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Gazelle Gazette

The "Gazelle Gazette" is a Carder Steuben Club Newsletter that is initially delivered as an email and is maintained by Alan Shovers. This section provides an archive of the Gazelle Gazette Newsletter postings. If you would like to submit a Newsletter posting or have your email address added to Alan's address list, please email it to Alan Shovers.


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Brown Aurene

Posting Number 3241   Date: 08/01/19     Return to Posting List

Brown (butterscotch) over white opaque glass; blown, tooled, ground. Vase has narrow foot, widens to ridged shoulder, and narrows to cylindrical neck and slightly flared rim. Iridized neck with Greek Key (Intarsia) design. Gift to CMoG from Barbara Olsen in memory of Fellow, John K. Olsen--not on display

Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass

Amy Simon Hopwood will be traveling from New Jersey to Corning for Symposium weekend. She is the Associate Curator of Decorative Arts at the Newark Museum.

This presentation showcases the Thomas N. Armstrong III Collection of Steuben Glass currently on display at the Museum. This exhibition of over 130 examples of Frederick Carders colorful Steuben glass examines his glassmaking experimentation and reveals Armstrongs use of the glass in dialogue with art and furnishings in a variety of his homes.

The Newark Museums glass collections offer opportunities to study Carders glassmaking career, the techniques that he learned in England and developed in Corning, and the historical inspirations for his Steuben designs.

Amy co-curated Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass with Stephen Milne, Guest Curator and Exhibition Design Advisor.

Let's Have A Raffle!

The Carder Steuben Club is seeking donated items for a fundraising raffle that will occur on Saturday evening, September 21 at the Symposium Club Dinner.

Donated items can be anything - tickets to an event, gift cards, lottery tickets, trips, hotel nights, dinners, gift baskets, subscriptions, and even glass pieces. Use your imagination!

This raffle will take the place of the Club's auction, which has been moved to Friday evening.

If you have something that you would like to donate for this Club fundraising event, please contact John Stranges at: j63stranges@gmail.com or Bill Mehlenbacher at: billantiq@gmail.com .

Symposium Program and Registration

The Carder Steuben Symposium program and registration materials are now on the Club's website.


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