Mikula Glass featured in an art book!
GLASS ART: 112 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Authors, Barbara Purchia & E. Ashley Rooney
"More than 590 brilliantly detailed photos capture the work of 112 glass artists and show the tremendous diversity, depth, and breadth of how this ancient medium is used in the twenty-first century. New and emerging glass artists are featured together with some well-known experts, and all of them challenge the boundaries of familiar techniques. Many of these artists also teach or continue research into the capabilities of glass. Many have won major awards; still others have been the subject of media attention; and many are mentors and leaders of contemporary glass art. Their towering installations, minuscule insects, glass kimonos, and more will inspire everyone interested in appreciating, working with, or collecting glass."
Available for purchase HERE
ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS
October 11, 2018 Freshwater What’s old is new again: Clevelanders are embracing time-honored trades
July 10, 2013 The Centre County Gazette The Art Of Preparation
In advance of the Central Pennsylvania Festival Of The Arts, Michael is interviewed regarding just what it takes to prepare for a large outdoor festival.
April 4, 2013 Washington Post “20 can't miss events of spring in Washington”
An image of Michael's work is chosen to represent the Smithsonian Craft Show in a Washington Post feature. (photo by Dan Fox/Lumina)
June 6, 2012 Kalamazoo Gazette
Mikula glass awarded First Place award at 2012 The Kalamazoo Institute Od Art Summer Art Fair.
2010 Arts Cleveland http://vimeo.com/21115461
View Michael's brief followup interview as a recipient of a Creative Workforce Fellowship Grant.
April 23, 2010 Pecha Kucha Night Cleveland #7, Michael Mikula, Presenter "31 Tons Of Art"
Pecha Kucha is a public forum for presenting new ideas about everything, really, from the city’s most interesting people. All presentations are 400 seconds long using 20 images projected for 20 seconds each.
June 02, 2009 The Cleveland Plain Dealer “Michael Mikula is one of 20 Cuyahoga County, Ohio based artists to be awarded a $20,000 Creative Workforce Fellowship Grant by the Cleveland Community Partnership for Arts and Culture".
April 2009 Grandeur Magazine “The Color Pages” Southwest Florida Interior Design