Current Exhibition

THE CONTEMPORARY GLASS SOCIETY SUPPORTING GLASS IN LATIN AMERICA

Current Exhibition

THE CONTEMPORARY GLASS SOCIETY SUPPORTING GLASS IN LATIN AMERICA

The Contemporary Glass Society supporting glass in Latin America.

The Contemporary Glass Society (UK) is delighted to announce an online exhibition of 44 selected glass artists residing in Latin America.

There was no allotted theme for the show except that artists must be living, studying or residing in Latin America.

The show exhibits a particular strength of character, demonstrating a vibrance and diversity that we have maybe not seen before here in our Gallery area. Many of the pieces are strongly symbolic, with echoes of both a lifeforce and cultural identity. Stories are told. Pieces lie glancing at the viewer, challenging them to take part and discover more.

Artists did not need to be a member of the CGS to submit work for this show, but are welcome to join the Society in the future and take part in all our shows.

The CGS is a charity, registered in the UK. The organisation is funded entirely through members and from donations made by individuals and organisations. We represent glass at an international level and give glass a voice in the media along with forging links between all those involved with glass in an artistic, technological, manufacturing or support capacity.

A huge thank you to our friends and associated across the water and in particular to Dina Priess for her help in sharing our details with artists in Latin America.

This exhibition was launched Mar/Apr 2017

Launched on:1st March 2017



Artist:Lourdes Zenobi

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Olivera

Description: Lourdes Zenobi
mlzenobi@yahoo.com
www.lourdeszenobi.com

MEMORPHOSIS II
Description of Work:
I want to achieve the sense of perpetual existence for what I keep inside of me, for my inner feelings, in order to remind me and us of past experiences. I use glass because I feel that the crystal will last and will remain with me forever, so the cycle of life, the metamorphosis, will be repeated constantly
Techniques
Casting, lithography on glass, powder printing,
Description
Glass, paper, 35cm x 40 cm x 120 cm
Photographer: Mariano Frisoli de Olivera

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: mlzenobi@yahoo.com

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Artist:EDUARDO JORGE LAVORATO

Description: Artist Name: EDUARDO JORGE LAVORATO
eduardo_lavorato@yahoo.com
Title of Work: KOPIWE
Short description of Work: 10” Float Glass Square Tile. It is made with thousands of little enameled float glass squares arranged like a Mapuche textile design named KOPIWE. It took several firings in order to get color and texture. The “Mapuches” are people originated from South America (Chile and Argentine Patagonia) with a lot of traditions, textiles and silver jewelry. The “Kopiwe” (Copihue) is the national flower of Chile. The frame (digital design and 3D printed) also contains several Mapuche designs, like the Anümka, the Pichikemenküe and the Külpuwe Ñimin.
Country of Residence: ARGENTINE

Contact: lavorato@yahoo.com

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Artist:Natalia Phillips Bulgarelli

Description: Artist Name: Natalia Phillips Bulgarelli
E-mail: natiph@gmail.com
Web: https://issuu.com/nataliaphillips/docs/portfolio_natalia_phillips_glassmat
Web: www.glassmateria.com
Title of work: Playful Perception
Short Description of Work:

The development of children's imagination is characterized by the ability to create intimate and personal fantasy worlds where the subject is generally the protagonist and where there are no limits or restrictions of any kind for the impulse of their freedom.

- Playful Perception - is the personal interpretation of an infantile sensation towards the figures or forms that compose a landscape.
Country of Residence: Costa Rica

Contact: natiph@gmail.com

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Artist:Claudia Golzman

Email:Carolina Nicora

Description: Name of the artist: Claudia Golzman
Contact information: claudiagolzman@gmail.com
Photographer Name: Carolina Nicora
Title of the work: Migrant silent desesperation
Brief description of the work:

My work experiment with new and different forms of touching through a material so sensitive as the glass. I find in it delicacy and fragility. It is cold and faithful at the same time.

I consider glass as a means and a barrier. It let us see but not pass, as a barrier so real and so illusory.

The emblem of emotions.

I work chewing the migrations, the refugees, and the impossibility of getting places where to live.

I am deeply looking for the process of refine the genuine question whether human life is stronger than desire.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: claudiagolzman@gmail.com

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Artist:Heraclio Vidal Yucra H.

Email:Heraclio Vidal.

Description: Name: Heraclio Vidal Yucra H.
Contact: yucra_vidal@hotmail.com
Photography: Heraclio Vidal.
Title: Transito.
Technique: Glass engraving and laminated glass.
Measure: 39x29x6cm.
Country: Perú
Descripction.
Glass like no other material allows me to créate different optical illusions, conbined with grinding, cutting, engraving,
Polishing,laminated glass and all cold working techniques.
Shaping with their tones and their contrasts from different angles and perspectives, recreating the visualization and
Three-dimensionallity efec.
Glass is more than a simple fragile transparent amorphous inorganic material, for me is a material that allows me to
Medited introspectively and to have especial visión of the human being through the glass.

Contact: yucra_vidal@hotmail.com

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Artist:Elvira Schuartz

Email:Rafael Miranda

Description: Artist Name: Elvira Schuartz

Artist Contact details: elvira@espacozero.com.br / espacozero.com.br

Photographer credit: Rafael Miranda

Title of Work: Octopus

Short Description of Work:

Temptation, the magic word of the 21th century. For that, we fall apart without realising. Theater, books and orchestras have sugested wills. Radio, TV and moovies have explicited temptations. Social media and internet, bring wills and temptations at the tip of our fingers.

For each touch of the index finger on a gorila glass, hundred of tentacles emerge to surface to hugh and choke us. Without realize, we go to sleep with the wishes in our pijama's pocket.

The tentacle of an octopus is a tribute for the seducction of a liquid world.

