Out of the box : pushing the boundaries of the glass bead.

Out of the box : pushing the boundaries of the glass bead.

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International Society of Glass Beadmakers.
Columbus, Ohio : International Society of Glass Beadmakers, c2008.
16 p. : col. ill. ; 22 x 28 cm.
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Juried exhibition held April 15-May 15, 2008 at the Ohio Glass Museum, Lancaster, Ohio; June 5-8, 2008 at the Bead & Button Show, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and August 1-30, 2008 at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts, Alameda, California.
"Artists were encouraged to break out of the box by utilizing their hand-crafted glass beads in non-traditional ways so to create a three-dimensional non-wearable art glass object"--T.p. verso.
Includes works by Stephanie Sersich & Dustin Tabor, Kathryn Wardill, Bronwen Heilman, Francesca Cerreta, Karen Richard, Jennifer Geldard, Kim Fields, Iiley Thompson, Barbara Svetlick, Teresa Yoshimura Bendt, Pamela K. Wolfersberger, Susan Matych-Hager, Gail Crosman-Moore, Sara Sally Lagrand, Ren Pineau, Ann Conlin, Robert & Sara Sally Lagrand, Sharon Peters, Rachelle Goldreich, Marcy Lamberson, Wayne Robbins, Tracy Jerrell Akhtar, Judie Mountain, Sheila Morley, Nina (Sam) Hibler, Petra Janssen, Bonnie Celeste, Karen E. Woodward.