monod, Isabelle, 832 Thiewes, G., 165
Raymond, Jean-Paul, 414, 833
Moore, Benjamin, 736, 869 Reekie, 436, 607 Thun, Matteo, 35, 36, 67, 376, 804
Moretti, Carlo, 13,172, 201, 768, 899 Tichy, Dalibor, 223, 302, 456, 634, 866
Reich, Emil, 1249
Morin, Claude, 27 Reid, Colin, 606, 607, 697, 877 Toikka, Oiva, 178, 224
Morin, N., 360 Tomecko, Pavel, 454
Reidel, 6, 37, 94, 213, 254, 293, 898, 948
Mount, Nick, 64, 899, 927 Reusch, Astri, 834 Tookey, Fleur, 915
Mulcahy, Kathleen, 778, 779, 961 Toronto, 599, 722, 794,1209
Reyntiens, Patrick, 1084,1096,1223
Munro, J. Angus, 34, 330 Rispal, Josette, 5, 466, 813 Touskova, 223
Munsteiner, Bernd, 85, 543 Trinkley, Karla, 64
Roberts, Amy, 736, 869, 957
Murano, 24, 74,103,173,182, 273, 330, 333, Robez, Gundar, 599, 917 Ullberg, Eva, 890
418, 803,1582, 1640
Rochester, N.Y., 215, 397, 406, 775 Umbdenstock, Jean-Pierre, 555, 709
Muratore, Remy, 222 Roubicek, Rene, 292, 860 Umlauf, Ulrike, 9, 744
Museum of Neon Art, 679 Rouen, 90, 377, 515 Urbariska-Miszczyk, Barbara, 785
Narboni, Roger, 344, 567 Rougemont, Claire de, 459, 721,1252
Vagen, Veruska, 1012
Nauman, Bruce,167,253,449,545,926,973 Royal Institute of British Architecture, 1121
Valentine, DeWain, 666
Navarra, Douglas, 81, 405 Rozsypal, 547, 850
Valkema, Durk, 541, 659
Navarro, 330 Ruffner, Ginny, 165
Vallien, Bertil, 39,75,265,365,522,889,983
Negreanu, Matei, 101 Rybak, Jaromir, 5, 465,1065
Vallien, Ulrika Hydman, 470
Nelson, Stephen, 34, 961 Saint-Louis, 199, 200, 205, 230, 268 Van Cline, Mary, 400, 408
Neumann, Doris, 354, 355 Salo, Markku, 224, 249 Van Deurzen, James, 664, 929
Newall, Steven, 698 Sammartino, Jeff, 108 Vanetik, 402
Nickerson, John, 425 Santarossa, Renato, 469, 561, 755,1159 Van Lith, Jean-Paul, 13,15, 442, 835, 903
Norvell, 380 Santillana, Alessandro de, 274, 489, 771 Van Loo, Bert, 446, 613
Novak, Bretislav, 137, 223, 769 Santillana, Laura de, 274, 360, 376, 489 Venini, 25, 47, 261, 781, 948,1190
Novaro, Jean-Claude, 460 Sarpaneva, Timo, 132, 251, 933 Vennola, Jorma, 224, 229, 816
Novy Bor Symposiums, 86,114,122,124, Sars-Poteries, 708 Vesely, Vilem, 223, 591
156,382,429,518,536,574,577,589,598, Sautner, Barry, 792 Vespermann, Seranda, 29
648, 695, 810, 811, 849, 883, 930 Saxe Collection, 337,407, 601, 751, 951, 962 Vigorie, Francois, 269, 534, 683
N.Y. Experimental Glass Workshop, 32, 330, Scanga, Italo, 337, 349, 492, 505 Vilt, Tibor, 672
380,451,734, 783, 797 Scanlon, James, 1100 Vistosi, Luciano, 991,1042,1268
Nygren, John, 192 Schaar, Elizabeth, 672, 673 Vizner, 280, 850
Nyhus, Jane, 602 Schaedel, Albin, 321, 485, 486, 523 Von Roenn, Kenneth, 1105
Schaffrath, Ludwig, 1033,1185,1219 Von Trothas, 82
Oakland Museum, 337, 349, 601, 751,1205
Schantz, Karl, 31 Wachter, Emil, 999
Oelzners, 523
Schlotzhauer, Jude, 446 Wadley, Patrick, 446
Oestergaard, Heinz, 38, 49, 270, 271, 308
Schmidt, Jack, 30 Wagenfeld, Wilhelm, 312
Oliva, 280
Schreiter, Johannes, 1139,1140 Walentynowicz, Janusz, 402, 543
Ontario Crafts Council, 1152,1157
Schulz, Lothar, 88, 92 Walker, 833
Orrefors, 17,175,283,665,670,885,948,966
Schwartz, David, 524 Warff, Goran, 891, 892
Orvola, Heikki, 224, 249, 819
Scottish Glass Society, 773, 808 Weiss, D., 165
Palusky, Robert, 81, 623 Seattle, 348 Welzel, Josef, 87,174, 562
Pantano, Chris, 64, 919 Seguso, 343, 525 Wertz, William, 13,471,533
Pappenheimer, Will, 570 Seide, Paul, 167, 735 Wheaton Village, 34, 96,105,108, 296, 544
Paris, 567, 691 Seitz, John, 664 Whistler, Laurence, 1112
Pate, Anita, 33 Shaffer, Mary, 959 Wilkin, Neil, 23, 969
Patti, Tom, 284, 716, 807, 959 Shipley Art Gallery, 510 Williams, Christopher, 915
Peace, David, 1221 Shire, Peter, 126 Wilmarth, Christopher, 322, 739, 740
Pearl, David, 1079 Sipek, Borek, 804 Wirkkala, Tapio, 132, 220, 246
Peckham, Fiona, 934 Smith-Lamothe, Terry, 1311 Wolff, Ann, 478, 909, 964, 1231
Peiser, Mark, 62, 543 Smrckova, Ludvika, 605, 883 Woodman, Rachael, 23,171, 697, 969
Penned, Ronald, 607,1216 Sonnier, Keith, 167, 449 Woods, 833
Perssons, Jerker, 888, 889, 891 Sottsass, Ettore, 181, 264, 392, 441, 837
Spaulding, Richard, 1124 Yelle, Richard, 375, 475, 956
Perthshire, 115,1335
Young, B. K., 81
Philabaum, 80 Sproat, 167
Pilchuck, 32,187, 315, 332, 350, 380, 400, Staller, Eric, 735 Zacko, Askold, 379, 563
762, 798 Stankard, Paul, 394, 525, 854 Zamecmkova, 634,1065
Pilkington, 163,1369 Statom, 419, 972 Zanini, Marco, 181
Piper, 1096,1223 Stern, 815, 833 Zeitz, Barney, 1163
Pistor, Willi, 180,291 Steuben, 22,121, 234, 235, 453, 490, 706, Zimmer, Klaus, 1098
Platek, Vaclav, 883 880, 900 Zimmermann, Jorg, 180, 799
Pliva, Oldrich, 786, 978 Stichting Glas, 384, 801 Zips, Peter, 599, 917
Poensgen, Jochem, 1194,1213 Stinsmuehlen, Susan, 627 Zoritchak, Catherine, 567, 628,1255
Posner, Richard, 329, 358 Stockhausen,1283 Zoritchak, Yan, 360, 468, 830,1255
Prachensky, Markus, 1075,1295 Strasbourg, 440, 457, 535 Zuber, Czeslaw, 68, 253, 363, 835
Precht, 485, 523 Stuart and Sons, 239, 445 Zuccheri,Toni, 36, 201
Procter, Stephen, 93, 607, 684, 800, 976 Suhajek, Jiri, 196, 228, 547 Zynsky, Toots, 165,193, 331, 400, 829, 844
C O N T E M P O R A R Y G L A S S (after 1945)/Z E I T G E N O S S I S C H E S G L A S (nach 1945)

ANONYMOUS 18. 36.


