Thank you, Damon Crain, for inviting me to the incredible event of your new book’s signing last night. The book, entitled “Big Color, Mid-20th Century Architectural Scale Art Glass,” tells the story of enormous and colorful glass pieces, produced by the Blenko Glass Company (founded as Eureka Art Glass Company), which was created in West Virginia by Londoner William Blenko in 1921. Its enormous colorful glass pieces came to play a role in interiors and architecture in mid-century America. Damon, who is a leading expert on mid-century American glass, has included not only fantastic examples of actual pieces, but also vintage photographs, catalogues, and photos of mid-century interiors where these colorful blown pieces were included. One of them is the House in the Museum Garden, which Marcel Breuer designed for MoMA in 1949. Love the book.