The book presents essays that focus on the history of glass, from
as early as 3000 BC, when it was traditionally used as a pottery
glaze, through to contemporary glassmaking techniques. Further
essays introduce the new approaches that contemporary makers are
adopting and examines the direction in which this medium is
presently moving, whilst addressing some of the recurring concepts
and themes prevalent in contemporary glass design. "Contemporary
Glass" presents an authoritative overview of an arts and craft
scene that is both departing from, and building on its origins,
while forming new directions within which practitioners work and
wherein their work is appreciated.
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