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March/April 2009 **PRINT**

March/April 2009 **PRINT**
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Glass Art March/April 2009 issue

From Eyesore to Inspiration: A Major Work of Art Comes to Light for Glass Artist Gordon Wright
by Lori Mason
Electrical lines and power stations cover our landscape, and few of us give them a second glance except to think of them as an eyesore. But Gordon Wright’s vision of transforming common electrical shapes into a major work of art won him his largest corporate commission to date.

Glassblowers Barry Lafler and Doni Hatz Demonstrate Litton Engineering’s Art Lathe at Upcoming Glass Craft and Bead Expo
by Shawn Waggoner
Scientific glassblowers Barry Lafler and Doni Hatz will show attendees how Litton Engineering's new and improved art lathe can be used in the creation of exciting flameworked sculpture at the 2009 Glass Craft & Bead Expo, April 1 – 5, 2009, at the South Point Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Casting Article: Part XII
Making Larger Work with Multiple Part Molds
by Milon Townsend
Making Larger Work with Multiple Part Molds
Instead of buying or building large, costly equipment, you may be able to cast large work by creating a mold that can be handled in several parts. This mold can be reassembled in the kiln, filled with glass and fired as one large piece. Milon Townsend demonstrates.

The Most Important Search Engine Tips for every Artist
by Ann Sanborn
A Web site should be an effective spider feeding tool, providing optimal structure and content to feed the search engines. Ann Sanborn reveals the most important search engine tips.

Killing the Kiln Myths: How to Purchase a Used Glass Kiln
by John S. Hohenshelt
John Hohenshelt, president of Paragon Industries, reveals that the quality of a used kiln, like many other pieces of equipment, varies widely and is related to its age, condition and replacement cost of a new one.

Green Glass Part I: Glass Alchemy
by Shawn Waggoner
With this opening article, “Glass Art” magazine launches its ongoing series featuring companies, studios and individual artists making an effort to reduce their impact on the environment. Glass Alchemy, Ltd., Portland, Oregon, dedicated since its inception to sustainability, seemed the perfect choice to begin the series, “Green Glass.”

The Making of “Turbana”
by Raphael Schnepf
“Turbana” is the culmination of several recent developments in Raphael Schnepf’s glasswork. The artist demonstrates his process, using both Fusion FX® 90 and System 96®.

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