Country of residence: São Paulo, Brasil

Contact: elvira@espacozero.com.br

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Artist:Edgardo de Bórtoli

Email:Víktor Quijada

Description: Artist Name: Edgardo de Bórtoli

Artist Contact details (email address and website):

MAIL: edgardodebortoli@hotmail.com
WEB PAGE: www.edgardodebortoli.com

Photographer credit: Víktor Quijada

Title of Work: Dead Alive Series, No. 3

Short Description of Work: (attached)

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: edgardodebortoli@hotmail.com

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Artist:Rita Neumann

Email:Sebastian Gringhaus

Description: Name: Rita Neumann
Email and Website: rineumann@hotmail.com
www.ritaneumann.com.ar

Photographer credit: Sebastian Gringhaus

Title of work: Gifts for my baby.

Short description of work: Childhood memorys. Casting.

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: rineumann@hotmail.com

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Artist:Antonella Perrone

Email:Jorge Nicolás Cuevas

Description: Artist Name: Antonella Perrone
Artist Contact details:
email address: floresenlanieve@gmail.com
website: www.ignium.com.ar
Photographer credit (if any apply): Jorge Nicolás Cuevas
Title of Work: intento
Short Description of Work: Glass kiln casting, hand polished, paper thin pate de verre.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: floresenlanieve@gmail.com

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Artist:Silvia Susana Fresoli

Email:Celia Di Bernardo

Description: Artist s name: Silvia Susana Fresoli
email: sfresoli@hotmail.com
Facebook: Fresoli Arte
Photographer s: Celia Di Bernardo
Title: Canoe of muy Paranà river
This canoe is part of a work,made virth different kinds of glasses,colorus and textures.
It is made in the pate verre tecnique on a plaster mold,wiht frits of Bullseye,grain 2,in gradient of yellows and oranges.
It is placed on a pedestal made of ironrods.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: sfresoli@hotmail.com

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Artist:Adriano Gloeden

Email:Dimas Gloeden

Description: Artist. Adriano Gloeden.
Contact:Barrocoatelier@gmail.com
Photographer:Dimas Gloeden.
Details:Borosilicate glass sculpture, Flameworking technique
Country: Brazil.

Contact: Barrocoatelier@gmail.com

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Artist:DINA TUROVLIN

Description: Artist : DINA TUROVLIN

Contact : dinaturovlin@gmail.com

Title : "FRAGMENTS"

Description : Fused bullseye glass
35 x 60 x 8 cm
This work was inspired by a textile loom-work
Represents the waves of live, the fragility and strength of different stages.

Residence : MONTEVIDEO - URUGUAY

Contact: dinaturovlin@gmail.com

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Artist:BERNARDA CRUZ

Email:Florencia Luna

Description: Artist Name: BERNARDA CRUZ
Contact Details: bcruz04@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/BernardaCruzVidrioJoyas
Photograph by: Florencia Luna
Title of Work: Blue Drop Pendant
Work Description: Lampwork glass bead with silver findings (.925), all handmade. Glass used: Moretti soft glass
Country of Residence: ECUADOR

Contact: bcruz04@hotmail.com

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Artist:Beatriz Susana Favaretto

Email:Ricardo Ricci

Description: Artist: Beatriz Susana Favaretto

Title: Silence is Golden

Photographer: Ricardo Ricci

Details:

Technique: Cast Glass

Dimensions: H 24cm. W 36cm. D 15cm

Country : Argentina

Contact: susanafavaretto@hotmail.com

Contact: susanafavaretto@hotmail.com

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Artist:Janine Altman

Description: Artist Name: Janine Altman
email addrees: janine.altman@gmail.com
website: www.janinealtman.com
Title of Work: Under the Sea
Under the sea, full of shapes and colours, forms an extraordinary world of magic and fantasy. It creates an environment that lets our imagination fly, a safe place to be ourselves. Under the sea belongs to another dimension, where dreams can come true and new emotions can be discovered and felt.

This artwork was created using two techniques: flameworking and fusion glass, and three different types of glass: float glass, bullseye glass and recycled glass. A frame of wood surrounds these structures. Besides, the former is supported by an iron structure that allows placing the artwork in five different positions. The wide variety of positions, including totally horizontal and almost totally vertical, make possible the incorporation of this work in every home.

Country of residence: Uruguay

Contact: janine.altman@gmail.com

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Description: Name and surname: ILLESCAS,Patricia Mònica.

Adress: Rivadavia 216 - Azul, Buenos Aires,Argentina.
Zip codde 7300

Monica Illescas.
E-mail and Facebook: artesaniasflorales@gmail.com
PH :Juan Carlos Ramaglio.
Name of work. "In the Way"

Description: Glass Mosaic Bullseye made with dichroic pieces, transparent and opaque bullseye, in total fusion with transparent glass at top. Support of iron.
Appreciating the opportunity to participate, best regards from Argentina

Contact: artesaniasflorales@gmail.com

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Artist:Valerie REY

Email:Luca Rey

Description: Artist Name : Valerie REY
Artist Contact : valerierey@yahoo.com – valerierey.com
Photographer credit : Luca Rey
Title of Work : Effervescence
Short Description of Work : Inspired by Costa Rican Nature
Mixed media, wood, gold leaf and beads glass.
H:50 cm, W:45 cm, D:35 cm
Country of residence: Costa Rica

You can see many of my work at my website : valerierey.com

Contact: valerierey@yahoo.com

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Artist:Marina Brusadin

Description: Artist: Marina Brusadin
Plastic artist
Work: Identidad
Description: Glass float 40 x 40 in 4 layers of 1 cm, image transfer, and enamelled.
Residence: Buenos Aires - Argentina
Contact: tallerarteenvidrio@gmail.com

116608-8479 www.tallerarteenvidrio.com

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Artist:Guzmán, Marisa Sol

Description: Guzmán, Marisa Sol
Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com
Land phone: (0054) 35298348
Title: “Eat love”
Sculpture (Assemble of plaster of glass, clay dish and a stainless steel spoon)
Measurements: Length (28cm), Width (22cm), Height (14cm)

The piece is made up with a plaster of materials. There are two figures of intertwined fishes made of plaster of glass. They are on a base of a clay dish and have a stainless steel spoon.

