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last one

I saved the best for last from the Corning Museum of Glass.  Again, I failed to note the artist, sorry to you and the artist.  It’s a close-up of a glass bowl with an interesting edge.


more glass art

Both of these were photographed at the Corning Museum of Glass.  My contribution to The Weekend in Black and White, December 2, 2016.

Sadly, I did not capture the name of the artist that created this cool vase.





This is titled ‘Black Nets’, created by Tobias Mohl

Black Nets

glass art

Rather than post these individually, I thought I’d combine a bunch of the glass art I saw at the Corning Museum of Glass.

This bowl was designed by Frantisek Vizner and I think it’s amazing.

blue bowl by Frantisek Vizner

Rows and rows of glass beakers in the scientific section.


A close-up of a candlestick holder created in 14th century AD

candlestick holder

An glass mosaic created by an unknown artist


drinking glasses

These glasses were created by Sol LeWitt in 2003, on display at the Corning Museum of Glass.  I especially like the contrasting base on the one glass.

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caught in a flood

A complex work of glass art by Judith Schaechter on display at the Corning Museum of Glass.

caught in a flood

caught in a flood


I previously admired her work at the Eastern State Penitentiary; this photo was taken in June 2012, I can’t believe I never posted it.

Judith Schaechter