1. "Auf der Suche nach neuen Glasformen" "Cronache delle aziende: Barovier & Toso"
"A casa da Pierantonio" Porzellan + Glas, no. 4,1985, p. 103, ill. Casa Stile, v. 13, no. 146, Jan. 1986, pp. 132-133, ill.
Casa Vogue, no. 178, Oct. 1986, p. 225, ill. Exhibit "Kunst in Glas" at Rosenthal Galerie, Matteo Thun, Toni Zuccheri, and others.
Glass sculptures by Izumi Oki shown Cologne.
at Venice Biennale. 37.
19. "Cronache delle aziende: Riedel"
2. "Ausstellung: 'Glaskunst Baden-Wurttemberg' bei Casa Stile, v. 13, no. 146, Jan. 1986, p. 147, ill.
"A Roma: Alchemiche magie dei nostri giorni" den Neckarwerken in Fellbach"
Glas + Rahmen, v. 36, no. 19, Oct. 1985, p. 923. 38.
Casa Vogue, no. 173, April 1986, [n.p.], ill. "Cronache delle aziende: Salviati"
Sculptural table by Gabriele De Stefano.
20. Casa Stile,v. 13, no.146, Jan. 1986, pp. 134-135, ill.
3. "Baccarat nous fait revivre son passe" Heinz Oestergaard goblets.
"A Venezia: Un museo per il vetro contemporaneo" Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 231, Dec.
1986, pp. 13-14, ill. 39.
Casa Vogue, no. 166, Sept. 1985, p. 359. "Crystal Fantasy"
English summary. 21. Porzellan - Glas, no. 3,1986, p. 36, ill.
Murano glass museum has new section for glass "Beautiful and Useful" Sculptural paperweight by Bertil Vallien.
made in this century. For You from Czechoslovakia, no 3,1986,
pp. 24-28, ill. 40.
4. "Czech Glass in Architecture"
"Accessions" Lednicke Rovne tableware.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986, p. 6.
American Craft, v. 46, no. 1, Feb./March 1986, 22. Exhibition at London Institute of Education during
pp. 70-71, ill. "Beyond War Award" congress "Glass in the Environment."
Lipofsky piece and the High Museum of Art. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, p. 137, ill.
Steuben sculpture designed by Lloyd Atkins. 41.
5. "Czech Glass in Variety"
"Actualite du verre: Jaromlr Rybak, Josette Rispal" 23. The Gift Buyer International, v. 22, no, 10, June
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 102, Oct. 1985, "Blown and Stained Glass Studios" 1986, pp. 16-17, ill.
p. 14, ill. The Glass Cone, no. 8, Dec. 1985, p. 6, ill.
Wilkin and Woodman Glass, and John Hardman 42.
6. "Czechoslovak Glass at the Exhibitions in Athens"
Studios.
"Aesthetically Perfect Riedel Crystal" Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, p. 33, ill.
Tableware International, v. 15, no. 8, Aug. 1985, 24.
pp. 26-27, ill. "Die Bundesrepublik ist der wichtigste Handelspart- 43.
ner fur Glas aus Murano" "Czechoslovakia's Proud Glass Industry"
7. Porzellan + Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 136-137, ill. Continental Homewares,Spring 1986,pp. 76-77, ill.
"Announcements" Organizing the "Glas aus Murano" exhibition in
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 135-138, ill. 44.
Dusseldorf, Dec. 1985. "Daum Adds to Collection"
8. 25. Continental Homewares, Fall 1985, p. 94, ill.
"Another Success of Czechoslovak Glass in Japan" "Una Calle per Paolo Venini" 45.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, p. 41, ill. Casa Vogue,no. 166, Sept. 1985,p. 359,ill. English "Daum: Umsatze entschieden im Aufwartstrend"
9. summary. Porzellan + Glas, no. 6, 1985, p. 93, ill.
"Arbeiten von Ulrike Umlauf und neues Glas Road named for Venini on Murano. Automobile sculpture, "Coupe Riviera."
aus Danemark" 26. 46.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 5, 1986, p. 72, ill. "Classy Continental Collectibles" "Des pieces uniques en I'honneur de Bach et
ContinentalHomewares, Spring 1986, pp. 56-57, ill. Haendel"
10.
Cristallerie Zwiesel snuff bottles. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 223, March
"Art deco en Murano"
1986, p. 120, ill.
Table et Cadeau, no. 72, June/July 1986, 27. Commemorative vases with inlaid portraits made
p. 63, ill. "Claude Morin: 15 ans de verrerie"
by Olbernhau glassworks.
Vicenzo Nason vase designs. La Revue de la ceramique et du Verre, no. 25,
Nov./Dec. 1985, pp. 35-36, ill. 47.
11. "Design: II cielo in una stanza"
"L'arte dei giardini di vetro" 28. Casa Vogue, no. 167, Oct. 1985, p. 217, ill. English
Casa Vogue, no. 159, Jan. 1985, p. 146, ill. "Commissions" summary.
English summary. American Craft, v. 46, no. 5, Oct./Nov. 1986, pp. New Venini lamps and lighting.
Federica Marangoni work. 74-75, ill.
John Luebtow sculpture and Saara Gallin windows. 48.
12. "Le Design prend de la bouteille"
"Arte e vetro, la fucina degli angeli" 29. LAtelierdes metiers dArt, no. 113, Nov. 1986, p. 19,
Casa Vogue, no. 159, Jan. 1985, p. 146, ill. "Commissions" ill.
English summary. American Craft, v. 46, no. 6, Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986, Designs for a mineral water bottle competition.
Egidio Constantini. pp. 68-69, ill.
Ray King chandelier and Seranda Vespermann 49.
13. stained glass window. "Design: Solide trasparenze"
"Les Artistes et le verre: La Creation" Casa Vogue, no. 171, Feb. 1986, p. 186, ill.
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 226, June 30. Stemmed goblets by Heinz Oestergaard for Sal­
1986, "Commissions" viati.
pp. 28-30, ill. International Sculpture,v. 5, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986,
William Wertz, Carlo Moretti, Jean-Paul van Lith, pp. 20-21, ill. 50.
Arlon Bayliss. Tom McGlauchlin work for Toledo's SeaGate, Jack "Det er her, det sker"
Schmidt, piece for Bethesda Hotel. Refleksioner (Royal Copenhagen), v. 2, no. 3, Nov.
14. 1986, pp. 3-5, ill.
"Artistic Application" 31. Michael Bang, Per Lutken.
The Gaffer (Corning Glass Works), v. 44, no. 6, "Craft Focus 2"
Oct. 1986, p. 3, ill. Ontario Craft, v. 11, no. 4, Dec. 1986, insert, ill. 51.
Canadian competition: Daniel Crichton, Robert "A Dramatic Play of Lines"
Corning GlassWorks Pyroceram material usedin a
Jekyll, Max Leser, Karl Schantz, and others. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 11, 1986, pp. 26-27, ill.
35-ft. sculpture in Malaysia.
Bohemian cut glass.
15. 32.
"Craft Groups Share in $1.8 Million NEA Awards" 52.
"Les Ateliers d'Art, un 'must'" "Due novita di Ambrogio Pozzi per Rosenthal"
Le Courrier des Metiers d'Art, no. 50, March 1986, The Crafts Report, v. 12, no. 126, July/Aug. 1986,
p. 10. Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 144, Oct. 1985, p. 51, ill.
pp. 1-2, ill. Ambrogio Pozzi flask designs for Rosenthal.
Jean-Paul van Lith. Pilchuck School, NYEGW, and Glass Art Society.
33. 53.
16. "Durante il Salone del Mobile"
"Au royaume du verre: Pukeberg Glasbruk, Nybro, "Craftwork Portfolio: Anita Pate"
Craftwork, no. 13, Autumn 1986, pp. 24-25, ill. Abitare, no. 241, Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 32, 36-37, 39,
Sea" ill.
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 231, Dec. 34. Lamps and glass by Fontana Arte, Foscarini,
1986, "Creative Glass Center of America: A Rewarding Barovier & Toso at Milan Fair, 1985.
pp. 36-53, ill. Experience for 1986 Recipients"
Swedish firms. The Journal, A Newsletter for Friends of Wheaton 54.
Village, v. 9, no. 2,1986, p. 2, ill. '"Egermann"'
17. David Hopper, James Holmes, J. Angus Munro, For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1986, pp.
"Au royaume du verre: Suede" Stephen Nelson. 46-49, ill.
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no 228, Sept. Red glazed and cut tableware.
1986, 35.
pp. 187-249, ill. "Creativite: Six designers pour un orfevre" 55.
Orrefors, Joseph Marcolin, Kosta Boda, Maleras- Table et Cadeau, no. 271, May 1986, p. 30, ill. "Eisch-Ausstellung im Porzellanhaus Rosenstangl,
Mats Jonasson. Matteo Thun. Passau"
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 10, Oct. 1985, pp. 2110- The Crafts Report, v. 12, no. 126, July/Aug. 1986,
2111, ill. p. 1+ . "Glaskunst zwischen Uppigkeit und Strenge"
Fellowship award to Dale Chihuly, studio visits to Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 3, March 1986, p. 602, ill.
56. John Lewis and California College of Arts and Edward Leibowitz work at Fraueneau exhibit.
"Enquetes et reportages dans les coulisses des Crafts.
grands cristalliers" 92.
Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 226, June 74. "Glasmuseum Frauenau"
1986, pp. 70-107, ill. "Forma e colore/Form and Colour" Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 8, Aug. 1986, p. 1689, ill.
Factory scenes, products of major European firms. Domus, no. 669, Feb. 1986, u.p., ill. Lothar Schulz, glass sculptures and light objects.
Murano Lamps inspired by Wassily Kandinsky.
57. 93.
"Eroffnung/Opening: Glasmuseum Immenhausen" 75. "Glas-Objekte von Stephen Procter"
Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, p. 282, ill. "Fur Liebhaber, die zum Sammeln neigen" Porzellan + Glas, no. 8, 1986, p. 196, ill.
Sussmuth Glassworks opens museum of old and Porzellan + Glas, no. 10,1985, p. 95, ill. Dusseldorf exhibit.
new North-Hessia glass. Bertil Vallien collection.
94.
58. 76. "Glasprofessor Riedel 60 Jahre alt. Die Riedel-Dy-
"Erster Bayerwald-Glas-Preis" "G.A.S. Gallery" nastie. Zweimal Geburtstag"
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp. 472- Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 96-100, ill. Die Schaulade,v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp. 366-367,
473+, ill. ill.
77.
59. "Galeries expositions: Hommage a Picasso; 'Hom­ 95.
"Euroluce" ines de Verre'" "Glass and Ceramics Award Winners"
Abitare, no. 231, Jan./Feb. 1985, pp. 96-107, ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 231, Dec. Glass (U.K.), v. 63, no. 3, Feb. 1986, p. 45, ill.
English summary. 1986, pp. 70-71, ill. Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators awards:
Italian lamps and lightning. Glass artists at Galerie Artitude and Bibliotheque Correa Art Glass perfume flask, Nouveau Art Glass
Forney shows. wineglass, etc.
60.
"Exhibition of Czechoslovak Glass in Great Britain" 78. 96.
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1986, p. 83. "Galleries and Exhibitors" "Glas Artist Benefit from CGCA Experience"
Work of Libensky, his students, and others at Craft Australia, no. 1, Autumn 1986, p. 107, ill. The Journal, a Newsletter for Friends of Wheaton
London architecture conference. Goblets by Colin Heaney. Village, v. 9, no. 4, 1986, p. 2.
1986 Fellows: Melanie Guernsey, Lynn-Rachel
61. 79. Altman, Rick Mills, David Leppla.
"Exhibitions" "Galleries and Exhibitors: Peter Tysoe"
Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 123-128, ill. Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1986, 97.
Glass by 15 artists seen at various 1985 exhibitions, p. 97, ill. "Glass Happenings"
mostly in U.S. and Australia. New Work, no. 25/26, Winter/Spring 1986, pp.
80. 33-37.
62. "Gallery: Glass"
"Exhibitions" American Craft, v. 46, no. 3, June/July 1986, p. 79, 98.
Craft Arts,no. 5,Feb./April 1986, pp. 108,110-111, ill. ill. "Glasveredelung per Video zum Lernen und Verkau-
One piece each by Concetta Mason and Mark Chardiet, Falls, Kuhn, Philabaum/Carlson, Carlin/ fen"
Peiser, and a beaded necklace by Jacqueline Lillie. D'Alfonso, Feldman. Porzellan + Glas, no. 4, 1985, pp. 38-39, ill.
Video of glass finishing for teaching and sales.
63. 81.
"Exhibitions" "Gallery: Glass" 99.
Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 124-127, ill. American Craft, v. 46, no. 4, Aug./Sep. 1986, p. 71, "Good Art, Good Business"
Warren Langley, Chris Pantano, Klaus Moje, Jeff ill. Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 44-47+.
Hamilton. Palusky, diFrenzi, Navarra, Kallenberger, Brejcha, Exhibits, workshops and seminars, competitions,
B.K.Young. trade shows, etc.
64.
"Exhibitions" 82. 100.
Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 89-94, ill. "Gallery: Glass" "Grace and Transparency"
Warren Langley, Chris Pantano, KarlaTrinkley, Nick American Craft, v. 46, no. 5, Oct./Nov. 1986, Vogue Decoration, no. 8, Dec. 1986, pp. 82-83, ill.
Mount, Hank Murta Adams, Peter Crisp. p. 81, ill. Lalique.
Von Trothas, Carder, Cribbs, Thai/Slack, Apple-
65. baum, LaLonde. 101.
"Exhibitions: The Post-War Renaissance of Italian "Grand Format: Un Surtout de table"
Glass" 83. LAtelierdes Metiers dArt, no. 110, July/Aug. 1986,
Ceramics, no. 2, Feb./March 1986, p. 37, ill. "Gallery: Glass" p. 13, ill.
American Craft,v. 46, no. 6, Dec. 1986/Jan. 1987, p. Sculptures by Matei Negreanu.
66. 74, ill.
"Exklusiv bei Adams" McCaa, Baukus, Bernstein, Adams, Abildgaard, 102.
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 1, Jan. 1985, Taylor. "Grof3e Umweltinvestition in der Eisch-Hutte"
p. 117+, ill. Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985,
Fiberglass and optical glass lamps from Gottingen 84. p. 451, ill.
firm. "Gebandigte Urgewaltenm erzahlen von der Vitalitat
des Lebens" 103.
67. Porzellan + Glas, no. 12, 1984, pp. 74-75, ill. "Handwerkskunst aus der Hohen Schule der Glas-
"Ex-Memphisianer MatteoThun fur WMF: Produkte Pavel Hlava. manufaktur"
mit Akzeptanz und Gefuhl" Porzellan + Glas, no. 11, 1984, p. 34, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 4, 1986, pp. 40-41, ill. 85. Glass from Murano in Dusseldorf exhibition.
"Glas, Holz, Metall, neue Materialien beleben das
68. 104.
Ausstellungsbild"
"Expositions: Czeslaw Zuber" Porzellan + Glas, no. 7, 1986, p. 81, ill. "Le Hasard et la technique"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 28, Sculptures by Bernd Munsteiner, Pavel Molnar. Table et Cadeau, no. 271, May 1986, p. 32, ill.
May/June 1986, p. 49, ill. Bernard Gilbert.
Geneva, Switzerland, show. 86.
"Glas in kunstlerischer Gestalt" 105.
69. Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 12, Dec. 1985, pp. 2410- "Have Furnace, Will Travel"
"Expositions: Lumiere et transparences, vitraux 2411, ill. THe Journal, a Newsletter for Friends of Wheaton
experimentaux" 2nd International Symposium at Crystalex, 1985. Village, v. 9, no. 3, 1986, p. 2, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 25, Glassblowing workshop group gives demonstra­
Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 37, ill. 87. tions with portable furnace.
Work of "le groupe Talisman" in 1985 Le Mans "Glas: Kulturgut im Wandel der Zeit. Die Wiederent-
deckung der Kunst des Diatretschleifens" 106.
exhibit.
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 4, April 1986, pp. 810-811, "Henry Marchant Marches Ahead"
70. Tableware International, v. 16, no, 2, Feb. 1986, pp.
ill.
"Expositions: Maria Lugossy" Reproduction of a cage cup by Josef Welzel of 138-139, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 28, Hadamar school.- Imported Czech tableware: Moser, KarlovyVary, etc.
May/June 1986, p. 52, ill. 107.
Paris show. 88. "High Appreciation at the Leipzig Fair"
71. "Glasarbeiten von Lothar Schulz im Glasmuseum For You from Czechoslovakia, no.1, March 1986, p.
"Faszination macht sie zur Kunstlerin: Leistungs- Frauenau" 86, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 8, 1986, p. 196, ill. Drinking set by Pavel Hlava.
schau des tschechoslowakischen Glases"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 7, 1985, p. 36, ill. 89. 108.
Blanka Adensamova. "Glaskunst ohne Museums-Atmosphare" "Historic Wheaton Village and Its Artisans Receive
72. Porzellan + Glas, no. 4,1986, p. 100, ill. Grants"
"Featured Artist: Michael Joplin, Glass" Frankfurt bank displays Czech glass. The Journal, a Newsletter for Friends of Wheaton
del Mano Gallery & Studio Newsletter, v. 4, no. 3, Village, v. 9, no. 4, 1986, p. 3, ill.
90. David Lewin, Jeff Sammartino.
Summer 1986, p. 3, ill.
"Glaskunst zieht Bilanz"
73. Porzellan + Glas, no. 8, 1985, p. 290, ill. 109.
"First National ACC Conference in Nine Years Heide-Astrid Betz-Schlierer work included in "The History of Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village"
Explores Many Themes" Rouen exhibition. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 27-28, ill.
110. 129. 147.
"Hommage a Picasso" "Jean Hans Arp 1886-1966" "Luca Bojola Studio"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 113, Nov. 1986, pp. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 31, Casa Stile, v. 13, no. 148, March 1986, p. 46, ill.
18-19, ill. Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 42, ill.
Paris exhibit: glass by Frangois Paire, Scott L. Arp designs executed in glass by Egidio Constan- 148.
Slagerman. tini. "Luigi Colani schuf Glasserie fur Ritzenhoff"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 1, 1985, p. 57, ill.
111. 130.
"Honey Flowers of Crystalex" "Die Jungsten der Glasmoderne.. 149.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 1,1986, pp. 16-17, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 12, 1984, p. 45, ill. "II made in Venice a Singapore"
Mieke Groot and other Dutch students in Lucerne Casa Vogue,no. 166, Sept. 1985, p. 359,ill. English
112. exhibit. summary.
"How to Tell What You're Buying in Tiffany Glass" Sculptural lamp by Mario Ticco and VeArt for lobby
Home Lighting & Accessoires, v. 68, no. 8, Aug. 131. of Singapore hotel.
1985, pp. 36-38, 40-50, ill. "Jutta Cluny-Franz Commemoration Prize"
Reproduction lamps and lighting, including current British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986, p. 150.
firms making "Tiffany" glass. 12. "Malerei in Glas und auf der Leinwand"
Porzellan - Glas, no. 7,1985, p. 83.
113. 132. Jack Ink exhibit, Munich.
"Huge Wall of Water Almost Wipes Out Potter and "Karhula-littala: From the Ice Caves of the North"
Glassblower in Flood-Ravaged Virginia" Tableware International, v. 16, no. 4, April 1986, pp. 151.
The Crafts Report, v. 12, no. 120, Jan. 1986, p. 14. 27-31, ill. "Maria Lugossy: 1. Cuny-Preistragerin"
Shenandoah Art Glass Ltd., Staunton, Va. Anniversary of Aalto vase. Also designs by Wirk- GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3, no. 2,1986, p. 10, ill.
kala, Sarpaneva, Kokko. 152.
114.
"Eine imponierende Leistungsschau der modernen 133. "Marie-Claude Lalique Visits the U.S."
Glaskunst" "Klingenbrunn Kristallglas... Italienischer Designer Continental Homewares, Fall 1985, p. 96, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 1,1986, pp. 76-77, ill. sorgt fur Impulse" 153.
Second international glass symposium in Novy Porzellan + Glas, no. 4,1986, p. 42, ill. "Market: Lighting"
Bor, Oct. 1985. Tableware by Ambrosio Rossari. Interior Design, v. 57, no. 3, March 1986,
115. 134. p. 126+ , ill.
"An Important Centre for Paperweight Manufacture" '"Kosta Boda' - Presentation bei Rosenthal" 154.
Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, no. 24, Nov. Die Schaulade, Jan. 1986, pp. 108-109, ill. "Mats Jonasson- ein Name wurde zum Markenzei-
1986, item 3. Perthshire. Display of 100 glass candelabras by eight Swedish chen"
artists. Porzellan + Glas, no. 10,1986, p. 107, ill.
116.
"In Memoriam... Dr. Robert C. Fritz" 135. Swedish engraver.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 94, ill. "Kulturpreis fur Erwin Eisch" 155.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 8,1986, p. 196, ill. "Messe/Fair. Glas 86"
117.
"Informationen" 136. Neues Glas,no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 294-295, ill.
Neues Glas, continuing series: no 1, Jan./March "Kunst in Glas" Dusseldorf, Sept. 1986 event for industrial, produc­
1986 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986. Porzellan + Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 146-157, ill. tion, and handworked glass.
News of exhibitions, conferences, new books, etc. Sculptures, vases, bowls by European production 156.
designers and studio artists. "Mezinarodm sklarske Sympozium Novy Bor 1985"
118.
"Infoverre" 137. Sklar a Keramik, v. 36, no. 2,1986, pp. 5-8 insert,
LAtelierdes Metiers d Art, no. 107, April 1986, p. 27, "Kunst in Glas aus derTschechoslovakei" ill.
ill. Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 3, March 1986, pp. 732- 157.
Brief descriptions of spring exhibitions and sympo­ 733, ill. "Miniaturen mit der Individualist des echten Kunst-
siums in London, Marseille, Paris etc. Blanka Adensamova, Bretislav Novak in Frankfurt werks"
exhibit. Porzellan + Glas, no. 11, 1984, p. 37, ill.
119.
"Inge-Glas-Christbaumschmuck" 138. Boda Artist Collection.
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 2,1986, pp. 512-514, ill. "Kunsthandwerk im Fachhandel: Ein Umsatztrager 158.
Old-style Christmas ornaments handmade by firm mit Imagenutzen" "Mobili per il 1986 (e qualche lampada)"
today. Porzellan + Glas, no. 5, 1986, p. 69, ill. Abitare, no. 241, Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 64-69, ill.
Stuttgart "Glas Haus." Glass and lamps by Fontana Arte, Venini, Barovier
120.
"Inge-Glas hilft Jugendlichen" 139. &Toso, and others.
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 1, Jan. 1985, "Kunstlerhand formt erlesenes Glas" 159.
p. 126, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 3,1985, p. 61, ill. "Moderner Designanspruch paart sich mit traditio-
Handmade Christmas ornament firm. Drinking glasses by Jan Adam, Ichendorf Doro- neller Qualitat"
theenhutte. Porzellan + Glas, no. 5,1986, p. 73, ill.
121.
"Innerland: A Monumental Crystal Landscape" 140. Peter Kaspar.
The Corning Museum of Glass Newsletter, Winter "Kurzubersicht/Vitae" 160.
1986, pp. 1-2, ill. Neues Glas, continuing series: no 1, Jan./March "Modernes Design in jahrtausendealterTechnik"
Steuben piece designed by Eric Hilton, now owned 1986 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986. Porzellan + Glas, no. 4, 1986, pp. 108-109, ill.
by The Corning Museum of Glass. Artists' biographies. Pate de verre by Marc Aurel for Nachtmann Bleikri-
122. 141. stallwerke.
"Internationales Glassymposium im nordbohmi- "Langham Glass House" 161.
schen Novy Bor" The Gift Buyer International,v. 22, no. 6, Feb. 1986, "Moser: Outstanding Purity from Bohemia"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 2,1985, p. 141, ill. pp. 104-105, ill. Tableware International, v. 16, no. 4, April 1986, p.
Perfume bottles,paperweights by Ronnie Stennett- 42, ill.
123. Wilson and Paul Miller.
"Internationales Glassymposium in Frauenau" 162.
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985, p. 403. 142. "La Murrina: Lampada e piatto"
To be held in May 1985. "Langjahrige Erfahrung im Glasmachen" Domus, no. 676, Oct. 1986, u.p., ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 5,1985, pp. 54-55, ill. Venetian murrhine bowl and lampshade.
124. Josef Hauer, glassmaker atTheresienthal.
"Internationales Glassymposium in Novy Bor" 163.
Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985, 143. "Museum Has the Secret of 3-D"
p. 413, ill. "Lehrer und ihre Schuler stellen aus" Pilkington News, Nov. 12,1986, p. 4.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 5, 1985, p. 54, ill. Holography exhibit, Pilkington Glass Museum.
125. Exhibit of English glass at Lucerne.
"Interpretation actuelle de laTradition" 164.
GlasslnfoVerre, no. 4, 1986, pp. 6-7, ill. 144. "The Mysterious World of Paperweights"
Zakaria El-Khonany, Egyptian glassmaker. "Let og ligetil; klassisk og aktuel" Glass (U.K.), v. 63, no. 2, Feb. 1986, p. 70+ , ill.
126. Refleksioner (Royal Copenhagen), no. 1, Nov. Contemporary European paperweights, especially
"Interview with Peter Shire" 1985, pp. 10-13, ill. Caithness.
Glass art Society Journal 1986, Lighting and tableware designs by Lutken and
others. 165.
pp. 40-43, ill. "National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists
127. 145. Fellowships 1986"
"Ireland: A Country Supplement" "Life at the Factory" American Craft, v. 46, no. 6, Dec. 1986/Jan. 1987,
Tableware International, v. 16, no. 3, March 1986, Glass Gazette (Glass Art Association of Canada), pp. 20-29+, ill.
pp. 25-49, ill. 1986, p. 11. Ginny Ruffner, Mary Ann Toots Zynsky, George
Includes glass by Cavan, Celtic, Galway, Tyrone, Opening of glass studio workshop, "Kelonia," at Thiewes, Jon Clark, Narcissus Quagliata, Dick
and Waterford firms. Barrie, Ontario. Weiss.
128. 146. 166.
"Italian Lamp Designs on Show" "Lighting Up the World with Artistic Lamps" "Nebulos... und doch glasklar"
Home Lighting & Accessories, v. 69, no. 2, Feb. Continental Homewares, Spring 1986, p. 69, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 12, 1984, p. 94, ill.
1986, pp. 30-31, ill. Lamps by Cristalleries et Verreries d'Art de Vianne. Rosenthal paperweights.
185. 204.
"The Neon Appeal: Five Artists Shaping the Future "Paperweights - All Glass and Art" "The Quintessence of Art Noveau"
of Neon" ContinentalHomewares, Spring1986, pp. 62-67, ill. Continental Homewares, Spring 1986, pp. 82-83, ill.
International Sculpture, v. 5, no. 4, July/Aug. 1986, Examples from a dozen European firms. Lalique firm reproducing the designs of the past.
pp. 40-41 +, ill.
Antonakos, Seide, Sproat, Sonnier, Nauman. 186. 205.
"Phantasievolle Schmuckstucke aus Glas und "Radiant Dreams"
168. edlen Metallen" Vogue Decoration,no. 8, Dec. 1986,pp. 104-105, ill.
"Neon: Neon's Journey from Signage to Fine Art" Porzellan + Glas, no. 8, 1985, p. 290, ill. Saint-Louis.
International Sculpture, v. 5, no. 4, July/Aug. 1986, Irmgard Moje-Wohlgemuth.
p. 5. 206.
187. "Rakow Awards Announced"
169. "The Pilchuck School" MassBay Antiques, v. 6, no. 12, March 1986, p. 37.
"New Work in New WorK' International Sculpture,v. 5, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986, Labino and Littleton, 1985.
New Work, no. 25/26, Winter/Spring 1986, pp. p. 41, ill.
29-30, ill. 207.
188. "Rakow Commission Awarded"
170. "Places in Time: November's Best in Contemporary Journal of Glass Studies, v. 28, 1986, p. 117,
"News: Bottiglie" Art" Doug Anderson.
Domus, no. 675, Sept. 1986, u.p., ill. Art & Antiques, Nov. 1986, p. 41, ill.
Bottle designs by Ghisetti for Barovier & Toso. Howard Ben Tre. 208.
"Rakow Commission Work Unveiled"
171. 189. The Corning Museum of Glass Newsletter,Winter
"News: Craftspeople Abroad" '"Poesie in Glas' fur Sammler und Liebhaber" 1986, p. 3, ill.
Crafts, no. 80, May/June 1986, p. 11, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 7, 1985, p. 83, ill. Pate de verre piece by Doug Anderson.
Rachael Woodman bowl, prize winner at „Jugend Eisch collection, Munich.
Gestaltet" section of Munich trade fair. 209.
190. "Rassegna: Forme e luci"
172. '"Poesie in Glas' machte Station bei Commes" Domus, no. 667, Dec. 1985, u.p., III.
"News: La Cina a Murano" Porzellan + Glas, no. 12,1985, pp. 92-94, ill. "Aureola" lamps by Cini & Nils.
Domus, no. 677, Nov. 1986, u.p., ill. Erwin Eisch exhibit at Coblenz.
Carlo Moretti ..Striata" vases. 210.
191. "Rassegna speciale Euroluce"
173. "Portfolio: A Swedish Way with Glass" Domus, no. 657, Jan. 1985, u.p., ill.
"News: Murano '900" Northwest Orient, v. 17, no. 3, March 1986, pp. Lamps and lighting from Milan fair.
Domus, no. 662, June 1985, p. 75, ill. 45-49, ill.
Some contemporary glass from the MuseoVetrario 211.
exhibition. 192. "Recent Initiatives from the UK Studio Glass
"Portfolio: John Nygren" Movement"
174. American Craft, v. 46, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1986, pp. Glass(U.K.), v.63, no. 12, Dec. 1986, pp. 459-460,
"Eine nicht alltagliche Brunnenkonstruktion ent- 48-49, ill. ill.
stand in Hadamar" Merging of fine craft skills with production methods
Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. 1, Jan. 1,1986, pp. 193. at Cowdy Workshop, Midsummer Glassmakers,
24-25, ill., "Portfolio: Mary Ann (Toots) Zynsky" Jobling, and other firms.
Fountain in Hadamar incorporating a glass ball American Craft, v. 46, no. 3, June/July 1986, pp.
made by Josef Welzel. 46-47, ill. 212.
"Reviews: Kreg Kallenberger"
175. 194. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 16, ill.
'"Nordische Impressionen' bei Fuglistaller in Basel" "Portugal: Stephens"
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 6, June 1986, pp. 1194- Revue des Industries d'artOffrir,no. 221, Jan. 1986, 213.
1196, ill. pp. 232-236, ill. "Riedel-Glas prasentiert die neue Kollektion 'Silver-
Kosta Boda and Orrefors drinking glasses formed line' "
195. Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 2,1986, pp. 442-443,
into a"castle" and a hanging staircase spiral, Basel. "Pour le renouveau du verre contemporain" ill.
176. Table etCadeau, no. 274, Oct. 1986,
"Notizie & Design" p. 48, ill. 214.
Abitare, no. 239, Nov. 1985, p. 9, ill. Quartz Diffussion gallery. "Ritzenhoff Cristal lud zur Geburtstagsfeier"
Venice's Accademia Bridge plans, including glass- Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 2,1986, pp. 500-501, ill.
196.
resin one by Robert Venturi. "Preis fur Jiri Suhajek beim Internationalen Suss- 215.
177. muth Glasworkshop" "Rochester, N. Y.: A New Vision of the Vessel"
"Le Nouveau verre americain: L'Etat actuel de la Porzellan + Glas, no. 1,1986, p. 68, ill. Neues Glas,no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 223-224, ill.
technique aux Etats-Unis" Exhibition and symposium, March 1986.
197.
Revue des Industries d'artAffrir, no. 228, Sept. "Premiere expositiondes Grands Moulins au Centre 216.
1986, pp. 163-165, ill. regional des metiers d'art de Mehun sur Yevre" "Rosenthal Studio-Haus Dusseldorf"
178. Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 214, May Die Schaulade, v. 60, no. 1, Jan. 1985, p. 109, ill.
"Nuutajarvi's OivaToikka Receives Honorary Award" 1985, p. 21, ill. Swedish paperweights.
Tableware International, v. 15, no. 11, Nov. 1985, p. 7. Feb./March 1986 exhibition of French glass and
stained glass work at Mehun. 217.
179. "Royal Copenhagen 'Designing for Real People'"
198. Tableware International, v. 16, no. 4, April 1986, pp.
"O vytvarmkovi ve sklarne: S Petrem Horou rozm-
louval ojs." "La Preuve par 24" 20-22, ill.
Umeni a Remesla, no. 4, 1985, pp. 69-70. English Table et Cadeau, no. 275, Nov. 1986, Holmegaard designers Per Lutken, Arne Branzell.
summary. pp. 44-46, ill.
Baccarat: reissuesof old forms and some piecesof 218.
Interview with Petr Hora, designer at Skrdlovice "Royal Recognition for Royal Brierley Designer"
glassworks. the last 25 years.
Glass (U.K.), v. 63, no. 10, Oct. 1986, p. 353.
180. 199. Harvard University cup designed by Gwyneth
"Le Prix de la creation contemporaine de cristal" Newland.
'"Objekte 71' - Kunstausstellung als Gunter Sahm-
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 219, Nov.
Rastal-Gedachtnisausstellung" 219.
Die Schaulade,v. 61, no. 5, May 1986, pp. 998-999, 1985, p. 73, ill.
Saint-Louis design competition and awards. "Le Salon des artistes limousins"
ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 213, April
Erwin Eisch, Pavel Molnar,Willi Pistor, Jorg Zimmer­ 200. 1985, pp. 72-73, ill.
man. "Un Prix Saint-Louis" Pate de verre sculpture by Jacques Daum.
181. Table etCadeau, no. 265, Nov. 1985,
p. 44, ill. 220.
"L'ottanta e gia al museo" "Un saluto aTapio Wirkkala"
Abitare, no. 242, March 1986, pp. 140-141, ill. Design awards to American students.
Domus, no. 664, Sept. 1985, p. 89, ill.
Memphis glass objects by Ettore Sottsass and 201.
Marco Zanini. "Product Design" 221.
Domus, no. 666, Nov. 1985, pp. 48-49, ill. "Schwedisches Glas mit Ideen und Pfiff"
182. Zucchieri glasses for Barovier, Carlo Moretti table­ Porzellan + Glas, no. 6, 1985, p. 64, ill.
"Un padiglione per Murano a casastile Exhibition" ware, Tihany wall lamp for Foscarini, Leucos Asa Brand, Ulla Forsell.
Casastile, v. 13, no. 151, Aug. 1986, pp. 120-121, all-glass lamp.
ill. 222.
202. "Les Sculptures en verre de Remy Muratore"
183. "Production:Tikal by Pier Giuseppe Ramella; Plisse Revue des Industries d'art Offrir, no. 230, Nov.
"Paolo Martinuzzi, Venise" by Achille Castiglioni" 1986, p. 89, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 26, Ottagono, no. 80, March 1986, pp. 122-125, ill. Paris exhibit, Dec. 1986.
Jan./Feb. 1986, p. 44, ill. New Italian lighting.
Review of Lucerne exhibit. 223.
203. "Sechs junge tschechische Kunstler zeigen ihre
184. "II punto di vista di Casa Vogue" Kreationen in Glas"
"Paolo Rossi maestro vetraio" Casa Vogue, no. 174, May 1986, p. 145, ill. English Porzellan + Glas, no. 11,1984, p. 81, ill.
Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 144, Oct. 1985, p. 38, ill. summary. Work by Adensamova, Kolman, Novak,Tichy,
Glassmaker reproduces ancient glass styles. Lamp by Umberto Riva for Barovier & Toso. Touskova, Vesely.
224. 243. 263.
"Selected Products in Close-Up" "Suffolk Studio Glass" "Le Verre au singulier"
Design in Finland 1986, [Special issue of Finnish The Gift Buyer International, v. 22, no. 1, Sept. Le Courrierdes Metiers d'art, no. 49, Jan./Feb.
Trade Review], pp. 64-67, ill. 1985, p. 47, ill. 1986, p. 24.
Work by Markku Salo, Heikki Orvola, OivaToikka, U. K. lampworkers Brian and Sheena Croll make Olivier Juteau.
Jorma Vennola. glass flowers.
264.
225. 244. "Le Verre des stars"
"SEMA... le verre" "Swarovski - der Rolls Royce unter den Glasschlei- Table et Cadeau, no. 275, Nov. 1986, p. 27+, ill.
Le Courrierdes Metiers d'art, no. 51, April 1986, p. fern" Glass by Ettore Sottsass and other designers.
1, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no.7,1985, pp. 66-68, ill.
Exposition of Rhone-Alps region stained glass, 265.
glass engraving, etc. 245. "Le Verre insolite"
"A Swedish Way with Glass" Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 226, June
226. Northwest Orient, v. 17, no. 3, March 1986, pp. 45-49,ill. 1986, p. 31, ill.
"Serie noire" Largest cocktail glass in the world and a Bertil
L'Atelierdes Metiers dArt, no. 112,Oct. 1986, p. 35,ill. 246. Vallien ship over three meters long.
Peter Layton, Siddy Langley in Paris gallery show. "Tapio Wirkkala gestorben"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 7,1985, p. 91, ill. 266.
227. "Verrerie et cristallerie"
"Setzen Sie Ihren Kunden ein Licht auf" 247. Revue desIndustries d Art Offrir, no. 218, Oct. 1985,
Porzellan + Glas, no. 10,1985, pp. 90-91, ill. "Tchecoslovaquie: Verre sans frontiere" pp. 13-27, ill.
Lamps and lighting. Table etCadeau, no. 266, Dec. 1985, pp. 60-63, ill. New Tableware from France, Ireland, Sweden, etc.
228. 248. 267.
"Sieben Kunstler und ein Material" "Theresienthaler Glas Hand in Hand mit archaologi- "Verrerie et cristallerie au Portugal"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 12, 1984, p. 45, ill. schen Funden" Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 210, Jan.
Jiff Suhajek work in Lucerne exhibit. Porzellan + Glas, no. 12,1984, p. 96, ill. 1985, pp. 190-200, ill.
249. Portuguese firms.
229.
"The Silent Village" "Things Seen: Clearly Scandinavian" 268.
Design in Finland 1986, [Special issue of Finnish Design, no. 451, July 1986, p. 20, ill. "Verrerie-cristallerie (3): La Cristallerie en Lorraine
Trade Review], pp. 54-55, ill. Nuutajarvi glassware designed by Markku Salo and ou la jeunesse d'une industrie seculaire"
Jorma Vennola's sculptural village. Heikki Orvola. Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 230, Nov.
250. 1986, pp. 52-76, ill.
230. La Cristallerie Burgun and Les Cristalleries de
"Six medailles pour une grande cristallerie" "Timeless Scandinavian Design"
Continental Homewares, Fall 1986, pp. 63, 68-70, Saint-Louis.
Table etCadeau, no. 274, Oct. 1986, p. 16, ill.
Awards to Saint-Louis maitres-verriers and master 73-77, ill. 269.
cutters. Many designers and firms. "Les Verres sculptures de Frangois Vigorie"
251. Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 221, Jan.
231. 1986, p. 154, ill.
"Sonderschau mit iiber 300 Exponaten im Glasmu- "Timo Sarpaneva, 35 Jahre Glas"
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 7, July 1986, pp. 1352-1353, Paris exhibition.
seum Frauenau"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 2,1985, pp. 140-141, ill. ill. 270.
Bayerwald Glass Prize winners: Franz Hoeller, 252. "Vetri da collezione"
Richard Wurzer, Andreas Nirschl. "Ting man trives med; Een stor familie" Abitare, no. 242, March 1986, p. 107, ill. English
Refleksioner, v. 2, no. 2, June 1986, pp. 14-17, ill. summary.
232. Milan exhibit of work by Austrian designer Heinz
"The Splendour of Creation" Royal Copenhagen glass designers and blowers:
Poul Pedersen, Michael Bang, Per Liitken. Oestergaard for Salviati & Co.
Vogue Decoration, no. 8, Dec. 1986, pp. 54-55, ill.
Baccarat. 253. 271.
"Top 113" "Vetri da collezione"
233. Domus, no. 669, Feb. 1986, p. 59, ill.
"Staatspreis 1985 fur Stolzle Kristall" L'Atelierdes Metiers dArt, no. 113, Nov. 1986, pp. 4-5,
ill. Sculptural cup by Heinz Oestergaard for Salviati.
Die Schaulade,v. 60, no, 12, Dec. 1985, p. 2398, ill.
Prize-winning glasses designed by Alfred Seidl. Czeslaw Zuber goblets, neon by Bruce Nauman. 272.
254. "I Vetri di Sergio Asti per Nason & Moretti"
234. Abitare, no. 247, Sept. 1986, p. 217, ill. English
"Steuben Glass a Royal Present" "Top-Glasdesign fur ein neues Geschenkartikel-Sorti-
ment von Riedel" summary.
The Gaffer(Corning GlassWorks), v. 44, no. 6, Oct. Sergio Asti glasses.
1986, p. 3, ill. Die Schaulade,v. 59, no, 12, Dec. 1984, p. 2248-2249,
Engraved marriage goblets. ill. 273.
Boxes, lamps, vases. "Vetri in esposizione permanente"
235. Abitare, no. 237, Sept. 1985, Notizie pp. 13-14, ill.
"Steuben Glass Presents the Iris Vase:An Exquisite 255.
"Tradition, die den Weg in die Zukunft weist" English summary.
Crystal of Classic Design" 20th-c. glass section of the Murano glass museum.
The Gaffer (Corning Glass Works), v. 44, no. 5, Porzellan + Glas, no. 9, 1986, pp. 88-89, ill.
Aug. 1986, p. 1, ill. 130 years of the glass school at Kamenicky Senov; 274.
student work. "Vetri in Progress"
236. Casa Vogue, no. 176, July/Aug. 1986, p. 143, ill.
"Stolzle-Oberglas. Osterreichische Glaskunst" 256.
"Die Tradition geht Hand in Hand mit schoperischer Glass by Alessandro and Laura de Santillana.
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 7, July 1986, pp. 1328-
1329, ill. Gestaltung" 275.
Clifford Rainey's large cast sculpture of a figure for Porzellan + Glas, no. 12,1985, p. 62, ill. "A Visit with Bob and Ray Banford"
a Vienna exhibition. Lampworking at Lauscha. Paperweight News, v. 8, no. 1, Feb. 1986, pp. 7-9,ill.
237. 257. 276.
"Strauss Gifts" "La trasparenza della tradizione negli oggetti di Baro- "Vom kleinen Hausgewerbe zum umsatzstarken
The Corning Museum of Glass Newsletter,Winter vier e Toso" Unternehmen"
Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 142, Aug. 1985, pp. 152-153, ill. Porzellan + Glas, no. 2, 1986, p. 327, ill.
1986, p. 4, ill.
Commemorative Lalique punch bowl, about 1970. 258. Making traditional kinds of Christmas ornaments at
"Tunbridge Glassworks" Inge-Glas.
238.
"Stredni umeleckoprumyslova sklarska skola Interior Design, v. 56, no. 11, Nov. 1985, p. 111, ill. 277.
Kamenicky Senov" Robin Mix. "Vom Schirm iiber die Petroleumlampe zum begehr-
Sklara Keramik, v. 36, no. 8, 1986, pp. 29-32, ill. 259. ten Exportartikel"
"Umfassendes Spektrum der neuen tschechoslowaki- Porzellan + Glas, no. 8, 1986, p. 258, ill.
239. Tableware from Krosno glassworks, Poland.
"Stuart Crystal" schen Glaskunst"
The Gift Buyer International, v. 22, no. 2, Oct. 1985, Porzellan + Glas, no. 5,1986, p. 70, ill. English
278.
pp. 27-30, ill. summary. "Von der Kleinserie zu Unikaten und zur Rauminstal-
Work of Libensky school shown at Essen.
lation"
240.
260. Porzellan + Glas, no. 10,1985, p. 61, ill.
"Student Work: Ceramics, Glass & Metalwork"
"Vasarelys 'Erebus' fur Friedrich Nowottny" Exhibit of Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin
Design, no. 442, Oct. 1985, pp. 44-45, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 5, 1986, p. 88, ill. work at Lucerne.
Bowls by Margaret Alston and metal-rimmed jars
by Anne-Maria Dickinson. Victor Vasarely.
279.
241. 261. "Von Marc Aurel 'Pate de verre'"
"Studio Glass" "Venini: Un Renouvellement continu..." Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 7, July 1986, pp. 1356-
Monthly Bulletin for the Glass Industry (Cookson Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 224, April 1986, 1357, ill.
Ceramics & Antimony Ltd.), no. 606, Nov. 1986, p. 1. pp. 90-93, ill. Nachtmann linecombining patede verre segments
with clear glass.
242. 262.
"Successful Exhibition" "La Venus de Dali" 280.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 10, 1985, p. 27, ill. Table etCadeau, no. 267, Jan. 1986, p. 123, ill. "Vysledky praci na sklarskych sympoziich hutniho
Bohemia Crystal Co. show in Perth, Australia. Dali design for pate de verre statue made by Daum. skla realizovanena sklrskehuti ustredf umeleckych
remesel ve skrdloviclch" J it.
Sklara Keramik,v. 36, no. 6,1986,insert pp. 21-24, ABERYSTWYTH, WALES. ABERYST­ ANDERSON, LINDSAY
ill. WYTH ARTS CENTRE "Continuity and Change"
Work by Svoboda, Oliva, Libensky, Vizner, and Glass: Deborah Fladgate Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 87-92, ill.
others. Aberystwyth: the arts center,1986,1 p. leaflet, ill.In Exhibition of ceramics and studio glass (from the
Celtic and English. Chisholm Instituteof Technology) that toured China.
281.
"Weihwasserflasche fur Ministerprasident Franz 299. 315.
Josef Strauss" ADAMS, BROOKS ANDERSON, NOLA
Porzellan + Glas, no. 9, 1985, p. 66, ill. "Arch Connelly at Charles Cowles and Holly Solo­ "Pilchuck-GO"
Presentation flask made by Leo Buttner,Christinen- mon" Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, pp. 114-115,
hutte. Art in America, v. 74, no. 6, June 1986, p. 126, ill. ill.
282. Multimedia constructions.
"Zaznamy 1: Podmal'ba na skle netradicne" 316.
Umeni a Remesla, no. 3,1986, p. 41, ill. 300. "The Wagga Wagga Biennial"
Boxes with reverse-painted glass lids. ADLEROVA,ALENA Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1986, pp. 60-63, ill.
"Contemporary Czechoslovak Glass in Architecture Review of Australia's Third National Glass Biennial,
283. (An Exhibition in Great Britain)" 1985.
"Zeitgenossische Glaskunst von Orrefors" Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, pp. 14-17, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 5,1986, p. 71, ill. 317.
Gunnar Cyren, Eva Englund, Lars Hellsten. 301. ANDREW, CARL
284. "Czechoslovak Artists at the Second Coburg Glass "National Glass Biennial Australia"
"Zeitgenossische Glaskunst von Thomas Patti auf Prize" Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986,
der GLAS '86" Glass Review, v. 41, no. 1,1986, pp. 18-23, ill. pp. 10-14, ill.
Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. no. 17, Sept. 1,1986, p.
750, ill. 302. 318
"DaliborTichy, in memoriam" AN'NECY. MUSEE CHATEAU D'AN-
285. Umeni a Remesla, no. 3, 1986, pp. 54-56, ill. NECY
"Zeitgenossische Werke aus Europa" Verre contemporain: Mini-volumes
GlaslnfoVerre, no. 4, 1986, p. 3, ill. 303. Annecy: the museum, 1985, [14] pp., ill.
Marcel Biland, glass/metal sculptures. "Karel Wunsch: Twenty-five Years of Creative Work" Sept.-Nov. 1985 exhibition, 30 European artists.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 10, 1986, p. 22-26, ill.
286. 319.
"Zum Glassymposium ein Doppelgeburtstag" 304. ARMSTRONG, GILLYANDJULIER,
Porzellan + Glas, no. 8,1985, pp. 146-147, ill. "The New Glass of Jitka Forejtova" KATE
2nd international symposium at Frauenau, May Glass Review, v. 41, no. 1,1986, pp. 24-26, ill. "Coburg: If It's Tuesday, It Must Be Belgium"
1985. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/
287. 305. 1986, pp. 20-21, ill.
"Zusammenwirken von Glas und Licht" "Prostor 3: Spielraum Natur/Scope of Nature" Students visit Coburg exhibition.
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 8, Aug. 1986, p. 10, ill. Neues Glas,no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 272-275,ill.
Summer exhibition at Baden'Wurttemberg, Sept. 1986 exhibition in Vsemina, Czechoslovakia. 320.
"Landesausstellung Kunsthandwerk." ARNHEM. GEMEENTEMUSEUM
306. Fiiigrane Interferenti: Nieuwe Unica A. D. Copier
288. "Stanislav Libensky's Early Work (Painted Glass Arnhem: the museum, 1986, 32 pp., ill. English
"Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis ging an Erwin Eisch. 1945-1948). An Article to Mark the Artist's 65th summary.
Authentische Dokumentation des zeitgenossi- Birthday" Copier's work done in Murano, 1984-1985.
schen Glasschaffens" Glass Review, v. 41, no. 6,1986, pp. 9-13, ill.
Porzellan + Glas, no. 9, 1985, p. 68, ill. 321.
289. 307. ARNSTADT, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC
"lie Prix de Coburg" "100 Yearsof Existence of the School of Applied Arts REPUBLIC. MUSEEN DER STADT
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 25, in Prague" Albin Schaedel: Glasgestaltung vor der Lampe
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 12-24, Arnstadt: the museum, [1978], [40] pp., ill.
Nov./Dec. 1985, pp. 40-41, ill.
ill.
290. 322.
"10 annees de succes 'brilliants' pour Swarovski" 308. ASHTON, DORE
Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 228, Sept. ALBERTSEN, THOMAS "Christopher Wilmarth: Alluvions/Layers"
1986, pp. 166-167, ill. "Dorotheenhutte: Neubeginn mit einem Kunstler Cimaise, Art et Architecture Actuels (Paris), Spring
von Weltruf" 1984, pp. 69-72, ill. English summary.
291. Die Schaulade,v. 60, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp. 478-479,
"X. Kunstausstellung. Gunter Sahm-Rastal Ge- ill. English summary.
dachtnisausstellung" Heinz Oestergaard. ATKINS, ROBERT
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 6, June 1986, pp. 1158- "Memphis: Design, Art and Controversy"
1161. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 46-50, ill.
309.
Willi Pistor pieces. AMERICAN CRAFT ASSOCIATION,
292. ASSOCIATES. '85 SELECTION: EXHI­ 324.
"24 Kiinstler aus neun Landern stellten sich der BITION/SALE AUGUSJA, KAREL
Jury" New York, N. Y.: American Craft Museum, 1985, "Kronika: Ceskoslovenske umelecke sklo v NDR"
Porzellan + Glas, no. 9, 1985, p. 76, ill. folder with 4 pamphlets. Umeni a Remesla, no. 3, 1985, pp. 68-69.
Sussmuth competition includes prize winners Exhibition of work of 19 glass artists; auction 1985 exhibit of Czech glass shown in Berlin and
Pavel Molnar, Paula Bartrong, Rene Roubfcek. included 10 glass artists. Erfurt.
293. 310. 325.
"'30 Jahre Riedel-Glas in Osterreich': Eine Ausstel- AMERICAN CRAFT ENTERPRISES. BAAS, FRIEDRICH-KARL
lung in Wien" 1986 DIRECTORY OF EXHIBITORS: "Andries Dirk Copier im Glasmuseum Immenhau-
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 11, Nov. 1986, pp. 2292- BALTIMORE, W EST SPRINGFIEL D, sen"
2293, ill. SAN FRANCISCO Glas (Gesellschaft der Freunde der Glaskunst
Opening of exhibition of Riedel glass. New Paltz, N.Y.: AmericanCraft Enterprises, 1986, Richard Sussmuth e. V., Immenhausen), no. 2,
294. 51 pp. Dec. 1984, pp. 3-9, ill.
"130 Jahre Glasfachschule in Kamenicky Senov" Includes artists' addresses.
Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 11, Nov. 1986, p. 2328, ill. 326.
311. "Der Hohlglasgestalter Richard Sussmuthvon 1946
295. AMERICAN CRAFT ENTERPRISES. bis 1966"
"1986 Education Supplement" 1986 SAN FRANCISCO LISTING OF Glas (Gesellschaft der Freunde der Glaskunst
Craft Australia, no. 1, Autumn 1986, pp. 41-69, ill. EXHIBITORS: WE'RE BACK AT FORT Richard Sussmuthe. V., Immenhausen), no. 1,May
Glass and stained glass from Australian colleges. MASON 1984, pp. 1-8, ill.
296. New Paltz, N.Y.: AmericanCraft Enterprises, 1986,
"1986 Second Session CGGA Fellowships Awar­ 11 pp. 327.
ded" ACC Craftfair artists showingblown, etched, fused, "Die 2. Internationalen Sussmuth-Glaskunst-Tage
The Journal, a Newsletter for Friends of Wheaton slumped, and sculptural glass and glass jewelry. vom 16. bis 21. Juli 1985 - ein Ruckblick"
Village, v. 9, no. 3,1986, p. 2. Glas (Gesellschaft der Freunde der Glaskunst
Rick Mills, Lynne-Rachel Altman, Melanie Guern­ O \£.. Richard Sussmuth e.V., Immenhausen), no. 4,
sey, David Leppla. AMSTERDAM. STEDELIJK MUSEUM Dec. 1985, pp. 2-8, ill.
Wilhelm Wagenfeld:acht vazen en een mosterdpot Workshop participants, awards.
297. Amsterdam: the museum, 1963,1 folded sheet, ill.
AARONSON,ADAM Eight vases and a mustard pot. o^o.
"Adam's Garden of Eden" BABEY, MARIE-FRANQOISE
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986, J IO. "Debat: Le Verre a boire"
p. 42. ANDERSON,HARRY Table et Cadeau, no. 271, May 1986, pp. 33-53, ill.
New glassmaking studio opened by Coleridge "Harry Anderson" Marketing, fabrication, latest production lines of
gallery. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 62, ill. drinking glasses.
329. 342.
BAKER,KENNETH "Three Drawers Down from Gropius" B E Y L I C K , M E L O D I E ; M A R Q U I S , RL-
"American Broken Glass: Sculpture from a Punster" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986, CHARD; and POSNER, RICHARD
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 117, ill. pp. 8-12, ill. "Decoration and Expression"
Richard Posner installation, Oakland, Cal. Author's glass designing position with Rosenthal Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 62-70, ill.
AG.
330.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. MERE­ 343. BIENCZYK, JAN
DITH GALLERY OF CONTEMPORARY BEAUMONT, THIERRY DE "Jak polscy szklarze uruchamiali huty na Ziemiach
ART "Marco de Gueltzl ou I'apologie d'un socle" Odzyskanych"
Introduction to the New York Experimental Glass LAtelierdes Metiers dArt, no. 108, May 1986, pp. Szklo i Ceramika, v. 37, no. 3,1986, pp. 91-93.
Workshop 9-11, ill. Brief histories of some Polish glasshouses and
Baltimore: the gallery, 1986, [20] pp. Decorative sculptural bases incorporating glass developments since 1946.
Exhibition information, resumes of artists: Bruce, and lightingdesigned for display of Seguso objects.
Frode, Gudenrath, Harmon, Munro, Navarro. 360.
344. BIZOT, CHANTAL
OO I. "LesTechnocrafts: Roger Narboni" "Bijoux de verre"
BANCROFT, JOANNE a n d others LAtelier des Metiers dArt, no. 112, Oct. 1986, p. 18, La Revue de la Ceramique du Verre, no. 28, May/
"Farnham Favour: Workshop Reports" ill. June 1986, pp. 16-22, ill.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/ Linda MacNeil, L. de Santillana, Claude Momiron,
1986, pp. 12-17, ill. 345. Jacqueline Lillie, Y. Zoritchak, S. Kasaly, N. Morin,
B.A.G. conference workshops given by Ribka, BENJAMIN, JENNIFER and others.
Zynsky, Dailey, Sanger, Eisch, Clegg, Crowley. "Pick of the Crop"
Design, no. 451, July 1986, p. 9, ill. JO la
332. Bubble glassware by Hilary Green. BLANN, ZOLA
BA'NNARD, WALTER DARBY "Steven Easton: Recent Excavations"
"Craft and Art Envy" 346. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 12-13, ill.
New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 28-29 + , ill. "Raising Our Glasses"
Essay delivered as a lecture at 2nd Pilchuck confe­ Design, no. 452, Aug. 1986, pp. 30-33, ill. 362.
rence, 1985. Dema Glass and Royal Brierley. BLEKEN, METTE
"Severin Brorby: En levende individualist"
333. 347. Glassposten, no. 5, Nov. 1985, pp. 14-15, ill.
BAROVIER MENTASTI, ROSAand BENYON, M A R G A R E T a n d WEB­ Former Hadeland designer has studio inBuskerud.
TONINATO, TULLIO STER, JOHN
Glas in Murano "Pulsed Holography as Art" 363.
Venice: Region Venetien und der Industrie- und Leonardo, v. 19, no. 3,1986, pp. 185-191, ill. BLOCH-DERMANT, JANINE
Handelskammer, 1983,141 pp., ill. "Poetische Expressionenin Glas von/Poetic Expres­
Technology and tradition, and mostly contemporary 348. sions in Glass by Czeslaw Zuber"
glass: Tableware, lighting, sculpture, mirrors,etc. of BERKSON, BILL Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 29-33,
Muranese firms. "Report from Seattle: In the studios" ill.
Art inAmerica, v. 74, no. 9, Sept. 1986, pp. 28-45, ill.
334. Glass artists, pp. 38-40. 364.
BA'RTLETT, KAREN TALLAKSEN BOCA RATON, FLORIDA. BOCA RA­
"A Show of Hands" 349. TON MUSEUM OF ART
Exhibit 129 (Atlanta, Ga.), July/Aug. 1985, pp. 2-3, "Reviews: Italo Scanga" Contemporary Czechoslovakian Glass Art
ill. Artforum, v. 25, no. 1, Sept. 1986, p. 141, ill. Boca Raton: the museum, 1985, 36 pp., ill.
HansGodo Frabel. Oakland Museum exhibit. 1985 exhibit organized by Habatat Galleries.

