Sandwich redux.

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Sandwich Glass Museum.
42 unnumbered pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm
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Range 24, Bay 3, Shelf 2, Debbie Tarsitano Studio collection, Box 1
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Cover title.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the studio glass movement, the Sandwich Glass Museum invited glassmakers to draw inspiration from 19th-20th century glassware produced in Sandwich, Massachusetts and create new works. The old and new works are exhibited together.
C. 1 of this item is part of the Debbie Tarsitano Studio collection.
Debbie Tarsitano Studio collection c. 1
Chris Belleau: Truman compotier --
Ricky Bernstein: agility and grace --
Ed Branson: selva leaf sculpture --
William Gudenrath: Sandwich meets Venice --
Eben Horton: dolphin candlesticks --
Sidney Hutter: redux dolphin candlestick --
Benton Jones: scalloped vessel --
Jon Kuhn: blue dots --
Fritz Lauenstein: beehive --
Michael Magyar: the dolphin and the dragon --
Yukimi Matsumoto: tulip epergne --
Billy Mayer: siren epergne --
David McDermott: Trevaise bank --
Jim Poore: Trevaise --
Chris Sherwin: poinsettias --
Josh Simpson: iridescent vases --
Debbie Tarsitano: anticipation of spring --
Nancy Tobey: beehives come in all shapes and colors --
Beth Williams: amber threads --
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