Hardback
July 3, 2012
9780295992266
English
96
70 color illus.
10.75 Inches (US)
9.50 Inches (US)
1.95 Pounds (US)
$50.00 USD
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Maestro

Recent Work by Lino Tagliapietra

Lino Tagliapietra is arguably the world's finest living glassblower. Raised on the island of Murano, the Venetian glass center, Tagliapietra began learning the trade at the age of 11 from Muranese masters and had earned the title of maestro by age 21. He first came to Seattle in 1979, and openly shared his unsurpassed experience, understanding, and knowledge of traditional Venetian glassblowing techniques with artists in the United States. In return, he gained an appreciation for the American artists' quest for creative expression through experimentation and individual creativity, pushing him beyond his excellence in execution and into the realm of studio art.

About the Author

Claudia Gorbman is professor of film studies at the University of Washington Tacoma. She is the author of Unheard Melodies (a book on film music), the translator and editor of five books by the French critic and composer Michel Chion, and co-editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of New Audiovisual Aesthetics.

Reviews

"The free and ceaseless inventions on display in Maestro are a pure delight."—Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times

"This collection of vivid color photographs brings to life the maestro's beautiful, swirling, fluid glass forms."—Cameron Reese, Alaska Airlines, November 2012

Museum of Glass

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96 Pages
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