In a previous post, I mentioned that American Craft was running an article that included an image of my work. The article has been put online and is available to view here.
Although I am not specifically mentioned in the article (it has to do with a more over-arching topic), there are a couple images of my work in the corresponding photo gallery of artists work related to the topic. Although it is a small part, it is still nice to be included and considered in the field.
As well, the winner of the Tom Malone Prize 2014 has been named. It was Mel Douglas for her work Camber.
I was lucky enough to be a finalist once again for this prize (for one of my Barrel Series works--seen below). I had no expectations of winning the prize since it has never been my luck. In fact, I am always genuinely surprised and happy if I am selected at all to be included or chosen as a finalist.
I have been notified that there is an image of one of my pieces in the upcoming issue of American Craft magazine. There is a link to a short video that introduces the upcoming magazine issue here.
The image they selected for inclusion is one of my Watertower Series works. It is utilized as a visual component within an article titled "The World Beyond Studio Glass" that discusses the Glass Secessionism group initiated by Tim Tate and William Warmus.
I am always excited to have my work included in American Craft and in any discussion of artwork made utilizing the medium of glass. With this said, I haven't read the article. I hope it is kind and that my inclusion is not used to illustrate "what not to do"...we will soon see...
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