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…
It’s Show Time! I’ve been spending months building a show of new work. A few pieces are a collaboration with my dear friend, Chuck Savoie. My glass can also be seen at Blue Rain Gallery, as well as at Liquid Light Glass. My inspiration started 4 years ago when we let our friend Caleb Smith… Read More A Flight of Bees- A Glass art Installation
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
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
Here is a sneak peek at the first of my new sculptural series on humankind’s smallest domestic animal and superorganism- Apis mellifera or “honey-carrying bee”. What started out as an experiment in making a glass honey comb using a murrine technique, has blossomed (ha!) into an artistic exploration of the bee world. I just can’t… Read More Sneak Peek at New Work
“The Sole of Art” is a one person show of Cia Friedrich’s newest glass work at Liquid Light Glass. The Show opens Friday, November 11th at 5:30 pm and runs through December 2011. ‘The Sole of Art’ is an artistic interpretation of the shoe. From stilettos, to mukluks, Cia’s social commentary and humor shown through… Read More Cia Friedrich ‘The Sole of Art’
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
‘Alien’ Martini Goblets written by Jannine Cabossel I can’t wait for the next martini party we go to! I can’t wait to have a martini after a long day in the garden this summer! We made 4 Alien martini glasses at our hot glass shop, Liquid Light Glass. I thought they’d be fun to drink… Read More ‘Alien’ Martini Goblets
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…
Monday, January 31, 2001— We shipped our work off to Philadelphia today after making art for the past month and a half. The show, The Buyers Market of American Craft, is one of the largest shows for buyers in galleries, museums, craft stores, catalogs, etc., to view our work and place orders for the next… Read More Art Work Ships to Philly Show!
Over the weekend I finished my latest free-standing glass and metal sculpture with my metal smith, Caleb Smith. It is from my Aurora Sculpture Series. Just shy of 5 feet tall, the long glass piece swivels so you can see both sides, and the small disc underneath swivels horizontally. Caleb has been working with me… Read More My Newest Tall Sculpture!
Here is a preview of some of the new glass pieces that I’ll be bringing to the Buyers Market of American Craft February 18-21. Some of the colors I’ve been making have been turning out so beautiful! I just want to eat them! As some of you already know, I melt my own color formulas.… Read More New Work for Philadelphia Show