Glass Art July/August 2005 issue
Iceland 2005: International Conference on Architectural Glass Art
by Janet Collins
International Conference on Architectural Glass Art, April 5 – 7, 2005, at the Kopavogur Art Museum.
“I See You're a Bit Nervous”: Silvia Levenson’s Glass Art.
by Shawn Waggoner
In this conversation with Glass Art Magazine, Silvia Levenson discusses the evolution of her work from fusing to casting, her casting process and the challenges and rewards of making such personal work.
Christmas in July?
Now’s the Time to Prepare Your Internet Commerce for Holiday Shoppers
by Ann Sanborn
If you want successful holiday Internet sales, Ann Sanborn recommends you start preparing four to six months prior to Christmas. Start preparing your website and shopping cart now, and it can pay off in bigger profits before year end.
Glass Art Magazine Launches Beadmaking Column
by Patricia Frantz
Introducing guest instructor/Author Patricia Frantz.
Coldworking Glass: Part VIII Making Photo Resist Stencils
by Milon Townsend
One effective way to incorporate highly detailed images into glass artwork is to use a photo resist as a stencil for blasting or etching patterns in clear or coated glass. In this article Milon Townsend demonstrates the “dry system.”
Using Ceramic Molds for Glass Casting
by Lawrence Jacobsen
Using Ceramic Molds for Glass Casting. Recently, a new line of ready-to-use, reusable and refirable glass casting molds has been introduced. They are composed of a specialized ceramic material that is durable and doesn’t lose shape during firings. Lawrence Jacobsen reports.
Good Newts From Canada
by Butch Young
Butch Young continues her series of articles on framing finished blasted works.
An Exhibition of Works by Members of The British Society of Master Glass Painters
By Helen Robinson, Adelle Corrin and Douglas Hogg
The panels presented in this article are some of those exhibited from July 23 to November 22, 2004 in “30cm2 - An Exhibition by the British Society of Master Glass Painters,” held at The Cochrane Theatre Gallery, Southampton Row, London.