Glass Art September/October 2007 issue
Glass Flowers of Harvard to Bloom at the Corning Museum of Glass
From May 18 to November 25, 2007, The Corning Museum of Glass brings to bear its unique curatorial, conservation and glassmaking capabilities to illuminate more fully than ever before the story of the crystalline botanical specimens known as the Glass Flowers of Harvard.
Staying in Touch with Your Customers
by Ann Sanborn
Let your customers know how much you value them and their business through regular communication. Ann Sanborn provides tips for achieving this contact via e-mail newsletters.
Casting Article: Part III
by Milon Townsend
Milon Townsend illustrates methods he uses to achieve successful lost wax castings.
2007 - 2008 Directory to Industry Supplies
The Friendship that Fuled the Flame:
Glass by Sally Prasch
by Paul Engle
Sally Prasch's odyssey with glass began at age 13, under the tutelage of University of Nebraska scientific glassblower and artist, Lloyd Moore. Prasch, who is known for her positive "can do" attitude in tackling any project of any size or complexity, attributes much of her gusto to what she learned from Moore.
A Jewel of a Paddle
by Butch Young
Butch Young introduces us to the blasted paddles of Jewels Durham. Intrigued by Native American art, Durham learned about the Journey, an annual trip via canoe by various American Indian tribes, and she began creating a series of cast and blasted glass paddles to commemorate the event.
Carlislie School of Glass Art
First Annual Flame-Off
by Debbie Tarsitano
The first annual Carlisle School of Glass Art Flame-Off took place July 23, 2007, in Buena, New Jersey. Debbie Tarsitano reports on this new event.