335. 350. 365.


BASEL. KUNSTHALLE a n d KUNST- "Seattle Sites" BOETHIUS, LENA
MUSEUM Art in America, v. 74, no.7, July 1986, pp. 68-83+, ill. "Batar m m sandgjutet i glas"
Kunsthalle Basel, funf Installationen in fluoreszie- Mentions Pilchuck, Antonakos neon, Puryear knoll Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, p. 58, ill.
rendem Licht von Dan Flavin/Kunstmuseum Basel made of concrete and inlaid glass. Bertil Vallien boat.
.... zwei Installationen in fluoreszierendem Licht
von Flavin <13 I. 366.
Basel: [s.n.], 1975,110 pp., ill. English captions. BERLIN. STUDIO-GALERIE DES "Formrevy: Aniaras galaxer"
Exhibitions of Flavin fluorescent work, 1975. STAATLICHEN KUNSTHANDELS DER Form, v. 82, no. 1 (639), 1986, p. 51, ill.
DDR Eva Almeberg.
336. Gute Form '86: Kunsthandwerker und Formgestal-
BASSET, KLAUS terderDDR. Glas, Schmuck, Porzellan, Kleinmo- 367.
"Glasperlen -Objekte von Helga Oexle" bel, Holz, Zinn "Formrevy: Glaspapper"
Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. 11, June 1986, pp. Berlin: the gallery, 1986, 32 pp., ill. Form, v. 82, no. 2 (640), 1986, p. 41, ill.
548-550, ill. Marlies Ameling, Christine Glasow, Sabine Gun- Kjell Engman piece.
Beaded sculptures by German artist. ther, Uta Huth, Brigitte Mahn-Diedering.
368.
337. "Formrevy: Raka glas. Vas vitreum"
BATCHELOR, CAROLYN PRINCE BERN, SWITZERLAND. KUNSTMU- Form, v. 82, no. 4 (642), 1986, pp. 56-57, ill.
"Reviews: The Oakland Museum. The Saxe Collec­ SEUM Reviews: Anders Wingard, Berit Johansson.
tion and Italo Scanga" Jean Mauboules: Skulpturen - Collagen
International Sculpture, v. 5, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986, Bern: the museum, 1984,36 pp., ill. 369.
p. 33, ill. "Glasbilder"
Brief description of the exhibitions. 353. Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, p. 59, ill.
BERNSTEIN, ROSITA Reino Bjork and Helena Gibson piece.
338 "Concetta Mason: GefaBfragmenteA/essel Frag­
BATE, ULRICH ments" 370.
"Messe-lnterview. Vonalien Enden dieser Erde sind Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 184-185, ill. BOISE, IDAHO. THE BOISE GAL­
die Leute da" LERY OF ART
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 10, Oct. 1986, p. 24+ , ill. 354. Contained Space and Trapped Light: Larry Bell's
Interview with Gerd Bischoff about "Glas '86," "Glas Schmuck/Glass Jewelry/Bijoux de verre" Sculptural Environments
Dusseldorf. Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 36-44, ill. Boise: the gallery, 1986, [8] pp., ill.
Doris Neumann, Jacqueline Lillie, Linda MacNeil,
339. and many others. 371.
BAUER, DOROTHY BERKOWITZ; Contemporary Glass: A Decade Apart
D'ONOFRIO, BERNIE; HOUDE, 355. Boise: the gallery, 1984, [30] pp., ill.
FRANQOIS "Ein Kreis ist ein Kreis" 12 artists show their personal development in glass
"The Relevance of Graduate Education" Kunst + Handwerk, no. 3, May/June 1986, pp. over the past decade.
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 81-88, 169-172, ill.
ill. Glass jewelry by Doris Neumann. 372.
BOMAN, MONICA
340. 356. "Portrattet: Sandin & Bulow - samstamd duo"
BAUM,PETER "Le Verre au feminin" Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, pp. 4-5, ill.
"Venedig: Biennale ohne Aufwind" Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, pp. 95-96, ill. Lamps and some glass furniture by design
Kunst undKirche, no. 3,1986, pp. 192-194, ill. European exhibitions of women glass artists. team.
computerized light installation by Waltraut Cooper.
357. OfO.
341. "Wettbewerb: Die Kugel" BONNER, JUDITH H.
BAYLISS, ARLON Kunst + Handwerk, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. "Glassmaking and the Newcomb Tradition"
"The Foundry" 326-328, ill. Arts Quarterly (New Orleans Museum of Art), v. 8,
The Glass Cone, no. 9, March 1986, p. 6. Exhibition of sculptures that combine glass spheres no. 3, July/Aug.Sept. 1986, pp. 10-12, ill.
Studio glass department of Royal Brierley Crystal. with metal. Exhibition of Gene Koss work.
374. Romania (Text byVirgil Mocanu and Grigore Arbore) 402.
BONY, ANNE [Bucharest]: the gallery, 1985, [16] pp., ill. English "Exhibitions: Washington, D.C."
LesAnnees 50 summary. Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1986, p. 41.
Paris: Editions du Regard, 1982, 572 pp., ill. Terry Davidson, Valentin vanetik, Janusz Walenty-
Glass of the 1950s: Italian, Scandinavian, and 387. nowicz, Gene Koss, Stepehn Day, John Luebtow.
French vases, bottles, and tableware; glass-topped BUECHNER,THOMAS
tables, lighting, etc. "People Who Live in Glass Houses" 403.
The Economist, April 19,1986, pp. 111-112, ill. "The Haystack Experience: The Thrill of It All"
Ol o. Rediscovery of decorative glassin architecture and New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, p. 33,ill.
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS. BANK a brief survey of studio glass today. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Maine.
OF BOSTON
Massachusetts College of Art Alumni and faculty 388. 404.
Exhibition at Bank of Boston BUECHNER, THOMAS -COWLES, "Reviews"
[Boston: Bank of Boston,1985,15] pp., ill. CHARLES; GLUECK, GRACE; and New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp.
Autumn show includes Bonnie Biggs, Dan Dailey, MUCHNIC, SUZANNE 43-53, ill.
Janna Longacre, Richard Yelle. "A Critical Response to Americans in Glass'" Over 30 exhibition reviews of 1985 shows inN. Y.C.,
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 20-28, ill. New Orleans, Seattle, etc.
j;u.
BOTTI MONTI, ADRIANA; PAVESI, 389 405.
MlLOSKA; and others BURTON, DAVID M. "Reviews: Stanislaw Borowski, Howard BenTre,
"Salone '85: Rever et revenir a Rivara" "Pate de Verre and Cast Glass" KeKe Cribbs, Stephen Dale Edwards, Dangerous
Casa Vogue, no. 169, Dec. 1985, pp. 152-206, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 20-28, ill. Art, Douglas Navarra, Robert Kehlmann, Hank
English summary. Murta Adams"
Laura di Santillana and MatteoThun vases; lamps, 390. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 16-23, ill.
lighting, and glass tables by many designers. BUSCH, AKIKO
"By Design" 406.
Oil. Metropolis, v. 6, no. 3, Oct. 1986, pp. 120-123, ill. "Rochester Institute of Technology: A School for
BOUREL, YVES Lighting designs:Harry Anderson,Geoffrey Warner, Craftsmen"
"Art du verre a Rouen" Mark McDonnell, Clyde Lynds, and others. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 7, ill.
LAffiche Culturelle de Haute-Normandie, no. 105,
391.
Aug./Sept. 1985, pp. 21-26, ill. 407.
Review of an international exhibition at Musee des
BYRUM,JOHN "The Saxe Collection"
"Exposing: 'Walking through Walls'"
Beaux-Arts, Rouen, Summer 1985. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 123-124, ill.
Dialogue, An Art Journal{Columbus, O.),v. 9, no. 3,
May/June 1986, p. 27, ill.
378. 408.
Dan Rothenfeld in Cleveland exhibit.
BRADFORD, KATHY CHAMPAGNE, LEE ROY; SHANNON,
"G.A.S. Is a Gas"
392.
ELIZABETH; and VAN CLINE, MARY
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 5, June 1986, "Ritualism"
p. 32.
CARPENTER, JAMES; DAILEY, DAN; Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986,
H E L L S T E N , L A R S ; M CF A D D E N , D A -
pp. 72-79, ill.
VID ; and SOTTSASS, ETTORE
379. Statements by the artists.
"Art of Design"
BRATISLAVA, CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 30-45, ill.
GALERIACYPRIANAMAJERNIKA Statements by the artists and a panel discussion.
409.
AskoldZacko: Sklo (Text by L'udo Petransky and CHARLESTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
Agata Zackova) [Bratislava: the gallery], 1986, 27
393.
GIBBES ART GALLERY
pp., ill. English summary. North Carolina Glass '86
Exhibition of Zacko's work.
CASH, SIDNEY Cullowhee, N.C.: Western Carolina University,
"Sidney Cash" 1986, 47 pp., ill. In English and German.
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, p. 63, ill.
380. 7th Biennial exhibition: work of 16 artists, curated
B R A T T L E B O R O , V E R M O N T. B R A T T - 394.
by Joan Falconer Byrd.
LEBORO MUSEUM and ART CENTER CASPER, GERRIE a n d SMITHS, KATHY
Workshop Experiments: Clay, Paper, Fabric, Glass 410.
"Recent Acquisitions; Shop News"
Brattleboro: the museum, 1985, 28 pp., ill. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Preview, no. 12, May/
CHARPENTIER, PASCALE
NYEGWand Pilchuck work:Thomas Bang, Lynda "Anthony Guibe, un designer du verre"
June/July 1986, pp. [3-5], ill. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 25,
Benglis, Sandy Gellis, Sheila Klein, Patsy Norvell, Paul Stankard paperweights.
John Torreano. Nov./Dec. 1985, pp. 28-29, ill.
395
411.
OO I .
BRAY, CHARLES CE'LANT, GERMANO CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. NAVY PIER
"Stations on a Journey" Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition
"The New Glass Museum at Ebeltoft in Denmark" Artforum, v. 24, no. 4, Dec. 1985, pp. 76-79, ill.
The Glass Cone, no. 11, Sept. 1986, p. 5. Chicago: Chicago International New Art Forms
Reinhard Mucha assemblages include neon,
Exposition, 1986, 127 pp., ill.
painted glass panels. Includes many glass artists.
382.
"West Goes East: Report on the Czech Glass 396.
Symposium" 412.
CERWINSKE, LAURA CHIHULY, DALE
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/ "Countless Walls for Modern Classics:The J. Patrick
1986, pp. 24-26. Chihuly: Color, Glass and Form
Lannan Estate" Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1986,128 pp.,
Novy Bor, Oct. 1985. Southern Accents, v. 9, no. 3, May/June 1986, pp. ill.
82-91, ill.
383. Marian Karel sculpture and other glass.
BROCKLEHURST, KEITH 413.
"Beyond Words" CHRISTIDES, DANIE
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986, pp. CHAMBERS, KAREN S. "Huit verriers allemands"
22-23, ill. "Conferences: 'Architecture of the Vessel' Sympo­ La revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 30,
Author discusses his work. sium Held at RIT" Sept./Oct. 1986, p. 53.
New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 30-31. Review of Paris exhibit.

BROOS, KEES, ed. 398. 414.


Beelden in Glas/Glass Sculpture "Conferences: GASsed in LA" "Jean-Paul Raymond"
[s.l.]: Stichting Glas [Glass Foundation], Utrecht: New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 26-27. La revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 28,
Veen-Reflex, 1986,120 pp., ill. In Dutch and Eng­ Glass Art Society, 1986. May/June 1986, p. 35, ill.
lish.
Symposium "Glas 86": results of 20 artists working 399. 415.
at several studios in the Netherlands over two "Exhibition Reviews: Los Angeles Exhibitions" "Verre Paysager"
weeks, shown at Fort Asperen. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 11-113, ill. La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 26,
Shows on view during Glass Art Society confe­ Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 42-43, ill.
385. rence. Paris exhibit of eight European glassmakers.
BRUHL, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF
GERMANY. GALERIEAM SCHLOSS 400. 416.
Tapisserie - Schmuck - Keramik - Glas "Exhibitions: Detroit, Cincinnati" CHVALINA, VLADISLAV
Cologne: Gemeinschaft der Kunstlerinnen und Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1986, p. 43. "The Foundation of Successful Costume Jewellery
Kunstfreunde e. V., Gruppe Koln, in association Three reviews: Pilchuck artists survey show, Ste­ Production"
with Stadt Bruhl andKreissparkasse Koln, 1986,79 phen Hodder and K. William LeQuier, Toots Zynsky For You fromCzechoslovakia, no. 4, Dec. 1985, pp.
PP-, i". and Mary Van Cline. 48-51, ill.
Glass, pp. 55-60: Conrad-Lindig, Huth, Lierke,
Moje-Wohlgemuth, Schulze. 401. 4 I I.
"Exhibitions: New York City" CIARAN, FIONA
386 Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1986, p. 39. "Beguiling Glass"
BUCHAREST. SIMEZA GALLERY Review of work by Zoltan Bohus and Maria Lu- NZ Listener, Aug. 23,1986, p. 55, ill.
Dan Bandla: Uniunea arti§tilor plastici din R. S. gossy, Jakob Mattner, Dan Flavin. New Zealand contemporary glass.
418. 433. 447.
CIBOT, ELISABETH CRAFTS FAIR CHELSEA 1985. A SALE DEAN, LYNDA
"Murano aujourd'hui" AND EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPO­ "Unique Hot Glass"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, RARY CRAFTS Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 101-104, ill.
Sept./Oct. 1985, pp. 30-33, ill. London: Chelsea Crafts Fair, 1985, 26 pp., ill. Australian artist Stephen Morris.

tl3. 434. 448.


CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE CONTEM­ CULLOWHEE, NORTH CAROLINA. IL DESIGN ITALIANO DEGLI ANNI '50,
PORARY ARTS CENTER CHELSEA GALLERY, WESTERN CA­ ACURADELCENTROKAPPA
Transparent Motives: Glass on a Large Scale (Text ROLINA UNIVERSITY [Milan]: R.D.E., Richerche Design Editrice, 1985,
by Karen S. Chambers) Hank Murta Adams: Sculpture 291 pp., ill. English summary.
Cincinnati: the center, 1986,36 pp., ill. Cullowhee: thegallery, WesternCarolina University, Italian design of the 1950s, including lighting and
Aschenbrenner, BenTre, Davidson, DuGrenier, 1986, 8 pp., ill. glassware.
Harned, Krasnican, Marquis, McDonnell, Statom.
435. 449.
420. CUMMING, JAN DESMOND, MICHAEL
COBURG. KUNSTVEREIN COBURG "Exuberance and Colour:The Postwar Renais­ "Lightworks"
E . V. sance of Italian Glass" Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, pp. 22-27, ill.
Email international Arts Review, v. 38, no. 3, Feb. 14,1986, Exhibition at the Australian National Gallery, Can­
Coburg: Kunstverein, 1981,155 pp., ill. p. 72, ill. berra, includes work by Dan Flavin, Keith Sonnier,
Exhibition, Autumn 1981. Review of London exhibition. Mario Merz, Bruce Nauman.

421. 436. 450.


Mater, die nicht nur malen "London Reviews: David Reekie" DEVINE, JILL
Coburg: Kunstverein Coburg, 1986, 36 pp., ill. Arts Review, v. 38, no. 7, April 11,1986, "Art's Industrial Relations"
Exhibition and sale, includes work of Ursula Huth. p. 193. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
Show at Coleridge, April 1986. p. 4.
422. Glass artists and industry in Great Britain.
COHEN, EDIE LEE 437.
"Adam D. Tihany: Unlimited" CURRIMBHOY, NAYANA I.
Interior Design, v. 56, no. 9, Sept. 1985, pp. 274-277, "Crafts for Today" DODDS, JANE
ill. Interiors, v. 146, no. 5, Dec. 1986, pp. 174-179, "Reviews: Painting on Glass at New York Experi­
Murano glass lighting produced by Foscarini to ill. mental Glass Workshop"
Tihany's designs. Carved silver and glass bed by Casson for an New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 20.
exhibit of furnishings inspired by Indian crafts.
423. 452.
"Euroluce. Milan '85. A Review of Milan's Annual 438. DOUGAN, DAVID J.
Lighting Show" DANIELI, FIDEL "Council Style"
Interior Design, v. 56, no. 12, Dec. 1985, "Exhibitions: Integrations of Color and Form" British Artists in Glass Newsletter,
pp. 154-155, ill. Artweek, v. 17, no. 4, Feb. 1,1986, p. 6, ill. Winter 1985/1986, pp. 18-19.
Review of Laddie John Dill exhibit, Los Angeles. British Crafts Council director on the
424. support of glass events.
COHN, MICHAEL 439.
"Michael Cohn" DARZAC, NATALIE 453.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 64-66, ill. "Expositions: Quartz Diffusion" DOWNEY, CALIFORNIA. DOWNEY
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 25, MUSEUM OF ART
425. Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 42, ill. Glass Art National
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO. Downey: the museum, 1986, 22 pp., ill.
FINE ARTS CENTER 440. Juried exhibition of 29 artists including three Steu­
Colorado Springs Fine Art Center: A History and "Une fete en I'honneur du verre: I'Exposition verre ben designers.
Selctions from the Permanent Collections contemporain en Europe a la galerie Paskine de
Colorado Springs, Col.: the art center, 1986,210 Gignoux a Strasbourg" tat.
pp., ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 212, March DRAKE, LAURIE
Larry Bell sculpture and John Nickerson jar. 1985, pp. 80-83, ill. "Artistic Refractions in Optical Crystal"
Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 49-56, ill.
426. 441. Sculptures by Czech-born Adelaide artists Stanis-
The New West "Moving de Septembre 86: Sur les traces du verre" lav Melis and Pavel Tomecko.
Colorado Springs: the center, 1986, 56 pp., ill. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 31,
Exhibition includes sculpture by Larry Bell and Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 51, ill. too.
neon signage. Work of Catherine Hough, Ettore Sottsass, and DRDACKA, PAVLA ROSSINI
many other glass artists in Paris. "Formrevy: Glasmuseet i Ebeltoft"
427. Form, v. 82, no. 6 (644), 1986,
CONCANNON, BILL 442. p. 36, ill.
"Bill Concannon" "Le Verre dans tous ses etats au 70e Salon des
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 67-68, ill. Ateliers d'Art et de Creation" 456.
Neon sculptures. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 210, Jan. "Transformations of Off-hand Shaped Glass: Glass
1985, p. 75+, ill. Artist DaliborTichy"
428. Work of Vera Walter, Jean-Paul van Lith, Veronique For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3, Sept. 1983,
COOK, JOHN Lutgen, and other Europeans. pp. 18-19, ill.
"Ausbildungsmoglichkeiten in Glas in GroBbritan-
nien/Great Britain - Education in Glass, Glass in 443. 457.
Education" "Le Verre en personne: Les 'Filles' d'Olivier Juteau Du RUSQUEC, CLAIRE
Neues Glas,no. 3,July/Sept. 1986, pp. 198-203, ill. et Philippe Merloz" "Un Atelier de verre a Strasbourg"
Part 2: no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 276-279, ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 215, June La revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 30,
1985, p. 73, ill. Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 40-41, ill.
429. 1985 Paris exhibition. L'Ecole des Arts Decoratifs.
"A Fragile Bond"
Craftwork, no. 13, Autumn 1986, pp. 15-17, ill. 444. 458.
Author's experiences at 2nd symposium at Cry- "Le Verre: Une Vitrine pour tous chez Quartz Diffu­ "Bijoux de verre"
stalex factory, Novy Bor. sion" La revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 26,
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 215, June Jan./Feb. 1986, p. 44, ill.
430. 1985, pp. 37-40, ill. Review of Paris exhibit.
COOKE, GLENN Interview with Paris gallery owners and some of the
"The Queensland Gift" contemporary French glass they display. 459.
Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 66-70, ill. "Claire de Rougemont; Fulvio Bianconi"
Australian craft exhibition: Peter Goss, Mitchell 445. La revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 30,
Foley. DAVIES, IESTYN Sept./Oct. 1986, p. 50, ill.
"Stuart's Studio Gamble" Review of two exhibitions.
to I. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
CORBIERE, CL. DE pp. 5-7. 460.
"Coup de jeune pour la verrerie d'art" Author discusses his work as color designer/glass- "Le Destin de Biot"
Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 221, Jan. maker at Stuart and Sons. La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 29,
1986, pp. 102-103. Eight French glass artists. [Not July/Aug. 1986, pp. 45-47, ill.
illustrated.] 446. Jean-Claude Novaro and la Verrerie de Biot.
DAY, STEPHEN PAUL; SCHLOTZ-
432. HAUER, JUDE; VAN LOO.BERT; 461.
CRAFTS COUNCIL COLLECTION WADLEY, PATRICK; a n d WATKINS, J . "L'Esprit de Wilke Adofsson"
1972-1985 "Imagery" La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 26,
London: Crafts Council, 1985, 200 pp., ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 52-60, ill. Jan./Feb. 1986, p. 45, ill.
Glass, pp. 116-129, with text by Annette Meech. Statements by the artists. Review of Paris exhibit.
478. 493.
"Expositions: 'A I'Quest du Verre,' 9 verriers a la EHN, MARIT FISCHBEIN, JOHANNA
Galerie du Salle, Quimper" "Glowing Glass" "Critical Eye: Giselle Courtney, James Minson"
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 25, Form, Swedish Design Annual,no. 7,1986, p. 87, ill. Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, p. 104.
Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 43, ill. Ann Wolff. Review of glass jewelry show, Paddington.

463. 479. 494.


