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July/August 1995 **PRINT**

July/August 1995 **PRINT**
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Glass Art July/August 1995 issue

Working with Flashed Glass
Peter McGrain provides tips for selecting appropriate sandblasting equipment and properly setting up your studio.

Jane Crawford's Signature Lamps
While scrap glass is every glass crafter's nightmare, Jane Crawford of Stained Glassworks, Inc. in Columbus, Missouri, utilizes her leftovers to create individual masterpieces.

Provoking Thought and Challenging Tradition
David and Michelle Plachte-Zuieback are glass artists whose works are created to educate and inspire. Based in Northern California, this husband and wife team have been working as professional stained glass artists since 1978.

Using Craft Fairs and Gift Shows
In talking with glass artists, it is clear that marketing and selling work continues to be difficult for most. This article presents information on using craft fairs and gift shows.

Sandblasting: Dealing With Interwoven Elements
This excerpt from Glass Etching II: Carving Techniques and Designs by Debra Felberg Oxley and Norm Dobbins reveals the secrets to achieving interwoven elements.

The Glass Art Society Conference held in May reflected a great enthusiasm for flameworking and beads. Brian Kerkvliet reviews.

Glory Holes and Fire Buckets
Gil Reynolds gives a brief overview of the glory hole and how it is used in his studio.

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