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A New Video!

In November I had the pleasure of giving a talk here in Portsmouth, NH at The Music Hall Loft for their CreativeMornings Series.

The title of my talk was Transparency - From Hippy Van to the Smithsonian collection. In it I speak about the jewelry and objects I have made, my creative process, and the path that I have traveled to get where I am today.

I'm excited to be able to share it with you. Enjoy!

 

 

CMOG Hot ShopStudio Demonstration

I am very excited that The Corning Museum of Glass has posted my Hot Shop Demonstration on YouTube. I had the privilege of using the CMOG Gaffers to create the beginning work of my chandelier. What a great event! The experience gave me new ideas and insight into how I can incorporate blown elements into my future work.

At the end of the demo, the piece broke while being removed from the pontil. It will be re-blown, a reminder that making is at times not perfect! Glass sometimes breaks; it is part of the process, and part of life's teachings.

P.S. A BIG thank you to gaffer George Kennard and the Hot Glass team!!

 
July 2016

 

Local TV Interview!

I was interviewed by the Portsmouth, New Hampshire, local public media/TV station in January, 2014. They asked me to speak about my work because I was awarded the 2013 New Hampshire Seacoast Spot Light Award for Ceramic and Glass.

I was really quite fun (even if I was a little nervous!) to be filmed for my local public access TV channel.

 

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CMOG Studio Demonstrations: Kristina Logan

Watch as I demonstrate beadmaking on February 8, 2012 during my Beadmaking: Expanding Your Skills class at The Studio at The Corning Museum of Glass. My course focused on a broad spectrum of techniques: surface decorations, dots galore, clear casing, working large beads, and troubleshooting common mistakes and difficulties.

 

See other CMOG Studio demonstrations here...

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Meet the Artist: Kristina Logan

The Corning Museum Of Glass has just released the video of a lecture I gave at the Museum in 2009 called Meet the Artist: Kristina Logan. It is 31 minutes long and I've just had a chance to watch it myself.

The quality of the video is not quite the same as if you were in the audience that evening, but you will get a good view of the images I presented. My lecture is subtitled in English so you will be able to follow it clearly. If you view it all the way to the end, you will see the next body of work that I am now working on!

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An interview with NH Chronicle
NH Chronicle from WMUR-TV 9 also came by my studio
to do an interview. It was my pleasure to do the interview and
they filmed part of my process of making a bead.

Kristina Logan at the torch

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In Murano!

I taught a workshop in Davide Penso's studio in Murano, Italy summer 2011.
I had a great time teaching this class.
They even made a video!

 

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A fun visit with the Gossip Lady!
Another peek into my studio is a video that is rather campy & fun
seen through the eyes of a local character, "The Gossip Lady"
who is always on the hunt for interesting people and places.
She really got me to laugh! - Kristina

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Kristina Logan DVD
A complete portrait of Kristina as an artist

Note from Kristina:
I'm honored & thrilled to let you know about the DVD I made with the Corning Museum of Glass for their Master Series.

It was an exciting process making the DVD during 3 days of filming at the Studio @ Corning. You will see me working in their beautiful studio space and talking with David Whitehouse, the director of the Corning Museum of Glass on the DVD. This is my first DVD so adding dots to a complex bead while being filmed did add a little bit of pressure!

I'm happy to say that the filmakers really did capture what I do on a daily basis and what I think about when I work. My process of going from a bead to a piece of jewelry is also shown.

I have the DVD for sale right here on my web site if you are interested. Here is a link to it in my gallery shop.

Enjoy! - Kristina

You can watch a clip from the DVD right here:


August 2012