Glass Art September/October 1995 issue
Working With Flashed Glass: Part III
Peter McGrain discusses basic techniques for sandblasting flashed glass. The materials you choose and the control of techniques you wield will make all the difference in the imagery you achieve.
The Flame Grew Brighter: A Lampworking Overview
Following an introduction written by Shane Fero and Robert Mickelsen, a sampling of this country's finest flameworking artists is presented.
When should a panel be releaded? Arthur Femenella identifies the parameters to consider when making this most basic restoration decision.
SOURCE '95: Seattle One of Top Three Best Shows for AGSA
More than 1,500 art glass professionals attended Source '95, the fifth annual for-the-trade-only International Art Glass Suppliers Trade Show, held in Seattle, WA.
Using Craft Shows and Gift Fairs: Part II
In Part I, we showed you how to find quality fairs for your specific type of work. In Part II, you'll hear from the artists -- which shows do they attend; how do fairs fit into their overall marketing strategy?
1994-95 Directory to Industry Supplies
This comprehensive directory should be the source for everything you need to operate your business.
Ten Ways to Customer-Sensitize Your Company
Why do your customers patronize your business instead of the competition? And how can you keep them from jumping ship? E. Leil Lowndes gives you the answers.
Deanna Lee Birkholm provides information on producing and using high-quality, camera-ready artwork, whether for glass etching masks, a Yellow Pages ad, business cards, etc.
Brian Kerkvliet walks you through the process of creating a core vessel.