"Expositions: Un Art du feu, la verrerie contempo- EIGE, G. EASON "Student Show, Glass Artists Gallery, Paddington"
raine en Suede" "Artists in the Glass Factories" Craft Australia, no. 1, Autumn 1986, p. 112.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators, Seminar Jan Blum.
Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 41, ill.1985 Paris show of Swe­ Proceedings 1984 (21st Seminar, Arlington, Va.),
dish glass. Port Jefferson, N.Y.: the society, [1985], pp. 135- taa.
149, ill. FISCHBEIN, JOHANNA a n d THORNE,
464. Studio glass artists who have worked in production PAM
"Figures de verre" factory situations. "Critical Eye: Debbie Cocks, Warren Langley"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, Craft Australia, no. 4, Summer 1986, p. 103.
Sept./Oct. 1985, pp. 23-24, ill. 480. Exhibit reviews.
Alfredo Barbini, Erwin Eisch, GuerrinoTramonti. "New American Glass: Focus 2 West Virginia"
Neues Glas,no. 3,July/Sept. 1986, pp. 208-209, ill. 496.
465. Huntington Galleries show. FLADGATE, DEBORAH a n d AARON-
"Jaromir Rybak" SON, ADAM
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 26, tO I. "Finn's Last Laugh:Two Views of the Opening"
Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 29-30, ill. ELDIN, PIA British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
"Nej tack New York" pp. 30-34.
466. Form, v. 82, no. 6 (644), 1986, pp. 24-26, ill. Ebeltoft, Denmark museum.
"Josette Rispal" Gunnel Sahlin, designer for Kosta Boda.
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 24, 497.
Sept.Oct. 1985, p. 22, ill. 482. FLAVELL, RAY
ELDRED,DALE "B.A.G. '85"
467. "Between Invention and Vision: Dale Eldred" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/
"La Poterie du Souchy, des creusets pour verriers" Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 69-71, ill. 1986, pp. 10-11, ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 31, Review of Sept. 1985 conference, Farnham.
Nov./Dec. 1986, pp. 44-45, ill. too.
Glassmaking pots. ELFORD, SHIRLEY 498.
"The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery in Waterloo" FOUGERES, FRANCE. COUVENT
468. Glass Gazette (Glass Art Association of Canada), DES URBANISTES
"Realite du verre au Japon" 1986, p. 9. Le Verre, art et industrie
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 27, Fougeres: L'Office Fougerais d'Action Culturelle,
March/April 1986, pp. 27-30, ill. 484. 1986,16 pp., ill.
Interview with Yan Zoritchak concerning the Japa­ EMANUELLI, SHARON K. Work of 22 French artists.
nese Glass scene. "Conferences: Empire State Crafts Alliance Auction
and Conference, NewYork, NewYork, 11-13 April 499.
469. 1986" THE FRABEL GALLERY 1979
"Renato Santarossa" New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 31. Atlanta, Ga.: the gallery, 1979, 30 pp., ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 26,
Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 26-28, ill. 485. 500.
ERFURT, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC FRABEL, HANS GODO
470. REPUBLIC. GALERIE AM FI- One-of-a-Kind Pieces, 1985
"Ulrika Hydman Vallien" SCHMARKT, HAUSZUMROTENOCH- [Atlanta, Ga.]:the artists, 1985, portfolio, six leaves,
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, SEN 23 photos.
Sept./Oct. 1985, pp. 25-26, ill. 6 ThuringerGlaskunstler von 1945bis 1960 (Textby
Helmut Scherf) I.
471. Erfurt: the gallery, 1985, 20 pp., ill. FRANKLIN, GERDand BLUM, JOHN
"William Wertz" Albin Schaedel, Ernst and Volkhard Precht, Ed­ ROBERT
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 28, mund Muller, Rudolf Hantschels, Jr. and Sr. "Exhibition Reviews: Americans in Glass"
May/June 1986, pp. 37-39, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986,
486. pp. 107-108.
472. ERFURT, GERMAN DEMOCRATIC
DUBOFF, LEONARD D. REPUBLIC. MUSEEN DER STADT 502.
"Donating Your Work" ERFURT, ANGERMUSEUM FRANTZ, SUSANNE K.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 35-37. Albin Schaedel zum 80. Geburtstag "Exhibition Reviews: 'Cast Glass Sculpture'"
Erfurt: the museum, [1985], 20 pp., ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 107-110, ill.
tf o. Exhibit at Cal. State University, Fullerton.
DUFOUR,PAOLO
"Southern Survey of Glass" ERNOULD-GANDOUET, MARIELLE 503.
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, p. 120, ill. "Paris: Bijoux de verre" "This Is Not a Minor Art: Contemporary Glass and
L'Oeil, no. 368, March 1986, p. 80, ill. the Traditions of Art History"
474. Review of exhibition, March/April 1986. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 7-11,
DUISBURG, FEDERAL REPUBLIC ill.
OF GERMANY. WILHELM-LEHM- 488.
BRUCK-MUSEUM DER STADT DUIS­ "Paris, Dale Chihuly" 504.
BURG L'Oeil, no. 377, Dec. 1986, p. 82, ill. FREEDMAN,ADELE
Danische Skulpturim 20. Jahrhundert Review of Musee des Arts Decoratifs exhibit. "Gehry Show in Minneapolis"
Duisburg: the museum, 1985,134 pp., ill. Progressive Architecture, Nov. 1986, p. 26, ill.
Sculptural works that include glass: KirstenOrtwed, 489. Glass-scaled fish installation at Walker Art Center
Lene Adler Petersen, BjornNorgard, Thomas Bang. "Paris: Laura et Allessandro de Santillana" by Frank Gehry.
L'Oeil, no. 371, June 1986, p. 83, ill.
475. Review of exhibit. 505.
EASTHAMPTON, NEWYORK. GUILD FRENCH, CHRISTOPHER
HALL MUSEUM 490. "Italo Scanga - In the Hands of a Storyteller"
Ordinary and Extraordinary Uses: Objects by ETLIN, BARBARA The Museum of California (The Oakland Museum),
Artists "James Houston" v. 9, no. 6, May/June 1986, pp. 9-11, ill.
East Hampton: Guild Hall, 1984, [32] pp., ill. En Route (Air Canada), v. 13, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp. [Glass is not discussed.]
Vase by Richard Yelle. 30-33, ill. In French and English.Includes two of the
artist's Steuben designs. 506.
FRODE, HANS
EDWARDS, GEOFFREY 491. "Hans Frode"
"The 1985 Stuart Devlin Award" FERRANTE, PAOLO Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 72-73, ill.
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, "La luce delta notte (e le lampade che le danno
pp. 70-71, ill. forma)" 507.
Melbourne exhibition includes glass by Rob Knot- Abitare, no. 234, May 1985, pp. 35-49, ill. English FROST, ABIGAIL
tenbelt, Warren Langley, Sergio Redegalli. summary. "Fragments against Ruin"
Lamps and lighting. Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986,
477. pp. 30-33, ill.
EDWARDS, LYNN 492. Tables and screens by Danny Lane.
"Winning Ideas for Seedy Glass" FERRULLI, HELEN
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986, "The Vocabulary of Magic: Italo Scanga" 508.
pp. 13-15, ill. Dialogue, An Art Journal (Columbus, O.), v. 9, no. 3, FUJITA, KYOHEI
Student project to make blown-molded designs to May/June 1986, pp. 28-29, ill. Glass Dream by Kyohei Fujita
cover blemished melt. Review of Indianapolis exhibit [possibly no glass.] Kyoto: Kyoto Shoin Co., 1986, 275 pp., ill.
9U9. 538.
FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA. VISUAL GOTTINGEN. STADTISCHES MU­ THE GUILD: A SOURCEBOOK OF AME­
ARTS CENTER, CALIFORNIA SATE SEUM RICAN CRAFT ARTISTS(E6. by William M.
UNIVERSITY Modernes Glas: 17 Kunstleraus der DDR (Text by Kraus and Toni Fountain Sikes)
Cast Glass Sculpture Fritz Kampfer) New York: Kraus Sikes, Inc., 1986, 359 pp., ill.
Fullerton: the university, 1986, 61 pp., ill. Gottingen: the museum, 1985,122 pp., ill. Includes glass vessels, sculpture, screens, lighting,
Work of 12 artists in April exhibit. The Oelzners, Precht, Schaedel, Knye, Greiner- architectural glass, etc.
Mai, and others.
if IU. 539.
GATESHEAD, ENGLAND. SHIPLEY 524. HADELAND STORY FIGURINES{sa\es
ART GALLERY GRAMPP, EVELYN catalog)
New Glass 1985 "Reviews: Hank Murta Adams, David Schwarz; Hadeland, Norway: Hadelands Glassverk, [1971?],
Gateshead, Tyne and Wear: the gallery, 1985,3 David R. Huchthausen" 9 pp., ill.
typescript pp. New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp. 45,
Exhibition checklist of area glass artists, including 49. 540.
students and staff of Sunderland Polytechnic. HADELANDS GLASSVERK. PRISBE-
525. L0NNINGER (sales catalog)
511. GRAMPP, EVELYN Hadeland, Norway: the company, 1971,
GEIBEL, VICTORIA "Reviews: Livio Seguso, Paul Stankard, Erika 59 pp., ill.
"Soldier Story" Lagerbielke"
Metropolis, v. 6, no. 4, Nov. 1986, New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 18-22, ill. 541.
p. 29, ill. THE HAGUE. GALERIE ROB VAN
The N.Y.C. Vietnam Veterans Memorial of glass 526. DEN DOEL
blocks. GRAY, RICHARD Amsterdam Chamber Symposium (Text by Pavla
"Northern Bohemia 1985" Drdacka Rossini)
512. The Glass Cone,no. 12, Dec. 1986, pp. 6-7. The Hague: the gallery, 1986, 22 pp., ill.
GERAN, MONICA Author's visit to many Czech glass factories and Eight artists from Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and
"Bar Lui" museums. the Netherlands who worked together for three
Interior Design, v. 565, no. 10, Oct. 1985, pp. 226- weeks in Durk Valkema's studio.
229, ill. 527.
Manhattan cafe with 35 handmade glass sconces GREENBERG, CARA 542.
by Jeffrey Beers. Mid-Century Modern: Furniture of the 1950s HAJDAMACH, CHARLES R.
New York, N.Y.: Harmony Books, 1984, "Broadfield House: Through the Past Glassly"
513. 175 pp., ill. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
GIAMBRUNI, HELEN Vases by Fontana and others. pp. 40-41, ill.
"Reviews: Jane Bruce and James F. Horton" The museum's encouragement of studio glass.
New Work,no. 27, Autumn 1986,pp. 19-20. [Reprin­
ted from Craft International, April/May/June 1986.] GREENFIELD, VERNI 543.
Making Do or Making Art: A Study of American HAMELN, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF
514. Recycling GERMANY. GALERIE ANGELA HOL-
GIBSON, MICHAEL Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, 1986,134 LINGS
"Venise, une occasion perdue" PP., IN. Personliche Einladung: Fruhjahrsausstellung 3. -
Connaissance des Arts, no. 415, Sept. 1986, pp. Grandma Prisbey's Bottle Village, pp. 55-90. 24. Mai '86
80-85, ill. Hameln: the gallery, 1986, [13] pp., ill.
Neon by Piotr Kowalski, Venice Biennale. 529. Helmut Wolf, Bernd Munsteiner, Mark Peiser,
GRENON, ARIANE Thomas Lemke, Janusz Walentynowicz, Rudiger
515. "Baccarat: Musee du cristal" Frank.
GIRARD, SYLVIE Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 56, Oct. 1986, p.
"Expositions: Art du verre. Actualite internationale" 6, ill. 544.
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 24, Piece by Robert Rigot. HAMPSON, FERDINAND; HELLER,
Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 41, ill. DOUGLAS; and SUMMERS, RUTH
1985 exhibit at Musee des Beaux Arts, 530. "Gallery Views: Critical and Commercial"
Rouen. "Comptes rendus d'expositions" New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp.
Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 52, May 1986, p. 16-18+, ill.
516. 16, ill. Transcripts of presentations at the Creative Glass
"Richard Meitner" Reviews of Paris exhibits of glass jewelry and Center, America's Glass Lovers Weekend.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, Venetian glass from Murano.
Sept./Oct. 1985, pp. 27-29, ill. 545.
531. HANDY, ELLEN
517. "Hommes de Verre" "Arts Reviews: Bruce Nauman, JudyTomkins, Keith
"Ursula Huth, le verre au feminin" Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 57, Nov. 1986, p. Haring"
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 27, 7, ill. Arts Magazine, v. 60, no. 5, Jan. 1986,
March/April 1986, pp. 31-32, ill. Bibliotheque Forney exhibit. p. 134, ill.
Nauman neon sculptures.
518. 532.
GIRARD, SYLVIE; LAJEUNESSE, "Le Salon des Ateliers d'Art a la Porte de Versailles" 546.
ANGUS; JUTEAU, OLIVIER Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 57, Nov. 1986, p. HANNES, HELMUT
"2e Symposium International de verre" 1, ill. "Neuerwerbungen fur den Ausstellungsbereich
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 26, Piece by Eric Schamschula. 'Glasdesign im 20. Jahrhundert'"
Jan./Feb. 1986, p. 42, ill. Glas (Gesellschaft der Freunde der Glaskunst
Novy Bor, Oct. 1985. 533. Richard Sussmuth e. V.., Immenhausen), no. 3,
"Salons... Moving ... Salons" July 1985, pp. 7-10, ill.
519. Le CourrierdesMetiers dArt,no. 57, Nov. 1986, pp. Part 2: no. 4, Dec. 1985, pp. 10-12, ill.
GLASALTERNATIVEN IM ROSENTHAL 5-6, ill. Acquisitions for a display of 20th-c. utilitarian glass
STUDIO-HAUS William Wertz vase. design, Sussmuth Museum.
Dusseldorf: Rosenthal Studio-Haus Fritzsche
oHG, n.d. [1985?], 23 pp., ill. 534. 547.
Rosenthal and Thomas line of tableware, including "Salons... Ob'Art...Salons" HARTMANN, ANTONIN
names of designers. Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt,no. 57, Nov. 1986, pp. "An Exhibition of Bohemian Art Glass in Essen"
3-4, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 9,1986, pp. 18-23, ill.
520. Alain Begou vase, Frangois Vigorie sculpture. Series of shows at the Glasgalerie: work of Li-
GLAS-INFORMATIONSBULLETIN bensky and Brychtova, Rozsypal, Suhajek, Ho-
SCHWEIZ 535. spodka, Mares, and others.
(Zurich, ed.by Murra Zabel and Eka Haberling), no. "Le Verre, 1950-1985- Strasbourg"
1,1985-no. 4,1985. Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 49, Jan./Feb. 548.
Quarterly publication of glass news, current and 1986, p. 5, ill. "An Exhibition of the Young-A Young Exhibition"
upcoming exhibitions in Switzerland. Review of Nov. 1985 gallery exhibit. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 10,1985, pp. 19-21, ill.
Czech glass artists in 6th Munich "Jugend Gestal-
I. 536. tet" event at International Crafts Trade Fair.
GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA. BRAND GRUBERT, HALINA
LIBRARY ART GALLERY "Czechoslovakia: International Glass Symposium" 549.
John Gilbert Luebtow, Christopher Lee Arts Review, v. 38, no. 2, Jan. 31,1986, p. 51. "Frantisek Janak: Sklo"
Glendale: the gallery, 1986,16 pp., ill. Review of second symposium at Novy Bor, Oct. Umenia Remesla, no. 2,1986, pp. 32-33 + , ill.
1985. English summary.
522.
GLOWEN, RON 537. 550.
"Metaphorical Cargo" GUDHEIM, HELGA "Two Exhibitions of the Works of Artists from the
American Craft, v. 46, no. 3, June/July 1986, pp. "Magnor vil beholde grossistene" Bohemian-Moravian Highlands"
34-41, ill. Glassposten, no. 1, Feb. 1986, pp. 4-7, ill. Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 29-32,
Bertil Vallien. Magnor glassworks. ill.
391. 567. 581.
HAYOT, MONELLE HOMMES DE VERRE, VERRIERS "Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis fur moderne Glasge-
"Le Salon du meuble de Milan" FRANQAIS CONTEM PORA /A/S(numero staltung in Europa"
L'Oeil, no. 376, Nov. 1986, pp. 54-60, ill. horsserie, L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art) Glasforum, no. 4,1985, pp. 9-10, ill.
Includes glass tables, lighting. (Special issue in connection with Sept.-Nov. 1986 Award winners at Coburg Glaspreis.
exhibition at Hotel de Sens, Bibliotheque Forney,
552. Paris.) Creactivite-editions 75, Nov. 1986, 62 pp., 582.
"S'il vous plait, dessine-moi une maison" ill. In French and English. JIRASEK, JINDRICH
L'Oeil, no. 368, March 1986, pp. 54-61, ill. Articles by Daniel Sarver, Yvonne Brunhammer, "Czechoslovak Glass on the Market of the United
Glass tables, lighting. Catherine Zoritchak, Roger Narboni, etc. Arab Emirates"
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, p. 29, ill.
553. 568.
HELSINKI. TAIDETEOLLISUUSMUSEO HOUSSARD, FRANQOISE 583.
Uutta Lasia: Studiolasia Yhdysvalloista (Text by "Bijou: Portez du verre" JONSON, LOTTA
David Revere McFadden) LAtelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 107, April 1986, pp. "Huka er, har kommer vi"
Helsinki: the museum, 1985, 7 pp. In Finnish only. 28-29, ill. Form, v. 81, no. 6 (635), 1985, pp. 27-30, ill.
Unillustrated overview of Studio Glass Movement Review of glass jewelry exhibition shown at galle­ Tableware by students of Stockholmdesign school.
to accompany a Dec. 1985 exhibition. ries in Biot and Paris.
584.
569. KALABISOVA, ZDENKA
HERLITZ-GEZELIUS, ANN MARIE HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA. "Flowers and Glass: Flora Bratislava '86"
"Elis Bergh - servisglasets mastare" HUNTINGTON GALLERIES Glass Review, v. 41, no. 41, no. 10,1986,
Antik & Auktion, no. 1, Jan. 1986, pp. 38-40, ill. New American Glass: Focus 2, West Virginia pp. 13-15, ill.
Kosta tableware designer. Huntington: the galleries, 1986, 47 pp., ill.
June-Nov. 1986 exhibit of work of over 70 artists. 585.
333. Includes text and critique by Paul Hollister. "Glass Flutes"
HERONNIERE, EDITH DE LA Glass Review, v. 41, no. 7,1986, pp. 14-15,
"Jean-Pierre Umbdenstock" 570. ill.
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 25, HURST, BRENDA
Nov./Dec. 1985, pp. 24-27, ill. "Exhibitions: Los Angeles" 586.
Craft International, Jan./Feb./March 1986, pp. "Glass Laces"
556. 43-44, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, pp. 14-15, ill.
"Ouverture du Centre National du Verre au Musee Review of work by Richard Jolley and Will Pappen- Cut Glass by Sklarny Bohemia Podebrady.
des Arts Decoratifs" heimer.
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 24, 587.
Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 41, ill. 571. "Glass of Coloured Contrasts"
INGOLFSSON, ADALSTEINN Glass Review, v. 41, no. 10,1986, pp. 16-17, ill.
557. "Glass Art in a New Light: Icelandic Glass Artists
HICKEY, GLORIA Create a Tradition" 588.
"Canadian Glass Artists Discuss Marketing Varia­ Icelandic Review, v. 24, no. 2,1986, pp. 50-56, ill. "Only the Best Competed: The 17th International
bles" Consumer Goods Fair in Brno"
The Crafts Report, v. 12, no. 126, July/Aug. 1986, p. 572. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 10,1986, pp. 2-12, ill.
17, ill. "Island: Glaskunst im Nordlicht/lceland: Glass Art in
a Northern Light" 589.
558. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 192-197, ill. "A Specialist Above All Else..."
HILL, ROSEMARY Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, p. 5, ill.
"Two Exhibitions of the Works of Artists from the 573. Organizer of the international glass symposia at
Bohemian-Moravian Highlands" INGRAM, JACK Novy Bor.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 29-32, ill. "Transporting Talent into Industry: Glass & Cera­
mics" 590.
559. Design, Oct. 1986, pp. 45-46, ill. KALIN, LINA
HINGER, MICHELE British student work. "La villa Rodaniana"
"Liquid Assets" Casa Vogue, no. 172, March 1986, pp. 116-125, ill.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 12, Oct. 1986, pp. 574. English summary.
10-13, ill. INTERGLASS SYMPOSIUM CESKOS- Swiss home of a collector of glass of the
Maytum Glass Studio, Boulder. LOVENSKO(Jex\ by Anton in Langhamer) 1920S-1980.
Novy Bor: Crystalex, oborovy podnik
560. Novy Bor, 1986,117 pp., ill. In Czech and English. 39 1.
HIRST, ARLENE Work exhibited at the 1st (1982) and 2nd (1985) KAMENICKY SENOV. SKLARSKE
"Durand: No. 1 and Still Trying Harder" international Czech symposia. MUZEUM KAMENICKY SENOV
Entree Magazine, June 1986, pp. 45-49, ill. Vilem Vesely: Sklo (Text by Antonin Langhamer)
Marketing the French tableware and barware firm in 575. Kamenicky Senov: the museum, 1986, 22 pp., ill.
the U.S. IRELAND, DOUGLAS
"The Tube Station Where Opposites Meet" 592.
561. Schott Information (English ed.), no. 3,1983, pp. KAMENICKY SENOV. STREJDNI
HOFFMANN, UTE 18-20, ill. UMELECKOPRUMYSLOVA SKOLA
"Schnittkanten im Spiel mit Raum und Licht" Lampworked sculptures at Schott tubing plant in SKLARSKA
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 5, May 1986, pp. 144-145, ill. England. 130 let Stredni Umeleckoprumyslove Skoly
Work by Renato Santarossa. Sklarske v Kamenickem Senove (Text by Vladimir
a/o. Klein, Antonjn Langhamer, and others)
562. JABLONEC NAD NISOU. MUZEUM Kamenicky Senov: the school, 1986, 46 pp.,
HOFMANN, WOLFGANG SKLA A BIZUTERIE ill.
"Eine Glaskugel fur Hadamar" Bohumil dabla: Sklo 1956-1986 (Text by Antonin 130th anniversary exhibition at the glassworking
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 1, Jan. 1986, p. 46, ill. Landhamer) school.
Fountain with large polished glass form designed Novy Bor: Sklarske Muzeum, branch of Muzeum
by Josef Welzel. Skla aBizuterie v Jablonci nad Nisou, 1986,13 pp., ill.
KAMPFER, FRITZand BEYER,
563. 577. KLAUS G.
HOLESOVSKY, KAREL 115 LET SKLARSSKE SKOLYV NOV EM Kunsthandwerk im Wandel. Aus dem Schaffen
"Prirustky umeleckohistorickeho oddelenf Mo- BORU(Text by Josef Franc and Miroslav Klivar) dreier Jahrzehnte in der Deutschen Demokrati-
ravske galerie v roce 1984" Jablonec nad Nisou: themuseum, [1986], 26 pp., ill. schen Republik
Bulletin Moravske Galerie v Brne, no. 39,1985, pp. Anniversary exhibition of Novy Bor glass school. Berlin: Verlag der Nation, 1984, 280 pp., ill.
31-37, ill. Three decades of East German glass and 21 glass
Sculpture by Askold Zacko. 578. artists, pp. 95-142.
JAULIN, ALINE
564. "Le Marche de I'art verrier en France" 594.
HOLG, GARRETT L'Oeil, no. 376, Nov. 1986, pp. 46-47, ill. KA'RKULOWSKI, MICHAELZDZISLAW
"Reviews: Chicago.Group Show, Lightwriters Neon" Galleries handling studio glass. "Can We Pass Over the Revolution in Silence?"
New Art Examiner,v. 13, no. 8, April 1986, pp. 55-56. New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986,
579. pp. 14-15, ill.
565. JENSEN, JUDY BALLY Author's esthetic ideas on the place of glass in the
HOLLISTER, PAUL "Reverse Painting:The Process" future.
"Exhibition Reviews. New American Glass: Focus Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, p. 11.
West Virginia" 393.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 114-116, ill. 580. KARL-MARX-STADT. GDR GALERIE
JESERICH, ROBERT SCHMIDT-ROTTLUFF
566. "Zweiter Coburger Glaspreis fur moderne Glasge- Gunter Knye: Glas (Text by Gisela Haase)
"Prescription for the Eye" staltung in Europa" Karl-Marx-Stadt: Staatlicher Kunsthandel der
New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, p. 19, ill. Glas + Rahmen, v. 36, no. 20, Oct. 1985, DDR, Galerie Schmidt-Rottluff, 1985, [9] pp.,
Considerations in evaluating worked glass. pp. 993-994+ , ill. ill.
390. Craft Arts, no. 5, Feb./April 1986, pp. 79-83, ill.
KARLEN, PETER H. Cut and engraved vases, chandeliers. KYOTO. KYOTO CRAFT CENTER
"The Law of Glass" 1st Kyoto Craft Competition International
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 131-133. 613. [Kyoto: the center], 1986,100 pp., ill.
Protecting glass artists' rights. KNOLLE, PAUL Includes glass by Leon Applebaum, Catherine
"Die ironischen Allegorien von Bert van Loo/The Zoritchak, and many Japanese artists.
597. Ironic Allegories of Bert van Loo: Scheinbare Siege
KARLSRUHE. BADISCHES LANDES- iiber irdische Existenz/Mock Victories over Earthly 629.
MUSEUM Existence" LA PIETRA, UGO
Neues Glas aus Japan Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, pp. 82-87, ill. "Speciale salone"
Karlsruhe: Siemens AG, 1985, 71 pp., ill. Domus, no. 668, Jan. 1986, pp. 63-65, ill.
614. Lamps and lighting at 1985 Milan furniture show.
598. KOBBE, PETER
KATZ, SYLVIA "Beschauliches Fleisch. Bemerkungen zur Kunst 630.
"Review: Giving Glass a Creative Boost" von Erwin Eisch" LAJEUNESSE, ANGUS
Design, no. 447, March 1986, p. 9, ill. Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 7, July 1986, "Journees du verre: Art et industrie"
Potential of glass as a medium demonstarted at pp. 1318-1323, ill. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 30,
second Novy Bor symposium, Oct. 1985. Sept./Oct. 1986, p. 54.
615. Review of exhibition, Fougeres.
599. "Beschauliches Fleisch: Bemerkungen zur Kunst
KE'ENE, SUSAN WARNER von ErwinEisch/Contemplative Flesh:Thoughts on UJ I.
"Mentor's Choice" the Art of Erwin Eisch" LAKICH, LILI
Ontario Craft, v. 11, no. 1, March 1986,15-p. supple­ Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, pp. 70-81, ill. "Lili Lakich"
ment, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 76-77, ill.
Exhibition at The Craft Gallery, Toronto, includes 616.
work by Robez, Henry, and Zips. KOCARKOVA,JAROSLAVA 632.
"The Jablonecke Sklarny Glassworks - Manufactu­ LANDMAN, PETA
600. rers of Traditional Crystal Lighting Fixtures" "Fascinated with the Medium"
KEHLMANN, ROBERT Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, pp. 8-10, ill. Craft Australia, no. 2, Winter 1986, pp. 52-53, ill.
"Closing Remarks, Sunday, May 26,1985" Work by Allan Crynes.
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 130-131. 617.
Glass Art Society conference, New Orleans. "The Lustry Concern Corporation at Kamenicky 633.
Senov" "Illusion"
601. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, pp. 11-13, ill. Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, pp. 55-57, ill.
"A New Renaissance in Glass Art" Glass jewelry by Giselle Courtney and James Minson.
The World & I, no. 8, Aug. 1986, pp. 324-330, ill. 618.
Discusses Downey Museum and Oakland Museum KOPLOS, JANET 634.
exhibitions and trends in studio movement. "World Glass Now '85" LANGHAMER, ANTONIN
American Craft, v. 46, no. 1, Feb./March 1986, "Art Glass"
602. pp. 10-17+, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 34-36, ill.
KENNEDY, SYLVIA S . J . Review of Hokkaido exhibition. Libensky, Hlava,Tichy, Exnar, Zamecnfkova, and
"Nyhus Design Glasswear" others.
Ornament, v. 9, no. 2, Winter 1985, pp. 12-17, ill. O 13.
Jane Nyhus glass jewelry. KOPOCZI, ROZSA 635.
"Kanyak Zsofia Emlekkiallitas" "The Bohemia Glassworks at Podebrady"
603. Muveszet, v. 27, no. 2, Feb. 1986, pp. 63-64, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 14-17, ill.
KERR, ROSE 1985 exhibit of 1970s tableware by designer Zsofia
"Contemporary Chinese Crafts" Kanyak. 636.
The V& A Album, no. 4,1985, pp. 320-326, ill. "Ceramics and Glass atthe National Survey ofCreative
Includes cameo (layered and cut) glass vases from 620. Art"
Shandong province. Koss, GENE Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 25-28, ill.
"Processes Used in Fabricating My Sculpture"
604. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 92-93, ill. 637.
KISER, KENT "The Cesky Kristal Glassworks at Chlum uTrebone"
"Cork Marcheschi Sees the Light" 621. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 18-20, ill.
International Sculpture, v. 5, no. 4, July/Aug. 1986, "Sculptural Glass"
pp. 12-15 +, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, p. 121, ill. 638.
"Chandeliers and Lighting Glass"
605. 622. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 31-33, ill.
KLADNO, CZECHOSLOVAKIA. GALE- DIE KUGEL: GLAS + METALL. Kamenicky Senov andJablonec areas.
R IE V Y T V A R N E H O U M E N l V K L A D N E INTERNATIONALERKLJNSTLERWETT-
Ludvika Smrckova, narodnf umelkyne, vyber ze BEWERB 639.
sklarske tvorby (Text by Miloslav Vlk) Hanau: Gesellschaft fur Goldschmiedekunst e. V. "Crystalex, Novy Bor"
Kladno: the gallery, 1985, [21] pp., ill. in cooperation with the Glashutte Limburg, 1986, Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 10-14, ill.
197 pp., ill.
606. Traveling exhibition of a glass sphere/precious 640.
KLEIN, DAN metal competition organized by the goldsmith's "Glass from Slovak Glassworks"
"Abstractions in Glass" guild with the Limburg glasshouse. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 24-27, ill.
Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 28-35, ill.
Colin Reid. 623. 641.
KUMLIN, EVA "In the Sample-room of Glassexport at Liberec"
607. "Formrevy: Amerikanskt glas" Glass Review, v. 41, no. 1,1986,pp. 6-9, ill.
"A Bigger Splash: British Studio Glass Today" Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, p. 62, ill.
Ceramics, no. 3, May/June 1986, pp. 45-46, ill. Pieces by Hank Murta Adams and Robert Palusky 642.
Bayliss, Best-Devereux, Cummings, Procter, from "Glass America 1985" exhibit. "The Jubilee of the Oldest School of Glass-making"
Reekie, Pennel, and others. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, pp. 23-27, ill.
624. Examples of contemporary work from Kamenicky
608. KUNST IN GLAS AUS DER Senov school, 130 years old.
KLEIN, NORMAN M. TSCHECHOSLOWAKEI
"The 'Invisible' Presence: Lighting and Glass in the [s.l.]: Art Czechoslovakia, [n.d., 26] pp., ill. 643.
Consumer Culture" 26 Czech glass artists. "The Karlovarske Sklo Moser Glassworks, Karlovy
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 54-56, ill. Vary"
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 7-9, ill.
609. KUTAC, VINCENC
KLIVAR, MIROSLAV "Joy from Work" 644.
Bohumil Bias Glass Review, v. 41, no. 6,1985, pp. 6-8, ill. "The Moravske Sklarny Glassworks, Kvetna u Uhers-
Prague: Art Centrum, Czechoslovak Centre of Fine Competition for glassmakers and glass cutters at keho Brodu"
Arts, 1985, 34 pp., ill. English summary. Sklarny Bohemia National Corporation. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 21-23,
ill.
610. 626.
"The Many-Sided Work of Marie Gluckaufova" "125 Years of Existence of the Glassworks at Karolinka" 645.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 9,1986, pp. 9-13, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 6,1985, pp. 2-5, ill. "Nejstarsf sklarska skola jubiluje"
Sklara Keramik, v. 36, no. 8,1986,
611. pp. 243-244.
627.
"The Slovak Glass Artist Milo Gaspar" KYNAST, STEPHAN J . Czech glassmaking schools.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, pp. 16-19, ill. '"Americans in Glass' in Frankfurt: Eine neue Gene­
ration der Studio-Glas-Bewegung sorgt fur neue 646.
612. Impulse" "Pressed Glass: Sklo Union-OBASTeplice Concern
KLOPPMAN, LORRAINE Porzellan + Glas, no. 9, 1985, pp. 68-69, ill. Corporation"
"The Waterford Mystique" Pieces by Alex Brand, Susan Stinsmuehlen. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 2,1986, pp. 28-30, ill.
647. 662. 678.
"Stanislav Libensky - Artist and Teacher" LESAY, JOZEF LOS ANGELES. MARGO LEAVIN
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 11,1986, pp. 9-15, ill. "The Best of the Best: The Competition for the Best GALLERY
Product of 1985" Lynda Benglis, Works in Glass
648. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, pp. 6-8, ill. Los Angeles: the gallery, 1985,1-p folder, ill.
LANGHAMER,ANTONIN and others
"the 2nd International Glass Symposium at Novy Bor" 663. 679.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 3,1986, pp. 1-43, ill. LIEGE. GENERALE DE BANQUE Los ANGELES. MUSEUM OF NEON
Includes interviews and list of participating artists. Contemporary Western European Sculptures in ART
Crystal and Glass (1983-1986) (Text by Joseph Neon Lovers Glow in the Dark: Lili Lakich, a Retro-
649. Philippe) spektive (1965-1985)
LANGLEY, WARREN Liege: Generale de Banque, 1986,184 pp., ill. Los Angeles: the museum, 1986, 96 pp., ill.
"It Is Not the Nature of the Dance- But the Dancing:
Four Australian Glass Artists" 664. 680.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 102-103, ill. LINDENFELD, LORE Los ANGELES. SOUTH COAST PLAZA
Neil Roberts, Michael Keighery, Brian Hirst, David "Exhibitions: New Jersey" Art + Environment: South Coast Plaza
Wright. Craft International,April/May/June 1986, pp. 41-42. Los Angeles: South Coast Plaza, 1985,37 pp., ill.
Sculptural work by James Van Deurzen, John Seitz. Doug Edge mirrored sculpture, Claire Falkenstein
650. stained glass wind screen.
LANKA, J. 665.
"Continuing in Tradition" LINDQUIST, LENA 681.
Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 40-41, ill. "Utmarkt Svensk Form" LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. LOUIS­
Glassworks at Kamenice and Lipou-Vcelnicka. Form, v. 81, no. 6 (635), 1985, pp. 11-26, ill. VILLE ART GALLERY
Kosta Boda, Orrefors, and Boda Nova designs. Contemporary Glass
03I. Louisville: the gallery, 1986, 40 pp., ill.
LATHRUP VILLAGE, MICHIGAN. 666. Summer exhibition, 44 artists.
HABATAT GALLERIES LIVINGSTONE, JANE
Concetta Mason: Reconstructed Images 1986 "Artist's Dialogue: DeWain Valentine. Light on a 682.
(Text by Robert C. Morgan) Glass Horizon" Glass Throughout the Ages as Art, Tool andTrade
Lathrup Village: the galleries, 1986, [10] pp., ill. Architectural Digest, Feb. 1986, p. 178+ , ill. Louisville: the gallery, 1986,1 folded leaf, ill.
Children's catalog to accompany 1986 contempo­
652. 667. rary glass exhibition.
Rick Bernstein LIVSTEDT, AKE
Lathrup Village: the galleries, 1986,12 pp., ill. "Formrevy: Dyrbar enkelhet" 683.
Form, v. 82, no. 2 (40), 1986, p. 44, ill. LUCAS, MAGALI
653. Jewelry by Kristian Nilsson. "Frangois Vigorie: Sculpteur sur transparence/
Works: The 14th Annual National Glass Invitational Translucent Sculptures"
Lathrup Village: the galleries, 1986, 48 pp., ill. 668. Demeures et Chateaux, no. 33, Dec./Jan./Feb.
Work of over 100 artists, mostly American. LOCH HAVEN, FLORIDA. ORLANDO 1986, pp. 20-23, ill.
MUSEM OF ART
654. European Studio Glass (Text by William Warmus) 684.
LAURAEUS, RITVA Loch Haven: the museum, 1986, 24 pp., ill. LUCERNE. GLAS-GALERIE LUZERN
"Design per la casa" Exhibition of 13 artists from eight countries. Stephen Procter, Thoughts about Light
Abitare, no. 247, Sept. 1986, pp. 334-369, ill. Lucerne: the gallery, 1986, 73 pp., ill.
Tableware, bottles, etc., from Scandinavian, 669. Catalog of traveling exhibition.
European, and Japanese designers and firms. LOCKWOOD, KEN
"New Glass Museum in Denmark" 685.
655. Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, p. 122. LUEBTOW, JOHN GILBERT
LAUSANNE. MUSEE DES ARTS DE- "Glass Fusing and Slumping"
CORATIFS DE LA VILLE LAUSANNE 670. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 94-95, ill.
Expressions en verre: 200sculptures contemporai- "Scandinavian Art Glass"
nes, Europe, USA, Japon. Collection duMusee des Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 73-80, ill. 686.
Arts Decoratifs. Orrefors artists. LUNDAHL, GUNILLA
Lausanne: the museum, 1986,126 pp., ill. "Utbildingen vaxer"
In French, German, English. 671. Form, v. 82, no. 5 (643), 1986, p. 24, ill.
Exhibition, Sept. 1986-Jan. 1987. "3rd Nationale Glass Biennial, 14 September -17 Slumped piece by Susanna Bischof.
October, 1985"
656. Craft Arts, no. 5, Feb./April 1986, pp. 94-95, ill. 687.
LAUSCHA. MUSEUM FUR GLASKUNST Australia's juried exhibition. LYON, DAVID
Thuringer Glas, gestern und heute (Text by Rudolf "Accessions"
Hoffmann) 672. American Craft, v. 46, no. 4, Aug./sept. 1986,
Lauscha: the museum, [1979?], 56 pp., ill. LOEFFLER, ROBERT pp. 62-63, ill.
Glassmaking in the German district, mostly "A kortars magyar iivegmuveszet" Alex Brand vessel acquired by Brockton Art
contemporary. Muveszet, v. 27, no. 6, June 1986, pp. 43-47, ill. Museum/Fuller Memorial.
Contemporary Hungarian glass: Lugossy, Bohus,
657. Meszaros, Schaar, Vilt. 688.
LE MANS. PALAIS DES CONGRES MACALLAN, ROZ
ET DE LA CULTURE 673. "Forging a Renaissance"
Lumiere et Transparences: Verre et vitrail contem- "Contemporary Hungarian Glass Sculpture" Craft Australia, no. 1, Autumn 1986, pp. 38-40, ill.
porains (Text by Catherine Brisac) New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 8-11+, ill. Peter Goss and Steve Weis collaborate on metal
Le Mans: Palais des Congres et de la Culture, Tibor Vilt, Elizabeth Schaar, Zoltan Bohus, Maria and glass lamps.
1985, folder of 25 leaves. 25 French glass and Lugossy, George Buczko, Mari Meszaros.
stained glass artists. 689.
674.
MACAULAY, BETTY
658. "Maria Lugossy, Glass Sculpture" "Dateline: New York"
LEE, CHRISTOPHER Arts Review, v. 38, no. 23, Nov. 21,1986, insert, Home Lighting & Accessories, v. 69, no. 6, June
"Christopher Lee" 1986, p. 74, ill.
ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 78-79, ill. Hand-blown colored lamp bases and shades by
Coleridge exhibition.
small Pennsylvania firm.
659.
o/g.
[LEERDAM.] GALERIE DE VIER LONDON. COLERIDGE [GALLERY]
690.
LINDEN MAGGIORI, BEPI
New Czech Glass at Coleridge, London "II Design di One Off"
Glas als Beeldendmateriaal[Leerdam]: the gallery,
1986,42 pp., ill. London: Arts Review magazine, 1984, [6] pp., Casa Vogue, no. 159, Jan. 1985, pp. 110-113, ill.
Exhibition of work of Copier, Valkema, Meydam, ill. English summary.
Heesen, and others. Tables and lamps by London studio "One Off."
o / o.
660. LONDON. UNIVERSITY OF LONDON 691.
LEERDAM. NATIONAAL GLASMUSEUM INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION MAGLOIRE, PHILIPPE
Floris Meydam: Leerdam Glas 1944-1986 Contemporary Czechoslovak Glass in Architecture "Hommes de Verre, Verriers Frangais Contempo-
(Compilation and text by Helmut Ricke) (Catalog by Alena Adlerova) rains"
Leerdam: the museum and Lochem: Uitgevers- [s.l.]: Organized by Visiting Arts, in collaboration La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 31,
maatschappij deTijdstroom BV, 1986,143 pp., ill. with theMuseum of Decorative Arts, Prague, [1986, Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 50, ill.
40] pp., ill. Review of Hotel de Sens, Bibliotheque Forney
661. Traveling exhibition, work of 20 Czech artists. exhibition.
LEIPZIG. MUSEUM DES KUNST-
HANDWERKS ( G R A S SIMUSEUM) 692.
Use Decho: Glas und Porzellan (Text by Angela Los ANGELES. JAMES CORCORAN MAROGNA, GEGE
Grzesiak) GALLERY "Le buone idee della triennale"
Leipzig: the museum, [1985], 88 pp., ill. Chihuly 1986: Large Macchia Casa Vogue, no. 173, April 1986, p. 183, ill.
Designer for Jenaer and other firms, 1940s-1970s. Los Angeles: the gallery, 1986,1 folded p., ill. Mario Merz sculpture with flat glass, neon.
OSO. I 722.
MARSIKOVA, JAROMIRA MERIAUX, Louisand GLEIZES, MORRISON, ROSALYN J.
"Brilliant Festive Glass" SERGE "Conferences: 'New Horizons '86'"
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 2,1984, "Travail d'ete, expo de rentree" New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 26.
pp. 18-23, ill. LAtelier des Metiers dArt, no. 102, Oct. 1985, pp. Toronto, April 1986.
Cut lead glass. 12-13, ill.
Jean-Pierre Umbdenstock. 723.
694. MORRISTOWN, NEWJERSEY. THE
"Twenty Years' Existence of the Sklarny Bohemia at 710. MORRIS MUSEUM
Podebrady" MERKER, GERNOT H. Clay & Glass: New Jersey Arts Annual
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1986, "Moderne Glaskunst im Plakat-die Studioglasbe- Morristown: the museum, 1985, 28 pp., ill.
pp. 58-63, ill. wegung auf Ausstellungsplakaten" Exhibition, 11 glass artists.
Glas (Gesellschaft der Freunde der Glaskunst
695. Richard Sussmuth e. V., Immenhausen), no. 3, July 724.
"The 2nd International Glass Symposium 1985 at 1985, pp. 1-6, ill. MORTON, JOYCE
Novy Bor" Posters for glass exhibitions, 1969-1984, from "A Celebration of Glass"
For You fromCzechoslovakia, no. 2, June1986, pp. many countries. The Caithness Report, v. 4, no. 2, Fall 1986, insert.
24-29, ill. History of Caithness Glass, begun in 1960.
711.
696. MICHEL, FLORENCE 725.
MASLACH,STEVEN "Le Verre des annees 50: Un Style dont la cote MULAS, ANTONIA
"The Process of Design. Steven Maslach" grimpe" "Luce colore arte"
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 35-36, ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 215, June Abitare, no. 234, May 1985, pp. 70-75, ill. English
1985, pp. 23-26, ill. summary.
Auction sales of 1950s glass. Dan Flavin Institute, Bridgehampton, Long Island.
MATHEWS, SUE
"Art/Craft U.K.: Studio Glass Show" 712. 726.
Craft Arts, no. 5, Feb./April 1986, p. 105, ill. MILAN. PADIGLIONEDARTECON- MUNICH. STAATSBAUSCHULE
British Craft Centre exhibition, especially work by TEMPORANEA Gestaltete Umwelt
Rachael Woodman, Brian Blanthorn, Colin Reid. Afra e Tobia Scarpa, Architetti e Designers (Text by Munich: Peter-Winkler-Verlag, 1960,119 pp., ill.
Antonio Piva) Catalog for a 1960 German environmental/indu­
698. Milan: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, 1985,160 pp., strial design exposition: tableware by Zweisel, Peill
"Reviews: Craft and Design by Americans in Britain" ill. & Putzler, and others.
Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct. /Dec. 1985, pp. 118-119, English summary.
ill. Exhibition included lamps and lighting fixtures. 727.
Glass by Charlie Meaker, Steven Newall, Sam MUNSTER. WESTFALISCHES
Herman. 713. MUSEUMSAMT
MILDNER, SANDRA Glas. Glasvaerkstedet-Kopenhagen: Darryle Hinz,
699. "Reviews: The Figure in Glass and Metal'" Anja Kjaer. Ostersohytten-Ostermarie: Pete Hun-
"Studio Glass Show" New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, p. 46. ner, Maibritt Jonsson
Craft Arts, no. 5, Feb./April 1986, p. 105, ill. Group show, Philadelphia. Munster, Westfalisches Museumsamt, Land-
British Craft Centre exhibit, including work of schaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe, 1986,120 pp., ill.
Rachael Woodman, Brian Blanthorn, Colin Reid. 714. Traveling exhibition, work of Danish artists.
MILLER, BONNIE J.
700. "Meditation iiber Schalen/A Meditation of Bowls. 728.
MATOUS, JAN Sonja Blomdahl und ihre Kunst/and Her Art" MURANO, MILLE ANNI Dl ARTE
"Chandelier Trimmings and Fixtures from the Jablo- Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 266-267, VETRARIA: NASON & MORETTI
nec Region" ill. Murano: Nason & Moretti, [1983], 59 pp., ill. In
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 4, Dec. 1985, English and Italian. 60th anniversary of lamp and
pp. 30-36, ill. 715. tableware firm. Includes Venetian glass history and
"Stephen Dale Edwards: New Faces" the firm's post-war production.
701. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 180-183,
MATTI, LINDA ill. 729.
"Smashing! Glass under the Hammer" NACHMAN, ROGER
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986, / IU. "The Studio Glass Movement in Japan"
pp. 17-18. MILNER, SANDRA Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 104-105, ill.
Christie's sale of contemporary British glass. "Reviews: Tom Patti"
New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, pp. 22-23, ill. 730.
702. NAPACK, SUSAN
MCALLISTER, LIANE 717. "Reviews: 'Wine, Celebration and Ceremony'"
"Whitney Focus: American Design" MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. UNI­ New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, p. 47.
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 86, no. 12, Dec. VERSITY GALLERY, UNIVERSITYOF Achille Castiglioni drinking glasses.
1986, pp. 110-111+, ill. MINNESOTA
Chihuly wine bottle. New Glass/Minnesota 731.
Minneapolis: the university gallery, 1983, 36 pp., NASISSE, ANDY
703. ill. "Earl McCutchen 1918-1985"
MCDONALD, ROBERT American Craft, v. 46, no. 2, April/May 1986, p. 95,
"Exhibitions: Unilluminating Neon" I IO. ill.
Artweek, v. 17, no. 34, Oct. 18,1986, p. 4, MONTPELLIER, FRANCE. GALERIE Ceramist and glass artist.
ill. DE LA PLACE DES ARTS
Review of Santa Barbara show. A. M. Begou 732.
Montpellier: the gallery, 1986,10 pp., ill. In French NAVARRA, DOUGLAS
704. and English. Exhibition catalog. "Douglas Navarra"
MCFADDEN, DAVID REVERE Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 80-81, ill.
"Design Comment: An Interview with Leila Vignelli" 719.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 30.34, ill. MONTREAL. LE CHATEAU 733.
DUFRESNE, MUSEE DES ARTS "Reviews: David Huchthausen; Jakob Mattner"
705. DECORATIFS New Work, no. 25/26,Winter/Spring 1986,pp. 49,52.
"New American Glass" Eva Zeisel: Designer for Industry (Text by Martin
Form-Function-Finland, no. 1,1986, p. 64, ill. Eidelberg) 734.
Brief commentary on "New Glass from the U.S." Montreal: Le Chateau Dufresne, Musee des Arts N E T Z E R , S Y L V I A AND G I A M B R U N I ,
exhibition at Helsinki Museum of Applied Arts. Decoratifs andthe Smithsonian Institution Traveling HELEN
Exhibition Service, 1984,119 pp., ill. "Exhibitions: New York City"
706. Includes Zeisel's designs for Bryce Brothers and Craft International, April/May/June 1986, p. 43, ill.
MCPERSON, IRENE W. the Federal Glass Co., 1950s. James Harmon, Jane Bruce, and James Horton at
"The Rolls Royce of Glass: Steuben" N. Y. Experimental Glass Workshop.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, pp. 6-9, 720.
ill. MORGAN, TIM FORESTER 735.
"Profile: Andy & Wally" NEWYORK. ALTERNATIVE MUSEUM
707. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986, Luminosity
MEDKOVAA, LOUIS pp. 19-20, ill. NewYork: the museum, 1986, 20 pp., ill.
"L'Ete du verre a Sars-Poteries" Andrew Sanders and DavidWallace andtheir Otley Includes kinetic paintings and neon. Work by Cork
La Revue de le ceramique et du Verre, no. 25, studio. Marcheschi, Paul Seide, Eric Staller, and others.
Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 44, ill.
721. I oo.
708. MORLOT, VALERIE NEWYORK. AMERICAN CRAFTMU-
MERIAUX, LOUIS "Claire de Rougemont" SEUM
"L'Ete du verre a Sars-Poteries" LAtelier des Metiers dArt,no. 110, July/Aug. 1986, Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical (Comp. by Paul
La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, p. 15, ill. J. Smith and Edward Lucie-Smith)
no. 25. Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 44, ill. Exhibition review. NewYork: the museum, 1986, 327 pp., ill.
Casa Vogue, no. 170, Jan. 1986, pp. 104-107, ill. 768.
NEWYORK. FIFTY/50 GALLERY Lamps, vases by VeArt and other firms. PASCA, VANNI
Fused Glass:The Artisanry of Frances and Michael "La mossa del cavallo"
Higgins 753. Casa Vogue, no. 174, May 1986, pp. 198-209, ill.
[New York: the gallery,1985,10] pp., ill. OGdLNOPOLSKA WYSTAWA SZKLA Lamps and tableware by Moretti, Barovier, Quartett,
Especially experimental pieces of 1948-1958. UNIKATOWEGO i PRZEMYSLOWEGO VeArt, etc.
Katowice: [s.n.], 1979, [75] pp., ill.
738. 769.
N E W Y O R K . F U R N I T U R E Of T H E 754. PATTI, TOM
TWENTIETH CENTURY, INC. OHLSON, KARIN "The Glass of Bretislav Novak Jr."
The Italian Lamp 1945-1985, a Collection "Livslangkarlek till glas" Collector Editions, v. 14, no. 1, Spring 1986,
New York: the gallery, 1985,101 pp., ill. Antik & Auktion, no. 11, Nov. 1985, pp. 27-30, ill. pp. 24-25, ill.
Autumn 1985 exhibition of 91 lamps. Glass artist Bengt Heintze, Kosta.
770.
739. 755. P A V E L M O L N A R (Text by Peter Schmitt)
NEW YORK. HIRSCHL&ADLER OLDENBURG.LANDESMUSEUM Osaka, Japan: Hiko International Ltd.; Barsbuttel
MODERN Renato Santarossa bei Hamburg: Werkstatt Molnar, [1985], 58 pp., ill.
Chris Wilmarth: Delancey Backs (and Other Oldenburg: the museum, 1986,143 pp., ill. In German, English, Japanese.
Moments) In English, French, German.
New York: Hirschl & Adler Modern, 1986, 33 pp., ill. 771.
Exhibition catalog and "seven interviews by Celadon.' 756. PAVESI, MILOSKA
OLDROYD, GRAHAM "II disegno nell'oggetto"
740. "Man the Measure of All Things" Casa Vogue, no. 168, Nov. 1985, pp. 208-211,
Cy Twombly, Christopher Wilmarth, Joe Zucker Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 41-44, ill. ill. English summary.
NewYork: the gallery, 1986, 30 pp., ill. Author's mixed-media sculptures. Alessandro de Santillana tartan-style vases.

