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Spring 2020 **Print**

Spring 2020 **Print**
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**This Print on Demand version of the magazine will be available for a limited time only while quantities last. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery of this product. 

The Flow® Spring 2020

The Flow™ 2020 Nature Gallery
The work of 29 flameworking artists is featured in The Flow™ Spring 2020 Nature Gallery. A collection of beautiful and innovative glass art is showcased that includes florals, birds, sea life and shells, home decor, and more.

Vicki Schneider
Reflecting Nature in Soft Glass
by The Flow® Staff
Photography by BJ Stack 4th and Vicki Schneider
Vicki Schneider has worn many hats, including those of English teacher, business executive, professional speaker, trainer, CEO adviser, and jazz singer. Twenty years ago, however, she discovered her happiest identity as a full-time hot glass sculptor, instructor, and proprietor of her own studio, Expressive Glass.

The Rose
Text and Demonstration by Alan “Jess” Jeskewitz
Alan “Jess” Jeskewitz celebrates his love of flowers, especially roses, in this tutorial that demonstrates the artist’s techniques for creating the individual rose petals with colored stringer. The petals are then layered to form the complete flower and clear wrapped. Gentle heating and shaping opens the flower and exposes the layers.

Twice Electroformed Enameled Components
Text and Demonstration by Terry Henry
Terry Henry, best known for her electroforming work, offers techniques for electroforming organic leaves, which are first dipped in non-water soluble lacquer and allowed to dry. After being coated with conductive paint, the leaves are then processed twice in an electroforming bath. Tips are offered for correctly setting and reading the rectifier.

Lacey St. George-Walton, aka LaceFace
Sharing Glass Wisdom at the 2019 Glass Art Society Conference
by The Flow® Staff
Photography by Alex Reyna Photography
Attendees at the 2019 Glass Art Society (GAS) Conference were treated to a chance to watch Lacey St. George-Walton, aka LaceFace, demonstrate working in boro. The artist invited questions from the audience, which gave her a chance to share her techniques, tips, and tricks for making life as a glass artist become a reality.

Brandon Simmons, Learning and Sharing
We’re All on This Journey Together
by Hethre Larivee
Photography by TLeaf Gallery, Boro_Vision, and Matthias 710_wrx
North Carolina glassblowing artist, Brandon Simmons, is known for his reticello technique created in his Blue Soldier Art Glass Studio. Brandon’s work features mind-blowingly tight and precise lines that create delicate, intricate “fish net” patterns. The artist, who has a passion for glass and business, shares the tips and lessons he has learned along the way.

The Toledo Museum of Art Guest Artist Pavilion Project
Presenting Helen Lee and Joyce J. Scott
by The Toledo Museum of Art Staff
Photo of Helen Lee by Jennifer Bastian
Photo of Joyce J. Scott Courtesy of Goya Contemporary Gallery
The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) announced Helen Lee and Joyce J. Scott as the 47th and 48th artists to participate in the Museum’s Guest Artist Pavilion Project (GAPP) program. Each artist will be encouraged to develop innovative glass art techniques, after which they will give a free lecture at TMA.

Bern Gallery
Pipe Classic XIV
by Liam Stegman
Finished Art Photos by Alex Reyna Photography @areysocal
Flameworking Photos by @hippyhumperphotography
The Pipe Classic XIV, the latest edition of the annual competition sponsored by Bern Gallery, featured ten flameworking artists competing against the clock and each other. Third Place went to Kurt B, second place was awarded to LaceFace, and Certo was named the newest Pipe Classic champion.

Parallels Between Hot Glass & Human Existence
by The Village Iterate
Pearls of wisdom are offered to help flameworkers navigate the fascinating world of glass art. Artists are encouraged to use production work to help develop technical mastery, schedule specific time each day in the studio, and maintain their personal artistic standards.

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