Glass Art September/October 2005 issue
Current Works by Peter McGrain: Vitri-Fusáille Offers Freedom of Design, More Intense Color
by Shawn Waggoner
Three years ago, Peter McGrain began experimenting with a new process called Vitri-Fusáille. It’s a hybrid technique that combines simple flat glass fusing with traditional glass painting. Vitri-Fusáille allows McGrain to create autonomous panels which incorporate his signature elaborate and narrative content with more intense color and less lead-line interference.
Brainstorming in Glass
by Jörg M. Unger
Visit Thuringian flameworker Christian Sachs in his workshop in Masserberg, Germany – a place that lies on the crest of the Thuringian Forest, almost in the geographic center of Germany.
Glass Art Society’s 35th Annual Conference
Glass Art Society’s 35th Annual Conference, “Matters of Substance,” was held in Adelaide, Australia, May 7 through 9, 2005, and was hosted by the Australian glass art organization, Ausglass.
Promoting the Future of Custom Art Glass
What Can Industry Suppliers and Artists Contribute?
by Ann Sanborn
Promoting the Future of Custom Art Glass What Can Industry Suppliers and Artists Contribute? Ann Sanborn discusses ways to insure custom art glass is valued and appreciated, not replaced with copied, mass-produced or cheap reproductions.
2005-2006 Directory to Industry Supplies
This comprehensive Directory is a valuable resource that can help you operate your business.
Coldworking Glass: Part IX Using Hxtal Glass Epoxy Adhesive
by Milon Townsend
Milon Townsend demonstrates how to use Hxtal epoxy adhesive for joining several pieces of glass. Properly cured, Hxtal can be cut, ground and polished as though it were part of the glass.
Pat Frantz Answers Frequently Asked Beadmaking Questions
by Pat Frantz
Pat Frantz answers the question: “Why did this happen to my bead?”
Ropin’ in Business
by Butch Young
Butch Young reveals the possibilities available to you by establishing a relationship with a glass shop.
Harvest of Glass Pumpkins at Cohn-Stone Farm
by Laura Rosen
Molly Stone and Michael Cohn will open their “Glass Pumpkin Garden” exhibition in a most unusual event.