Architectural Digest takes a look at some of the most exciting glassmakers participating in Corning Museum of Glass's New Glass Now. Some participants are breaking tradition, and others are rediscovering old techniques.
In early 2020, Rui Sasaki was in residence at Bullseye Glass Co.'s factory studios exploring new methods and ways of working with glass in preparation for a potential exhibition at the Portland Japanese Garden.
Known for creating custom kilns and tools, Matthew Szosz pushes the limits of kiln-glass, creating complex geometric and biological forms that are inflated or stretched. His work was part of Bullseye's Origins exhibition in 2015.
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