741. 757. 772.


N E W G L A S S : G A L L E R Y N I L S S ON (sa\es OLLERTON, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. PERCH, JULIAN
catalog) RUFFORD CRAFTCENTRE "Artisanat d'art de France"
New York: the gallery at 138 Wooster Street, v. 1, Contemporary Glass: The Best of British Glass Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 57-63, ill.
no. 1,1985, 20 pp., ill. illustrating the Diversity of Techniques in Use French crafts exhibition circulating in Australia
Work by Swedish glass designers. Ollerton: the center and Nottinghanshire County includes Frangois le Lonquer.
Council, 1985, [17] pp., ill.
742. 16 glass artists in summer exhibition. 773.
NEW GLASS REVIEW 7 PEROTTI, GIANNI
Corning, N. Y.:The Corning Museum of Glass, 758. "California Retro"
1986, 54 pp., ill. ORAVEC, JOZEF Casa Vogue, no. 176, July/Aug. 1986, pp. 90-93,
[Also added to Neues Glas, no. 2,1986.] "150 Years of Existence of the Glassworks at Zlatno" ill.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, pp. 2-5, ill. Giant glass marbles in sand border around home.
743.
NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND. 759. 774.
NEWPORT ART MUSEUM ORREFORS GALLERY 1984-1985 PERTH. CAITHNESS GLASS
Glass Is the Medium Orrefors: Orrefors Glasbruk, [1984?], 133 pp., ill. Scottish Glass Society 7th Annual Exhibition
Newport: the museum, 1986, [21] pp. Catalog of the "current art glass collection"; work by [s. I.]: Scottish Glass Society, 1986, 5 typescript pp.
Checklist of Work of 32 New England artists. Nilsson, Cyren, Hellsten, Englund, and others.
775.
744. 7.60. PETERS, SUSAN DODGE
NICKL, PETER OSTERBERG, REGINA "The Art and Architecture of the Vessel"
"Kunsthandwerk auf der Internationalen Hand- "Formrevy: Graalglas" Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 121-122, ill.
werksmesse Munchen 1986: Ein Vorbericht" Form, v. 82, no. 4 (642), 1986, p. 60, ill. Exhibition at Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1986, pp. 4-7, ill. Eva Englund piece. Technology.
Work by Rosemarie Lierke and Ulrike Umlauf.
761. 776.
745. PADIHAM NR. BURNLEY. COACH PIETOVA L'UBICA
NICOLA, KARL-GUNTER HOUSE CRAFT GALLERY "Tvorive cesty slovenskeho sperku"
"Ausstellung manu factum '85" Reflection & Light: An Exhibition of Jewellery & Umeni a Remesla, no. 1,1986, p. 52, ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1985, Glass New Czech jewelry, including three examples in
pp. 302-303, ill. Padiham: the gallery, 1986,18 pp., Deborah Flas- glass.
Peter Kerzdorfer vase in Autumn 1985 craft exhibit, gate, Joan Callaghan, Andrew Sanders/David
Dortmund. Wallace, Annica Sandstrom/David Kaplan. 777.
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA. COL­
746. 762. LEGE OF FINE ARTS, CARNEGIE-
"London: Symposium/Exhibitions. Glass in the PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. HOLSTEN MELLON UNIVERSITY
Environment" GALLERIES Five Visiting Artists: Albert Paley, Nance O'Banion,
Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, p. 101, ill. Marvin Lipofsky Pilchuck Series: 1984-1985 Howard Shapiro, Wendy Maruyama, Dale Chihuly
Palm Beach: the galleries, 1985,18 pp., ill. Pittsburgh: the university, 1984, 30 pp., ill.
747.
"Sonderschau. Gestaltendes Handwerk" 763. 778.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 2, March/April 1986, PARIS. ADAC-GALERIE-ATELIER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA.
pp. 74-75, ill. Lionel Regnier, vitrail; Raphael Levy, vitrail; Jean- GALLERY 407, CARNEGIE-MELLON
Vessel by Bernhard Schagemann. Pierre Baquere, verre file; Michel Lagny, maitre UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
verrier (folder of four exhibition brochures) New Work: Kathleen Mulhacy & Ron Desmett
748. Paris: Association pour le Developpment de I'Ani- Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Plan for Art, 1982, [12] pp.,
"2. Coburger Glaspreis" mation Culturelle de Paris (ADAC7,1983-1985, ill.
Kunst + Handwerk, no. 5, Sept. Oct. 1985, 4 pp. each, ill.
pp. 297-299, ill. 779.
764. PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA.
749. PARIS. GALERIE D'AMON HEWLETT GALLERY, CARNEGIE-
"IV. Quadriennale des Kunsthandwerks in Erfurt" L'Exposition de pate de verre japonaise MELLON UNIVERSITY
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, p. 222, ill. Paris: the gallery and Kawasaki-shi, Japan: Tokyo Quadripartite: Personal Visions
Glass at a craft fair for socialist countries. Glass Art Institute, L'Association de Pate de Verre Pittsburgh: the gallery, 1985,30 pp., ill.
Japonaise, 1986, 34 pp., ill. Includes work by Kathleen Mulcahy.
750.
NORLAND, JIM 765. 780.
"Glass Art in Schools" Maria Lugossy, Zoltan Bohus PITTSBURGH,PENNSYLVANIA.
Glass Art Magazine, three-part series: v. 1, no. 9, Paris: the gallery, 1986,32pp., ill.English summary. PITTSBURGH CENTER FORTHE ARTS
July 1986-v. 1, no. 9, July 1986-v. 1, no. 11, Sept. Illumination: The Quality of Light (Text by Melinda
1986. 766. Wortz and Hap Tivey)
PARIS. GALERIE DOWNTOWN Pittsburgh: the center and the Three Rivers Arts
751. Fulvio Bianconi 1950-1960 Festival, 1985, 24 pp., ill.
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. THE Paris: the gallery, 1986, 25 pp., ill. 28 artists using neon.
OAKLAND MUSEUM
Contemporary American and European Glass from 767. 781.
the Saxe Collection (Text by Kenneth R. Trapp and PARIS. MUSEE DES ARTS POLLIFRONE, LUCIANO
William Warmus) DECORATIFS "Testimonianze: Arredare secondo Carlo Scarpa"
Oakland: the museum, 1986, 64 pp., ill. Dale Chihuly: Objets de verre (Text by Henry Geld- Casa Vogue, no. 166, Sept. 1985, pp. 308-317,
zahler and Robert Hobbs) ill.
752. Paris: the museum, 1986,40 pp., ill. In French and English summary.
ODONI, GIOVANNI English. Interior decoration by Carlo Scarpa, including
"Metropolis... e conilandia" Catalog for Dec. 1986 -Jan. 1987 exhibition. Venini lamps, 1947-1960.
782. 796. 809.
PORCELLI, JOSEPH RICE, FERILL J. ROGERS-LAFFERTY, SARAH
"Jon Kuhn at the Heller Gallery" "Fenton Glass: The Robert Barber Collection" "Contemporary Arts Center/Cincinnati. Transparent
The Glassline(Portland, Ore.),no. 2, Jan. 24,1986, Glass Review (Ohio), v. 16, no. 9, Sept. 1986, Motives: Glass on a Large Scale"
p. 3. pp. 33-34, ill. Dialogoue, An Art Journal (Columbus, O.), v. 8, no.
6, Nov./Dec. 1985, p. 61, ill.
783. 797. Winter 1985 exhibition, nine artists.
"Romancing the Flame: The New York Experimental RICHARDSON, MARGARET
Glass Workshop" "Reviews" O IU.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 54-58, ill. New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp. 43, ROMANO,CESARE
46, 50-52, ill. "IGS Novy Bor: vocy di artisti"
I ot. Exhibitions at the N. Y. Experimental Glass Work­ Casa Stile,v. 13, no. 146,Jan. 1986, pp. 162-165, ill.
POWELL, PAT shop: Quantock and Wolf, Gellis, Pagnucco, and Glassmaking at the symposium.
"Harvey Littleton and the Art, the Technology of group shows.
Glass" 811.
Wisconsin Academy Review, v. 26, no. 2, March 798 "Un simposio ricco di creativita a Novy Bor"
1980, pp. 3-8, ill. RICHARDSON, SARAH Casa Stile, v. 12, no. 145, Dec. 1985, pp. 32-33, ill.
"Forever Blowing Bubbles: Report from Seattle" 2nd International Symposium, Oct. 1985.
785. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
POZNAN. MUZEUM RZEMISOSt pp. 35-37, ill. 812.
ARTYSTYCZNYCH A Pilchuck summer session. RUFFNER, GINNY
Szkto artystyczne: Barbara Urbahska-Miszczyk "GAS Sheds Light in L.A."
(Catalog by Barbara Kazmierska-Latzke) 799. American Craft,v. 46, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1986, p. 86.
Poznari: the museum, a division of Muzeum Naro- RICKE, HELMUT Conference review.
dowego w Poznaniu, 1985, [22] pp., ill. In Polish "Die innere Ordnung der Dinge: Arbeiten von J. F.
and English. Zimmermann/The Inner Order of Things: Works by 813.
J. F. Zimmermann" RUTHER, ROSELINE
786. Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 25-28, "Carnaval de verre"
PRAGUE. MUSAION-VYSTAVNI SIN, ill. Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 221, Jan.
PAMATNIK NARODNIHO PISEMNICTVI 1986, pp. 156-157, ill.
Prostor I (Catalog by Kristian Suda) 800. Josette Rispal.
Prague: Svaz Ceskych Vytvarnych Umelcu (Union "Stephen Procter: Thoughts about Light"
of Czech Fine Artists) and Pamatnik Narodniho Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, pp. 99-100, 814.
Pisemnictvi-Muzeum (Ceske Literatury (Museum ill. "Pour le 220e anniversaire de Baccarat: Exposition
of Czech Literature), 1982, 35 pp., ill. des chefs-d'oeuvre des Meilleurs Ouvriers de
Libensky, Brychtova, Elias, Plfva, and others. 801. France de la Cristallerie au Musee du cristal"
"Symposium und Ausstellung/Symposium and Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 209, Dec.
787. Exhibition in Leerdam, Netherlands" 1984, pp. 42-48, ill.
PREMOLI, FRANCESCA Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 268-271, Baccarat glass of 1961-1982 illustrated.
"Reperti di antichitA CONTEMPORANEA" ill.
Casa Vogue, no. 169, Dec. 1985, pp. 136-141, ill. Stichting Glass program and the exhibit at Fort OI3.
English summary. Asperen. SALDERN, AXEL VON
Memphis and other contemporary glass and "Jahresmesse des Kunsthandwerks"
lighting, as well as 1950s glass, in a Parisian 802. Kunst + Handwerk, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 403,
apartment. RIIHIMAKI. SUOMEN LASIMUSEO/ ill.
THE FINNISH GLASS MUSEUM Vessel by Anthony Stern at Hamburg craft fair.
# DO- Suomen Lasi Elaa/Finnish Glass Lives (Documen­
PRICE, ANNE tation by Kaisa Koivisto) 816.
"The God of Lighting" Riihimaki: the museum, 1986,111 pp., ill. SALOKORPI, PAULI
Country Life, v. 179, no. 4625, April 10,1985, Exhibit surveying the past five years of Finnish "Games with Glass"
pp. 986-987, ill. glass. Look at Finland, no. 1,1986, pp. 4-11, ill.
Chandeliers. Jorma Vennola and his "Silent Village" exhibition.
803.
789. RINALDI, PAOLO 817.
PRIOUR, DAMION "Vetro-mania" SAN FRANCISCO. HOLOS GALLERY
"Damion Prior" Casa Vogue, no. 172, March 1986, pp. 150-151, ill. Laser Affiliates: Light, Sound, Motion Performance
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 82-83, ill. English summary. Series (Text by Nancy Gorglione)
Murano glass used in furnishings and fashion: Forestville, Cal.: Laser Affiliates, 1986,
790. hook chains for lamps, drops on evening clothes, 15 pp., ill.
PROVIDENCE, RODE ISLAND. glass-heeled shoes.
MUSEUM OF ART, RHODE ISLAND 818.
SCHOOL OF DESIGN 804. SANDQVIST, GERTRUD
44 Alumi, Rhode Island School of Design RINALDI, ROSA MARIA "Formrevy: Portar och Prang"
Providence: the museum, 1985,48 pp., ill. "Zeus, OneOff, Quartett.The New Designers: What Form, v. 82, no. 2 (640), 1986, p. 43, ill.
Includes Howard BenTre, Dale Chihuly, William They Have Inherited and Where They Are Going" Sculpture by Maija Vainonen-Gryta.
Dexter, Michael Glancy. Ottagono, no. 81, June 1986, pp. 118-125, ill.
BorekSipek, MatteoThun. 819.
Ol. "Marimekko"
RADICE, BARBARA 805. Form, v. 82, no. 2 (640), 1986, p. 39, ill.
Memphis: Research, Experiences, Results, ROBERTS, PAUL Heikki Orvola tableware glass to go with textiles.
Failures and Successes of New Design "Funkamentary Film"
New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1984, Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 125, ill. 820.
208 pp., ill. Review of Canadian film on neon. SANNER, JENNIFER JACKSON
Glass, pp. 154-160. "Molten Magic"
806. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 3, Jan. 1986,
792. ROCHESTER, NEWYORK. BEVIER pp. 22-25, ill.
RAKOW, LEONARD S. and JULIETTE K. GALLERY OF ART, ROCHESTER IN­ Vernon Brejcha.
"Twentieth-Century Diatreta" STITUTE OFTECHNOLOGY
The Glass Club Bulletin, no. 149, Spring 1986, Architecture of the Vessel 821.
pp. 3-8, ill. NewYork, N.Y.: American Ceramics, 1986, 31 pp., SANO,TAKAKO
Especially work of New Jersey artist Barry Sautner. ill. "The International Glass Conference in Japan"
Catalog of the exhibit, including work of 19 glass Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 105-106,
I so. artists. ill.
REISER, BEVERLY
"Upward Profiles" 807. 822.
Ylem Journal, Fall 1986, pp. 4-5, ill. Architecture of the Vessel SAO PAULO., BRAZIL. MUSEU DE
Lee Roy Champagne. Rochester: College of Fine and Applied Arts, ARTE DE SAO PAULO
School for American Craftsmen, the institute, 1986, Arte em Vidro/art in Glass
794. 60 pp. Sao Paulo: the museum, 1986, [92] pp., ill. In
REITBERGER, DIANA Symposium lectures by Tom Patti, Susanne Frantz, Portuguese and English.
"Glass Art's New Horizons: Some Highlights" Dan Dailey, Dale Chihuly, accompanying exhibition Exhibition of 80 pieces by British glass artists.
Ontario Craft, v. 11, no. 3, Sept 1986, pp. 23-24, of works in clay and glass.
ill. 0£.0.
Reviews of three April Toronto exhibitions. 808. SAPPORO. HOKKAIDO MUSEUM OF
RODGER, ROBIN MODERN ART
795. "Review of the 7th Annual Exhibition" World Glass Now '85
REYNOLDS, GIL Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, no. 22,1986, Sapporo: the museum; [s. I.]: The Asahi Shimbun,
"Kiln Forum" pp. 1-3. 1985, 248 pp., ill. English summary.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 60-61, ill. Scottish Glass Society show and sale at Perth, May Work of 65 artists in international competitive and
Louise Falls, Jim Begolly, and Richard LaLonde. 1985. invitational exhibitions.
824. pp. 1991-1994, ill. 854.
SAVE, COLETTE Sculptural object by Matteo Thun. "Stankard's Cloistered Botanicals"
"CIRVA: Centre international de recherche sur le Paperweight News, v. 8, no. 3, Aug. 1986, p. 7+, ill.
verre a Aix-en-Provence" 839.
L'Atelier des Metiers dArt, no. 102, Oct. 1985, p. 11. SCHAUER,STEVE 855.
Interview with the director. "Steve Schauer" "Three California Paperweight Artists"
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 86. Paperweight News, v. 8, no. 4, Dec. 1986, pp. 6-11,
825. ill.
"De la mode au pot, ga clignote" 840. Randall Grubb, Chris Buzzini, Ken Rosenfeld.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 104, Dec. 1985/Jan. SCHMITT, PETER
1986, pp. 22-23, ill. "Glaserne Plastiken von Florian Lechner" 856.
Ingrid Maillot at NTmes craft show. Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 164-165, ill. SHAFFER, MARY
"Slumping and Fusing"
826. 841. Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 96-98, ill.
"Exposition: Les Logiciens de la planete verre" SCHREIBER, HERMANN- HONISCH,
L'Atelier des Metiers d Art, no. 107, April 1986, pp. DlETER; andSlMONEIT, FERDINAND 857.
24-26, ill. Die Rosenthal Story SHAW-EAGLE, JOANNA
Work of Maria Lugossy and Zoltan Bohus. Dusseldorf: Econ Verlag, 1980, 227 pp., ill. "The Fine (?) Art of Developing Bethesda"
History of Rosenthal, the glasswork divisions, New Art Examiner, v. 14, no. 3, Nov. 1986, pp.
827. and tableware designed by Michael Boehm 40-42, ill.
"Les Leperlier: lis sortent de leurs moules" and others. Howard Ben Tre sculpture.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 105, Feb. 1986, pp.
16-17, ill. 842. 858.
Pate de verre by the two brothers. SCHULZE, PAUL SHEPARD, DON
"Paul Schulze" "The Process of Design. Don Shepard"
828. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 44-45, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 37-39, ill.
"Marie Robin. Un Nouveau scenario pour le verre"
LAtelier des Metiers dArt, no. 105, Feb. 1986, pp. 843. 859.
14-15, ill. SCIGLIANO, ERIC SHERMAN, ELLY
New Paris gallery exhibiting glass. "Tacoma Repeals One-Percent Law" "The Coburg Glass Prize: A Report on European
ARTnews, v. 85, no. 3, March 1986, pp. 13-14, ill. Studio Glass"
829. Stephen Antonakos' neon sculptures for sports Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 109-110,
"Pourquoi Clara Scremini presente Toots Zynsky" dome. ill.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 108, May 1986, pp.
12-13, ill. 844. 860.
Zynsky work in Paris gallery. SCREMINI, CLARA "Rene Roubicek"
"Expositions: 'Reve africain' ceuvres en verre de Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 84-85, ill.
830. Toots Zynsky"
"Prix international. Yan Zoritchak notre tresor natio­ La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 28, 861.
nal vivant raconte..." May/June 1986, p. 48, ill. SHERMAN, ELLYand FRITSCH,
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art,no. 103, Nov. 1985, pp. DANIELA
12-14, ill. 845. "An American and a European View of the Coburger
Interview with Zoritchak following "World Glass Now "Paolo Martinuzzi" Glaspreis"
'85" in Japan. LAtelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 111, Sept. 1986, New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986,
pp. 20-22, ill. pp. 30-31, ill.
831.
"La Saison du verre" 846. 862.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art,no. 112, Oct. 1986,p. 7, ill. "Paolo Martinuzzi" SlLBERMAN, ROBERT
Exhibition of French glass artists at Bibliotheque La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 30, "Rekviem za 'atelierove sklo?'"
Forney. Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 43-44, ill. Umeni a Remesla, no. 2,1986, p. 71, ill.
Translation of an excerpt from '"Americans in Glass'
832. -A Requiem?" in Art in America, no. 1,1985.
"Salons: Ob'Art, premiere" SCREMINI, CLARAand MORIN,
L'Atelier des Metiers d Art, no. 102, Oct. 1985, pp. CLAUDE 863.
8-9, ill. "Dale Chihuly" SINGH, SAUNTHY
Isabelle Monod piece. La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 31, "Reviews: 'Studio Glass, AContemporary American
Nov./Dec. 1986, pp. 38-41, ill. Survey'"
833. Includes description of Chihuly working at Dieulefit, New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp. 46-47.
"Le Verre au vert" July 1986. Group show in Redding, Cal.
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 104, Dec. 1985/Jan.
1986, p. 17, ill. QtO. 864.
Artists from different countries at Paris gallery: SEDINA, VLASTIMIL SlNZ, DAGMAR
Raymond, Kruft, Borowski, Ink, Bray, Stern, Walker, "Life and Work (on the Occasion of Robert Havel's "Ausstellung/Exhibition: Hommes de Verre"
Woods. 80th Birthday)" Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 290-291, ill.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 9,1986, p. 27, ill.
834. 865.
"Les Vitriers de Montreal" 849. SKARLANTOVA,JANA
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 113, Nov. 1986, pp. SEKORA, ONDREJ J. "The Best of the Best: The Best Product of the Year
20-23, ill. "Sklarske konfrontace:VNovem Borumpodruhe-a 1985 Competition"
Frangois Houde, Astri Reusch, Lisette Lemieux, vyborne"v Glass Review, v. 41, no. 7,1986, pp. 2-9, ill.
Elisabeth Marier. Urnenia Remesla,no. 2,1986, pp. 12-17, ill. English
summary. 866.
835. Novy Bor 2nd international Symposium. "DaliborTichy's Glass Heritage"
SAVE, COLETTEand BEAUMONT, Glass Review, v. 41, no. 8,1986, pp. 9-13, ill.
THIERRY DE 850.
"A Paris, en face le musee 'Hommage a Picasso' les "Vystava: Vyznani zivotu a mfru" 867.
createurs actuels saluent I'artiste" Urneni a Remesla, no.1,1986, pp. 13-15, ill. English "Glass Underground"
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 110, July/aug. 1986, summary. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 7,1986, pp. 10-13, ill.
p. 25, ill. 1985 exhibitions included work by Rozsypal, Vizner, Sculptures, mosaics, and panels in Prague's
Ceramists and glass artists salute Picasso: Czeslav Konig. subway stations.
Zuber, Jean-Paul van Lith, Paul Kosberg/Scott
Slagerman. 851. 868.
SELIGMAN, PATRICIA SMITH, COLLEEN
836. "Artists' Warehouses" "Neon: Now Brightening More Than Beer Taps"
"Les Annees cinquante sur quoi faut-il miser?" Arts Review, v. 38, no. 8, April 25,1986,pp. 214-215, Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986,
L'Atelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 110, July/Aug. 1986, ill. pp. 58-61, ill.
pp. 27-29, ill. London Glassblowing Workshop.
Includes 1950sglass designedby Picasso, made by 869.
Italian glass masters. SMITH, PAUL J. and LUCIE-SMITH,
SELMAN,LAWRENCE H. EDWARD
837. "Rediscovering Millefiori Techniques at Parabelle "Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical"
SCARZELLA, PATRICIA Glass" American Craft, v. 46, no. 5, Oct./Nov. 1986,
"The Design Project" Paperweight News, v. 8, no. 2, May 1986, pp. 6-9, ill. pp. 22-35, ill.
Ottagono, no. 80, March 1986, pp. 66-71, ill. Paperweights by Portland, Ore. artist, American Craft Museum exhibit: Benjamin Moore,
Ettore Sottsass, Memphis designer, p. 71. Gary Scrutton. Dale Chihuly, Amy Roberts.

838. 853. 870.


