The January/February 2021 issue of Glass Art® is filled with stories of outstanding art from around the world. In this issue you’ll find realistic depictions of extraordinary sea life by accomplished flameworking artist Mauro Vianello. You’ll also discover intriguing work by Japanese murrine bead master Toshiki Uchida, who captures miniature scenes inside skillfully crafted tiers of glass. Melissa Ayotte shares how the power of the flame transforms common glass into something special, as seen in her paperweights that are filled with multiple realistic flowers. South African stained glass artist Anika van der Merwe reveals how she uses her glass painting skills to design, execute, and restore large art glass domes. A look at the principles behind multilevel firings for glass art by Dennis Brady, how the Contemporary Glass Society is finding new ways to support glass artists, reasons why form will always follow function from Milon Townsend, and the philanthropic efforts by Delta Gamma alumnae in Arizona to create glass tiles for a playground installation to help the visually impaired at the Foundation for Blind Children round out this marvelous issue.