When did this video come out? Where was I???
It’s really wonderful – Enjoy:
For more on Steve’s work, click through to his website.
Gosh–I thought Bullseye produced it. Guess not…
I agree, though–it’s a very nice piece on kilnforming and Dr. Immerman’s work.
I think we can all inspire to be as inspirational as Steve. Congradulations to a very accomplished surgen and artists, and we can all hardly waite till his retirement . I for one look forward to meeting Steve someday.
Thanks for sharing the link. Love Steve’s work and he also has shared a number of tutorials on his website that are very informative too.
I have always been a fan of Doc Steve’s work. I met him last year at GAS – I first startled him in the elevator and ran into him a couple of other times. I think the poor guy thought I was stalking him! Like Cynthia, I thought BE produced the video. I’m surprised to find out that you didn’t.
No, I WISH we could take credit for something this good.
Oddly, I think that we’re about to release a segment on Doc Steve in our Glass for Life series:
It’s got some of the same flavor of this video clip, but I don’t think that Mary Kay’s team had seen this piece while they were working on it. Serendipity.
So what next, Steve? 60 Minutes?
I also think Steve’s website is beautifully set up. So professional and exquisite work. His photography is next to none and you can move around the site with ease. His sharing of his techniques helps us all to want to experiment and find new and innovative ways to work the glass and we all are the benefactors of his kind heart and steady hand in more ways than one. Thankyou for sharing this Lani.
Bullseye did his website too.
Thanks everybody. This video was made in 2005 by the Wisconsin Foundation for the Arts. In 2005 I was the artist commissioned to make awards that were given as part of the “Governor’s Awards in Support of the Arts”, “…recognizing extraordinary contributions to the vitality of the arts in local communities or statewide”.
There was a television show, broadcast on public television in Wisconsin, which had segments on the award recipients, and the commissioned artist. They did a very nice job with this video, and the person who put it together gave me permission to post it on the internet.
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