SCHABER, WlLFRIED "Scholar and Paperweight Expert Paul Hollister" SNAJDR, IVAN
"Die Moderne im Blickpunkt" Paperweight News, v. 8, no. 4, Dec. 1986, "Chribska Glass of Five Centuries"
Weltkunst, v. 56, no. 14, July 15,1986, p. 1+, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 9,1986, pp. 2-8, ill.
871. Berner, Kent Nyberg)
"Hand-cut Lead Crystal" [Stockholm]: Kosta Boda AB, 1986, [64] pp., ill.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 1,1986, pp. 10-15, ill. "Crystal Renaissance Glistens 57th Street as Two Autumn exhibition "Kosta Boda's Sixth Sense,"
Sklarny Bohemia National Corp. at Podebrady. New Galleries Open Their Doors" work of 12 designers.
China, Glass & Tableware, v. 104, no. 2, Feb. 1986,
872. pp. 7-10, ill. 902.
SOLOMON, KIMBERLEY Hoya and Orrefors galleries. STOCKHOLM. KULTURHUSET
"Decorated Glass: A Dark Horse Sees the Light" New Glass
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 86, no. 10, Oct. 886. [Stockholm: Kulturhuset], 1985, [11] pp., ill.
1985, p. 156+, ill. "Designer Spotlight: Erika Lagerbielke" In Swedish and English.
Hand-painted and silkscreened glassware to China, Glass & Tableware, v. 104, no. 6, June 1986, Exhibit of American glass arranged by Hans Frode
coordinate with dinnerware, etc. p. 6, ill. and Co Derr. Essays by David McFadden and
Orrefors designer. Barbara Jepson.
873.
"Merchadising Crafts: Smart Marketing Meets 887. 903.
Unique Design" "Designer Spotlight: Michael Joplin" STRASBOURG. GALERIE PASKINE
Gifts & Decorative Accessories, v. 87, no. 3, March China, Glass & Tableware, v. 104, no. 12, Dec. DE GIGNOUX
1986, pp. 66-67+, ill. 1986, p. 9+ , ill. van Lith
Vases by Thomas Buechner III, Kit Karbler/Michael Cannes: Cliches Baconnet, 1986, 22 pp., ill.
David, Caliente Glass. 888. Catalog for Jean-Paul van Lith's exhibition "Vitesse
STENSMAN, MAILIS de Croisiere," March 1986.
874. "Fire and Air"
SORIA, SANDRA S. Form, Swedish Design Annual, no. 7,1986, 904.
"Hot Collectibles" pp. 34-37, ill. STRNAD,PAVEL
Better Homes and Gardens Decorating, Winter Jerker Persson and Richard Reckham of Eldoluft "30 let vyzkumneho ustavu skla a bizuterie v
1986/1987, pp. 80-89, ill. Glassworks. Jablonci nad Nisou"
Postwar glass. Sklara Keramik, v. 36, no. 4,1986, pp. 97-98.
889. 30-year anniversary of the research institute of
875. "FormkronikanB Formaret 1985" glass and jewelry, Jablonec.
SOSIN, jEANand HlLBERT Form, v. 82, no. 1 (639), 1986, pp. 8-11, ill. English
"Glassammler in den USA/Glass Collectors in the summary. 905.
USA" 1985 design review: work by Perssons, Cyren, STROBINO, GEORGETTE
Neues Gias. no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 204-207, Huldt, Forsell, the Valliens, Alberius, Engmans, and "Andries Dirk Copier"
ill. others. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 31,
Nov./Dec. 1986, pp. 34-35, ill.
Of u. 890.
S O U C A S N E C E S K E S K L O '86[calendar] "Formrevy: Eva Ullberg" 906.
(Text by Antomn Langhamer) Form, v. 82, no. 2 (640), 1986, p. 41, ill. SUDA, KRISTIAN
Prague: Art Centrum, 1985, 7 pp., ill. Review of Stockholm exhibit. "Sklo. Sklo] Sklo?"
English text. Umenia Remesla, no. 2,1986, pp. 17-21, ill.
12 Czech glass artists. 891. English summary.
"Formrevy: Nytt pa glasfronten" 1985 Coburg exhibition.
877. Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, p. 61, ill.
SPARKE, PENNY Engraved plate by Lisa Bauer, sculpture by Goran 907.
"Casting from Nature" Warff, box by Jerker Perssons. SUDJIC, DEYAN
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 39-41, ill. The Lighting Book: AComplete Guide to Lighting
Colin Reid. 892. Your Home
"Formrevy: Paletter och rymdfarkoster" New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. 1985,192 pp., ill.
878. Form, v. 82, no. 4 (642), 1986, p. 60, ill.
SPERLING, LENA Goran Warff, Minika Backstrom pieces. 908.
"Pa kryss i ljushavet" SWINBURNE, ELIZABETH a n d o t h e r s
Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, p. 6, ill. 893. "Opportunity Knocks:Views of Eight Degree Shows"
New Swedish lighting by Olle Anderson, Lars "Formrevy: Rubinrott" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
Sesterviks, and others. Form, v. 82, no. 6 (644), 1986, p. 37, ill. pp. 23-29, ill.
Erik Hoglund. Reviews of student final exhibitions at colleges in
879. Great Britain.
SPIELMANN, HEINZ 894.
"Arts and Crafts of Northern Germany" "Formrevy: Svenskt Glas 86" 909.
Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 69-76, ill. Form, v. 82, no. 6 (644), 1986, p. 37, ill. TAFEL, VERENA
Pavel Molnar, Klaus Moje, Isgard Moje-Wohlgemuth. "Entdeckung und Veranderung/Discoveries and
895. Changes. Neue Arbeiten von Ann Wolff/New Works
880. "Generost graalglas" by Ann Wolff"
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA. Form, v. 82, no. 3 (641), 1986, p. 48, ill. Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 258-265, ill.
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS Wilke Adolfsson.
Steuben Crystal: Inaugural Exhibition of Helen 910.
Harper Brown Gallery for Decorative Arts (Text by 896. TAKEDA,ATSUSHI
Chloe Zerwick) "Illusionens mastare" "World Glass Now '85 in Japan"
St. Petersburg: the museum, 1985, [44] pp., ill. Form, v. 82, no. 5 (643), 1986, p. 53, ill. Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 4-9, ill.
Private collection of Steuben glass made in years Nils Landberg drinking set.
1955-1985. 911.
897. TALLEY, CHARLES
881. "New Glass" "Formrevy: Harvey Littleton studioglasets fader"
STADELMANN, GUIDO Form, v. 81, no. 8 (637), 1985, pp. 16-18, ill. Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, pp. 62-63, ill.
"Schweiz Glasaktivitaten/Switzerland Glass English summary.
Activities" Exhibit of U. S. studio glass, Stockholm. 912.
Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986,
TAMPA, FLORIDA. ART GALLERIES,
p. 88, ill. 898 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
STEPHAN, RUDOLF Vito Acconci: The House and Furnishings as Social
"Das Glasmachen liegt ihnen im Blut" Metaphor
882. Tampa: the university, 1986, 44 pp., ill.
STARA, EVA Porzellan + Glas, no. 1,1985, pp. 34-37, ill.
Includes glass sculpture, "Maze Table."
"New Forms of Painted Glass" Riedel family history and some new designs.
Glass Review, v. 41, no. 11,1986, pp. 16-18, ill. 913.
Martin Velisek, Ivana Solcova, Vlastimil Beranek. 899 TARAGIN, DAVIRA S.
STERN, ROBERTA. M. "From Vienna to the Studio Craft Movement"
883. The International Design Yearbook 1985/1986 Apollo, v. 124, no. 298, Dec. 1986, pp. 539-544, ill.
"O vystavach" London: Thames and Hudson, 1985, 239 pp., ill. Detroit Institute of Arts acquisitions, including
Ars Vitraria, no. 8, [1985], pp. 126-127. Lighting, glass furniture, and tableware by Linda "Series Fratelli Toso 1977-78"by Lipofsky.
English summary. MacNeill, Achille Castiglioni, Carlo Moretti, Nick
Review of exhibitions: Ludvika Smrckova, Vaclav Mount, Richard Meier. 914.
Platek, 1982 International Glass Symposium at TAYLOR, H E R B E R T
Novy Bor. 900. "Pascal and Tyler, Too"
STERRITT, KATHLEEN Town & Country, v. 140, no. 5075, Aug. 1986, p. 84, ill.
884. "Steuben's Capital Shop" Los Angeles glass sculptor Pascal.
STAROSTA, JOSEF Washington Home, Oct. 16,1986, p. 30, ill.
"With a Valuable Tradition to Contemporary Washington, D. C. 915.
Successes" THOMAS, CAROLINE
For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 1, Marcn 1986, 901. "The Glasshouse"
pp. 28-35, ill. STOCKHOLM. KOSTA BODA The Glass Cone, no. 11, Sept. 1986, p. 6.
Chandeliers made at Lustry Concern, Kamenicky DJURGARDEN Work of four Glasshouse workers: Annette Meech,
Senov. Kosta Boda sjatte sinne (Text by Annika Hessner David Taylor, FleurTookey, Christopher Williams.
916. 932. In French, Italian, English.
TOKYO. 6TH FLOOR GALLERY, V E R C E L L O N I , V. a n d ROM A NE L LI , M. Import firm for Baccarat, Orrefors, Venini, Riedel.
TAKASHIMAYA "XVII Triennale: 'II Progetto Domestico'" Brief history and 1960s products of these firms.
Free Blown Glassware by Kyohei Fujita Domus, no. 671, April 1986, pp. 72-73, ill.
Tokyo: the gallery, 1986,42 pp., ill. InJapanese and Mario Merz construction. 949.
English. WARNIA, PIERRE
J700. "Enquetes & Reportages: Baccarat"
VIENNA. OSTERREICHISCHES Revue des Industries d'Art Offrir, no. 223, March
TORONTO. THE CRAFT GALLERY MUSEUM FUR ANGEWANDTE KUNST 1986, pp. 44-55, ill.
Mentor's Choice GlasZeit: Timo Sarpaneva, Finland (Text by Kaj Kalin)
Toronto: Ontario Crafts Council, 1986,15 pp., ill. Dortmund: Cramers Kunstanstalt Verlag, 2nd 950.
Perfume bottle by Martha Henry, stained glass by revised ed., 1985, 84 pp., ill. WASHINGTON, D.C. ZYGOS GALLERY
Gundar Robez, sculpture by Peter Zips. Exhibition, Oct.-Nov. 1985. Hellenic Fine Arts Today (sales catalog)
Washington, D.C.: the gallery, 1986, 61 pp., ill.
3IO. 934 Sculpture byTasios Kiriazopoulos.
TORREGROSSA, BERNICE COLLINS VlNCENTELLI, MOIRA
"Profile: Judy Bally Jensen" "Exhibitions: Blownand Cast Glass by Fiona Peckham" 951.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 4-5 + , ill. Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 53-54, ill. WASSERMAN,ABBY
"The Glass Collectors"
919. 935 The Museum of California (Oakland Museum), v.
TREVALLY, JANE VOAKE, COLIN 10, no. 1, July/aug. 1986, pp. 4-7, ill.
"Aminya Studio Glass" "Bottlers" Saxe collection.
Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 54-56, ill. Crafts, no. 82, Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 16-19, ill.
Chris Pantano and Judy Harris of Nambour, On making scent bottles by Catherine Hough and
Queensland. David Taylor. WAUSAU. WISCONSIN. LEIGH
YAWKEY WOODSON ART MUSEUM
920. 936. "Americans in Glass" 1976-1986, a Synopsis
TRIMPOL, MICHAEL VOLF, PETR Wausau: the museum, 1986, 40 pp.
"Building a New Glass Studio at Harbourfront" "A Celebration of the Glass-making Craft" Project report and press reviews about the exhibit.
Glass Gazette (Glass Art Association of Canada), Glass Review, v. 41, no. 11,1986, pp. 6-8, ill.
1986, pp. 13-16, ill. 953
937. WEBB, MICHAEL
921. "Collections of Lighting Fixtures from Vallasske The Magic of Neon
TRUJEN, MONICA Mezinci" Layton, Utah: Gibbs M. Smith, 2nd revised ed.,
"Ebeltoft/Danemark. Eroffnung des ersten Glass Review, v. 41, no. 11,1986, pp. 2-5, ill. 1986, 88 pp., ill.
Museums fur zeitgenossische Glaskunst"
Die Kunst, no. 10, Oct. 1986, p. 704. 938. 33*+.
"An Exhibition in the Nova sin" WEEKS, DAVID
922. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 10,1986, pp. 25-27, ill. "Bitten by the Glass Bug: Heike Robertson"
"Eroffnung des 1. Museums fur zeitgenossische British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Summer 1986,
Glaskunst in Ebeltoft/Opening of the 1st Museum 939. p. 38, ill.
for Contemporary Glass Art in Ebeltoft" VOLLICHARD, DOMINIQUE
Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 220-221, ill. "Monica Guggisberg et Philip Baldwin, les verriers 955.
magnifiques" WEINSTEIN, STEVE
923. L'Oeil, no. 376, Nov. 1986, pp. 36-41, ill. "The American Debut of Hoya Crystal"
TULSA, OKLAHOMA. PHILBROOK Collector Editions, v. 14, no. 2, Summer 1986,
ART CENTER 940. pp. 28-30, ill.
Kallenberger in Glass: 3 Series VON DREHLE, CARIN
Tulsa: the art center, 1986, 8 pp., ill. "Is There Life in Your Art?" 956.
Kreg Kallenberger exhibit. British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/1986, WEISMAN, SANDY
pp. 4-8, ill. "Exhibitions: Boston"
924. Interview with Erwin Eisch. Craft International, April/May/June 1986, p. 41.
TURNER, NANCY KAY Review of Work by R. W. Yelle, Alex Brand, Rick
"Exhibitions: A Reconciliation of Opposites" 3t I. Bernstein, Dan Dailey.
Artweek, v. 17, no. 15, April 19,1986, p. 6, ill. VORONOV, N. V. and DUBOVA, M. M.
John Luebtow and Christopher Lee installation at Nevskij Khrustal': Ocherki osnovnykh etapov 957.
Brand Library Art Gallery, Glendale, Cal. razvitiia WEISS, DICK
Leningrad: Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1984, 288 pp., ill. "Review: Amy Roberts"
925. Survey of Russian glass, especially work of desig­ Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 29-31, ill.
UR'BANSKA-MISZCZYK, BARBARA ners since 1940s.
Szklo artystyczne 958.
Cz§stochowa, Poland: Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych 942. WELCOME TO KOSTA BODA, SWEDEN
(Office of Decorative Arts Exhibitions), 1983, [11] WALKER, JUDY Kosta: the company, [1985?], 31 pp., ill.
pp., ill. "Lighted Lines" Brief history, the designers, and products.
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 38, ill.
926. British neon artist, Peter Freeman. 959.
VAN BRUGGEN, COOSJE WEST, CAROLL
"Entrance, Entrapment, Exit" 943. "Glass: As Sculptural Medium"
Artforum, v. 24, no. 10, Summer 1986, pp. 88-97, ill. WALL, C. EDWARD International Sculpture, v. 5, no. 5, Sept./Oct. 1986,
Neon, Bruce Nauman. "Standards of Excellence. Internationale Ausstel- pp. 8-16, ill.
lung lampengeblasenes Glas in USA" Lee, Luebtow, Bell, Carlson, McDonnell, Hutter,
927. Neues Glas, no. 2, April/June 1986, pp. 89-93, ill. Shaffer, Patti.
VAN N U N E N , L I N D A Habatat Galleries exhibition of lampworked glass
"Reviews: Craft Expo '85, Centrepoint, Sydney" by four East Germans, four West Germans, and 960.
Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 115-116, ill. three U. S. artists. WESTFALL, STEPHEN
Blown glass forms by Nick Mount. "Anything, Anytime, Anywhere: Arte Povera at P.S. 1"
944. Art in America, v.74, no. 5, May 1986, pp. 133-137+, ill.
928 WALTHER, SILVIE Mario Merz glass igloo sculpture.
VAN PROYEN, MARK "Wenn Sand Feuerfangt"
"A Suburban Archaeology" Ideates Heim, no. 1, Jan. 1986, pp. 28-34, ill. 961.
Artweek, v. 17, no. 18, May 10,1986, p. 5, ill. Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin and their WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA.
Review of Peggy Ingalls installation that includes a studio at Nonfoux. OGLEBAY INSTITUTE, STIFEL FINE
small glass house. ARTS CENTER
ata. Contemporary Decorative Crafts of West Virginia,
929. Pennsylvania and Ohio
VANCE,ALEXANDER WARMUS, WILLIAM
"Glass as Art, Glass as Craft" Wheeling: the institute, 1985, [14] pp., ill.
"History. Ideology, and Art: Sculpture Transformed" New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 6. Baker, Bruce, Cotleur, Desmett, Harned, Mulcahy,
Wisconsin Academy Review, v. 31, no. 2, March Nelson, Phillips.
1986, pp. 14-22, ill.
James VanDeurzen, Stephan Cox, Audrey Handler. 946.
"Post-Historical: Threat or Seduction?" 962.
New Work, no. 25/26, Winter-Spring 1986, pp. 8-9, ill. WHITE, CERYL
930. "Exhibitions: Reflections of a Potential"
VARGA, VERA Artweek, v. 17, no. 27, Aug. 9,1986, pp. 4-5, ill.
"Az iivegrol, az uvegszimpoziumok urugyen" 947.
Review of the Saxe collection at the OaklandMuseum.
Muveszet, v. 27, no. 6, June 1986, pp. 40-42, ill. "Recent Acquisitions: Corning"
Novy Bor symposium. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 38, ill.
963.
931 948.
WICHMANN, HANS
Made in Germany: Produktform/lndustrial
VA'UDOR, CATHERINE WARNECKE, AUGUST Design/Forme industrielle
"Les Arts du feu: Le Verre" Kultur in Glas und Porzellan, 1925-1965 Munich: Peter-Winkler-Verlag, 1966, 274 pp., ill.
Metiers d'Art, no. 32, Oct. 1986, pp. 33-37, ill. Hamburg: August Warnecke, 1965,176 pp., ill.
In German, French, and English. Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 11, ill. 978.
Early 1960s designs: drinking glasses, vases, Development of contemporary crafts market, such "Oldrich Pllva: Innenraume 1968-1986"
Jenaer fireproof dishes, lamps. as Christie's sale of new glass. GlaslnfoVerre, no. 3,1986, pp. 2-3, ill.

964. 972. 979.


WlCKMAN, KERSTIN YALKUT, JUD "Paolo Martinuzzi: Graffiti in Glass"
"Formrevy: Gudinna och jordemor" "The Relevance of Glass. Transparent Motives: Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 186-191, ill.
Form, v.82, no. 4 (642), 1986, p. 58, ill. Glass on a large Scale'"
Ann Wolff piece. Dialogue, An Art Journal, (Columbus, O.), v. 9, no. 980.
3, May/June 1986, pp. 26-27, ill. "Variationen zum Thema 'Klar oder nicht klar'"
965. [Also in Glass Art Society Journal 1986, Handwerk, Volkskunst, Kunsthandwerk/Schweizer
"Porlander pokaler" pp. 119-120.] Heimatwerk, v. 51, no. 2,1986, pp. 34-39, ill.
Form, v. 81, no. 8 (637), 1985, p. 48, ill. Review of installations by Du Grenier, McDonnell, Review of a Zurich exhibition of Swiss glass artists.
Signe Persson-Melins. BenTre, Kranican, Statom, Marquis, Aschenbren-
ner, Harned, Davidson. 30 I.
966. ZACKOVA, AGATA
"80 talet" "The Present Production of Lednicke Rovne"
Form, v. 81, no. 4 (633), 1985, pp. 9-18, ill. English Glass Review, v. 40, no. 11/12,1985, pp. 34-39, ill.
summary. "Bruce Nauman"
"The 1980s": includes Sandin & Bulow lamp, Su­ Flash Art, no. 126, Feb./March 1986, 982.
zanne Lindahl necklace, Orrefors lead crystal p. 48, ill. ZAGLAUER, WILFRIED
book. N. Y. exhibition with neon. "Pate de Verre: Eine vergangene Technik wiederent-
deckt"
967. 974. Nachtmann Glashuttenpost, no. 8, April 1986,
WILLSON, ROBERT ZABEL, MURRA pp. 4-5, ill.
"My 25 Years of Glass Sculpture in Venice-Murano" "Ausstellung/Exhibition: Expressions en verre"
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 122-123, Neues Glas, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 284-287, ill. 900.
ill. Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Lausanne, exhibit of ZIMMER, JENNY
the Engelhorn collection. '"Glass Eats Light'"
968. Craft Arts, no. 6, May/July 1986, pp. 22-29, ill.
WILSON, WILLIAM 975. Bertil Vallien.
"A Paean to Neon" "Expressions en verre"
Los Angeles Times Magazine, Jan. 19,1986, GlaslnfoVerre, no. 3,1986, 984.
pp. 12-14, ill. p. 6, ill. ZOOK, AMOS GLICK
Lausanne exhibit, Autumn 1986. "Seeing the Illusion: Light in Glass"
969. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 91-93, ill.
WOODMAN, RACHAEL 976.
"Twin Bath" "Glas: Luzern" 985.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/ GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3, no. 2,1986, ZORITCHAK, CATHERINE
1986, p. 27, ill. pp. 6-7, ill. "Catherine Zoritchak"
New Wilkin and Woodman studio, Bath. Summer exhibitions in Lucerne: Czech glass and Revue des Industries dArt Offrir, no. 212, March
Stephen Procter. 1985, p. 55, ill.
970.
WORTZ, MELINDA 977. 986.
"Larry Bell" "London: Ungewohnte Ansichten und Einsichten 1986 OHIO DESIGNER CRAFTSMEN
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 58-61, ill. zum Glas" BUYERS GUIDE
GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3, no. 2,1986, Columbus, O.: Ohio Designer Craftsmen
971. pp. 2-3, ill. Enterprises, 1986,12 pp., ill.
WRIGHT, PHILIP "Glass and Environment" conference. Includes glass items by six artists.
"Crafts at Auction"

