Monthly Archives: March 2012

Carlo Zervigon featured at Cole Pratt Gallery

Carlos Zervigon was born and raised in New Orleans where he lives with his wife, Elizabeth, and their six children. He is a graduate of Tulane University’s prestigious glass program. Carlos was a cofounder of the New Orleans Creative Glass

Carlo Zervigon featured at Cole Pratt Gallery

Carlos Zervigon was born and raised in New Orleans where he lives with his wife, Elizabeth, and their six children. He is a graduate of Tulane University’s prestigious glass program. Carlos was a cofounder of the New Orleans Creative Glass

Althea Holden’s Maneki Nego Glass Cats – a Symbol of “Luck”

Althea Holden, who works at Gallery Inferno in New Orleans,  has created her own line of glass Maneki Neko Cats. Althea, who holds a master’s in Fine Arts from Tulane University created these cats which have a long history in

Althea Holden’s Maneki Nego Glass Cats – a Symbol of “Luck”

Althea Holden, who works at Gallery Inferno in New Orleans,  has created her own line of glass Maneki Neko Cats. Althea, who holds a master’s in Fine Arts from Tulane University created these cats which have a long history in

Brass & Glass event at YAYA Creative Glass a Success!

  YAYA Creative Glass had a successful benefit concert that was a mixture of native New Orleans jazz in combination with hot glass demonstration. The benefit concert appropriately titled “Brass and Glass” was held on Saturday, March 24 at the

Brass & Glass event at YAYA Creative Glass a Success!

  YAYA Creative Glass had a successful benefit concert that was a mixture of native New Orleans jazz in combination with hot glass demonstration. The benefit concert appropriately titled “Brass and Glass” was held on Saturday, March 24 at the

Glass Artist Eric Hess at the New Orleans Museum of Art

Local Glass Artist Eric Hess was one of 9 artists selected to showcase a piece of art during the annual Art in Bloom event, which is a five-day event that showcases more than 100 exhibitors that create inspirational designs, sculptures

Glass Artist Eric Hess at the New Orleans Museum of Art

Local Glass Artist Eric Hess was one of 9 artists selected to showcase a piece of art during the annual Art in Bloom event, which is a five-day event that showcases more than 100 exhibitors that create inspirational designs, sculptures

Nun’s Stained Glass Designs Become Reality for Carmelite Monastery

Conrad Schmitt Studios needed to help translate the stained glass designs of Sister Marie Teresita Kim, SND, from Incheon, Korea, into new windows for the monastery chapel in Covington, Louisianna. Sister Kim’s stained glass and other pieces of liturgical art grace

Nun’s Stained Glass Designs Become Reality for Carmelite Monastery

Conrad Schmitt Studios needed to help translate the stained glass designs of Sister Marie Teresita Kim, SND, from Incheon, Korea, into new windows for the monastery chapel in Covington, Louisianna. Sister Kim’s stained glass and other pieces of liturgical art grace

Artist Sibylle Peretti Utilizes Glass to Tell The Story of Feral Children

Sibylle Peretti received her MFA in Sculpture and Painting 1993 at the Academy for Fine Arts Cologne, Germany. In 1992 a Residency at the CGCA Wheaton Arts, New Jersey brought her the first time to the US. In 1996 she

Artist Sibylle Peretti Utilizes Glass to Tell The Story of Feral Children

Sibylle Peretti received her MFA in Sculpture and Painting 1993 at the Academy for Fine Arts Cologne, Germany. In 1992 a Residency at the CGCA Wheaton Arts, New Jersey brought her the first time to the US. In 1996 she

Artist Stephen Paul Day Features Glass and Bronze Works

Stephen Paul Day, an avid seeker of the curious and wonderful, lives in New Orleans and works part-time in Berlin Germany. His main studies began at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts in Paris from 1979 to 1983. He had his

Artist Stephen Paul Day Features Glass and Bronze Works

Stephen Paul Day, an avid seeker of the curious and wonderful, lives in New Orleans and works part-time in Berlin Germany. His main studies began at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts in Paris from 1979 to 1983. He had his