Oregon art beat. Episode 1106. Glass artist Deborah Horrell [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.

Title: 
Oregon art beat. Episode 1106. Glass artist Deborah Horrell [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.
Publisher: 
Portland, Or. : Oregon Public Broadcasting, [2009]
Description: 
1 videodisc (10 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Cowan, K.C.
Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
126130
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Oregon art beat. Glass artist Deborah Horrell
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DVD
Variant Title: 
Glass artist Deborah Horrell
Shelving title: Oregon art beat. Glass artist Deborah Horrell
Notes: 
First aired November 12, 2009.
"Deborah Horrell uses glass frit to create vessels that look as delicate as spun sugar. But they're surprisingly sturdy. We'll see how she makes these modern glass art pieces using the pate de verre process. We'll also visit the new Providence Cancer Center where her commissioned pieces impart a message of beauty and fragility as well as strength and resilience"--http://www.opb.org/programs.
The third of 3 segments issued on this DVD.
Author, Lauren Kessler.
Deborah Horrell, glass artist.
DVD.
Commercially distributed.
Contents: 
Illustrator Dick Wiley: After creating propaganda posters during World War II and working for Portland companies White Stag and Pendleton, illustrator Dick Wiley became one of the last illustrators of the old Dick and Jane readers. Millions of youngsters learned how to read thanks to the artwork of Dick Wiley, who is now retired (9 min.) --
Ceramicist Lee Kitzman: Lee Kitzman makes delicate vessels using Raku firing techniques. He's also mastered the art of using paints and glazes to create unique finishes on his work. He's been making ceramic pieces as an artist and an educator for three decades (7 min.) --
Glass artist Deborah Horrell (10 min.)