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 995. 1003
987. "The Best Stained Glass 1986. "Commissions: Mary Fussell"
"Aktuelles: Glasmaler Adolf V. Saile und seine First/Second/Third Awards, Lamps/Objects" American Craft, v. 46, no. 3, June/July 1986, p. 73, ill.
Zeichnungen. Glaskunstler stellen aus" Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986, Windows for Conn, temple.
Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 10, Oct. 1985, p. 791, ill. pp. 9-11, ill.
Two exhibits, including "Glaskunst Baden-Wurttem- Rick Melby, Stan Floate, Mark D. Olson. 1004.
"Commissions: Royal Scots Window"
berg" of Oct. 1985.
996. Craftwork, no. 14, Winter 1986, pp. 8-9, ill.
988. "The Best Stained Glass 1986. Chapel window in W. Germany done by Edinburgh
"American Bevels from the East" First/Second/Third Awards, Panels" College of Art students.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 5, June 1986, Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986,
pp. 4-5, ill. pp. 7-9, ill. 1005
California beveler has manufactory in China. Lily Havey, Fredrica H. Fields, Bobbi Novicky. "Commissions: The Glasshouse in Glasgow [and]
Crear McCartney"
989. 997. Craftwork, no. 12, Summer 1986, p. 9, ill.
"Architectural Commissions: Larry Zgoda" "The Best Stained Glass 1986. Two commissions in Scotland.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no, 12, Oct. 1986, Grand Prize: Lutz Haufschild"
pp. 58-62, ill. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986, 1006.
pp. 4-6, ill. "Craftwork Portfolio: Leadline Studio"
990. Craftwork, no. 12, Summer 1986, pp. 24-25, ill.
"Architectural Commissions: Nancy Gong" 998. New stained glass studio, Glasgow.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986, "Ein Betonglasfenster entsteht"
pp. 12-15, ill. Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. 19, Oct. 1,1986, insert 1007.
pp. 31-32, ill. "English Glass"
991.
"Au F.l.T. a la Villette: Un pot en verre pour Venise" Making a glass window in concrete (dalle technique). Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 3, Jan. 1986, p. 40, ill.
Verres Actualites, no. 71, Feb. 1986, p. 38, ill. Visits by a tour group.
Vistosi design and model for Venetian float glass 999. 1008.
bridge, displayed by Olivetti at industrial fair. "Bleiverglaste Fenster von Emil Wachter" "Environments & Applications: Susan Van Heuke-
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 9, Sept. 1986, pp. 76-77, ill.
992. lom-Dunn, Linda Ethier, MarkTalaba, Sidney Cash"
"Ausstellung dokumentierte die Vielfalt eines 1000. Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 4, Winter 1985-1986, pp.
Handwerks" "Carving a Niche" 305-314, ill.
Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 10, Oct. 1985, p. 828, ill. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 11, Sept. 1986,pp. 42-44. 1009.
Results of Glasermeister examinations, Rheinbach. Colorado engraving business. "Exhibition of Stained Glass for Contemporary
993. 1001 Interiors"
"Australian Artistry in Glass" "A Chance to View Members' Works at 1987 Summer Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British
Schott Information (English ed.), no. 1,1985, p. 27, ill. Conference" Society of Master Glass-Painters), Spring 1986, p. 7.
Anne Dybka engraved piece. Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, List of exhibitors in the exhibition of the Society of
p. 212, ill. Master Glass-Painters, London, April-May 1986.
994.
"The Best Stained Glass 1986. 1002. 1010.
First/Second/Third Awards, Bevels" "Commission to Commemorate the Establishment of "Exhibitions: Contemporary Czechoslovak Glass"
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986, the National Museum of Scotland" Ceramics, no. 2, Feb./March 1986, p. 37, ill.
pp. 12-13, ill. Scottish Glass Society Newsletter, no. 20, Jan. 1986, London exhibition, relating to theme "glass- space
Claudia and James Simpson, Richard L. Smith, item 2. - architecture".
Nancy Richards. Engraved piece by Alison Kinnaird.
1011. 1031. 1049.
"Festival of Engraved Glass '86 by the Guild of "Koniglicher Auftrag fur Royal Brierley" "Rothschild Marriage Goblet"
Glass Engravers" Die Schaulade, v. 61, no. 11, Nov. 1986, p. 2316, ill. Antique Collector, v. 57, no. 2, Feb. 1986, p. 41, ill.
Glass Circle News, no. 35, July 1986, p. 5. English summary. 19th-c. goblet engraved in 1985 by Honoria Marsh.
Review of London exhibition. Footed cup engraved by Gwyneth Newland for
1050.
presentation to Harvard by Prince Charles.
1012. "Saara Gallin,,
"Folio: VeruskaVagen; Elisabeth Devereaux" 1032. Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 4, Winter 1986,
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, pp. 49-55, ill. '"Light Values' - Modern Architectural Glass, p. 294-295, ill.
a Photographic Survey Crafts Council Touring
1013. 1051.
Exhibition"
"Das Glashaus der Superlative empfiehlt sich als The Glass Engraver, no. 43, Spring 1986, pp. 29-30. "Showcase"
funkelnder Kristall am Messehimmel" Glass Art Magazine, continuing series: v. 1, no. 3,
Brief review of exhibit on display during glass/archi­
Porzellan + Glas, no. 1,1986, pp. 38-39, ill. tecture conference, London. Jan. 1986-v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986.
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. New work submitted by subscribers.
1033.
1014. 1052.
"Ludwig Schaffrath"
"Glaskunst: Reproduktion von 'Original-Tiffany- "Sommarflakt"
/4BC(Antiquites, Beaux-arts, Curiosites), no. 259,
Lampen'" Dec. 1986, pp. 47-48, ill. Form, v. 82, no. 3 (641), 1986, p. 43, ill.
Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. 13, July 1,1986, p. 616, ill. Mosaics by Schaffrath in Aachen and Alsdorf. Dyveke Zadig and Maud Barg.
Paul Crist, California lamp maker. 1053.
1034.
1015. "Stained Glass Mural for Emirates Airlines"
"Matisse and Chagall Windows on View at Union Church"
"Glaskunst-vaerkstedet" Antiques & The Arts Weekly, v. 14, no. 15, April 11, Glass (U.K.), v. 63, no. 5, May 1986, p. 183, ill.
Glasmestertidende, v. 70, no. 3, March 1986, p. 53, ill. 1985, p. 104, ill. Panel for Dubai headquarters by Goddard & Gibbs
Per Steen Hebsgaard, Copenhagen. Studios.
Rockefeller memorial windows, Pocantico Hills, N. Y.
1016. 1054.
1035.
"Glasmaler/Vitrail" "News and Notes" "Stamp on Art"
GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3, no. 2,1986, p. 4, ill. French Professional Stained Glass, irregular series: v. 6, Glass Age, v. 29, no. 5, May 1986, p. 1.
summary. no. 1, Feb. 1986-v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986. Commentary (Gavin Stamp) on the "Glass in the
Bern exhibition of the Halter family of glass Environment" conference in London.
painters, 1916-1986. 1036.
1055.
"Paskonnelse af Glaskunstner"
1017. "Stan and Ollie in Glass"
Glasmestertidende, v. 70, no.3, March 1986, p. 1, ill.
"Glasmaler/Vitrail" Glass Age, v. 29, no. 3, March 1986, p. 11, ill.
Work of Danish artist Per Steen Hebsgaard.
GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3, no. 3,1986, pp. 4-5, ill. 1056.
New rose window in Lucerne and news of London 1037.
"Stoccarda: Gottfried Bohm Glasarchitektur"
conference. "People Who Live in Glass Houses"
Domus, no. 664, Sept. 1985, pp. 22-29, ill.
The Economist, April 19,1986, pp. 111-112, ill.
1018. Rediscovering glass as a medium of decoration in 1057.
"Glass Art People: Charles Frisa" architecture. "Taking Pleasure in Their Panes"
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 11, Sept. 1986, pp. American Glass Review, v. 106, no. 3, Sept. 1985,
36-37, ill. 1038.
p. 5, ill.
"Pictured in Glass"
Carved panel by Sheft Brothers, N.Y.C.
1019. Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 28-29, ill.
"Glass Art People: Lynn Fowler Martin" SashaWard panel. 1058.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986, "Talking Mosaics"
p. 52+, ill. 1039.
Crafts, no. 83, Nov./Dec. 1986, p. 8, ill.
"Pilkington Video Competition"
Review of Belgium conference on contemporary
1020. Museums Bulletin (U. K.), v. 26, no. 3, June1986, p. 49.
mosaics.
"Glass Art People: Wendy Gordon" To demonstrate the decorative potential of glass in
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 12, Oct. 1986, architecture. 1059.
pp. 16-17+, ill. 1040. "ATouch of Glass at IDI '86"
"Profile: Spectrum Glass Company" Glass Age, v. 29, no. 8, Aug. 1986, p. 8, ill.
1021. British glass companies display colored glass, flat
"Glass Goes On Line" Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 9, July 1986, pp. 48-49, ill.
"Projects" glass, and mirror products at Interior Design Inter­
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 12, Oct. 1986, national expo.
pp. 35-37, ill. Glass Digest, v. 65, no. 5, May 15,1986, p. 50, ill.
Computer-aided design programs. N.Y.C. glass memorial to Vietnam veterans. 1060.
1041. "Tuning the Environment"
1022. Crafts, mo. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 36-37, ill.
"Glass Magic II" "Projects"
Glass Digest, v. 65, no. 5, May 15,1986, p. 50, ill. Glass and aluminum murals by Gillian Wise Ciobo-
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 4, Winter 1986, p. 296, ill. taru.
Spectrum exhibition, Tacoma, Washington. N.Y.C. glass memorial to Vietnam veterans.
1042. 1061.
1023. "Una proposta per 'arrampicarsi sui vetri'" "Verrerie d'ornement"
"Glass Portfolio" Abitare, no. 234, May 1985, Notizie pp. 13-14, ill. Idees Lucratives, v.7, no. 62/63, Nov./Dec. 1983, pp.
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 44-47, ill. English summary. 27-51, ill.
Stained glass, neon, and other architectural uses of Vistosi glass design for Accademia bridge, Venice. Opening a business in imitation stained glass,
glass. "stained glass overlay."
1043.
1024. "Rassegna: Formelle di vetro/Notes: Glass Tiles" 1062.
"Hetley-Hartley Wood Competition" Domus, no. 668,Jan. 1986,pp. [28-29 of u.p. preface], "The Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters
Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British ill. of Glass: Winners of 1985 Competitions"
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn Issue, Decorated wall and panel tiles by Leucos, Murano Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British
1986, pp. 4-5. firm. Society of Maaster Glass-Painters), Spring 1986,
Review of the entries and winners,held atWrexham p. 22.
College of Art andDesign. 1044.
"Recent Work: Rick Melby" 1063.
1025. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 9, Nov. 1986, pp. "10 Years, 10 Questions, 10 Views"
"Introducing... Lutz Haufschild" 5-10, ill. Ontario Craft, v. 11, no. 1, March 1986, pp. 17-24.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, p. 195, ill. Sculptural lamps. Interviews with Ontario craftsmen, including Robert
Jekyll.
1026. 1045.
"Introducing... Mark Eric Gulsrud" "Renouveau du vitrail" 1064.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, p. 194, ill. ABC (Antiquites, Beaux-arts, Curiosites), no. 255,
July/Aug. 1986, p. 13, ill.
AARONSON, ADAM
1027. "Glass"
Large stained glass panel incorporated in a green­
"Is Copyrighting Worth It?" Arts Review, v. 38, no. 6, March 28,1986,p. 159, ill.
house by Emmanuel Chauche.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1985, pp. Review of exhibitions related to "Glass in the
17-18. 1046. Environment" conference, April 8-11,1986.
For "glass art studio owners and artists." "Report of the Master of the Worshipful Company of
Glaziers on Activities in 1983" 1065.
1028. The Journal of Stained Glass, v. 18, no. 1,1983-1984, ADLEROVA,ALENA
"Jugend-Glas-Preis '86: Bekenntnis zum Handwerk" pp. 113-114. "Window Glass 1984-1985"
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 10, Oct. 1986, p. 6, ill. Glass Review, v. 41, no. 5,1986, pp. 24-27, ill.
Work by Jutta Behrens,Dorothea Symann,Jorg Derix. 1047. Flat glass sculptures and panels by Exnar, Kopecky,
"Resources: Goddard & Gibbs Studios"
1029. Rybak, Zamecmkova, Elias, Kucerova, and others.
Design, no. 442, Oct. 1985, p. 86, ill.
"Jurs Architectural Glass" Two new processes by the firm: laminated stained 1066.
Interior Design, v. 57, no. 3, March 1986, glass and glass bonded in resin.
p. 122, ill.
ANDRIEUX, CHRISTIANE and
1048. PHILIPPE
1030. "Le Retour de la mode du verre grave, un »plus« "Vivre le vitrail"
"Knox Glass" appreciable pour le miroitier" Le Courrierdes Metiers dArt, no. 56, Oct. 1986,
Craft Australia, no. 3, Spring 1986, pp. 122, ill. Verre Actualites, no. 72, March 1986, pp. 24-29, ill. p. 2, ill.
Stained glass community project in Knox, Victoria Sandblasted mirrors. Authors' work.
1082. 1096.
ART& ENVIRONMENT: SOUTH COAST BROWN, NORA M. "The Piper-Reyntiens Window in New Zealand"
PLAZA "Unusual Commissions" Art New Zealand, v. 37, Summer 1985-1986,
(Text by Susanne Muchnic) The Glass Engraver, no. 43, Spring 1986, pp. 32-33, ill.
Los Angeles, Cal.: South Coast Plaza, 1985, pp. 24-26+, ill. In the chapel of Christ's College, Christchurch.
37 pp., ill. Author's engraved goblet.
Included mirrored sculpture by Doug Edge and 1097.
stained glass wall by Claire Falkenstein. 1083. CLARKE, JOHN
BRUNNER, ASTRID "Glass in the Environment, a Crafts Council Seminar"
1068. "Fredericton's Bicentennial Craft Gala Sale,, Craftwork, no. 13, Autumn 1986, p. 28, ill.
AUBRY, GILBERT Arts Atlantic, v. 6, no. 4, Winter 1986, pp. 15-16. Review of the London seminar and the exhibition
"Guy Lefevre et I'art du vitrail" Work by Raven Glass Studio and others in New "Light Values."
Metiers dArt, no. 30, Dec. 1985, pp. 29-31, ill. Brunswick.
Stained glass artist on island of Reunion, near 1098.
Madagascar. 1084. COOPER, BARRY
BRUTON, ENGLAND. BRUTON "Reviews: Australian Crafts '85, Meat Market
1069. GALLERY Centre, Melbourne"
BARCELONA. CAJAMADRIDDE Patrick Reyntiens: Visions in Light. Glass Painted Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985,
BARCELONA and Stained (Text by Gavin Stamp) pp. 109-110, ill.
Fdez. Castrillo: vuelos, huidas y libertades Bruton, Somerset: the allery, 1985, 36 pp., ill. Panels by Alison McMillan and Klaus Zimmer.
[Madrid: Cajamadrid, 1984, 32 pp.], ill.
Exhibition of flat glass panels and stained glass by 1085. 1099.
Jose Fernandez Castrillo, 1984. BUCHANAN,TERRY COOPER, SUZANNE
"Photographing Stained Glass,, Glass Fantasy
1070. PhotoMethods, v. 28, no. 2, Feb. 1985, pp^24-25+, ill. San Antonio, Tex.: Papillon Publications, 1985,
BEEH, SUZANNE E. 1086.
48 pp., ill.
"Glasmalerei im fernen Osten" Pattern book.
Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 193-195, ill. BUCKLEY, PETER
Australia, New Zealand, Japan. "The Rambusch Touch" 1100.
Historic Preservation, v. 38, no. 4, July/aug. 1986, CORK, IRELAND. TRISKEL ARTS
1071. pp. 44-47+, ill. CENTRE
BELESCHENKO,ALEXANDER Restoration firm. Cork Glass Art: James Scanlon, Maud Cotter (Text
"Beleschenko on Beleschenko" by Nicola Gordon Bowe)
1087.
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 26-28, ill. Cork: the center, 1986, 23 pp., ill.
BURGER, LERSLIE
"Commemorative Window"
1072. 1101.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986,
BIJVOET, MARGA pp. 62-63, ill.
COTTON, ANN
"Exhibitions: Worlds of Systems" "Assessment of the Woodstock Experiment"
By Randy Leever, Colorado state capitol building.
Artweek, v. 17, no. 19, May 17,1986, p. 6, ill. The Glass Engraver, no. 42, Winter 1985/1986,
Frederick Abrams installation at the University of 1088. pp. 20-28, ill.
Southern California Atelier. BURGESS, DOUG Work of over 20 engravers.
"A Glass, Glass Cone"
1073. The Glass Cone, no. 8, Dec. 1985, pp. 3-4, ill. 1102.
BOLLIGER, TRUDI Stipple-engraved glasshouse interior scene done CULLOWHEE, NORTH CAROLINA.
Hand Glass Engraving: "Swiss Technique,"A New on a Stuart blank in shape of Red House Cone, BELK BUILDING, WESTERN CARO­
Exciting Hobby Craft Wordsley, by author. LINA UNIVERSITY
Erlenbach:TB Glass Engraving Switzerland, 1984, Prints from Glass
38 pp., ill. 1089. Cullowhee, N.C.: the university, 1986,
CARPENTER,ED [24] pp., ill.
1074. "London Glass Parley" Exhibit of work of 17 artists using glass plates in
BONN. GALERIE HENNEMANN American Craft, v. 46, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1986, printmaking process.
Georg Meistermann: Die Fenster in Profanbauten pp. 87-88.
Bonn: the gallery, 1985,120 pp., ill. Conference review. 1103.
Meistermann's windows and panels in secular CZERNIN, PETER
buildings. 1090. "Bundesamtsgebaude in Wien"
CARR, FRANCIS Glasforum, v. 36, no. 2,1986, pp. 23-26, ill.
1075. "Glass International" Government building exterior with colored ename­
Markus Prachensky (Comp. by Manfred de la Studio International, v. 199, no. 1014, Sept. 1986, led glass panels by author.
Motte) pp. 26-31, ill.
Bonn: the gallery, 1979, 203 pp., ill. Integrating glass and the environment: Ray King, 1104.
Includes the artist's church windows in W. Germany Stephen Antonakos, Clifford Rainey, and others. DANGLOVA, OLGA
and Austria, 1958-1970s. "Kronika: Expozicia I'udovej mal'by na skle a
1091. plastiky"
1076. "AThirties Bathroom" Umeni a Remesla, no. 3,1985, pp. 65-66.
BORRAS, MARIA LLUISA Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 16-19, ill. Folk painting on glass, 1985 Bratislava exhibit.
"The Stained Glass Works of Joan Miro" Potential for glass interiors displayed in 1930s Paul
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 12-13. Nash design for Viennese client. 1105.
Chapel in Senlis. D'ARCY, CHRISTINE
1092. "Enlightening Art"
1077. CHAGALL, MARCand MAYER, American Craft, v. 46, no. 4, Aug./Sept. 1986, pp.
BOUILLOT, ROGER KLAUS 28-31, ill.
"Despierre I'architecte,, Je mets mon arc dans la nuee: Les Vitraux de Fairbanks, Alaska university windows by Garth
L'Oeil, no. 377, Dec. 1986, pp. 56-61, ill. Chagall en I'Eglise Saint-Etienne de Mayence Edwards, Douglas Hansen, Lyn Hovey, Ray King,
Windows by Jacques Despierre for the basilica of Wurzburg: Editions Echter, Exclusivite Weber, Peter Mollica, Kenneth von Roenn.
Notre-Dame-de-Liesse, Aisne. 1984, 82 pp., ill.
Windows designed in 1977 for Mainz church. 1106.
1078.
1093.
DARLEY, GILLIAN
BRAYBROOKE, SUSAN YAHVE, MON DIEU, QUE TU ES
"Hong Kong Jazz"
"Office Design: Fuqua,, Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 42, ill.
GRAND : LES VITRAUX DE CHAGALL
Interior Design, v. 57, no. 5, May 1986, Screens of sandblasted and glazed images by
EN L'EGLISE SAINT-ETIENNE DE
pp. 246-251, ill. Jane McDonald. *
MAYENCE
Stained glass panels for Atlanta office designed by
Wurzburg: Editions Echter, Exclusivite Weber, 1981,
Jean Meyers. 1107.
76 pp., ill.
"PADT"
1079. 1094. Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 14, ill.
BRIERS, DAVID CHARTRES. CENTRE INTERNATIO­ Britain's Public Art Development Trust matches
"Amber and Pearl" NAL DU VITRAIL AU GRENIER DE artist to client; panels by Alexander Beleschenko.
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 34-36, ill. LOENS
Amber Hiscott and David Pearl studio, Swansea. Vitraux: Chambre Syndicate des Maitres Verriers 1108.
Frangais DAVID, PETER
1080. Chartres: [Centre International du Vitrail], 1986, 48 "The Palm House"
BROWN, C. M. pp., in folder, ill. The Glass Engraver, no. 44, Summer 1986,
Setting Up Your Own Stained Glass Workshop: Exhibit of 40 artists' works. pp. 10-13, ill.
Hobbyist to Professional Engraved piece by author.
Farmington, Mich.: Arthur E. Brown, 1983, 1095.
128 pp., ill. CIARAN, FIONA 1109.
"Artists in Glass" DORMER, PETER
1081. Art New Zealand, v. 39, Winter 1986, pp. 35-37, ill. "Gentle Ornament"
Stained Glass Mathematical Guide & Advisor Review of 1985 Christchurch exhibit of seven New Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 43, ill.
Farmington, Mich.: Arthur E. Brown, 1983,128 pp., ill. Zealand glass artists. Enamel-painted glass panels by Ann Smyth.
1110. 1125. 1142.
DRAKE, JERRY S. "A Glass for All Lights" GOLDSCHEIDER, iRENAand KLEIN,
"Those Who Can... Also Teach" Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 4, May 1986, DAN
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 3,Jan. 1986, pp. 12-15, ill. pp. 8-10+, ill. "Glass in the Environment. Ausstellungen/Exhibitions"
Richard LaLonde, Ruth Brockmann, Dorothy Maddy, Using colorless, machine-made textured glasses; Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 215-217, ill.
and others. work of Tom Venturella.
1143.
1111. 1126. GOLDSTEIN, BARBARA
DUFOUR, PAUL A. "Interview: Narcissus Quagliata" "Glass in Architecture"
"A New Look at Window Function" Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 4, May 1986, Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 11-13, ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 117-119, ill. pp. 4-7, ill.
1144.
1112. 1127. GOODMAN, NEIL
DUNLOP, IAN "Recent Work: Karen Brown" "Reviews: Chicago. Vito Acconci"
"Light Out of Darkness: Laurence Whistler's Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 8, Oct. 1986, New Art Examiner, v. 13, no. 8, April 1986, p. 54, ill.
Engraved Glass" pp. 4-6, ill. [Also in Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 118.]
Country Life, v. 179, no. 4615, Jan. 30,1986, Walk-through maze sculpture made of plate glass.
pp. 268-270, ill. 1128.
"Recent Work: Preston Studios" 1145.
1113. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986, GRANT, ROBERT
DUSSELDORF. STADTMUSEUM pp. 4-7, ill. "Crafts in Nova Scotia"
E. O. Kopke: Arbeiten von 1950 bis heute (Text by Florida firm. Early American Life, v. 17, no. 2, April 1986,
Werner Alberg and Konrad Pfaff) pp. 50-52 + , ill.
Dusseldorf: the museum, 1985, 96 pp., ill. 1129. Panel by Andrew Terris.
FUGLEBERG,PAUL
1114. "Glass Art People" 1146.
DUY, WALTER H. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 4, Feb. 1986, GRENON, ARIANE
Stained Glass Art: A Programmed Guide to pp. 34-35, ill. "Vitraux a Chartres"
Learning Sandblasted work by Jim and Deanna Birkholm. LeCourrierdes Metiersd'Art, no. 53, June1986, p. 1,ill.
Aurora, III.: SGA Publications, 1985, 72 pp., ill. The centre International du Vitrail at Grenier-de-
1130. loens, Chartres.
1115. "Uroboros: From 1200 sq. ft. to 22,000 sq. ft."
EBERT, JOSEF Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986, 1147.
"Die Dallglas-Wand bringt Licht und Farbe ins Haus" pp. 32-34, ill. GRINTEN, FRANZ JOSEPH VAN DER
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 11, Nov. 1986, pp. 80-81, ill. "Georg Meistermanns Fenster fur St. Gereon in Koln"
1131. Kunst und Kirche, no. 3, 1985, pp. 175-177, ill.
1116. "14-Window Commission Termed 'Historic Milepost'"
"Moglichkeiten zu kunstlerischem Gestalten" Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 9, July 1986, 1148.
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 6, June 1986, pp. 10-11, ill. pp. 53-54, ill. GUYOMARD, PATRICE
Sandblasting designs. Montana church. "Les Enfants et le vitrail"
La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 28,
1117. 1132. May/June 1986, pp. 40-42, ill.
ELLIOTT, RICHARD H. GAL, REGIS
"Colored Sheet Glass Producer Revives Patterns, "Henri Guerin: 30 ans d'atelier" 1149.
Textures of Early 1900's" La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 27, HAGEN, MARY
American Glass Review, v. 107, no. 1/2, July/Aug. March/April 1986, pp. 23-26, ill. "Glass Art People: Charles Herwood"
1986, p. 14. Toulouse stained glass artist. Glass ArtMagazine, v. 1, no. 7, May 1986, pp. 30-31,ill.
Kokomo Opalescent Glass Co.
1133. 1150.
1118. "Jean-Claude Izard: Dalle de verre en occitanie" "Glass Art People: Jim and Leslie Schlitz"
ELSKUS, ALBINAS La Revue de la Ceramique etdu Verre, no. 26, Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 3, Jan. 1986,
"Elskus: On Designing" Jan./Feb. 1986, p. 32, ill. pp. 26-28, ill.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, pp. 42-46, ill. Reproduction Tiffany lamps.
Author's windows for New Jersey mausoleum. 1134.
"Vitrail cloisonne (2)" 1151.
1119. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24, "Glass Art People: Kathy Bradford"
FISHER, ALFRED Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 36, ill. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1985,
"Glass in the Environment" pp. 24-27, ill.
Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British 1135.
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn Issue "Vitraux en polyester stratifie de fibres de verre" •i
1986, pp. 6-9. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 30, HALIBURTON, ONTARIO. RAILS'
Review of the London conference. Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 38-39, ill. END GALLERY
Michel Petit. The Ontario Crafts Council: Jean A. Chalmers
1120. Bicentennial Collection
"Stained Glass for Contemporary Interiors" 1136. Toronto: Ontario Crafts Council, 1984, [16] pp., ill.
Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British GANS, LONNY Panel by Robert Jekyll.
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn Issue "The Commission Process"
1986, pp. 10-13. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, p. 17. i i3j.
Development of secular stained glass. Role of the art consultant in architecture. HAMILTON, WALTER J.
A Touch of Glass
1121. 1137. Silver Spring, Md.: Hamilton Studio, 1976,114 pp., ill.
"Working with Light" GEIBEL, VICTORIA Stained glass pattern book.
Stained Glass 1986 (The Magazine of the British "Through a Glass Brightly"
Society of Master Glass-Painters), Autumn Issue Metropolis, v. 6, no. 4, Nov. 1986, p. 29, ill. 1154.
1986, pp. 9-10. Restoring leaded glass windows at UnionTheologi­ HARROD, TANYA
Exhibition at the Royal Institute of British Architec­ cal Seminary, New York. "A Profound Misapprehension: 'Why Does Modern
ture, April 1986. Glass Not Have a Place in Architecture?'"
1138. Ceramics, no. 4, July/Aug. 1986, pp. 45-47, ill.
1122.
GERCKE, HANS Review of "Glass in the Environment" London
"Glasmalerie heute"
FLORES, AMY Kunst und Kirche, no. 3, 1985, pp. 170-174, ill.
conference and concurrent exhibitions.
Aurora Stained Glass Patterns, Book 1 - Knights,
Dragons, etc. 1155.
1139.
San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1985,8 folded "The Heidelberg Window Controversy/Der Heidel- HERONNIERE, EDITH DE LA
leaves, ill. "Gilles Desaulniers, un verrier venu du Grand Nord
berger Fensterstreit"
Neues Glas,no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 20-24+, ill. Canadien"
1123. Johannes Schreiter's Project for reconstructing La revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 30,
Aurora Stained Glass Patterns, Book 2 - Frames & Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 41-42, ill.
windows in a Heidelberg church.
Mirrors
San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1985, 8 folded 1140. 1156.
leaves, ill. "Schreiters Entwurfe fur Heidelberg ein Paradigma" HICKEY, GLORIA
Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 178-180, ill. "Crystal, Hand-Engraved"
1124. Canadian Collector, v. 21, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1986,
FRENCH, JENNIE 1141. pp. 25-27, ill.
"The Artist as a Marathon Runner; The New York GLASS IN THE ENVIRONMENT: DI­ Mark Roberts, Toronto engraver.
Public Library and Public Art; RichardSpaulding on RECTIONS IN CRAFTSMANSHIP,
Civic Art" ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN 1157.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986, [London: the Crafts Council, 1985,16] pp., ill. "Reviews: Glass Conscious at Ontario Crafts
pp. 13-14,19-20+, ill. Schedule booklet for international conference Council"
Panel for facade of N.Y. Public Library branch by sponsored by Crafts Council, Royal College of Art, New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986,
Richard Spaulding. RIBA, and Pilkington Glass. pp. 20-21, ill.
1158. Part 2: "Bullseye Glass... Poised for Growth," v. 2, Work op Joep Nicolas and 20 other Netherlandish
HISCOTT, AMBER no. 3, July 1986, pp. 1-5+, ill. stained glass artists.
"News: 'Glass in the Environment'"
Crafts, no. 81, July/Aug. 1986, p. 8. 1174. 1189.
Review of London conference. KEHLMANN, ROBERT MADDY, DOROTHY L.
"Glasmalerei in den USA" "Glass Enamels"
1159. Kunst und Kirche, no. 3, 1985, pp. 189-192, ill. Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 2, Summer 1986, pp.
HOFFMANN, UTE 118-122, ill.
"Playing with Space and Light" 1175. Enameling past and present, and techniques.
Schott Information (English ed.), no. 2,1985, pp. "Journeys"
20-23, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 74-75, ill. 1190.
Renato Santarossa sculptures. MADRANGES, MlCHELand LIBERAL,
1176. MARIE-FRANCE PAPOT
1160. "Toward a Stained Glass Aesthetic" "Expositions: 'Les Vitraux de Venini'"
HONOLULU, HAWAII. DAVIES PACI­ New Work, no. 25/26, Winter/Spring 1986, pp. La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, no. 24,
FIC CENTER 10-13+, ill. Sept./Oct. 1985, p. 42.
Glass Art Hawaii '82 "The appropriateness of a work of art in architecture 1985 Paris show of Venini glass screens and pa­
Honolulu: Stained Glass Association of Hawaii, depends upon an artist's sensitivity to a particular nels.
1982,18 pp., ill. environment."
1191.
1161. 1177. MADRID. SALADE EXPOSICIONES
Glass Art Hawaii 1983: SGAH 5th Annual Juried KIESLICH, THOMAS "BARQUILLO," CASA DE MADRID
Exhibit "Kreationen in Glas und Farbe" Fdez. Castrillo: Libertades [Madrid^ Casa de
Honolulu: Stained Glass Association of Hawaii, Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 7, July 1986, p. 32, ill. Madrid, 1985, 26 pp.], ill.
1983,1 folded leaf, ill. Panels by young artists in Nordrhein-Westfalen Panels by Jose Fernandez Castrillo.
competition: Monika Helpenstein, Christoph Dasburg.
1162. 1192.
Glass Art Hawaii 1984 1178. MAESTRE, JOAQUIN
Honolulu: Stained Glass Association of Hawaii, LAMARRE, LESLIE "The Billiards Player Who Became a Glass Artist"
1984, 8 pp., ill. "Patrick J. Curran: Breaking into the World of Glass" Industrial Diamond Review, v. 43, no. 4,1983, pp.
Hampshire Life (Northampton, Mass.), April 25, 186-187, ill.
1163. 1986, pp. 6-7+, ill. Alfonso Marquez, Barcelona glass engraver.
HOOVER, RICHARD L. Architectural glass.
"Architectural Fused Glass" 1193.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 2, Summer 1986, pp. 1179. MANDELBAUM, ELLEN
112-115, ill. LANTZ, KRISTY D. "Conferences: Glass in the Environment, Directions
Work of Barney Zeitz. "Dennis Sirrine:Designing the Glass and the House" in Crafts, Architecture and Design"
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, pp. New Work, no. 27, Autumn 1986, p. 27+.
1164. 18-19, ill. London, April 1986.
"Math Models... A Nobel Laureate's Hobby" Arizona commission.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 2, Summer 1986, pp. 1194.
100-101 +, ill. 1180. MARBURG. ALTE UNIVERSITAT
Herbert Hauptman creates mathematical models LEWIS, ALBERT MARBURG
out of antique glass. "The Best Stained Glass 1986: The Envelope Jochem Poensgen: Glasfenster und Betonglas-
Please..." wande
1165. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986, Marburg: Institut fur Kirchenbau und kirchliche
"A One Client Studio" pp. 14-18, ill. Kunst der Gegenwart an der Philipps-Universitat
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, pp. 18-20, ill. Marburg, 1969, 21 pp., ill.
Kansas City firm makes domes and windows for 1181.
restaurant chain. LINKER, KATE 1195.
"Reviews, New York. Modern Objects: ANew Dawn" MARCUS, ADRIANNE
1166. Artforum, v. 25, no. 2, Oct. 1986, p. 132, ill. A Clear Dance
"Sparkling Windows from Lubbock" Larry Bell. San Francisco, Cal.: the author [article written for a
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, pp. 198-199, San Francisco newspaper], 1985,16 typescript pp.
ill. Berg Studios. 1182. California glassmakers Kurt and Marsha Runstat-
LONDON. CHURCH OF ST. LAW­ ter, Arthur Stern, Jed and ChristineWallach, Nourot
1167. RENCE JEWRY-NEXT-GUILDHALL, Studio, Randy Strong.
HOUSE-COMBS, KAREN LONDON
"Glass Art People: Judy Lipps" Festival of Engraved Glass 1986 at the Church of 1196.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, pp. St. Lawrence Jewry-next-Guildhall, London MASSY, ELAINE
46-47, ill. London:The Guild of Glass Engravers, 1986,22 pp.,ill. "Gilles Rousvoal, peintre verrier"
La Revue de la ceramique et du Verre, no. 30,
1168. 1183. Sept./Oct. 1986, pp. 36-37, ill.
HOVEY, LYN C. LOPES CARDOZO, LIDA
"Lyn Hovey Studio: Reflections and Opinions from a Glass & Engraver, with Emphasis on Lettering 1197.
New Age Studio" Cambridge, England: the author, 1983,32 pp., ill. MATHEWS, SUE
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 4, Winter 1985-1986, pp. "Art/Craft U. K.: Glass in the Environment"
337-346, ill. 1184. Craft Arts, no. 7, Oct./Dec. 1986, pp. 84-85, ill.
LOVELL, ERIC Work from some of the various exhibitions held
1169. "Impasioned by Stained Glass: Emil Sopcak" during the London conference.
HYAMS, HARRIET Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986,
"The Chairman's Office" pp. 40-41, ill. 1198.
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 4, Winter 1985-1986, pp. Lotus lampshades. MATTHEWS, JIM
316-317, ill. "Anniversary Window by Michael Kennedy"
Author's work. 1185. The Score (Spectrum Glass Co.), June 15,1986,
LUDWIG SCHAFFRATH: OASEN IN p. 1, ill.
1170. GLAS & S 7"E//\/(Edited by Philipp Boonen)
J . M . D O M I N G U E Z . V I D R I O - A R QU I - Aachen: Einhard-Verlag, 1986, 48 pp., ill. 1199.
TECTURA/GLASS -ARCHITECTURE "Fusing with Spectrum"
Onteniente, Spain: Graficas Bormac, S. L., [n. d.], 1186. The Score (Spectrum Glass Co.), June 15,1986,
folder, 4 leaves. Decorative architectural panels by LUEBTOW, JOHN p. [9], ill.
Jose Manuel Dommguez Garcia. "In Search of... a Commission -the Process" Ray Ahlgren work, "Toledo Optics" series.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 18-19, ill.
1171. 1200.
JENSEN, JUDY BALLY 1187. MAYER, GABRIEL
"Reverse Painting:The Process" LUNDAHL, GUNILLA "Glasernes Kunstzelt"
Glass Studio, no. 46,1986, p. 11. "Klart slut" Glasforum, v. 36, no. 4,1986, pp. 19-24, ill.
Form, v. 82, no. 1 (639), 1986, pp. 37-40, ill. Stained glass tent by Bettina Otto at the Diplomatic
1172. English summary. Club, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
JODIDIO, PHILIP Student show includes etched glass disc/neon light
"La Maison symbolique" sculpture by Lena Nilsson. 1201.
Connaissance desArts, no. 412, June 1986, p. 78, ill. MCDONELL, JAMES
London house in Postmodern style includes engra­ 1188. Stained Glass Craft Made Simple. Step-by-Step
ved glass "moon" decoration. MAASTRICHT. BONNEFANTEN- Instrructions Using the Modern Copper-Foil Method
MUSEUM New York: Dover Publicationes, 1985,31 pp., ill.
nfo. De illustere wand; Deel 1: Ramen, kartons, ontwer-
JOSSY, PATand WATTERS, PATRICIA pen en modellen 1870-1985; Deel 2: Nieuwe ont- 1202.
"Dan Schwoerer... Setting Bullseye Glass Com­ werpen [2 vols] MCFADDEN, DAVID REVERE
pany Back on Target" Maastricht: the museum, 1985, v. 1:95 pp., v. 2:27 "Light, Glass, and Architecture"
Art Glass Business, v. 2, no. 2, May 1986, p. 1 +, ill. pp., ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 7-10.
1203. 1219. 1235.
MCPHERSON, IRENE W. OELLERS, ADAM C. PRIORI, GIANCARLO
"Eye-Catching Signs" "Zeichnungen von Ludwig Schaffrath" "A Roma: L'architetto deN'impero"
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 4, Feb. 1986, Das Munster, no. 2,1986, [9] pp., ill. Casa Vogue, no. 172, March 1986, pp. 166-168, ill.
pp. 20-21, ill. Drawings by Schaffrath. Cupola of iridescent glass in new cultural center.
Steve Resnick.
1220. 1236.
1204. OSTLER, TIMOTHY PRYTHERCH, DAVID
MELOTTE, RALLS "Public and Private" "The Future of Glass Engraving"
"Elevated Spirits" Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, p. 15, ill. The Glass Engraver, no. 42, Winter 1985/1986,
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, Potential for crafts involvement in architecture. pp. 14-16, ill.
pp. 14-16, ill.
Hanging sculpture for Illinois government building. I££ I. 1237.
PALMER, SHIRLEY QUAGLIATA, NARCISSUS
1205. "The Madingley Forum" "Dynamics of Commissioned Work: 'I Love Doing
MOLLICA, PETER The Glass Engraver, no. 42, Winter 1985/1986, Commissions! I Hate Doing Commissions!"'
"Review: Art/Culture/Future, American Craft '86" pp. 29-34, ill. Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 20-21, ill.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall1986, pp. 201-206+, ill. Interview with David Peace about his engraving
June Conference held at Oakland, Cal., museum. techniques and a recent commission. 1238.
RAPP, URBAN
1206. 1222. "Glasmalerei -Erlebnisse und Uberlegungen"
MOORE, SUSAN PEACE, DAVID and OLIVER, STEFAN Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 166-169, ill.
"Painting in Light: Chagall's Windows atTudeley, Kent" "Pricing Engraving and Customer Relations"
Country Life, v. 179, no. 4620, March 6,1986, The Glass Engraver, no. 43, Spring 1986,pp. 30-33. 1239.
pp. 590-591, ill. RATHBONE, ANNABEL
1223. "Om Getting Started"
1207. PERROT, FRANQOISE The Glass Engraver, no. 43, Spring 1986,
MORIN, THOMAS, II "Das junge europaische Glasfenster" pp. 12-15+ , ill.
Art Glass Images, with an Introduction on Enlarging, Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 183-188, ill. Author's diamond-point work.
Reshaping, andSimplifying Designs by TrudyThomas Piper, Reyntiens, Clarke, Angus, Manessier, and
San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1985, 76 pp., ill. others. 1240.
REBER, ALOIS
1208. 1224. "Mitarbeiterportrat. Veredelung unserer Artikel
Art Glass Images II PHILLIPS, CHERRY durch Kunstvolle Handarbeit"
San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1986, 96 pp., ill. "Light Fantastics" Nachtmann Glashuttenpost, no. 8, April 1986,
Pattern book. Craft Arts, no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1985, pp. 40-45, ill. pp. 6-7, ill.
Author's panels of stained, fused, slumped, sand­ Oskar Schopf, engraver at Reidlhutte.
1209. blasted, and etched glass.
MORRISS, SHIRLEY 1241.
"Reviews: 'GlassVisions,' MacdonaldGallery, Toronto" 1225. REYKJAVIK, ICELAND. LISTASAFN
New Work, no. 25/26, Winter/spring 1986, pp. 47-48. PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS ISLANDS/THE NATIONAL GALLERY
July 1985 show by Canadian Artists in Stained Glass "Designing Stained Glass Windows" OF ICELAND
organization. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1985, Lifsblom og Steingervingar. Listasafn Islands 100
pp. 20-23, ill. ara [Reyljavik: the gallery, 1984,35J pp., ill.
1210. Stained glass by Icelandic artist Leifur Breidfjord.
MYERS, MARY 1226.
"Architectural Glass Art: Commissioned Designers' PHILLIPS, PATRICIA C. 1242.
Unique Market" "Vietnam Veterans Memorial" REYNTIENS, PATRICK
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 6, April 1986, pp. 6-9, ill. Artforum, v. 24, no. 4, Dec. 1985, pp. 90-91, ill. "A Complete Statement"
New York memorial of granite and glass. Crafts, no. 79, March/april 1986, p. 13.
1211. Humanizing influence of stained glass on modern
"Custom Designing for Churches and Cathedrals" 1227. architecture.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, PlZZOL, SANTE
pp. 40-41, ill. "I vetri colorati e piombati" 1243.
Maureen McGuire. Abitare, no. 234, May 1985, pp. 14-15, ill. REYNTIENS, PATRICK; HISCOTT,
English summary. AMBER; HUGHES, RICHARD; and
1212. CRAVEN, HELEN
NEW YORK, NEW YORK. AFRICAN- 1228. "Exhibitions"
AMERICAN INSTITUTE PLOWMAN, ALLAN Crafts, no. 81, July/Aug. 1986, pp. 52-55, ill.
Treasures of a Popular Art: Paintings on Glass from "Conference: 'Glass in the Environment'" Reviews of 12 exhibits connected with London
Senegal Glass Age, v. 29, no. 6, June 1986, p. 63+, ill. "Glass in the Environment" conference.
New York: the institute, 1986, folder of 20 plates. Report on London conference and questions
Mostly dating from 1940s-1970s. raised by it. 1244.
RICHARDSON, SARAH
1213. 1229. "Glass in the Environment"
NICOLA, KARL GUNTER POENSGEN,JOCHEM British Artists inGlass Newsletter,Summer 1986,p. 39.
"Open Space: Glasbilder von Jochem Poensgen" "Glaserne Decken/Skylights: Feste des Lichts" Summary of April conference in London.
Neues Glas, no. 1, Jan./March 1986, pp. 18-19, ill. Neues Glas, no. 4,1986, pp. 248-257, ill.
1245.
1214. 1230. "Stained Glass, a Personal Statement"
NORLAND, JIM "Die Zukunft der Glasmalereie" British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter 1985/
"Glass Art in Schools" Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, p. 196. 1986, pp. 28-29, ill.
Glass Art Magazine, three-part series: v. 1, no. 9, The future of glass painting.
July 1986-v. 1, no. 11, Sept. 1986. 1246.
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RINALDI, PAOLO
POENSGEN, JOCHEM and WOLFF, "Tutti Frutti at Santa Monica, California"
1215.
ANN Casa Vogue,no. 176, July/Aug. 1986, pp. 84-89, ill.
"AThree-Year Commission"
"Glass in the Environment. Drei Tage - drei Welten/ Glass walls, glass furniture, and wall lamps made
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986,
Three Days - Three Worlds" of car windows.
pp. 36-39, ill.
California church windows by Lev Hartley. Neues Glas, no. 3, July/Sept. 1986, pp. 210-214, ill. 1247.
Comments on the London conference. ROLFE, LYLE R.
1216. "The Crystal Cave"
NORRIE, JANE 1232. China, Glass & Tableware, v. 104, no. 1, Jan. 1986,
"Ronald Penned, Betty Pennell" PORCELLI, JOSEPH pp. 10-15, ill. Josef Puehringer, Chicago glass
Arts Review, v. 38, no. 22, Nov. 7,1986, p. 602. "Lamp Facts" engraver.
Review of glass engraver's work at Coleridge, Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 42-43.
London. Leaded glass lamps: history, craft art, marketing. 1248.
ROMONT, SWITZERLAND. MUSEE
1217. 1233. DU VITRAIL ROMONT
NUGENT, JEANNE "Textured Glass" Coghuf (Text by Pierre Fasel)
"Reviews: Judith Schaechter" Professional StainedGlass, v.6, no. 2, March 1986, Romont: the museum, 1983, [16] pp., ill. In French.
New Art Examiner, v. 14, no. 4, Dec. 1986, pp. 24-33, ill. Includes German article „Coghufs Weg" by Robert
pp. 47-48. Analysis of glass from four American companies. Th. Stoll.
Philadelphia exhibit.
1234. 1249.
1218. PRICE, GEOFFREY H. Emil Reich. Memento pour un verrier(Tex\ by Pierre
ODDY, REVEL "From East to East" Fasel)
"Exhibitions: New Work by Alison Kinnaird" Schott Information (English ed.), no. 3,1983, Romont: the museum, 1983,8 pp.,ill. InFrench and
Craftwork, no. 14, Winter 1986, pp. 27-28, ill. pp. 7-9, ill. German.
Engraved pieces. Goddard & Gibbs work for the Middle East. Artist's work, 1960s-1981.
1250. 1265. 1281.
RUSS, JOELand LYNN, LOU SlBBETT, ED, JR. STRIFFLER, HELMUTHAND
Contemporary Stained Glass: A Portfolio of Cana­ Easy-to-Make Stained Glass Mirror Frames. 16 OTHERS
dian Work Designs with Full-Size Templates "Glasfenster und Raum: UmfrageunterArchitekten"
Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1985, New York: Dover Publications, 1985, 32 pp., ill. Kunst und Kirche,no. 3,1985, p. 182.
192 pp., ill.
1266. 1282.
1251. Ready-to-Use Dollhouse Stained Glass Windows STUTTGART. GALERIE VALENTIEN
RUTH, DAVID for Hand Coloring Heidi Foerster: Hinterglasbilder, Dezember 1982
"Roger Darricarrere 1912-1983" New York: Dover Publications, 1979, 32 pp., ill. Stuttgart: the gallery, [1982,19] pp., ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 22-23, ill.
1267. 1283
1252. SlLVERTHORNE, JEANNE STUUTTGARTER GLAS. ARBEITEN
RUTHER, ROSELINE "Jackie Winsor" DES LEHRSTUHLS FUR GLASGESTAL-
'"Vitrail comparaison' fait bouger de couleurs I'E- Artforum, v. 24, no. 9, May 1986, p. 132, ill. TUNGAN DER STAATLICHEN AKADE-
space S.E.M.A. dans le Hall de la Salle Pleyel" Review of exhibit of artist's mirrored cubes. MIE DER BILDENDEN KLJNSTE STUTT­
Revue des Industries d'art Offrir, no. 213, April GART (Text by Peter Schmitt)
1985, pp. 69-71, ill. 1268. Stuttgart: [Staatlichen Akademie der Bildenden
Exhibition: Eric Bonte, Bruno de Pirey, Udo Zem- SINOPOLI, NICOLA Kunste], 1982, [64] pp., ill.
bock, Claire de Rougemont. "I materiali dell'architettura: Vetro/glass" Work of 14 artists (Stockhausen, Frey, Hewel, and
Domus, no. 665, Oct. 1985, pp. 26-30, ill. others), professors at the academy.
1253. Includes LucianoVistosi's model for the Accademia
SAN CASCIANI, PAUL bridge, Venice. 1284.
The Technique of Decorative Stained Glass SUVA, VLADIMIR
London: B.T. Batsford Ltd., 1985,120 pp., ill. 1269. "An Artist With a Poetic Outlook on Life"
Techniques and suggested projects. SMITH, COLLEEN For You from Czechoslovakia, no. 3,1986, pp.
"Glass Art Is Tradition for the Olszewskis" 14-17, ill.
1254. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, pp. Windows in a Prague cathedral by Karel Svolinsky.
SARAN, STAN 36-37, ill.
"Attractive, Professional-Looking Portfolios Wow Texas firm. 1285.
Interior Designers" TARALON,JEAN
The Crafts Report, v. 12, no. 126, July/aug. 1986, 1270. "Les Arts du feu: Le Vitrail"
p. 5, ill. "Glass Art People: Dixie Schlichting" Metiers dArt, no. 32, Oct. 1986, pp. 43-46, ill.
Promoting stained and etched glass to the trade. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986, pp.
40-42, ill. 1286.
1255. TARSHIS, JEROME
SAVE, C O L E T T E a n d ZORITCHAK, I £.1 I. "A Painter's World Brought to Glass"
CATHERINE and YAN SMYTHE, FARLEY American Craft, v. 46, no. 2, April/May 1986, pp.
"Impossible idylle" "Quality Is the Key for Texas Custom Beveler" 34-40, ill.
LAtelier des Metiers d'Art, no. 108, May 1986, Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 5, June 1986, Narcissus Quagliata.
pp. 20-21, ill. pp. 6-9, ill.
Impressions of glass/architecture conference in 1287.
London. 1272. THERIOT, RENITA
SNELL, MARIE "The Finer Things in Life"
1256. "SGAA Associates' Exhibitions at Chartres, Toronto, The Best of Lafayette, Sept. 1986, pp. 32-33, ill.
SCHMIDT, DORIS and St. Louis Display Talent and Diversity" Temick Glass Studio, Lafayette, La.
Glasmalereien von Carl Crodel in der Frankfurter Stained Glass,v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, pp. 186-191, ill.
Katharinenkirche 1288.
Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Waldemar Kramer, 1956, 1273. THOMAS, JACK a n d TRUDY
31 pp., ill. SOWERS, ROBERT Art Glass Boxes: A How-to & Reference Manual
"Uber die Malerei mit Licht" San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1986,103 pp.,
1257. Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, pp. 154-157, ill. ill.
SCHMIDT, JACK A.
"Jack A. Schmidt" 1274. 1289.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 87-88, ill. STACKHOUSE, ROSEMARY THOMAS, TRUDY
"Wisteria Studio" Decorative Soldering for Stained Glass, Jewelry,
1258. Creative Crafters Journal, no. 5, Spring 1986, pp. and Other Crafts
SCHREITER, JOHANNES 31-33, ill. San Jose, Cal.: Aurora Publications, 1985,
"Fernglaserzum Wiederentdecken unserer Innen- Author's work. 58 pp., ill.
welt"
Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, 1275. 1290.
p. 152-153, ill. STANTON, TOM TORREGROSSA, BERNICE COLLINS
Stained Glass Design by Tom Stanton "Judy Bally Jensen"
1259. Los Gatos, Cal.: Stanton Cooley Publishing co., Glass Studio, no. 46,1986, pp. 4-5+, ill.
SCHULZE, DONNA 1984,115 pp., ill.
Stained Glass Treasures Pattern book. 1291.
San Antonio, Tex.: Papillon Publications, 1985, 48 TOULOUSE. REFECTOIRE DES
pp., ill. l£IO. JACOBINS
Pattern book. STARR, PENELOPE C. Henri Guerin: 30 ans d'atelier vitraux, tapisseries,
"Decorative Glass Market Flourishes with a New dessins
1260. Multitude of Styles" Toulouse: [Musee des Augustins], 1986, 45 pp., ill.
SCHULZE, DoNNAand COOPER, Glass Digest, v. 65, no. 7, July 15,1986,pp. 60-62+ , ill.
SUZANNE 1292.
Glass P'zazz 1277. TOWSE, JOHN a n d WATTS, DAVID
San Antonio, Tex.: Papillon Publications, 1986, 47 "On Decorative Glass" "Exhibition of Engraved Glass- The Guild of Glass
pp., ill. Glass Digest, continuing series: v. 65, no. 1, Jan. Engravers - October 1986"
Pattern book. 1986-v. 65, no. 13, Dec. 1986. Glass Circle News, no. 36, Dec. 1986, p. 5.
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1261. 1278.
1293.
Lights Fantastique STENSMAN, MAILIS VAN ASTEN, VICTORIA A.
San Antonio, Tex.: Papillon Publications, 1985,48 "Formrevy: Glas i arkitekturen"
pp., ill. "Teaching Copper Foil. Part 1"
Form, v. 82, no. 5 (643), 1986, p. 54, ill.
Pattern book. Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986, pp.
London conference. 6-8+, ill.
1262. 1279. 1294.
Window Magic STRAITON, CLARE VETH, DOLORES
San Antonio, Tex.: Papillon Publications, 1986, [46] "Double Glazing: A partnership for Architectural "Introducing... Dolores Veth"
pp., ill. Glass" Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 3, Fall 1986, p. 196, ill.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Spring 1986,
1263. pp. 7-10. 1295.
SCHWARTZ, ROBERTA Diane Radford and Lindsay Ball's architectural VIENNA. AKADEMIE DER BILDEN­
"William Scudella: Still Young After All These Years" glass studio. DEN KUNST
Creative Crafters Journal, no. 7, Fall/Winter 1986, Markus Prachensky, Retrospektive 1953-1978
pp. 13-14, ill. 1280. Vienna: the academy, Wiener Akademie-Reihe, v.
STRATHERN, OONA 3,1979,81 pp., ill.
1264. "Cool Interiors and Secluded Gardens: Art in the Includes church windows by the artist.
SHULMAN, JULIUS South of France"
"Julius Shulman" Arts Review, v. 38, no. 7, April 11,1986, pp. 196-197, ill. 1296.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 24-25, ill. Mentions Matisse chapel and Chagall museum VINCENT, JO
Photographing glass in architecture. windows in Nice. "Manufacturers and Designers Reflect on Glass"
Design, no. 448, April 1986, p. 13, ill. 1312.
Upcoming Royal College of Art conference and WILLARD, LARRY
what it will attempt to do. "Billingsgate Glass"
Yankee Magazine, v. 50, no. 7, July 1986, p. 114, ill.
1297. Stained Glass ship designs.
VOGEL, ALOIS
"Farbe und Licht: Moderne osterreichische Glas- 1313.
malerei" WILLIAMS, CAROL M.
Alte und Moderne Kunst, v. 30, no. 201/202,1985, "Glass Art People"
pp. 51-57, ill. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 6, April 1986,
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Facet slab windows by Arthur Tatkoski.
1298.
VOGELSANGER-DE ROCHE, 1314.
IRMGARD WILSON, CECIL
Marc Chagall'sWindows in the ZurichFraumunster: "Creating Dalle-de-Verre Windows"
Origins, Content and Significance Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 7, May 1986,pp. 6-8, ill.
Zurich: Orell Fussli Verlag, 1984,12 pp., ill.
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1299. WOODSTOCK. ENGLAND.
VOLP, RAINER FLETCHER'S HOUSE, OXFORD
"Die Faszination von Licht und Glas" COUNTY MUSEUM
Kunst und Kirche, no. 3,1985, p. 151. Selected Exhibition of Engraved Glass by the Guild
English summary. of Glass Engravers
London: the guild, 1985, 7 pp.
1300.
VON ROENN, KENNETH 1316.
"Art in Architecture: An Evolving Relationship" ZABEL, MURRA
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 14-15. "Lukas Dublin: Der Glaserne 'Feuervogel'"
GlaslnfoVerre, v. 3,no, no. 2,1986, p. 5, ill.
1301.
WALTERS, STEPHANIE 1317.
"Glass Art Furniture- Sheer Elegance" ZELGER, VIKTOR
Glass Art Magazine,a v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, "Eva Sperner-Zernickel: Glasbilder/Glass Panels"
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Etched and stained glass furniture by Stan Saran.
1318.
1302. ZIMMER, JENNY
WARDELL, RANDYand JUDY "Architectural Stained Glass"
Introduction to Stained Glass, a Teaching Manual Craft Australia Yearbook, 1985, pp. 70-87, ill.
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1303.
WATSON, L. S.
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1304.
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"The Return of Halley's Comet - A Portrait in Glass"
1319. "How to Weatherproof and Strengthen Leaded
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 2, March 1986,
"Alfred U. Ceramic School Earns Industry Designa­ Windows"
pp. 17-23, ill.
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20-foot work pf four panels by Lawrence Korgan
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1320. 1330.
1305. "Beim Glasmaler" "Hungarian Glass Industry Review"
WEIS, HELENE Glas + Rahmen, v. 37, no. 21, Nov. 1, 1986, insert Glass International, Sept. 1986, pp. 11-29, ill.
"The Role of the Library in a Stained Glass Studio" pp. 37-38, ill. Tableware, flat glass, and technical glassware.
Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, pp. 66-67.
1321. 1331.
1306. "Bevel Basics: Reworking Stock Bevels and Bor­ "The Many Faces of Corning Glass Works"
WEISS, DICK ders/Corners" Glass International, (U.K.), Dec. 1985, pp. 55-56+,
"Dick Weiss" Glass Patterns Quarterly, v. 2, no. 2, Summer 1986, ill.
Glass Art Society Journal 1986, pp. 89-90, ill. pp. 24-27, ill.
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1322. "New Decorating Styles Enrich Glass/Ceramics"
1307. "Bevel Sources" Glass Industry,v. 67, no. 9, Aug. 1986, pp. 14-16, ill.
WHITE, PATRICK J. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 5, June 1986, Industrial techniques: frosting, screen printing,
"White Stained Glass Studios" pp. 18-23, ill. sand carving, etc.
Stained Glass, v. 80, no. 4, Winter 1985-1986, pp.
358-361, ill. 1323. 1333.
"The Business of Repairing and Restoring Stained "Der richtige Umgang mit dem Lotkolben"
1308. Glass" Glaswelt, v. 38, no. 11, Nov. 1985, p. 890, ill.
WIGGINTON, MICHAEL Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, pp. Using soldering iron in leaded stained glass work.
"The New Technology" 26-27, ill.
1334.
Crafts, no. 79, March/April 1986, pp. 20-25, ill. "Safe Sandblasting and Etching"
1324.
Pierre Chareau house of 1928 as an example of Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986,
"Company Histories and Products"
need for greater involvement of craftspeople in pp. 38-39.
Professional StainedGlass, v. 6, no. 6, July 1986, p.
industrial mass production.
50 + .
Stained glass supply companies and equipment 1335.
1309. manufacturers. "Scottish Domestic Glassware Scene: Caithness
WIGGINTON, MICHAEL a n d others Glass, Edinburgh Crystal, Perthshire Paper­
"Glass in the Environment" 1325. weights, Selkirk Glass, Stuart Strathearn, Lindean
Glass Age, v. 29, no. 3, March 1986, pp. 17-40, ill. "The Cutting Edge" Mill Glass"
Preview of London conference and features on Glass Studio, v. 46, Dec. 1985, p. 12. Glass (Monthly Journal of the European Glass
British float glass, rolled pattern glass, installation Letters, technical advice. Industry), v. 63, No. 7, July 1986, pp. 235-245, ill.
of stained glass, etc.
1326. 1336.
1310. "Fusing in Harmony" "Sculpting with Fused Glass"
WILDE, DAVID Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 11, Sept. 1986, p. 22. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 12, Oct. 1986, pp.
"Some Tips on Photographing Stained Glass" Compatibility testing. 30-31, ill.
Artists in Stained Glass Bulletin (Toronto), July 1327. 1337.
1986, pp. 5-6. "Fusing: Shopping for Kilns" "Swedish Crystal - The Robot Touch"
Glass art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, p. 30. Glass International, Sept. 1986, p. 67, ill.
1311.
"Terry Smith-Lamothe Winner of Grand Pre 1328. 1338.
Competition" "Glossar. Technischer Begriffe/Technical Terms" "Tools of the Trade - Then and Now"
Artists in Stained Glass Bulletin (Toronto), Neues Glas, continuing series: no. 1, Jan./March Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 12, Oct. 1986,
March 1986, pp. 1-2, ill. 1986 - no. 4, Oct./Dec. 1986. pp. 14-15, ill.
1339. 1355. 1370.
"II vetro retinato" FERGUSON,CARY LEBLANC, RAYMOND; SMITH, KENT
Abitare, no. 234, May 1985, p. 23, ill. English "Cutting Crystal" H.; and SARTI, ARTHUR
summary. Wired glass. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 3, Jan. 1986, Gold-Leaf Techniques
pp. 18-20, ill. Cincinnati, O.: ST Publications, third edition, 1986,
1340. Author's work. 165 pp., ill.
ALDRIDGE, RAY Glass gilding, pp. 5-48.
"Moving Panels Painlessly" 1356.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 20-23, ill. FRENCH, JENNIE 1371.
"Studio Practices" LEEMAN.ADELBERTERSKINE
1341. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986, "Painting Stained Glass to Create Three-Dimensio-
ANDERSON, HARRIETTE p. 92. nal Figures"
'The Benefits of Fusing Enamels on Glass" Safety factors in the stained glass studio. Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986,pp.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 7, May 1986, pp. 14-17, ill. 46-47, ill.
1357.
1342. FROST, JIM 1372.
ANDRES, PETER V. "Latest Glass blowing Technology and Practices LEWIS, ALBERT
Glass in a Slump Discussed in Nurenberg" "Grinders & Bevelers"
Thesis (M.A.): Rochester Institute of Technology, Glass (U.K.), v. 63, no. 11, Nov. 1986, p. 416. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 1, Feb. 1986,
1984, 29 photocopied pp., ill. pp. 9-12+, ill.
Author discusses processes and aesthetic implica­ 1358.
tions in his fused work. FUSING WITH SPECTRUM GLASS 1373.
(comp. by Ray Ahlgren) LUNDSTROM,BOYCE
1343. Woodinville, Wash.: Spectrum Glass Company, "Fuse Your Way to Increased Sales"
ATKINS, ANSELM 1986, [7] pp., ill. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1,no. 5,March 1986, pp. 6-8,
"Clean Cementing" Kiln needs, firing cycles, testing, etc.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 8, Oct. 1986,
pp. 32-34, ill. 1359. 1374.
Cementing lead in stained glass work. GONZENBACH, LOUIS "Making Fiber Molds"
'Teaching Lampmaking" Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 4, Feb. 1986, pp.
1344. Professional Stained Glass, Part 1: v. 6, no. 8, Oct. 30-33, ill.
BLAUROCK-BUSCH, E. 1986, pp. 20-24, ill.
"Preventing and Reducing Heavy Metal Exposure" Part 2: v. 6, no. 9, Nov. 1986, pp. 11-15+, ill. 1375.
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 32-34. Part 3: v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986, p. 11+, ill. MADDY, DOROTHY L.
Using and teaching about lamp molds, 11-part "Using Silver Stain Creates a Golden Glow"
1345. series. Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, pp.
BRADFORD, KATHY 12-13 + , ill.
"Techniques: Deep Carving" 1360.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 3, April 1986, HARPHAM, DAVID and SEAL, MARTIN 1376.
pp. 10-11+, ill. Wood Fire Furnace, Fifth Term Glass Project, North MCCANN, MICHAEL
Staffordshire Polytechnic, England Health Hazards Manual for Artists New York: Nick
1346. Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire: the authors, Lyons Books, 1985,100 pp., ill.
BROWN, C. M. 1984-1985, 5, 7 typescript pp. "Stained Glass and Glassblowing," pp. 51-53.
"Restoration & Repair: After the Fire" Two Scripts documenting results of trying to melt
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 1, Feb. 1986, two kilos of glass in a wood fire furnace. 1377.
pp. 29-30, ill. MELBY, RICK
Reassembling and renovating 25 windows of a 1361. "'Retro' Night Light"
Detroit church. HAWK, WAYNE Professional StainedGlass, v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986,
"Glass Cutting: Breaking Out Glass" pp. 8-9, ill.
1347. Glass Magazine, v. 36, no. 7, July 1986, p. 12+, ill. Stained glass project.
"The Techniques of Glass Slumping"
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 4, May 1986, 1362. 1378.
pp. 20-23, ill. HERBERT, STAN MILLARD, DICK
"Diamond ToolTechnology for Glass Laminates" "Basic Puttying"
1348. Glass Age, v. 29, no. 7, July 1986, pp. 54-56, ill. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 9, Nov. 1986,
CENTRE EXPERIMENTAL, SPEC­ pp. 34-37, ill.
TACLE-ART-SCIENCE 1363.
La Lumiere dans tous ses etats [s.I. Paris?]: Edition HINES, DAVID 1379.
du Centre Experimental, Spectacle-Art-Science, "The Attraction of Refraction" "Reinforcing Methods"
1984,160 pp., ill. Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 5, June 1986, Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 4, May 1986,
Touring exhibition (mirages and illusions, optics, pp. 10-11, ill. pp. 27-28+, ill.
lasers, holography, etc.) organized by La Compag- Beveled glass.
nie Claude Malric. 1380.
1364. PALMER, SHIRLEY
1349. HINGER, MICHELE "Polishing for Drill Engravers"
CLEQQ, TESSA, ed. "Safety Savvy: Minimizing the Risks" The Glass Engraver, no. 44, Summer 1986, pp.
"Toolbag" Glass Art Magazine, v. 2, no. 1, Nov./Dec. 1986, pp. 21-25.
British Artists in Glass Newsletter, Winter Issue 24-25 +.
1985-1986, p. 9. Spring Issue 1986, pp. 13-15. 1381.
Information exchange. 1365. PATTEN, JERRY a n d JAN
HOHENSHELT, JOHN R. "Glass Fusing Beautifully Simple"
1350. "The Three Stages of Learning in Glass Fusing" Glass Patterns Quarterly, v. 2, no. 3, Fall 1986, p.
COOMBER, ROY Glass Patterns Quarterly, v. 2, no. 1, Spring 1986, 13 +, ill.
"Painting on Glass" p. 18.
Glass Art Magazine, three-part series: v. 1, no. 9, 1382.
July 1986-v. 1, no. 11, Sept. 1986. 1366. PLATT, KARL
HOOVER, RICHARD L. "Coloring Glass"
1351. "Selecting a Sealant" Glass Art magazine, v. 1, no. 3, Jan. 1986, pp.
DI GENNARO, LOU Stained Glass, v. 81, no. 1, Spring 1986, pp. 60-64, 36-37, ill.
"Protective Glazing Now Could Save Time and
Trouble Later" 1383.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 6, April 1986, p. 24+, ill. "Kilns: Safe Use and Maintenance"
1367.
1352.
JODIDIO, PHILIP Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986, pp.
"Architecture: Art, espace, public" 20-21+, ill.
DOBBINS, NORMAN Connaissance desArts, no 415, Sept. 1986, pp.
"How to Etch Glass"
Glass Patterns Quarterly, three-Part series: v. 2, no. 98-109, ill. 1384.
1, Spring 1986-v. 2, no. 3, Fall 1986. Javits Center, New York. "Making and Using Kiln Wash. Metal Molds"
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 8, June 1986, pp.
1353. 1368. 24-26, ill.
EBERT, JOSEF JOSSY, PAT
"Das Atzbad erfordert Vorsicht, Kenntnis und "Reproductive Hazards in the Arts and Crafts" 1385.
Erfahrung" Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 26-28 + . PORCELLI, JOSEPH
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 7, July 1986, pp. 20-21, ill. "Studio Survey: Handrolled Glass, Part 1. Mottled
Acid etching on glass. 1369. Glass"
KENNEDY, CAROL Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 1, Feb. 1986,
1354. "Pilkington Glass: Floating to the Top" pp. 20-21+, ill.
"Das Saurebad lost Bestandteile aus dem Glas The Illustrated London News,v. 274, no. 7054, May Part 2: "Textured Glass," v. 6, no. 2, March 1986,
heraus" 1986, pp. 76-79, ill. pp. 24-26 + , ill.
Glaswelt, v. 39, no. 8, Aug. 1986, pp. 44-45, ill. New Busunesses developing out of Pilkington's Part 3: "Specialty Glass," v. 6, no. 6, July 1986,
Part 2 on using acids. float glass technology. pp. 7-10+, ill.
1386. FILMS AND VIDEOTAPES/FILME UND VIDEOKASSETTEN
PORCELLI, JOSEPH and FRENCH,
JENNIE
'The Clinic" By Their Own Hands [Patrick Curran] Lalique, an Endearing Legacy
Professional Stained Glass, continuing series: v. 6, 29 min., sound, color. Produced for Jacques Jugeat, Inc. by A.V. I. Visual
no. 1, Feb. 1986-v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986. Answers Productions, Ltd., 1985
to questions. Community Camera.Alex Brand: New Directions in 13 min., sound, color.
Art Glass
1387. Corning Community College, 1986 Neon, an Electric Memoir
REYNOLDS, GIL 30 min., sound, color. Rudy Buttignol, 1984
"Kiln Firing Procedures" 26 min., sound, color
Glass Studio, no. 46, Dec. 1985, pp. 14-18, ill. Community Camera. Susanne Frantz: Contempo­ The history of neon - its developments in art,
iOOO rary Glass at the Museum architecture, and commerce - is traced.
Corning Community College, 1985
SLOAN, JULIE L. 30 min., sound, color Prukledy a Orazy (Views and Reflections)
"Books Every Stained Glass Conservator Should Susanne Frantz, associate curator of 20th-century Famu, 1982
Know" glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, describes 24 min., sound, color.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 10, Dec. 1986, the collection and how acquisition decisions are
pp. 28-30. made. Reflections of a Stained Glass Artist: Stanley
Worden and the Keck Studio of Syracuse
1389. Dialog Idea, Inc., 1983
"Owner's Manual of Stained Glass Conservation" Famu, 1981 or 1984 30 min., sound, color.
Professional Stained Glass, v. 6, no. 7, Sept. 1986, 20 min., sound, color.
pp. 22-25. A craftsman and Rene Roubicek discuss working Rich Peace: The Stuttgart Stained Glass Windows
Steps in approaching care and repair of historic with glass. Vincent Dowall, BBC Wales, 1985
stained glass. 46 min., sound, color
Elly: Being a Female Figure [Elly Sherman] Hans Gottfried von Stockhausen.
1390. Hiroko Yamazaki, 1984
TAYLOR, TED 15 min., sound, color. Sculpteur Sonore Baschet
"Solving Glass Batching Problems via Arcina, 1986
Minicomputer" Glas im Berg; Glasplastiken, Florian Lechner 31 min., sound, color
Glass Industry, v. 67, no. 8, July 1986, p. 24+. Tema-Press, n.d. Musical instruments which use glass rods.
6 min., sound, color.
1391. A Touch of Glass
USHER, MICHAEL Glass-Kunst, Studio Glass, Benny Motzfeldt Sue Marx Films, Inc., 1986
"Sandblasting Equipment" (21st seminar, Arlington, Zenith-Film A/S Scandinavia, 1979 13 min., sound, color
Va.) 19 min., sound, color. Glass art students demonstrate various glass-
Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators, Seminar making techniques.
Proceedings 1984, Port Jefferson, N. Y.: the society, Handmade in America: Dale Chihuly, Glassmaker
[1985], pp. 85-90, ill. Produced for ABC Video Enterprises by Barbaralee
Diamonstein, 1982
1392. 25 min., sound, color.
WALLER, JULIAN A.
Safe Practices in the Arts & Crafts, A Studio Guide. International Glass Symposium, 2nd, Novy Bor,
2nd Edition 1985
New York: College Art Association of America, Kratky Film, Prague, 1986 A list of films and videotapes in The Corning
1985, 79 pp. 14 min., sound, color. Museum of Glass Library is available from the
Glassmaking, pp. 40-42; cold glass, stained glass, Sales Department.
and lampworking, pp. 43-44. JederMensch braucht etwas Wuste:Der Glasmaler
Hans Gottfried von Stockhausen Eine Liste der sich in der Bucherei des Corning
1393. Produced for Suddeutscher Rundfunk by Gisela Museum of Glass befindlichen Filme und Video-
WALTON, CURT Reich, 1985 kassetten ist in der dortigen Verkaufsabteilung
"Making Glue Chipped Glass: A How-To" 42 min., sound, color. erhaltlich.
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 10, Aug. 1986, pp.
16-17.

