Studio demonstrations: Suellen Fowler & Hugh Salkind [electronic resource] / The Corning Museum of Glass.

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Studio demonstrations: Suellen Fowler & Hugh Salkind [electronic resource] / The Corning Museum of Glass.

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1 streaming video file (61 min.) : digital, sound, color
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Fowler, Suellen, artist.
Salkind, Hugh, artist.
Corning Museum of Glass.
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141564
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Also known as: Suellen Fowler & Hugh Salkind: Flamework glass sculpting: solid and blown forms
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Suellen Fowler and Hugh Salkind, glass artists.
Filmed during Suellen Fowler's class, "Flamework glass sculpting: solid and blown forms," February 13, 2013, at The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass.
Watch as Suellen Fowler and Hugh Salkind demonstrate for their class, "Flamework glass sculpting: solid and blown forms", which will focus on sculptures and vessels in colored borosilicate glass.
Mode of access: internet.
Suellen Fowler has blown and sculpted glass for more than 35 years. She is the foremost practitioner of "off-hand" lampworking and considers herself to be a colorist. She has devoted much time and energy to developing and refining various oxide formulas to color borosilicate glass. Fowler's work has been displayed in many galleries and museums, and it is included in the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass
Hugh Salkind, owner of Hugh Glass Studio, followed the traditional path to artistry by apprenticing under the American master Bob Snodgrass, and has been blowing glass since 1990. Salkind specializes in borosilicate glass art and jewelry made in a Venetian style, often referred to as off-mandrel, with intricate patterns in a wide range of colors, shapes, and sizes. Besides running his own studio, Salkind teaches flameworking around the country. He was formerly the flameshop director of the Eugene Glass School (EGS) and was one of the organizers of the EGS Flame-Off. He was also featured in a documentary about flameworking
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Filmed during Suellen Fowler's class, "Flamework glass sculpting: solid and blown forms," February 13, 2013, at The Studio, The Corning Museum of Glass.