the outdoor PALETTE
By: Adelaide Tyrol
WINTER 2016 Issue
"Most forms of art are meant to be admired from afar. We look, we interpret. We consider how beautiful it is or how it makes us feel. However, there are entire schools of craftwork that open up art to a much greater definition. Art for practical use. Art that we can literally feel. Art meant to not just be looked at, but to be touched, and more importantly, used. Today’s guest, Josh Simpson, is one of the best in the world at one of the oldest crafts in existence, glass blowing. Josh will teach us all about the basics of glassblowing and explain the difficulties of working with such a unique medium."
THIS EPISODE WAS MADE WITH THE SUPPORT OF
- Michelle & Jim Wortner
- Janelle Swanson
- Jimmy Seymour
Watch Josh Simpson, glass artist extraordinaire, blow beautiful creations in his Shelburne studio
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