Liquid Light Glass is proud to present “Clearly Solid” an exhibition featuring new work by Cia Thorne. Many glass artists use their medium to explore light, transparency and motion. Cia Thorne hopes to push these boundaries with a new series focused on the tension between reflection and shadow. By pairing her angular glass shapes with… Read More New Work by Cia Thorne
It’s that time of year again! We are busy getting ready for the ACC Baltimore Show in February! I spent 18 years going to the Buyer’s Market of American Crafts in Philadelphia, but the Rosen Group made a change this year to January in Washington, DC. I took a sabbatical from the Buyer’s Market (now… Read More Getting Ready for the ACC Baltimore Show
‘A Flight of Bees’ installation has returned back to Liquid Light Glass after exhibiting at the Santa Fe Community Gallery for an extended four month exhibit. I continue to create new bee sculptures as my tiny muses continue to excite and inspire me! Come by the shop and check out the latest…
Come to Liquid Light Glass this weekend- Get out of the cold in front of our HOT furnaces and watch us blow glass! Better yet, come make your own paperweight! Just walk in, no reservation this weekend! Have you always wanted one of Elodie Holmes beautiful Aurora Series Sculptures? Well this weekend you can buy… Read More Elodie Holmes Aurora Sculptures
So Elodie and I are here for our annual trek in Philly for the BMAC (Buyers Market of American Craft) show tomorrow starting February 16-19 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. We arrived on Wednesday night and spent the last 2 days setting up the show, eating unusual food (for us) and drinking some fantastic German… Read More Here in Philadelphia
Our 12th annual Holiday Tour came to a close yesterday afternoon. Congratulations to Carol Rose as our raffle winner! Thanks to all for participating in this year’s show, and to all who came out to support the arts in Santa Fe! Liquid Light Glass will be continuing the gallery sale items until Christmas Eve! Glass… Read More Successful Baca Street Arts Tour!
How about giving your our own handmade glass gifts for the holidays! Liquid Light Glass will be offering walk-in paperweight, ornament, and flower making! Come on in- choose your own colors and start forming hot glass into beauty! All items made will be ready to take home the next day! Liquid Light Glass represents these… Read More BACA STREET ARTS ANNUAL HOLIDAY TOUR 2012!
Glass Alliance New Mexico (GANM) and Mill Fine Art have announced recipients of the Glass Invitational Awards for 2012. Announcements took place during the Opening of the exhibit and after the keynote lecture by Marvin Lipofsky on Friday evening. The 2012 Best In Show Award went to Red Shift by Santa Fe glass artist Harry… Read More Glass Invitational Awards for 2012
Today we went to work on the furnace. First, thanks to Cia Friedrich and Patrick Morrissey for all their help and expertise. Patrick and I started by evaluating the the inside of the furnace. Whenever we shut down the furnace, it is an opportunity to investigate any weak areas, holes, cracks, or deterioration, even though… Read More Furnace is Back On!
Every year for the past 16 years I have participated in the annual Buyers Market of American Craft in Philadelphia, PA. The Buyers Market of American Craft is the nation’s largest wholesale craft trade show. The Buyers Market offers artists the opportunity to create long-term business relationships with more than 3,000 galleries throughout the United… Read More Buyers Market of American Craft 2012
WALK-IN PAPERWEIGHT MAKING! Once a year Liquid Light Glass welcomes you to come make a paperweight without a reservation! A unique handmade gift for your self or loved one… Baca Street Holiday Arts Tour- This Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Shop Local! Walking Maps available at Liquid Light Glass.
Liquid Light Glass is proud to announce the opening reception for Michele Hawley’s new paintings on glass, “Water and Light”, October 14, 5:30-7:30 at 926 Baca Street, Santa Fe, New Mexico. The depth, color and detail achieved in these paintings is quite remarkable. Michele developed her own technique and concept of mixing translucent films of… Read More Michele Hawley: Paintings on Glass
If you weren’t at Liquid Light Glass last year to watch Chuck pull a 30 foot long cane out into the parking lot, you can come this time and watch! Chuck will return on Saturday, September 10 to give a Maestro demonstration at Liquid Light Glass. His presentation will begin at 10am. Please RSVP Jerry… Read More Chuck Savoie Returns to Santa Fe!