The title and the image is a metaphor of the encounter of love. It is represented by using the quotidian elements of the essential and vital situation of been nourished.
Country of residence: Argentina, Buenos Aires
Work done in 2014

Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com

Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com

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Description: "MUJERES" by Teresa Del Valle Apud

email: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

Work done in glass bullseye with the technique of "casting". Conformed by three women of different build. Predominate the colors pink and violet, which represent, in my opinion, love and femininity.

La Plata - Buenos Aires - Argentina

Contact: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

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Description: Name of work: Enchantment
Work done with overlapping glass 8mm total thickness, with 40 cm diameter round shape with distortions at the edges, inner paint between 2 glasses in powdered bronze and silver cast on ceramic plate and burned at a temperature of 775 degrees in electric furnace Suitable for fusing

Marizilda Lacerda Martini

www.marizildafusing.blogspot.com.br

551155729203

5511991286462

Ateliê Arte em Vidro

Rua Itamiami,74 Villa Mariana- São Paulo- SP Brasil

CEP 04120100

Contact: www.marizildafusing.blogspot.com.br

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Artist:María de los Santos

Email:Gonzalo Maggi

Description: María de los Santos

mardelosantos@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com.Maria.de.los.Santos.Esculturas

Photographer: Gonzalo Maggi

Country residence: Argentina

Woman

“Woman” is the first work of a work in process about the subject.

Am I talking about myself? About me being a woman, about the ones who came before me, and the ones who will come after me: growing, changing, giving, birth, transmuting, rebirthing…

The same as my friends, my sisters, my mother, my grandmothers, and my great grandmothers; each one of them with their own shadow, their unique history, and with their intuitive wisdom going on and on through generations.

In this work I have used the Pate de Verre technique.

I used only one fine powder color and I modified the intensity, adding different concentrations of powder clear to give the character to my work.

Contact: mardelosantos@gmail.com

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Artist:Alejandro Herrera Guiñazú

Email:Nicolas Ferrara Burgos

Description: Alejandro Herrera Guiñazú
info@vitralmendoza.com.ar
www.ahgesculturas.com
Photographer credit (if any apply)
Nicolas Ferrara Burgos
Title of Work: Suyai
Short Description of Work:
Casting glass, cold working, lamination, river stone, 12.2 x 9.8 x 4.7 inches (31 x 25 x 12 cm.)
I'm working on the stones, cutting, replacing parts of them for solid glass, or casting glass, then carve to its original shape and finally polishing its hidden beauty transforming them into attractive artwork.
Country of residence.
Mendoza, Argentina.

Contact: info@vitralmendoza.com.ar

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Description: Alexandra Almeida
malmeida@hotmail.com
Andres Navas
Whole Nature
COUNTRY: Ecuador
WORK DESCRIPTION:

- Steel base

- Float glass

- Steel small tree leaves. They has an oxid appearance whith a level green color. They were in the oven too and I have a very good appearance

- The trunk: float glass 6mm with a hole in the center. It has many glass colors, like black, brown, green .The glasss sides have been cut, and each circule has texture, and have been baked

- The leaves has many sizes. The biggerone has 91cm, and the smallerone has 51cm.

- The lives color has been with a little pieces of color glass like many kinds of green, yellow, red, blue. In the center of the leave has orange, green and brown. The glass lives are 6mm it’s a sandwich tecnique. I use thermal blanket for the holes. So each leave enter through the steel.The leaves has texture, transparency,and movement.

- The measure of the tree has 1mter 50cm
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Artist:Paula Lekerman

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira

Description: Name Artist: Paula Lekerman
Contact: info@paulalekerman.com.ar
Photo credit:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira
Title: Eternal Return
Description:
My work intends to inquire about the muteness inside me; the underlying
silence to the consciousness.
I am interested in digging into life and death, not as being opposites,
but “the living” as a part of “the dead”.
Depending on what I want to communicate, I use different techniques,
such as pate de verre, fusing, flame working,casting, etc.
Nationality: Argentima

Contact: info@paulalekerman.com.ar

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Artist:Carolina \

Email:Walter Frías.

Description: Artist: Carolina "Chinita" Tevez.

Photographer: Walter Frías.

Title: "From the sea..."

Mirror, frame made from sprectum glass. Leds as back light to ambient by reflection.
Dimentions: 75 x 45 cm.

Country: Argentina.

Contact: tevezsilvanacarolina@gmail.com

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Artist:María Eugenia Alvarez Herrero

Email:Eugenia V. Telechea

Description: Artist Name: María Eugenia Alvarez Herrero
Artist Contact details (email address and website): maruahh@gmail.com
Photographer credit (if any apply): Eugenia V. Telechea
Title of Work: Origami
Short Description of Work: This "Origami" work is part of a series of works in pate de verre, where the use of this technique adapts itself to the flexibility of paper, as well as our lives are adapted to the different experiences. The structure of the origami folds represent the daily routine; the imperfections of the work represent the unexpected events of our lives, and the cracks and absence of material are our scars.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: maruahh@gmail.com

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Artist:Andrea da Ponte

Email:Rosana Silvera

Description: Artist name: Andrea da Ponte

Contact: andreadapontevidrio@gmail.com

www.andreadapontevidrio.com

Photographer's name: Rosana Silvera

Title; Globalizado.

Short description of work or object : Blown glass. Imagen transfer. Screen printer

Country of Recidence: Argentina

Contact: andreadapontevidrio@gmail.com

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Artist:Karina Del Savio

Email:Florencia Downes

Description: Name of artist: Karina Del Savio

to contact : www.karinadelsavio.com.ar ; Facebook: Karina Del Savio; Instagram :

kdelsavio

e-mail: delsaviok@gmail.com

Telephone : 011-54-42583031 or 011 54 1540602294

Photographer: Florencia Downes

Títle: Memory

Description:

Cast Glass with gold lusters 9.2 x 9.2 x 4.2 inches ( Installed)

Contact: www.karinadelsavio.com.ar

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Artist:SILVIA ELISABET MAZZUCHI

Description: SILVIA ELISABET MAZZUCHI
silviamazzuchi@yahoo.com.ar

ARGENTINA

Contact: silviamazzuchi@yahoo.com.ar

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Artist:Laura Rivolta

Description: artist's name: Laura Rivolta
nationality: Argentina
country of residence: Argentina
title of the work: "Ay Güey"
2016
contact information: laurarivolta@hotmail.com
Techniques :

skull, flowers, vase and folder : Pâte de verre.
girl´s photograph: glass printing with frit on Pâte de verre
virgin: casting.
glass type: Bullseye Glass
About the work
I´ve been always concerned to know about and try to understand another customs and cultures.
I spent some time in Mexico and I have observed their rituals on love, death, and transcendence. This culture celebrates the day of the dead and returns them in spirit recalling them with festivities.
In mexican popular homes there are altars with skulls that evoke their beloved dead. They celebrate them with candles, flowers, food, tobacco and alcohol. They believe that in this way they remain in presence and only truly die if you forget them. The day of the dead becomes a party with music, songs, dressed skeletons and altars with skulls and offerings.

