Glass Interview with Danielle Blade of Gartner Blade Glass
My second interview from The Glass Talks Series with Danielle Blade. It was fascinating to listen to Danielle discuss her technique in glass while visiting the Baltimore American Craft Council Show.
Gartner Blade Glass has a unique design style in hand blown glass art. To view all of their glass collections, be sure to visit their website at Gartner Blade Glass
To learn more about her technique and style in glass, watch my Glass Talk Interview
Let the light shine in on art glass!
Nothing like sunshine to show a glass art piece in all its glory!
Art glass in natural light can dramatically change the mood of a piece.
I enjoyed watching the scarlet Monolito sculpture transform its color, the definition of the three dimensional qualities greatly enhanced with natural light.
Often our customers ask, “if I do not have natural light? How can I light my glass sculpture?”
A great question that my husband Bernard Katz tries to capture for you.
We are raising our prices as we are moving into new avenues….be sure to take advantage of our online showroom sale. Our online sale features the work of glass artist Bernard Katz ends on March 10th, 2014.
Each sculpture is custom made by Bernard Katz. No two glass sculptures are the same, since they are not mold blown. One of the many glass sculptures, the Caladesi, we create shown in our hot shop at our studio location in Philadelphia.
Select glass sculptures are on sale, including the Cerulean Blue Trans Terra Ceia and Yellow Gold Caladesi. To see all of our select hand blown glass from our online sale be sure to visit: Katz Glass Design