Carder Steuben Gazelle Lighting Grill

Carder Steuben Club Site Menu

 Home

 Shape Gallery

    · Recent Additions

    · All Etchings

    · All Cuttings

 Gazelle Gazette

 Membership

 Symposium

    · Photos

    · '19 Program

    · '19 Catalog

    · Corning Info

 Advertising

 Colors

 Contributors

 Etched Patterns

 Intarsia

 News and Events

 Post Carder Era

 Shapes

 Signatures

 Stoppers

 Undocumented

 Vetting

 Website Use




  Encouraging and promoting the collecting and enjoyment   
of the glass of Frederick Carder   


About Frederick Carder  |  About Carder Steuben Glass  |  About the Club  |  Contact Us     

Gazelle Gazette

The "Gazelle Gazette" is a Carder Steuben Club Newsletter that is initially delivered as an email and is maintained by Alan Shovers. This section provides an archive of the Gazelle Gazette Newsletter postings. If you would like to submit a Newsletter posting or have your email address added to Alan's address list, please email it to Alan Shovers.


Search Gazelle Gazette issues by key word:  
Carder Steuben Bowl - 6270




My Favorite Piece

Posting Number 3462   Date: 10/16/20     Return to Posting List

Hello Alan

I thought I would share this photo of a piece from my collection. Centerpiece bowl # 2929 in Celeste Blue.

Regards

Doug Cutter

Take Aways From Zoom Meeting

It was great to see the Carder Steuben Glass Club members Zooming in on Tom Felts talk on the Steuben Collection at the Museum of American glass in West Virginia, in the Westchester Glass Club Zoom today!

I think the The Carder Steuben club should begin zooming because we are all fascinated about the artistry and living history of glass, and there is so much to learn and appreciate.

You could line up some wonderful speakers and zoom with a Pro-Zoom account.... its only $14/month, and can be used for up to 100 participants ( you can expand this later) for unlimited time,

To date, The Cape Cod Glass Club, the Founders Club, the North Jersey Depression Glass Club and of course the Westchester Glass Club are all Zooming their monthly meetings. Attendance has increased as more members become familiar with the technology.

Together, we will be inviting all of NAGC glass clubs and members to watch and enjoy and learn more about glass. Learning about glass is a lifelong process!

And to bring in new members is an absolute must if we are to continue for future generations!

Best,

James Russell

President,

Westchester Glass Club

Hi Jim,

I wanted to thank you for inviting the Carder Steuben Club members to the Zoom call earlier this week.

I saw a handful of members on the call, so thank you for that.

And Tom Felt was full of information of course - what a lovely museum he has there - chocked full of wonderful glass.

And the Massman collection is right up front!

Thanks again for including us. You have given me inspiration to try a Zoom meeting with the Carder Steuben Club.

How hard can it be?

All the best,

Bonnie Salzman, President, Carder Steuben Club


Images:
Click to view image one: 2929.jpeg
Click to view image two: Zoom Meeting.jpeg

Return to Posting List



About Frederick Carder  |  About Carder Steuben Glass  |  About the Carder Steuben Club  |  Contact Us

Carder Steuben Shape Gallery  |  Gazelle Gazette  |  Membership  |  Terms and Conditions of Use
©2021 Carder Steuben Club Inc. | Find our mailing address in the Contact Us section.  | info@cardersteubenclub.org  |  Site by SDI WebLink