Decoding the luster of life

Jerusalemite Mindy Weisel crosses over from the world of painting to glassworks, with an exhibition at the Eretz Israel Museum.

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July 26, 2014 09:16
Glass

Pieces from the Parallel Tracks series.. (photo credit: JOHN WOO)

 
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About 50 years before Jesus was born in Bethlehem, another revolution in the Middle East dramatically changed the lives of most everyone on earth: Craftsmen (possibly Jewish) discovered the expansionist quality of glass.

This technological breakthrough enabled artisans to blow glass, thus democratizing its use throughout the world.

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