This work is a tribute to Mexican culture.

Contact: laurarivolta@hotmail.com

Contact: laurarivolta@hotmail.com

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Artist:Patricia Stranieri

Description: Artist
Patricia Stranieri
Argentina
patriciastranieri@gmail.com

Work
"The Faces"
Casting in Glass Bullseye
15 x 20 x 6 cm

Contact: patriciastranieri@gmail.com

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Artist:Alexandra Moshenek

Description: Artist Alexandra Moshenek
moshenekarteenvidrio@gmail.com http://alexandramoshenek.blogspot.com/

Cell phone (5939) 98712831

Tile of the work
Margarita/Menina

(Personal appropriation of a Menina from Spanish artist Diego Velazquez)

Table top sculpture made in fused float glass with enamels, skirt made in steel rod covered with a lacquer in a champagne color.

70cm high X 55 cm width.

Quito-Ecuador

South America

Contact: (5939) 98712831

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Artist:Sabela Losada

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira

Description: Artist Name: Sabela Losada
Artist Contact details: http://sabelalosada.wixsite.com/vidrio
Photographer credit: Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira
Title of Work: Horizonte abierto (Limitless horizon)
Short Description of Work: As a small girl, I used to love sitting on the sand to watch the ocean (the sea so deep, transparent, luminous, fragile and resistant as glass is). Even then, its constant rhythm soothed me, its furious explosions empowered me, its limitless horizon freed me and I saw myself in the comings and goings of the tide. Those days, in front of the sea, that little girl learnt the meaning of one of the most powerful words: freedom.
Lost wax cast glass, stained carob tree
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: http://sabelalosada.wixsite.com/vidrio

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Description: Artists
Arq. David Ernesto Sánchez Prieto
Ing. Dasmián Omar Sánchez Prieto
(Country:Cuba
www.daluzcuba.com
Email: daluzcuba@gmail.com
david.sanchez@pprincipe.cult.cu

Stained Glass: Daytime in Camagüey

Size : 3,0m x 1,74 m.

Contact: www.daluzcuba.com

Details: Arq. David Ernesto Sánchez Prieto

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Artist:Viviana N. Caprarulo

Description: Viviana N. Caprarulo
vcaprarulo@yahoo.com
www.vnc-arteenvidrio.com.ar
Eri “zos” vos?
The sea urchins, which were firstly modelled in wax, were made with the “pâte de verre” technique using float glass and enamels.

Contact: vcaprarulo@yahoo.com

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Artist:Arq. Pablo Mora ordóñez

Email:Soledad Mora Ordóñez

Description: Artist name: Arq. Pablo Mora ordóñez
Email adderess: mora.arte@hotmail.com pablomora@moraarte.com
Web: www.moraarte.com
Photograf: Soledad Mora Ordóñez
Title: Procesión Andina
Descriptión: Is a window that represents in a magical language some of the believes and
spiritual costumes in South America. It is full of historical elements from the area.
It has 45 square meters of leaded stained glass. Uses a lot of pieces in grisaglia and fusing glass.
Country of residence: Ecuador South America.

Contact: mora.arte@hotmail.com

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Artist:ANA GALLACHER

Email:Maru Colossimo.

Description: Artist name: ANA GALLACHER

Artist contact details: anagallacher@hotmail.com

Photographer: Maru Colossimo.

Title: "Trophy"

Short description of the work:

With a little bit of humour and irony this heart is presented as a trophy, a trophy collected with many others by some mercyless seducer.

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: anagallacher@hotmail.com

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Artist:J.Nicolás Cuevas

Email:J.Nicolás Cuevas

Description: Artist Name: J.Nicolás Cuevas
Artist Contact details:
email address:nixcuevas@gmail.com
website: www.ignium.com.ar

Photographer credit (if any apply):J.Nicolás Cuevas
Title of Work: man made man
Short Description of Work: glass seed beads, wire. Fired in glass kiln at different temperatures
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: nixcuevas@gmail.com

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Artist:Mónica Adler

Description: Mónica Adler
www.monicaadler.com.ar

Contact: www.monicaadler.com.ar

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Artist:Sergio Mussini.

Description: My name is Paty Serbali.
Email: patyserbali@gmail.com
web: www.patyserbali.com
Photographer: Sergio Mussini.
Title of the work: "Quasi Humano VII". It is the last of the works of a series that attempts to describe humans in the state of evolution in which I feel we are.
Country of residence: Argentina.

Contact: patyserbali@gmail.com, web: www.patyserbali.com

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Artist:NATALIA GERSCHCOVICH

Email:SANTIAGO HARTE

Description: ARTIST NAME: NATALIA GERSCHCOVICH

SCULPTURE NAME: SENSAÇÃO

WAS MADE: 2017
DIMENTIONS: 25CM X 35CM X 16CM
TECNIC: KILN CASTING, COLDWORKING ( WAS MADE WITH NATIONAL GLASS)

PHOTOGRAPHER: SANTIAGO HARTE

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE: BRAZIL
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Artist:LILIAN MARGULIS

Description: Artist LILIAN MARGULIS
Contact lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com
Www.lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com. com.ar
Title GARDEN IN NOVEMBER
Description This piece was made in pate de veré technique with Bullseye frits and inclusions of fused Bullseye modeled glass. The heart where they are joined is made of wire .

