Each year the Museum’s patron group, the Ennion Society, chooses an object to acquire using the group’s donations. Last night at the annual Ennion Society dinner, this year’s acquisition—Marquetry Vase with Water Lilies—was announced.
Paul and Elmerina Parkman have been coming to The Corning Museum of Glass since the early 1970s, when they first began collecting American Studio Glass. “We like to learn,” says Paul. “When my mother died, she passed on to us … Read more →
Only 2 more days until Tagliapietra’s installation soars into the new Contemporary Art + Design Wing. Endeavor, Lino Tagliapietra, Seattle, WA, 2004. Purchased in honor of James R. Houghton with funds from Corning Inc. and gifts from the Ennion Society, … Read more →
My introduction to the world of glass occurred in the early 1970s through Minna and Sidney Rosenblatt, noted antique dealers who inspired and ultimately mentored me. At that time, the American Studio Glass movement was young and, even though the … Read more →