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Author Topic: Adam Aaronson on The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass  (Read 1920 times)

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Adam Aaronson on The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
« on: September 02, 2009, 04:11:46 PM »
The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass has chosen Adam Aaronson as its artist of the month for September 2009.  :clap:

Many members will know Adam as aa here in the GMB, so may be interested to know more about his work.

Adam is featured on the page linked to below which gives a potted history of his involvement with making glass, and shows some of his current designs plus some from the last couple of years, and a great shot of Adam making glass (in case anyone doesn't know what he looks like!)

Well worth a read for anyone interested in contemporary studio glass!  :thup:

http://www.contempglass.org/seeing_glass/AaronsonSeptember09/ArtistAaronson.html

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Re: Adam Aaronson on The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2009, 07:14:51 PM »
It is an interesting article for sure...

I am curious... Is there a gallery where members could post images of themselves??  If not, has it ever been suggested... I always find it interesting to find out what people look like..... It rarely fits the preconceived notion one has about how others look.....

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