Contact: lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com

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Artist:Ana Maldonado

Description: Artist name: Ana Maldonado

e mail: maldoana@yahoo.com.ar
http://www.anamaldonado.com.ar/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maldoana/

Title of the work: Becoming a Butterfly (Tránsformándose en mariposa)

The work represents a butterfly coming out of its cocoon, and it was made in two separated pieces.

Technique: Glass Paste

Measurements: 15x8x5 cm

Date of done: 2016

Argentina

Contact: maldoana@yahoo.com.ar

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Artist:Lourdes Zenobi

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Olivera

Description: Lourdes Zenobi
mlzenobi@yahoo.com
www.lourdeszenobi.com

MEMORPHOSIS II
Description of Work:
I want to achieve the sense of perpetual existence for what I keep inside of me, for my inner feelings, in order to remind me and us of past experiences. I use glass because I feel that the crystal will last and will remain with me forever, so the cycle of life, the metamorphosis, will be repeated constantly
Techniques
Casting, lithography on glass, powder printing,
Description
Glass, paper, 35cm x 40 cm x 120 cm
Photographer: Mariano Frisoli de Olivera

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: mlzenobi@yahoo.com

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Artist:EDUARDO JORGE LAVORATO

Description: Artist Name: EDUARDO JORGE LAVORATO
eduardo_lavorato@yahoo.com
Title of Work: KOPIWE
Short description of Work: 10” Float Glass Square Tile. It is made with thousands of little enameled float glass squares arranged like a Mapuche textile design named KOPIWE. It took several firings in order to get color and texture. The “Mapuches” are people originated from South America (Chile and Argentine Patagonia) with a lot of traditions, textiles and silver jewelry. The “Kopiwe” (Copihue) is the national flower of Chile. The frame (digital design and 3D printed) also contains several Mapuche designs, like the Anümka, the Pichikemenküe and the Külpuwe Ñimin.
Country of Residence: ARGENTINE

Contact: lavorato@yahoo.com

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Artist:Natalia Phillips Bulgarelli

Description: Artist Name: Natalia Phillips Bulgarelli
E-mail: natiph@gmail.com
Web: https://issuu.com/nataliaphillips/docs/portfolio_natalia_phillips_glassmat
Web: www.glassmateria.com
Title of work: Playful Perception
Short Description of Work:

The development of children's imagination is characterized by the ability to create intimate and personal fantasy worlds where the subject is generally the protagonist and where there are no limits or restrictions of any kind for the impulse of their freedom.

- Playful Perception - is the personal interpretation of an infantile sensation towards the figures or forms that compose a landscape.
Country of Residence: Costa Rica

Contact: natiph@gmail.com

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Artist:Claudia Golzman

Email:Carolina Nicora

Description: Name of the artist: Claudia Golzman
Contact information: claudiagolzman@gmail.com
Photographer Name: Carolina Nicora
Title of the work: Migrant silent desesperation
Brief description of the work:

My work experiment with new and different forms of touching through a material so sensitive as the glass. I find in it delicacy and fragility. It is cold and faithful at the same time.

I consider glass as a means and a barrier. It let us see but not pass, as a barrier so real and so illusory.

The emblem of emotions.

I work chewing the migrations, the refugees, and the impossibility of getting places where to live.

I am deeply looking for the process of refine the genuine question whether human life is stronger than desire.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: claudiagolzman@gmail.com

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Artist:Heraclio Vidal Yucra H.

Email:Heraclio Vidal.

Description: Name: Heraclio Vidal Yucra H.
Contact: yucra_vidal@hotmail.com
Photography: Heraclio Vidal.
Title: Transito.
Technique: Glass engraving and laminated glass.
Measure: 39x29x6cm.
Country: Perú
Descripction.
Glass like no other material allows me to créate different optical illusions, conbined with grinding, cutting, engraving,
Polishing,laminated glass and all cold working techniques.
Shaping with their tones and their contrasts from different angles and perspectives, recreating the visualization and
Three-dimensionallity efec.
Glass is more than a simple fragile transparent amorphous inorganic material, for me is a material that allows me to
Medited introspectively and to have especial visión of the human being through the glass.

Contact: yucra_vidal@hotmail.com

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Artist:Elvira Schuartz

Email:Rafael Miranda

Description: Artist Name: Elvira Schuartz

Artist Contact details: elvira@espacozero.com.br / espacozero.com.br

Photographer credit: Rafael Miranda

Title of Work: Octopus

Short Description of Work:

Temptation, the magic word of the 21th century. For that, we fall apart without realising. Theater, books and orchestras have sugested wills. Radio, TV and moovies have explicited temptations. Social media and internet, bring wills and temptations at the tip of our fingers.

For each touch of the index finger on a gorila glass, hundred of tentacles emerge to surface to hugh and choke us. Without realize, we go to sleep with the wishes in our pijama's pocket.

The tentacle of an octopus is a tribute for the seducction of a liquid world.

Country of residence: São Paulo, Brasil

Contact: elvira@espacozero.com.br

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Artist:Edgardo de Bórtoli

Email:Víktor Quijada

Description: Artist Name: Edgardo de Bórtoli

Artist Contact details (email address and website):

MAIL: edgardodebortoli@hotmail.com
WEB PAGE: www.edgardodebortoli.com

Photographer credit: Víktor Quijada

Title of Work: Dead Alive Series, No. 3

Short Description of Work: (attached)

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: edgardodebortoli@hotmail.com

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Artist:Rita Neumann

Email:Sebastian Gringhaus

Description: Name: Rita Neumann
Email and Website: rineumann@hotmail.com
www.ritaneumann.com.ar

Photographer credit: Sebastian Gringhaus

Title of work: Gifts for my baby.

Short description of work: Childhood memorys. Casting.

