Association features touch of glass

City Times

The Art Glass Association of Southern California (AGASC) held its 25th annual juried art glass exhibit Nov. 3-14 at studio 21 in Spanish Village at Balboa Park. All artists that participated in the exhibit were members of AGASC.

A spectrum of glass related media was shown (cold glass, warm glass, hot glass, mixed media glass and uroboros), while various members were judged and awarded. Lucy Paradise of Paradise Glass Works (Sedona, Arizona) and Howard Sandberg of Coating by Sandberg, Inc.(Orange California) acted as judges independent of the association.

The AGASC, founded in 1981 by local San Diego glass artists, sought to educate the public and spread interest in glass art. Now with over 200 members in this non – profit association, their success is clear as glass.

For more information, contact Jan Petek at (619) 479-6081 or [email protected].

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