Corning Museum of Glass
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Corning Museum of Glass
To be One 2 by K Hyewook Huh (Photo by KC Studio). Corning Museum of Glass. (via K Hyewook Huh | Corning Museum of Glass)
"We have made many glass vessels… with tubes two cubits long. These were filled with mercury, the open end was closed with the finger, and the tubes were then inverted in a vessel where there was mercury."
Evangelista Torricelli
Dragonfly by Vittorio Costantini, about 1985-1989. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Dragonfly | Corning Museum of Glass)
Beaker with Madonna della Sedia by Anton Heinrich Pfeiffer, about 1835. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Beaker with Madonna della Sedia | Corning Museum of Glass)
Favrile Flower-form Vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany, about 1911-1912. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Favrile Flower-form Vase | Corning Museum of Glass)
Spacer Bead with Theatrical Mask, about 300-399. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Spacer Bead with Theatrical Mask | Corning Museum of Glass)
Landscape Window by Tiffany Studios, about 1905-1915. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Landscape Window | Corning Museum of Glass)
Plate in “Willow” Pattern by T. G. Hawkes & Co., 1911-1915. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Plate in “Willow” Pattern | Corning Museum of Glass)
We Are Each Other’s Keepers, Unitarian Commission by Susan Gott - Photo Credit George Blanchette. Corning Museum of Glass. (via Susan Gott | Corning Museum of Glass)
When artist and designer in stained glass, mosaics and watercolor Katharine Lamb Tait’s archive was donated to the Rakow Library in 2004, it included her purse! Check out some of the art supplies that she carried around. What do you carry in your bag? #inmybag #cmog #archives #NLW14 http://ift.tt/1h3FR0X