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Journey By International Society of Glass Beadmakers
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Journey is a rewarding glimpse into the evolution of ISGB members who have chosen to share their personal growth in beadmaking while supporting our organization. This fundraising effort, open to... More > newcomers, well-known lampworkers, or like many of us, somewhere in between, was open to all members. Some chose to show just their current work while others included a visual timeline from their early days working with glass to now. ISGB is proud to share with you the stories of some of our very talented members. (Please note that the color of this cover is not represented accurately in its rich blue violet hue.)< Less
Convergence III: Inspirations & Interpretations By International Society of Glass Beadmakers
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Convergence III: Inspirations & Interpretations / Art Glass Bead Jewelry Inspired by Other Works of Art, was a 2011 Exhibit of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers. This exhibit... More > debuted at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft on July 15, 2011. It traveled to the Kobe Lampwork Glass Museum, Kobe Japan, then to the Yokohama Bead Art Show, and then it returned to Kobe for the Kobe Bead Art Show. Founded in 1993, The International Society of Glass Beadmakers, a 501c3 non-profit organization, preserves, educates and promotes the art of glass beadmaking throughout the globe.< Less
Convergence II: Adorning the Past, Present & Pretend new By International Society of Glass Beadmakers
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Convergence II: Adorning the Past Present & Pretend / Jewelry Design with Art Glass Beads Inspired by Personas of Fact & Fiction was a 2010 Exhibit of the International Society of Glass... More > Beadmakers. This exhibit debuted at the Nan Miller Gallery in Rochester, New York and traveled to the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Texas. From Houston, it was shown at the Kobe Lampwork Glass Museum and the Yokohama Bead Art Show in Japan and then returned to the United States to the Ohio Glass Museum, Lancaster, Ohio. Founded in 1993, The International Society of Glass Beadmakers, a 501c3 non-profit organization, preserves, educates and promotes the art of glass beadmaking throughout the globe.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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