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Galleries

Currently I am not offering a shopping cart service through this website. You can, however, contact me directly via my Contact page to inquire...better yet, shop on-line at any one of the following fantastic galleries to find my work:

Arkansas Arts Center Museum Shop - Little Rock, AR

ArtisanCraftedLighting.com - Online Shopping

Blue - Asheville, NC

Butler Center Gallery - Little Rock, AR

Craftsman House - St. Petersburg, FL

Drawl Gallery - Little Rock, AR

Easy Street Gallery - Annapolis, MD

Function + Art - Ogden, UT

Glass Menagerie - Glass Menagerie, Corning, NY

Glass Reunions - Key West, FL

Iago - Blowing Rock, NC

Karg Art Glass - Kechi, KS

Leopold Gallery - Kansas City, MO

M2 Gallery - Little Rock, AR

Osage Clayworks - Osage, AR

RARE Gallery - Jackson Hole, Wy

Silver Queen Fine Art - Park City, UT

Taylor Gallery - Springdale, AR

Witford Laguna - Laguna Niguel, CA

Witford SF - San Francisco, CA

Zark's - Eureka Springs, AR

Organizations

Eureka Springs School of the Arts - School for artists and craftsmen

Arkansas Craft School - School for artists and craftsmen

Arkansas Sculptors Guild - Statewide organization helping Arkansas sculptors market their work

Arkansas Craft Guild - Statewide organization helping Arkansas craft artists market their work

Art Alliance For Contemporary Glass - not-for-profit organization whose mission is to further the development and appreciation of art made from glass

Glass Art Society - to encourage excellence, to advance education, to promote the appreciation and development of the glass arts

Glass Discussion Board - online forum for technical information on glass

National American Glass Club - national organization which holds seminars on glass every year.

Glass (and other) Artists

Leon Niehues - Basketmaker in Huntsville, Arkansas

Doug Stowe - Woodworker in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Gartner Blade - Glass Makers, Ashley Falls, Massachusetts

Joe and Georgia Pozycinski - Bronze and Glass, Sparta, Missouri

Michael Schwade - Jeweler in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

The Studio

The studio is in the woods near Osage, Arkansas. It started as a pottery studio built by Newt Lale of Osage Clayworks. In 1990 Newt bought the old Stamps Historical Store, a three story native stone building built in 1901. Newt moved to downtown Osage. And Ed moved way out in the woods. He remodeled the studio and closed in the "kiln shed" for a hot glass shop.
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