Personal Development Creativity Form Follows Function

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by Milon Townsend

Some forms found in artwork have obvious functional requirements, such as a bowl that holds liquid without tipping over, paperweights that have a flat bottom, or marbles that can’t have one. However, there are also other very important functions artists need to consider that are not always quite as obvious, including things such as the way sales, shipping, assembly, and profit enter into the success of an artist’s studio.

This article was originally published on page 14 of the November/December 2020 issue of Glass Art®.




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