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June 11, 2018

Marble Kaleidoscopes: Fantastic Views for Your Favorite Marbles, Glass Patterns Quarterly Summer Issue 2018

Marble Kaleidoscopes
Fantastic Views for Your Favorite Marbles

Design, Fabrication, and Text by Allison Borgschulte
Marble by Brett Young and Larry Zengel of Hot House Glass
Instructions for making marble display kaleidoscopes in a fused or stained glass version. A formula for figuring the interior size for each version and instructions for creating the mirror system and assembling are given. A firing schedule and copper foil instructions are also provided. Fluxed and soldered wire is used to create the marble holder.

July 10, 2017

Lance's Journal, Allison's Kaleidoscopes, July 10, 2017

Lance's Journal, Allison's Kaleidoscopes is a news story by Lance Schwartz on the 1011 News, Lincoln NE.  

June 16, 2017

The Flow: Marble and Paperweight Issue

The Flow Magazine is a glass journal for the flameworking community.  In this issue, Allison Borgschulte's marble kaleidoscopes were featured in the gallery section, page 6.  In addition, an article about "Marble Crazy", an annual Contemporary Marble Art show a the Moon Marble Company was featured on pages 22 and 23.  The article was written by Sara Sally LaGrand and photography by Allison Borgschulte.

March 05, 2017

Reflections in glass: Lincoln kaleidoscope artist transforms marbles into mesmerizing art

Reflections in glass: Lincoln kaleidoscope artist transforms marbles into mesmerizing art by Erin Anderson, Lincoln Journal Star

October 21, 2016

Marbles to Scopes

Marbles to Scopes by Bob Coleberd in the Brewster Kaleidoscope Society News Scope: a newsletter for designers, collectors, and lovers of kaleidoscopes Vol. 31 No. 4 Fall 2016 (page 5).  The article talks about the Moon Marble Company and the concept of utilizing marbles for kaleidoscopes.  It features Allison Borgschulte's approach to kaleidoscope making and photos of her work.

October 17, 2015

Materialities: Contemporary Textile Arts, Surface Design Association Members' Juried Catalog 2015

Allison's woven painting, "Reflections on Surface Tension" and her artist statement were chosen to be published in the Surface Design Association Members' Juried Catalog 2015 in conjunction with the SDA's Made /Aware conference at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.

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