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New Glass Review 36

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Submitted on June 3, 2015 - 9:28am
Gator Vase 5 by Amie McNeel
Gator Vase 5 by Amie McNeel; mold-blown glass, 45.2 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm.

The Corning Museum of Glass published New Glass Review 36 in May 2015. This publication is the result of an annual competition, with this issue representing the works selected from 2014. 3D4M Professors Amie McNeel and Mark Zirpel are each included as is 3D4M MFA student Anna Mlasowsky. If you can lay your hands on a hard copy of the issue, you will find them on these pages: 37 (McNeel), 39 (Mlasowsky), and 92 (Zirpel). The works by McNeel and Mlasowsky were among the 100 pieces chosen from the 698 applications for the 2014 competition. Zirpel’s creation was selected as part of the additional 40 works designated as Jurors’ Choice.

All the artworks in New Glass Review 36 will eventually be added to the online database for this publication. All three of our artists have been previously included in New Glass Review. McNeel was in issue 34, Mlasowsky had work in both issues 32 and 33, and Zirpel was in issues 25, 27, 31, and 34. Zirpel has also been a juror (issue 32).

Image credits
Above: upper portion of Gator Vase 5 by Amie McNeel (click thumbnail to see whole view); mold-blown glass, 45.2 x 20.3 x 15.2 cm.
Homepage spotlight: Untitled by Anna Mlasowsky; moldless pâte de verre, 10 x 65 x 40 cm.

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