Creative Glass

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Markow & Norris Creative Glass Book

“Markow & Norris are internationally known for their tightly woven and vividly colorful sculpture. Conceived with a marriage of science, art, and alchemy, each deceptively organic form requires extensive planning and flawless execution.”

Creative Glass (hardcover), First Print July 2010

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Fox 5 Morning News

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Markow & Norris present their first hometown solo exhibition in the gallery that launched their career. Fox 5’s Holly Morris visits Weisser Studio & Gallery to try her hand at creating woven glass sculpture.
Air Date: Nov 10, 2009

Markow & Norris Celebrated at Home

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Solo Exhibit “Woven Glass” at Weisser Gallery Nov. 15 – Dec. 13

Washington, DC. July 2009 – The heightened anticipation is over. Eric Markow and Thom Norris have been exhibiting and sharing their coveted woven glass sculptures around the country and are now back presenting never before seen pieces in their solo exhibition at the glass art studio that launched their career. Markow & Norris are proud to be exhibiting in Kensington, Maryland at Weisser Gallery, the studio and gallery space where they began working with warm glass before inventing their alluring and captivating woven glass technique. Running November 15 thru December 13, the exhibit will be showcasing highlights of their 5 year history since first debuting their woven glass sculptures in the fall of 2004. Read More

Synavista Entertainment Network

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The Artistic Type is a video program developed by SynaVista. “Our goal is to promote the rich and diverse talents of the artists who live and work in the communities we serve.” The SynaVista digital signage network can be seen in multiple counties of Virginia and Maryland.
Air Date: May 2009

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“From their Falls Church, Virginia studio, Markow and Norris shared their experimental experiences with The Scientist, and shined some light on their ability to marry scientific and artistic sensibilities in creating their woven glass pieces.”

April 2009

CBS Sunday Morning

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Artists Eric Markow and Thom Norris create seemingly impossible shapes out of hand-woven glass. Correspondent Serena Altschul visited their Virginia studio for a look at their intricate creations.
Air Date: Jan 25, 2009 – Re-aired Aug 9,2009