The Spring 2015 issue of The Flow celebrates nature with five full-color tutorials. You’ll find information for creating 3-D encased floral beads from Corina Tettinger, a jumping hare bead from Marcy Lamberson, sea turtle perfume bottles and stoppers from mother-and-son collaborators Deb Crowley and Pat Laundrie, how to make realistic spiders from Wesley Fleming, and giving organic materials a new life using electroforming techniques from Scot Bennett. A look at new products for glass enthusiasts, tips for finding inspiration in nature when creating in glass, and news on glass industry events round out this great issue.
You’ll be amazed by the celebration of the wonder of spherical glass art in The Summer 2015 issue of The Flow, which features the creations of over 50 marble and paperweight artists. Included are tutorials for using glow powder, creating a vortex marble, and sand carving designs into frit-layered marbles plus a look at the life and work of Ro Purser, father of the American Contemporary Marble movement. Tips from Bandhu Dunham on constructing marble runs, a special tribute to renowned marble collector, Bert Cohen, and news on the latest products to make your adventures in glass easier and more enjoyable round out this fabulous issue.
The Fall 2015 issue of The Flow celebrates the fascinating world of collaborative glass art. This issue takes a look at several residency and annual event programs that encourage artists to work together to discover new techniques. A look at the principles behind fuming borosilicate glass, tips for success when photographing dichroic artwork, new products for glass enthusiasts, and four full-color tutorials round out this great issue.
The Winter 2015 issue of The Flow celebrates the imaginative, innovative work of women in glass with a gallery that showcases over 92 female flameworking artists. Tips from Deb Crowley on how to coat foil with soft glass to achieve a dichroic appearance plus five outstanding tutorials from Laurie Ament, Sabina Boehm, Rocio Bearer, Kylee Koenig, and Lori Greenberg and information on the latest products for glass enthusiasts round out this great issue.