"The method used by the contemporary artist is a constant probing and questioning of the standards of the past and the definitions of the present to find an opening for new form statements in the material and process. It is even said that this search is an end in itself. Although knowledge of chemistry or physics as they apply to glass will broaden the artist’s possibilities, it cannot create them. Tools can be made, furnaces and annealing ovens can be built cheaply. But it is through the insatiable, adventurous urge of the artist to discover the essence of glass that his own means of expression will emerge."Read the whole article here: http://www.liquisearch.com/harvey_littleton/technique_is_cheap
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Wednesday, December 30, 2015
I just used this phrase today in responding to a post on the AGG bulletin board about lamination. I know it has been widely quoted but couldn't remember who said it. [Answer: Harvey Littleton] This is the context in which I find this quote compelling:
Monday, December 7, 2015
Please Join us for an informal Artist Talk.
Sunday December 13, 2015 2pm-4pm
Meet several of the artists currently on exhibit
at the Silvermine Arts Center Gallery.
1037 Silvermine Road, New Canaan, CT 06840
“Space, Structure, and Light”, is a contemporary glass exhibition,
curated by Moshe Bursuker, Susan Cox, and Marty Kremer,
and includes work by more than a dozen regionally and nationally known glass artists.
The Show will be up from November 8 to December 20, 2015