Friday morning was a beautiful day for a demo. Thank you to Mathew Cummings for sharing his talent with us. Thank you also to Glass Alliance-New Mexico and Liquid Light Glass for hosting the event. Photos by Marcy Albin Horne.
Liquid Light Glass presents, ‘Hot as Lava!’ A glass show featuring glass blowing and flint knapping demos. This is a dual reception for the Grand Opening of our newest artists studio at Baca Street Studios #6, Caldera. ‘Why Does it Matter?’ is the title of the show for Sandra Wong, Crockett Bodelson, and Chris Brodsky, a… Read More Caldera is Hot as Lava!
Liquid Light Glass and Glass Alliance-New Mexico are proud to present Matthew Cummings to Santa Fe. Though he initially majored in painting in college, after taking a required elective class in glassblowing, Matthew Cummings found, in this new medium, the potential to work with color and light in a way that painting could never match.… Read More Matt Cummings Maestro Demo — August 26
Saturday, May 14 at 10:30 am is our next paperweight class! Come and enjoy making your very own paperweight or give as a gift! Call ahead or email to reserve a spot on the list! Liquid Light Glass: 505-820-2222. Subscribe to this blog to receive automatic updates on classes and posts!
Jane Sauer Gallery, Liquid Light Glass, and Glass Alliance-New Mexico welcomes Janice Vitkovsky to Santa Fe. Janice is a minimalist glass artist from Adelaide, South Australia. Jane Sauer Gallery had the first United States solo show of her artworks on Friday, April 22. It was a very well attended and beautiful opening reception of her… Read More Janice Vitkovsky- Visiting Artist
Many years ago, I encountered a glass engineer and his wife, a ceramic engineer, in my studio/gallery. One of our topics of conversation was on glass myths. One of the most common myths people talk about is the one about stained glass windows in Europe slowly melting due to being thicker at the bottom. If… Read More Common Myths About Glass
My fascination with Calcedonia, or silver glass, started in Santa Fe at Peter VanderLaan’s old studio, about 15 years ago. During the 5 years that I worked out of his studio, he melted his own formulas and shared some of his knowledge of glass melting with me. This fascination of glass colors continued in Italy… Read More My Fascination with Calcedonia Glass
People often ask me to describe the colors of Calcedonia that I make. I find it hard to describe because of all the layers and striations of color that vary so much from sculpture to sculpture, even coming from the same pot of melted glass! That is why I have named the Calcedonia that I… Read More Description of Calcedonia Glass
During a trip to Italy 10 years ago, I spent some time on the island of Murano with the Master of Calcedonia and sculptural glass, Dino Rosin, and his family. We talked about the color, but he didn’t share any secrets with me! I found a brief history of Calcedonia glass in his book, ‘L’Arte… Read More Calcedonia Glass- A Brief History
Starting Tuesday, March 1, I will be back in the shop to blow some glass! I’ll be working in the hot shop every morning until 1 or 2 pm. On Thursday I plan on making more Aurora Sculptures. It will take most of the day, so anyone interested can come by Liquid Light Glass to… Read More Getting back to what I do best…
During our trip to Philadelphia, the rest of the crew left watching the shop had their own very successful glass art opening reception on Friday, February 18th, titled ‘While the Cats Away’ (me being the feline here…) It was a very catchy name that drew a lot of people to the shop. I was so… Read More While the Cats Away…
Jannine and I arrived home safely tonight. It’s good to be back! We stayed up late last night, thinking we could sleep-in, but when we woke up to 6″ of snow, we had to get to the airport early in case of delays. We caught an early shuttle without having had breakfast yet. Everything turned… Read More Good to Be Home