Glass: An inviting, paradoxical medium both in its hot-molten-becoming state and its cooled final form. No art makes a greater demand on the discerning eye than that of a glassblower, and few offer richer rewards for the attention given.... Josh Simpson is a prime example of an artist who chooses to confront this demanding, paradoxical medium with his own vitality, passion, intellect and skill.
— Michael W. Monroe, Former Director of The Renwick National Museum of American Art | From the publication - Josh Simpson, Glass Artist by Andrew Chaikin

The first recording of Josh Simpson in 1973. Outtakes from a news piece on Josh (long hair and all) as he makes a clear goblet.