VErne Orlosk Fused Glass

“All That Glass”
January 17th – February 28, 2018

Amherst Library

Amherst Library
14 Main Street
Amherst, NH 03031



The Friends of the Amherst Town Library are excited to present “All That Glass” as part of the 2018 Professional Artists Series featuring the colorful artwork of New Hampshire glass artists Mark and Kathleen Frank, Susanna Ries, Greg Gorman, Verne Orlosk, and Jordana Korsen.  January 17 – February 28, 2018 the Amherst Town Library will be bright and colorful with stain glass, fuse glass and blown glass.  The public is invited to the Artists’ reception on Sunday, January 21 from 2-4 p.m.  For more details or questions contact Christine Farris.

Verne Orlosk presenter:

Fusion of Art and Glass
March 23rd & 30th
at: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College
GSC - Verne Orlosk


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Recto-Verso Shells : New England Series

Seashells Recto-Versa Progress

This is the beginning of a series of ‘Recto-Verso’ Shells. ‘Recto-Verso’ is a term that refers to text written on the front and back sides of a leaf of paper. This series has been fired so that both sides of the fused glass piece exhibit the natural beauty in shells.

The New England Series replicates the subtlety in color change and muted tones from our local shores. I also have in mind the fit and feel of them as they sit perfectly in your hand. They function well as small dishes.

This NEW work can be purchased in Verne’s Studio gallery or at other locations listed on the Gallery page.
Recto-Versa Seashells1

  • Verne Orlosk shares her unique understanding of fused glass and passion for the process, creating ethereal and colorful fused glass works.–Alexandra Pecci, Art New England - Contemporary Art and Culture

  • Verne's intricate work (layers and layers) in fused glass is museum quality, highly sought after and distinctive.–Lisa Brown, New Hampshire Magazine