Glass Art and Glass Artists
162 Traditional and Contemporary Designs for Stained Glass Projects
Paperback ISBN: 0486269280
Outline drawings suggest a variety of patterns for stained glass panels, including abstract, Victorian, and art nouveau designs, stylized and naturalistic plants and birds, and landscapes
390 Traditional Stained Glass Designs
Paperback ISBN: 0486289648
Finely rendered line drawings, based on photographs of authentic Victorian and Edwardian era designs, depict lovely floral and foliate motifs, a remarkable array of geometrics, transitional designs showing Art Nouveau influence, and much more — all in a wide range of sizes and shapes.
Masters of the Art
Paperback ISBN: 0295977566
Published to accompany an exhibition circulated by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service. Full-page and smaller photos represent 53 pieces created by 13 glassworking artists. After a brief overview, the text profiles each artist's career, techniques, and approaches. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The Art of Glass
Toledo Museum of Art
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 1904832237
A wealth of illustrations show major examples of the glassmaker's art from ancient times to the present held in the collection of The Toledo Museu m of Art, internationally recognized for its renowned collection of glass and glassmaking workshops.
A Chorus of Colors
Chinese Glass from Three American Collectionsroyall Tyler
Hardcover ISBN: 0295975105
This book highlights the Chinese glass collections of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Dagan, Dr. Alan E. Feen, and Walter and Phyllis Shorenstein. Together these collections provide a rare opportunity to comprehend the range and depth of Chinese work in glass. Through the 103 examples of glass work included in this book the history of Chinese glass artistry comes into focus as never before.
Beyond the Basics: Best Studio Practices - Techniques - Projects
Paperback ISBN: 1454704160
Intermediate glass artists can advance to the next level with this comprehensive warm glass go-to. It reaches beyond the basics with a range of fabulous, richly complex techniques: using molds made from plaster, rubber, resin, and clay; incorporating sandblasting, drilling, and cutting into multiple-firing projects; and adapting tools and materials from other crafts. More than half the projects don't require access to a studio or unusual equipment, and there's a section on “beyond the kiln