SWEDISH GLASS. Awarded Design

Author: Rune B. Axelsson
Country: Sweden
Code: 0240
Language: English
Year Published: 1984
No. of pages: 73
Illustrations: 67 Color Illustrations.
Size: 9”x 8”
Weight: 1.00

Price: 19.50

This book on awarded glass design in Sweden by the most recognized glass artists include Olle Alberius, Monica Backström, Gunnar Cyrén, and Ulrike and Bertil Vallien.

TRAVERSING - MOMENTS MARKED WITH GLASS/AT KRYDSE SPOR - I GLAS.

Author: Pedersen, Helle Mariertta, graphic design
Country: Denmark
Code: 5584
Language: English/ Danish
Year Published: 2005
No. of pages: 55
Illustrations: 28 Color Illustrations. 19 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8 1/2”sq
Weight: 1.00

Price: 39.50

Beautifully designed catalogue presenting four artists who began their careers in the mid to late 1990s - Sally Fawkes, John Burton, Richard Jackson and Eva Engström. Each artist is presented with colour images of several of their works, bioraphies and a statement. Seen seperatley the work of each individual artist has its own attractions but as a combined body of work this exhibition provides a rare insight into the wider state of the art in which they have chosen to express themselves. Four good friends are exhibiting their work together, all of them once students at Surrey Institute of Art & Design University College in England and each in his or her own way has developed a recognisable handwriting in glass.

TRAVERSING - MOMENTS MARKED WITH GLASS/AT KRYDSE SPOR - I GLAS.

Author: Pedersen, Helle Mariertta, graphic design
Country: Denmark
Code: 5584
Language: English/ Danish
Year Published: 2005
No. of pages: 55
Illustrations: 28 Color Illustrations. 19 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8 1/2”sq
Weight: 1.00

Price: 39.50

Beautifully designed catalogue presenting four artists who began their careers in the mid to late 1990s - Sally Fawkes, John Burton, Richard Jackson and Eva Engström. Each artist is presented with colour images of several of their works, bioraphies and a statement. Seen seperatley the work of each individual artist has its own attractions but as a combined body of work this exhibition provides a rare insight into the wider state of the art in which they have chosen to express themselves. Four good friends are exhibiting their work together, all of them once students at Surrey Institute of Art & Design University College in England and each in his or her own way has developed a recognisable handwriting in glass.