On page 37 of the same magazine, a photograph of Edwin D. Walter is presented along with the following text. Edward Walter started experimenting with glass sagging and lamination in 1951.The first few attempts were enough to convince him that this was a craft that was going to receive a great deal of additional attention from him. He has been working with it ever since. Ed holds a masters degree in art and is dedicated to teaching. His initial work in glass was done while he was assistant professor of art at Oklahoma City University.
As he became more familiar with this new medium he included the subject in his advanced ceramic courses. In the fall of 1956 he took a teaching post at Florida State University, Tallahassee, where he is currently teaching ceramics and furthering his work in glass. He has had a number of exhibitions; his most extensive, entitled Glass and Man is currently being shown at the University Museum.
5, 2001 at his home in Troy, Alabama. (The following additional information about Edwin Walter was taken from his obituary). Birth: May 18, 1918; Columbia; Boone County; Missouri, USA; Death: Feb. 5, 2001; Troy; Pike County; Alabama, USA; Columbia (MO) Daily Tribune, Feb.
16, 2001 - in part:; Edwin D. Walter, 82, of Troy, AL, died Mon. 5, 2001, at his home. Walter was born in 1918 in Columbia to Russell and Verne Walter. He married Millie Smith on Dec.
4, 1943, in Columbia, and she survives. He graduated from Hickman High School in 1936 and received a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He served in the Air Force during World War II as a pilot and remained active in the 8th Air Force Historical Society, 486 Bomb Group Association and was commander of the Central Alabama Wing.
He taught English and art at Hickman High School for two years and later became a professor of art at MU. He also taught at Oklahoma City University and Florida State University.
He was an art professor at Troy State University for 39 years. Walter, an associate professor of art, emeritus, continued to work as a glass artist after his retirement. He was a member of the Troy Kiwanis Club, Troy Music Club and First United Methodist Church of Troy, where he sang in the choir. Survivors also include two daughters, Linda Walter of Troy and Carolyn Walter of Eureka Springs, Ark. A son, David Walter of Troy; two brothers, Dan Walter of...
Illinois and Fred Walter of... California; a sister-in-law, Vel Walter of Columbia; and a granddaughter....Burial: Green Hills Memorial Cemetery; Troy; Pike County; Alabama, USA. LASTLY, SHOULD THE WORD "EAMES" BE USED IN THE SEARCH TITLE, IT IS THERE FOR THE PURPOSE OF REFERENCING THE MID-CENTURY TIME PERIOD OF THE 1940S THROUGH THE 1970S. 14 THIS ITEM IS BEING OFFERED BY DESIGN REFERENCES -- ESTABLISHED BY A FORMER ART MUSEUM CURATOR TURNED BOOKSELLER SPECIALIZING in OUT-OF-PRINT and PERIOD MATERIALS on the PROGRESSIVE IDEAS of MODERNISM and POST-MODERNISM in DECORATIVE ARTS and ARCHITECTURE, INDUSTRIAL and STUDIO ARTS of the 19TH & 20TH CENTURIES. 15 PLEASE -- NO REQUESTS FOR PHOTOCOPIES OF THIS ITEM. I DO NOT MAKE PHOTOCOPIES UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
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