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Yoko Yagi

Yoko Yagi became intrigued with kilnformed glass after seeing the work of Klaus Moje. She attended a workshop with Moje in 1998, and later served as his interpreter and assistant in Japan. Obsessed with creating pattern, she began working with murrine, a traditional Venetian glassmaking...

Loretta H. Yang is the pioneering artist behind contemporary Chinese liuli glass. She has devoted her life to the art of liuli for close to three decades and, in the process, has revived the ancient Chinese technique of pâte de verre lost wax casting and instigated the...

A man with slicked back gray hair wearing a dark gray sweater works at a table cutting pieces of glass.

While working as a sales assistant in a stained glass supply shop, Peter Young first became intrigued with the medium and began teaching himself the craft. His obsession with stained glass was amplified after exploring the cathedrals of France, propelling him to pursue the medium as a career. A...

Harumi Yukutake earned her BFA from Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan, and her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, R.I. She is currently on the faculty of Toyama City Institute of Glass Art in Toyama, Japan. Yukutake served on the board of directors of the Glass Art Society...