Greetings from Mobilia. Attached to this email is a selection of images featuring the creative glass work of both world-renowned artists and emerging talents. Whether slumped, cast, sculpted, blown or crafted into fine jewelry, each glass object is a brilliant example of this challenging art form. This exhibition will be held in conjunction with GlassBoston, June 13-16. More information about GlassBoston can be found at

We look forward to seeing you. Cheers and best wishes, Libby & Jo Anne
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New Glass

Participating Artists:
Sean Albert, Erik and Martin Demaine, Shane Fero, Wesley Fleming, Peter Houk, Steve Klein, Judith LaScola, Andy Magdanz, Richard Marquis, Susan Shapiro, Matthew Szosz, Hiroshi Yamano

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Richard Marquis Richard Marquis
Richard Marquis
Land Speed Assault Vehicles
Blown glass, wood, brass

Richard Marquis
Richard Marquis
Sphere Pyramid
Blown glass, granulare technique, wood
16.5" x 18" x 18"

Erik and Martin Demaine
Erik & Martin Demaine
Tempest in a Teapot
Hand-blown glass, elephant hide paper
7" x 11" x 7"

Andy Magdanz
Andy Magdanz
Blown glass
17.5" dia.

Wesley Fleming
Wesley Fleming
Tea at Home
Blown and flameworked glass
3" x 3" x 2"

Hiroshi Yamano Hiroshi Yamano
Hiroshi Yamano
Scene of Japan #71
Blown and cast glass
9.5" x 11" x 9.5"

Matthew Szosz
Matthew Szosz
Inflatable No. 18
Fused and inflated glass

Shane Fero
Shane Fero
Fire Lark
Flameworked glass, acid-etched

Sean Albert Sean Albert
Sean Albert
Intentionally Random Line Study
Kiln formed glass
14.25" x 12" x 2.25"

Peter Houk
Peter Houk
Gold and Amber Leaf Bowl
Sandblasted etched glass


For additional information about the exhibit, or to view more images, please contact Mobilia Gallery by phone at
617-876-2109 or by email at

Mobilia Gallery
358 Huron Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138

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