Glass Art March/April 2007 issue
Chicago in Glass: How Norm and Ruth Dobbins
Helped Judy Chicago Achieve New Designs in Glass
by Shawn Waggoner
It's not every day in the life of a professional sandblaster that a world renowned artist invites you to help make works of art. So when acclaimed artist Judy Chicago asked Norm and Ruth Dobbins to collaborate with her in the creation of a whole new body of work, they seized the opportunity to help bring Chicago's visions alive in glass.
How to Obtain that Elusive Domain Name
Part II: Backordering
by Ann Sanborn
Ann Sanborn provides the information you need to know to secure the domain name you've always wanted.
International Flameworking Conference set for March 16-18
Guided by the theme "Thinking Beyond the Torch - Romancing Excellence," Salem Community College welcomes Loren Stump and other noted artists to the 2007 International Flameworking Conference.
Borosilicate Glass and the Soft Glass Artist
by Patricia Frantz
Patricia Frantz started lampworking with borosilicate glass before she discovered that the same torch used to work borosilicate glass could be used successfully to make things out of soft glass.
New Heights for Hite
by Butch Young
None of us would be exactly where we are at this point in time, had we not experienced everything that led us to this moment. With those words of cryptic wisdom, Butch Young explores the work of student Curtis Hite.
Kiln Corner: Choosing the Right Kiln for Bead Annealing, Fusing, Slumping and Casting
The growth in hot and warm glass art has made choosing what type, style, features and size of glass kiln that would be right for the glass artist challenging. Marty Daily provides glass artists with the tools to enable them to make informed and knowledgeable decisions in selecting the right kiln.