1394.
WASSER, BOB
"Glass Fusing Questions"
Glass Art Magazine, v. 1, no. 5, March 1986, pp.
44-45 +.

1395.
WATSON, SANDY
"Sharpening Tunsten Carbide Points"
The Glass Engraver, no. 43, Spring 1986, pp. 8-12,
ill.
For stipple engraving work.

1396.
WEINBERG, STEVEN
"Glass Casting Techniques"
Glass Art Society Journal 1985-1986, pp. 99-103, ill.

1397.
WEINER, KAY
"Classy Joints on the Seamy Sides"
Glass Patterns Quarterly, v. 2, no. 3, Fall 1986, pp.
14-15, ill.
Stained glass copper foiled seams.

1398.
WISE, KRISTINE
"Slumping"
Glass Patterns Quarterly, v. 2,no. 2, Summer 1986,
pp. 18-20, ill.
Countries Represented/Vertretene Lander

Australia/Australien The Netherlands/Niederlande


Elliott, Judi Carlgren, Anna
Langley, Warren Gherardi, Lisa
Rea, Kirstie Valkema, Durk

Austria/Osterreich New Zealand/Neuseeland


Barnstedt, Harald Walker, James

Canada/Kanada U.S.A.
Klein, Toan Armbruster, Tom
Wilde, David Aufiero, Tina
Benefield, Brian Scott
Bosse, laura
Czechoslovakia/Tschechoslowakei
Brockmann, Ruth
Forejtova, Jitka
Bucquet, George
Harcuba, Jiri
Buechner, Thomas S., Ill
Karel, Marian
Caffery, Mary Ann
Libensky, Stanislav and Jaroslava Brychtova (52)
Camner, David W.
Novak, Bretislav, Jr.
Carlson, Robert
Rybak, Jaromir
Clark, Jon F.
Zamecmkova, Dana
Clayman, Daniel
Day, Stephen Paul
England/GroBbritannien Desmett, Ron
Brisbane, Amanda diFrenzi, Fred
Hobson, Diana Edwards, Stephen Dale
Meech, Annette Farbanish, Thomas
Rainey-Cooper Partnership Feige, John
Taylor, David Gentile, Michael
Glancy, Michael M.
Finland/Finnland Grebe, Robin
Ingman, Mattias Harned, Richard
Hensel, Karl
France/Frankreich Hervey, Lee
Zoritchak, Yan Hopper, David
Zuber, Czeslaw Hyde, Elaine
Jackson, Kathy
Germany, Federal Republic of/ Jager, Eileen W.
Bundesrepublik Deutschland Jensen, Judy Bally
Drewer-Reisinger, Jurgen Johnson, Dale C.
Minten, Krista Kallenberger, Kreg
Poensgen, Jochem King-Lehman, Daniel
Lebow, Lisa
Lorenzi, Mark
Hungary/Ungarn
Mace, Flora and Joey Kirkpatrick (54)
Bohus, Zoltan
Mangan, Peter J.
Marioni, Paul
Iceland/Island
Mason, Concetta
Ruri
Meehan, Howard
Meilahn, Michael
Israel Mulcahy, Kathleen
Verberne, Daniel Myers, Joel Philip
Novotny, Lucas
Japan Obendorfer, Daniel J.
Ikemoto, Kazumi Patti, Thomas
Ito, Makoto Posner, Richard
Kurosaki,Tomohiko Ruffner, Ginny
Masuda, Hideko Schaechter, Judith
Mukaide, Keiko Scheiner, Michael
Nishimura, Yumi Schroeder-Mastandrea, Anne
Okamoto, Bun-ichi Sewell, Randy
Ono, Hidetaka Simpson, Josh
Shibuya, Ryoji Van Cline, Mary
Yoshimoto, Yumiko Walentynowicz, Janusz A.
Weber, John H.
Mexico/Mexiko White, Walter and Benjamin Moore (94)
de la Torre, Einar Zurchin, Catherine
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