Glass Art March/April 1995 issue
Extending the Leadline Aesthetic with Vitreous Paints
Peter McGrain discusses the finer points of painting on glass which can be used when an image cannot be entirely captured with cut glass shapes and basic lead work.
The Stained Glass Ballparks of Terry McGee
Texas artist Terry McGee uses the wide variety of architectural forms found in classic ballparks as a central theme for artistic expression.
Richard Royal's sculpture is born of compromise between two forces -- the spontaneous movement of molten glass and his own aesthetic concepts.
Build Your Business Through Networking
The success of your business depends in part upon the connections you make. Loretta Radeschi provides tips for networking in the stained glass industry.
Brian Kerkvliet evaluates bead kilns and reviews the finer points of annealing.
Fire on the Mountain
Celebrating 25 years of annual conferences, the Glass Art Society is returning to its place of origin when it holds its 1995 conference May 11 - 14 in Asheville and Penland, North Carolina.
Dan Fenton and Kathy Bradford reveal the secrets of shading, including how to shade flashed glass.
Kay Bain Weiner sculpts molten solder, shapes sheet copper, and casts a handmade mold in the creation of her glass jewelry.