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: rineumann@hotmail.com

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Artist:Antonella Perrone

Email:Jorge Nicolás Cuevas

Description: Artist Name: Antonella Perrone
Artist Contact details:
email address: floresenlanieve@gmail.com
website: www.ignium.com.ar
Photographer credit (if any apply): Jorge Nicolás Cuevas
Title of Work: intento
Short Description of Work: Glass kiln casting, hand polished, paper thin pate de verre.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: floresenlanieve@gmail.com

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Artist:Silvia Susana Fresoli

Email:Celia Di Bernardo

Description: Artist s name: Silvia Susana Fresoli
email: sfresoli@hotmail.com
Facebook: Fresoli Arte
Photographer s: Celia Di Bernardo
Title: Canoe of muy Paranà river
This canoe is part of a work,made virth different kinds of glasses,colorus and textures.
It is made in the pate verre tecnique on a plaster mold,wiht frits of Bullseye,grain 2,in gradient of yellows and oranges.
It is placed on a pedestal made of ironrods.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: sfresoli@hotmail.com

Contact: sfresoli@hotmail.com

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Artist:Adriano Gloeden

Email:Dimas Gloeden

Description: Artist. Adriano Gloeden.
Contact:Barrocoatelier@gmail.com
Photographer:Dimas Gloeden.
Details:Borosilicate glass sculpture, Flameworking technique
Country: Brazil.

Contact: Barrocoatelier@gmail.com

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Artist:DINA TUROVLIN

Description: Artist : DINA TUROVLIN

Contact : dinaturovlin@gmail.com

Title : "FRAGMENTS"

Description : Fused bullseye glass
35 x 60 x 8 cm
This work was inspired by a textile loom-work
Represents the waves of live, the fragility and strength of different stages.

Residence : MONTEVIDEO - URUGUAY

Contact: dinaturovlin@gmail.com

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Artist:BERNARDA CRUZ

Email:Florencia Luna

Description: Artist Name: BERNARDA CRUZ
Contact Details: bcruz04@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/BernardaCruzVidrioJoyas
Photograph by: Florencia Luna
Title of Work: Blue Drop Pendant
Work Description: Lampwork glass bead with silver findings (.925), all handmade. Glass used: Moretti soft glass
Country of Residence: ECUADOR

Contact: bcruz04@hotmail.com

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Artist:Beatriz Susana Favaretto

Email:Ricardo Ricci

Description: Artist: Beatriz Susana Favaretto

Title: Silence is Golden

Photographer: Ricardo Ricci

Details:

Technique: Cast Glass

Dimensions: H 24cm. W 36cm. D 15cm

Country : Argentina

Contact: susanafavaretto@hotmail.com

Contact: susanafavaretto@hotmail.com

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Artist:Janine Altman

Description: Artist Name: Janine Altman
email addrees: janine.altman@gmail.com
website: www.janinealtman.com
Title of Work: Under the Sea
Under the sea, full of shapes and colours, forms an extraordinary world of magic and fantasy. It creates an environment that lets our imagination fly, a safe place to be ourselves. Under the sea belongs to another dimension, where dreams can come true and new emotions can be discovered and felt.

This artwork was created using two techniques: flameworking and fusion glass, and three different types of glass: float glass, bullseye glass and recycled glass. A frame of wood surrounds these structures. Besides, the former is supported by an iron structure that allows placing the artwork in five different positions. The wide variety of positions, including totally horizontal and almost totally vertical, make possible the incorporation of this work in every home.

Country of residence: Uruguay

Contact: janine.altman@gmail.com

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Description: Name and surname: ILLESCAS,Patricia Mònica.

Adress: Rivadavia 216 - Azul, Buenos Aires,Argentina.
Zip codde 7300

Monica Illescas.
E-mail and Facebook: artesaniasflorales@gmail.com
PH :Juan Carlos Ramaglio.
Name of work. "In the Way"

Description: Glass Mosaic Bullseye made with dichroic pieces, transparent and opaque bullseye, in total fusion with transparent glass at top. Support of iron.
Appreciating the opportunity to participate, best regards from Argentina

Contact: artesaniasflorales@gmail.com

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Artist:Valerie REY

Email:Luca Rey

Description: Artist Name : Valerie REY
Artist Contact : valerierey@yahoo.com – valerierey.com
Photographer credit : Luca Rey
Title of Work : Effervescence
Short Description of Work : Inspired by Costa Rican Nature
Mixed media, wood, gold leaf and beads glass.
H:50 cm, W:45 cm, D:35 cm
Country of residence: Costa Rica

You can see many of my work at my website : valerierey.com

Contact: valerierey@yahoo.com

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Artist:Marina Brusadin

Description: Artist: Marina Brusadin
Plastic artist
Work: Identidad
Description: Glass float 40 x 40 in 4 layers of 1 cm, image transfer, and enamelled.
Residence: Buenos Aires - Argentina
Contact: tallerarteenvidrio@gmail.com

116608-8479 www.tallerarteenvidrio.com

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Artist:Guzmán, Marisa Sol

Description: Guzmán, Marisa Sol
Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com
Land phone: (0054) 35298348
Title: “Eat love”
Sculpture (Assemble of plaster of glass, clay dish and a stainless steel spoon)
Measurements: Length (28cm), Width (22cm), Height (14cm)

The piece is made up with a plaster of materials. There are two figures of intertwined fishes made of plaster of glass. They are on a base of a clay dish and have a stainless steel spoon.

The title and the image is a metaphor of the encounter of love. It is represented by using the quotidian elements of the essential and vital situation of been nourished.
Country of residence: Argentina, Buenos Aires
Work done in 2014

Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com

Contact: marisasolguz@gmail.com

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Description: "MUJERES" by Teresa Del Valle Apud

email: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

Work done in glass bullseye with the technique of "casting". Conformed by three women of different build. Predominate the colors pink and violet, which represent, in my opinion, love and femininity.

La Plata - Buenos Aires - Argentina

Contact: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

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Description: Name of work: Enchantment
Work done with overlapping glass 8mm total thickness, with 40 cm diameter round shape with distortions at the edges, inner paint between 2 glasses in powdered bronze and silver cast on ceramic plate and burned at a temperature of 775 degrees in electric furnace Suitable for fusing

Marizilda Lacerda Martini

www.marizildafusing.blogspot.com.br

551155729203

5511991286462

Ateliê Arte em Vidro

Rua Itamiami,74 Villa Mariana- São Paulo- SP Brasil

CEP 04120100

Contact: www.marizildafusing.blogspot.com.br

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Artist:María de los Santos

Email:Gonzalo Maggi

Description: María de los Santos

mardelosantos@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com.Maria.de.los.Santos.Esculturas

Photographer: Gonzalo Maggi

Country residence: Argentina

Woman

“Woman” is the first work of a work in process about the subject.

