Answered By: Regan Brumagen Last Updated: Jul 19, 2016 Views: 398
I'm including below a list of publications about Drew Smith. You may request these through interlibrary loan at your local library. With a request from your local library, we will be happy to provide photocopies of the articles at no charge. (Your library may assess a charge, however.)
I hope this will help you in your research on Smith.
Backer, Noelle. “Till Death Do Us Craft.” The Crafts Report. v. 24, no. 263, March 1998, pp. 24-27. Includes glass artists Drew and Kirsi Smith.
“Commissions: Drew Smith.” American Craft. v. 53, no. 1, Feb./March 1993, p. 23. Notes: Sculpture for city of Columbus, OH.
Humphrey, Audrey. “Drew Smith: A Smashing Success in Glass.” Glass Review (California),
v. 9, no. 3, March 1979, pp. 20-25. Akron glassmaker.
Pagano, Penny. “A Chihuly Lights the Way.” AmericanStyle. v. 7, no. 1, Fall 2000, pp. 72-81.
Notes: The art collection of Bonnie and Gil Schwartz includes works by Dale Chihuly, Drew and Kirsi Smith, Richard Jolley, and Dante Marioni.
“Show Highlights Innovation in Glass Furniture.” Glass Digest. v. 78, no. 7, July 15, 1999, pp. 56-58+. Notes: Includes works by Ron Arad, Lourens Fisher, and Drew and Kirsi Smith.
Smith, Drew. “Ohio Glass Artists.” The Glass Art Society Journal. 1993, pp. 109-110.
Smith, Drew, Glasshouse. Glass works from the Drew Smith collection. Logan, OH : Drew Smith Glasshouse, 1982. Notes: Preliminary leaves give resume update to 1982. Ware includes sculpture and art objects, tableware, lamps.
- I met Drew as a student at Columbus College of Art & Design in 1984. He was the instructor. I moved to St. Petersburg Fl. in 2011 and was amazed to find out that Drew had at one time moved to Tampa and was well known in the area. I also learned that Drew had past on. He will be sorely missed.