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When Beauty Is Suspect

The more you know about an art form, the more skeptical you tend to become of its seductive qualities.

Video: Michael Heller

We had a chance to talk with Heller Gallery's Vice President, Michael Heller, while we were at SOFA 2011 in Chicago. He's been in the craft world for a long time and has seen the studio glass movement grow and mature into the art form it is today, evidenced by breathtaking displays of glass work in Heller's booth and around the show. See what he has to say.

 

Library Donations From 2012 NICHE Awards Finalist Mira Woodworth

Glass Artist Mira Woodworth donates magazines to the library.

Video: Preston Singletary and Dante Marioni

Glass artists Preston Singletary and Dante Marioni go way back. Friends since high school, Marioni introduced Singletary to glass and they worked together during the early part of their careers. More than 30 years later, they were asked to collaborate by Blue Rain Gallery on a new body of work.

Gifts for People Who Love to Entertain

One of my favorite hostesses, a fine-art photographer, has a wildly eclectic mix of goblets, flutes, martini, and other glasses, and if you party at her house, you get to choose your glass from among an amazing array. If nothing else, you'll break the ice by talking to other guests about their choices.

Video: ACC Gold Medalist Exhibition

Watch curator Michael Monroe's video recap of our exhibition of ACC Gold Medal winners at SOFA Chicago.

Keep Your Damn Flowers

Randi Solin's robust glass pieces stand on their own.

St. Pete: Come for the Sun, Stay for the Inspiration

A beach paradise blooms into a craft destination.

Making Our Selves At Home

An exhibition takes its cues from 20th century post-feminist explorations of gender and domesticity.

See, Learn, Make

The kiln-formed gospel of Bullseye Glass.

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