Technology helping art : making glass the way it wants to be made / Frank Woolley & Bill Gudenrath.

Title: 
Technology helping art : making glass the way it wants to be made / Frank Woolley & Bill Gudenrath.

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Author/Artist: 
Woolley, Frank.
Published In: 
Journal 2001, pp. 78-84.
Publisher: 
Corning, NY : The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, [2001]
Description: 
18 [i.e. 19] leaves ; 28 cm.
Other Authors: 
Gudenrath, William.
Glass Art Society. Conference (31st : 2001 Corning, N.Y.)
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
126725
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Location: 
Secured Stacks
Call Number: 
TP859.W91
Notes: 
Caption title.
Lecture notes for a presentation at the 2001 Glass Art Society Conference.
"GAS2001 06/07/01."
An abridged version of this lecture was published as "The Dominick Labino lecture : technology helping art : making glass the way it wants to be made" in The Glass Art Society journal, 2001, p. 78-84.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 16-18 [i.e. 17-19]).
Contents: 
Why bother with technology? What do I mean by technology ; How to tell when you need technology ; Three approaches to extending your technical capabilities ; Why it's hard to make good use of technology ; Why industrial glass technology applies to studio glass --
Examples using technology to explain and solve studio problems : Stress after fast cooling ; Centerline blisters ; Breakage from poor compatibility ; Color changes on reheating reds ; Uneven blowout with colors & gold foil --
How to use technology : Two classes of problems: simple, complex ; Systematic approach to solve problems ; Examples: process for solving melting defect problems --
Sources of technology.