Am I talking about myself? About me being a woman, about the ones who came before me, and the ones who will come after me: growing, changing, giving, birth, transmuting, rebirthing…

The same as my friends, my sisters, my mother, my grandmothers, and my great grandmothers; each one of them with their own shadow, their unique history, and with their intuitive wisdom going on and on through generations.

In this work I have used the Pate de Verre technique.

I used only one fine powder color and I modified the intensity, adding different concentrations of powder clear to give the character to my work.

Contact: mardelosantos@gmail.com

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Artist:Alejandro Herrera Guiñazú

Email:Nicolas Ferrara Burgos

Description: Alejandro Herrera Guiñazú
info@vitralmendoza.com.ar
www.ahgesculturas.com
Photographer credit (if any apply)
Nicolas Ferrara Burgos
Title of Work: Suyai
Short Description of Work:
Casting glass, cold working, lamination, river stone, 12.2 x 9.8 x 4.7 inches (31 x 25 x 12 cm.)
I'm working on the stones, cutting, replacing parts of them for solid glass, or casting glass, then carve to its original shape and finally polishing its hidden beauty transforming them into attractive artwork.
Country of residence.
Mendoza, Argentina.

Contact: info@vitralmendoza.com.ar

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Description: Alexandra Almeida
malmeida@hotmail.com
Andres Navas
Whole Nature
COUNTRY: Ecuador
WORK DESCRIPTION:

- Steel base

- Float glass

- Steel small tree leaves. They has an oxid appearance whith a level green color. They were in the oven too and I have a very good appearance

- The trunk: float glass 6mm with a hole in the center. It has many glass colors, like black, brown, green .The glasss sides have been cut, and each circule has texture, and have been baked

- The leaves has many sizes. The biggerone has 91cm, and the smallerone has 51cm.

- The lives color has been with a little pieces of color glass like many kinds of green, yellow, red, blue. In the center of the leave has orange, green and brown. The glass lives are 6mm it’s a sandwich tecnique. I use thermal blanket for the holes. So each leave enter through the steel.The leaves has texture, transparency,and movement.

- The measure of the tree has 1mter 50cm
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Artist:Paula Lekerman

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira

Description: Name Artist: Paula Lekerman
Contact: info@paulalekerman.com.ar
Photo credit:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira
Title: Eternal Return
Description:
My work intends to inquire about the muteness inside me; the underlying
silence to the consciousness.
I am interested in digging into life and death, not as being opposites,
but “the living” as a part of “the dead”.
Depending on what I want to communicate, I use different techniques,
such as pate de verre, fusing, flame working,casting, etc.
Nationality: Argentima

Contact: info@paulalekerman.com.ar

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Artist:Carolina \

Email:Walter Frías.

Description: Artist: Carolina "Chinita" Tevez.

Photographer: Walter Frías.

Title: "From the sea..."

Mirror, frame made from sprectum glass. Leds as back light to ambient by reflection.
Dimentions: 75 x 45 cm.

Country: Argentina.

Contact: tevezsilvanacarolina@gmail.com

Contact: tevezsilvanacarolina@gmail.com

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Artist:María Eugenia Alvarez Herrero

Email:Eugenia V. Telechea

Description: Artist Name: María Eugenia Alvarez Herrero
Artist Contact details (email address and website): maruahh@gmail.com
Photographer credit (if any apply): Eugenia V. Telechea
Title of Work: Origami
Short Description of Work: This "Origami" work is part of a series of works in pate de verre, where the use of this technique adapts itself to the flexibility of paper, as well as our lives are adapted to the different experiences. The structure of the origami folds represent the daily routine; the imperfections of the work represent the unexpected events of our lives, and the cracks and absence of material are our scars.
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: maruahh@gmail.com

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Artist:Andrea da Ponte

Email:Rosana Silvera

Description: Artist name: Andrea da Ponte

Contact: andreadapontevidrio@gmail.com

www.andreadapontevidrio.com

Photographer's name: Rosana Silvera

Title; Globalizado.

Short description of work or object : Blown glass. Imagen transfer. Screen printer

Country of Recidence: Argentina

Contact: andreadapontevidrio@gmail.com

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Artist:Karina Del Savio

Email:Florencia Downes

Description: Name of artist: Karina Del Savio

to contact : www.karinadelsavio.com.ar ; Facebook: Karina Del Savio; Instagram :

kdelsavio

e-mail: delsaviok@gmail.com

Telephone : 011-54-42583031 or 011 54 1540602294

Photographer: Florencia Downes

Títle: Memory

Description:

Cast Glass with gold lusters 9.2 x 9.2 x 4.2 inches ( Installed)

Contact: www.karinadelsavio.com.ar

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Artist:SILVIA ELISABET MAZZUCHI

Description: SILVIA ELISABET MAZZUCHI
silviamazzuchi@yahoo.com.ar

ARGENTINA

Contact: silviamazzuchi@yahoo.com.ar

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Artist:Laura Rivolta

Description: artist's name: Laura Rivolta
nationality: Argentina
country of residence: Argentina
title of the work: "Ay Güey"
2016
contact information: laurarivolta@hotmail.com
Techniques :

skull, flowers, vase and folder : Pâte de verre.
girl´s photograph: glass printing with frit on Pâte de verre
virgin: casting.
glass type: Bullseye Glass
About the work
I´ve been always concerned to know about and try to understand another customs and cultures.
I spent some time in Mexico and I have observed their rituals on love, death, and transcendence. This culture celebrates the day of the dead and returns them in spirit recalling them with festivities.
In mexican popular homes there are altars with skulls that evoke their beloved dead. They celebrate them with candles, flowers, food, tobacco and alcohol. They believe that in this way they remain in presence and only truly die if you forget them. The day of the dead becomes a party with music, songs, dressed skeletons and altars with skulls and offerings.

