glasswork glasswork

Definition(s):

  • (n) an article of tableware made of glass

Usage(s):

  1. I didn't expect much--maybe a bunch of overly precious glasswork.
  2. But now that many Venetian glass shops devote their shelves to kitsch trinkets and cheap pieces from the Far East, Murano's proud tradition of colorful, creative glasswork is fading.
  3. Although Glassman Tiffany is a vice president, assistant treasurer and director of the jewel firm, painting and glasswork have been his chief interests.

News

  • Be a Glass Artist for a Day at Glassworks Walk-In Workshop

    Create jewelry, platters and tons more decorative glass projects with the cold glass method at the Glassworks Walk-In Workshop. Louisville is glassblowing-obsessed, and that’s dandy, but if you want to try your hand at glasswork, it’s not the only option.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Louisville.com

Quotes

  • "I was the first person to have a glasswork on the cover of an art magazine," Smith said. "That was very important to the glass world because it's a very culturally maligned material. I've been interested in trying to bridge or subvert...
    on May 21, 2005 By: Kiki Smith Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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