By Erik Olsen
March 18, 2017
“For over a thousand-years, the technology and techniques used to make stained glass have not changed all that much. Artists cut large panes of colored glass into smaller pieces, and assemble them using molten lead into works of mostly-religious art. The process is time-consuming and labor-intensive.
And that makes it ripe for disruption. Working in a vast, brand-new sunlit studio just off the steep ravines of the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena, California, a small team of artists is looking to do just that, using a novel technique developed by one of the world’s top glass artists.”