This work is a tribute to Mexican culture.

Contact: laurarivolta@hotmail.com

Contact: laurarivolta@hotmail.com

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Artist:Patricia Stranieri

Description: Artist
Patricia Stranieri
Argentina
patriciastranieri@gmail.com

Work
"The Faces"
Casting in Glass Bullseye
15 x 20 x 6 cm

Contact: patriciastranieri@gmail.com

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Artist:Alexandra Moshenek

Description: Artist Alexandra Moshenek
moshenekarteenvidrio@gmail.com http://alexandramoshenek.blogspot.com/

Cell phone (5939) 98712831

Tile of the work
Margarita/Menina

(Personal appropriation of a Menina from Spanish artist Diego Velazquez)

Table top sculpture made in fused float glass with enamels, skirt made in steel rod covered with a lacquer in a champagne color.

70cm high X 55 cm width.

Quito-Ecuador

South America

Contact: (5939) 98712831

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Artist:Sabela Losada

Email:Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira

Description: Artist Name: Sabela Losada
Artist Contact details: http://sabelalosada.wixsite.com/vidrio
Photographer credit: Mariano Frisoli de Oliveira
Title of Work: Horizonte abierto (Limitless horizon)
Short Description of Work: As a small girl, I used to love sitting on the sand to watch the ocean (the sea so deep, transparent, luminous, fragile and resistant as glass is). Even then, its constant rhythm soothed me, its furious explosions empowered me, its limitless horizon freed me and I saw myself in the comings and goings of the tide. Those days, in front of the sea, that little girl learnt the meaning of one of the most powerful words: freedom.
Lost wax cast glass, stained carob tree
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: http://sabelalosada.wixsite.com/vidrio

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Description: Artists
Arq. David Ernesto Sánchez Prieto
Ing. Dasmián Omar Sánchez Prieto
(Country:Cuba
www.daluzcuba.com
Email: daluzcuba@gmail.com
david.sanchez@pprincipe.cult.cu

Stained Glass: Daytime in Camagüey

Size : 3,0m x 1,74 m.

Contact: www.daluzcuba.com

Details: Arq. David Ernesto Sánchez Prieto

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Artist:Viviana N. Caprarulo

Description: Viviana N. Caprarulo
vcaprarulo@yahoo.com
www.vnc-arteenvidrio.com.ar
Eri “zos” vos?
The sea urchins, which were firstly modelled in wax, were made with the “pâte de verre” technique using float glass and enamels.

Contact: vcaprarulo@yahoo.com

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Artist:Arq. Pablo Mora ordóñez

Email:Soledad Mora Ordóñez

Description: Artist name: Arq. Pablo Mora ordóñez
Email adderess: mora.arte@hotmail.com pablomora@moraarte.com
Web: www.moraarte.com
Photograf: Soledad Mora Ordóñez
Title: Procesión Andina
Descriptión: Is a window that represents in a magical language some of the believes and
spiritual costumes in South America. It is full of historical elements from the area.
It has 45 square meters of leaded stained glass. Uses a lot of pieces in grisaglia and fusing glass.
Country of residence: Ecuador South America.

Contact: mora.arte@hotmail.com

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Artist:ANA GALLACHER

Email:Maru Colossimo.

Description: Artist name: ANA GALLACHER

Artist contact details: anagallacher@hotmail.com

Photographer: Maru Colossimo.

Title: "Trophy"

Short description of the work:

With a little bit of humour and irony this heart is presented as a trophy, a trophy collected with many others by some mercyless seducer.

Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: anagallacher@hotmail.com

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Artist:J.Nicolás Cuevas

Email:J.Nicolás Cuevas

Description: Artist Name: J.Nicolás Cuevas
Artist Contact details:
email address:nixcuevas@gmail.com
website: www.ignium.com.ar

Photographer credit (if any apply):J.Nicolás Cuevas
Title of Work: man made man
Short Description of Work: glass seed beads, wire. Fired in glass kiln at different temperatures
Country of residence: Argentina

Contact: nixcuevas@gmail.com

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Artist:Mónica Adler

Description: Mónica Adler
www.monicaadler.com.ar

Contact: www.monicaadler.com.ar

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Artist:Sergio Mussini.

Description: My name is Paty Serbali.
Email: patyserbali@gmail.com
web: www.patyserbali.com
Photographer: Sergio Mussini.
Title of the work: "Quasi Humano VII". It is the last of the works of a series that attempts to describe humans in the state of evolution in which I feel we are.
Country of residence: Argentina.

Contact: patyserbali@gmail.com, web: www.patyserbali.com

Contact: patyserbali@gmail.com

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Artist:NATALIA GERSCHCOVICH

Email:SANTIAGO HARTE

Description: ARTIST NAME: NATALIA GERSCHCOVICH

SCULPTURE NAME: SENSAÇÃO

WAS MADE: 2017
DIMENTIONS: 25CM X 35CM X 16CM
TECNIC: KILN CASTING, COLDWORKING ( WAS MADE WITH NATIONAL GLASS)

PHOTOGRAPHER: SANTIAGO HARTE

COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE: BRAZIL
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Artist:LILIAN MARGULIS

Description: Artist LILIAN MARGULIS
Contact lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com
Www.lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com. com.ar
Title GARDEN IN NOVEMBER
Description This piece was made in pate de veré technique with Bullseye frits and inclusions of fused Bullseye modeled glass. The heart where they are joined is made of wire .

Contact: lilianmargulisart209@gmail.com

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Artist:Ana Maldonado

Description: Artist name: Ana Maldonado

e mail: maldoana@yahoo.com.ar
http://www.anamaldonado.com.ar/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maldoana/

Title of the work: Becoming a Butterfly (Tránsformándose en mariposa)

The work represents a butterfly coming out of its cocoon, and it was made in two separated pieces.

Technique: Glass Paste

Measurements: 15x8x5 cm

Date of done: 2016

Argentina

Contact: maldoana@yahoo.com.ar

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